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Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks:       TEST February 8 RETEST Februrary 12

Vocabulary for the 4th 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land


militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 



 


 


 

 

 

 

 



 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality

 

cease-fire agreement - both sides  of an armed conflict agree to stop all aggressive actions, usually having certain conditions

 

international - involving two or more countries; extending across national boundaries

 

famine - a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger

 

militants -  people who are aggressively active in the defense or support of a cause, sometimes taking extreme measures

 

monsoon - a large-scale wind system that seasonally blows in opposite directions and determines the climate of large regions; it brings heavy rainfall in summer and cold dry air in winter

 

typhoid fever - a serious and sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the digestive system caused by ingesting contaminated food or water.  The World Health Organization estimates that globally more than 16 million cases of typhoid fever occur annually, causing 600.000 deaths.



 

census -  an official count of the population of a country usually taken by its national government

 

kingdom - a country, state or people ruled by a king or queen; several monarchies in Southeastern Asia (Cambodia, Malaysia and Thailand) are kingdoms.

 

topography - a detailed study of the physical, natural features of an area of land




 

militia - a group of soldiers who are also civilians but take military training to help in emergencies, or an unauthorized group of people who arm themselves and conduct military-style training and actions

 

infrastructure - the basic systems needed to run a society, such as transportation, communications, water, power, schools, government offices, etc.

 

crude oil -  a liquid found in large quantities below the Earth’s surface also called petroleum, which is refined into gasoline and used to fuel internal-combustion engines


 

Vocabulary for the 4th 6 weeks

 

protected species - plants or animals that are protected by law from being destroyed or killed

 

endangered species - a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that they may soon become extinct, sometimes protected by  law

 

extinct species - a species with no member still living or in existence except in fossils

 

republic - a system of government in which people vote to elect the leader and representatives to exercise power for them

 

Sugarcane -  a plant that is a member of the grass family, which grow in a tall stalk 8-20- feet high and  1-2 inches in diameter.  It is cultivated in many tropical parts of the world and is the main source of refined sugar.

 

immigrate (verb)  -to enter a new country for the purpose of settling there; immigrant (noun); a person who immigrates

 

emigrate - (verb) to leave a place,especially a native country, to go and live elsewhere; emigrant (noun): a person who emigrates

 

contaminated water supply - sources of water that are polluted or poisoned, especially because of contact with harmful substances dumped into rivers or lakes

 

human rights - the rights that are considered by most societies to belong automatically to everyone; for example the rights to freedom, justice and equality