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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |reputation | |Ø (Neutral) |

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|the opinion of someone/something based on what happened in the past |

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|1) What is the word’s part of speech? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|3) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

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|Dally had quite a reputation. They had a file on him down at the police station. |

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|4) In school, the class clown has earned her reputation by____________________________________ |

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|and ____________________________________________________________________________. |

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|5) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |suspicious |adj | |

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|Definition: |

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|feeling that you don’t like or trust something or someone |

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|1) What is the word’s charge (neutral, negative or positive)? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Related words (ex: passionate ( passion) ______________________________________________ |

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|3) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|Johnny always had a nervous, suspicious look in his eyes after the near death beating he got from the Socs. |

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|4) We were suspicious when we saw ____________________________________________________ pulling up to the park. |

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|5) You are suspicious that someone has broken into your locker. What might have prompted this suspicion? |

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|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |aloof |noun |- |

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|Definition: |

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|distant or separated from people or their emotions |

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|1) The girl was aloof at the party because ________________________________________________ |

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|2) What does it mean when the author writes “Socs were always behind a wall of aloofness, careful not to let their real selves show through” (38)? |

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|3) If your teacher told you to stop acting aloof in class, what might you be doing? |

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|4) Antonym (opposite) __________________________ |

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|5) Synonym __________________________ |

|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |rivalry | |Ø |

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|Definition: |

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|competition over a long period of time |

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|1) What is the word’s part of speech? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Related words (ex: passionate ( passion) ______________________________________________ |

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|3) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|The Greasers and the Socs had a long standing rivalry. |

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|4) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|5) What is sibling rivalry? ____________________________________________________________ |

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|6) In the book/movie _______________________________________ there is a rivalry between |

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|______________________________and _____________________________. |

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|7) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |sympathetic |adj |Ø |

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|Definition: |

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|caring and feeling sorry about someone's problems |

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|1) Related words (ex: passionate ( passion) ______________________________________________ |

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|2) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|3) I felt sympathy for my friend when she _______________________________________________ at the school assembly. |

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|4) You just found out your best friend’s puppy died. How might you show your sympathy for that friend? |

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|5) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|Soda’s eyes can be gentle and sympathetic at one moment and blazing with anger the next. |

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|6) Illustrate the word and provide a caption using the word sympathetic or sympathy: |

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|Caption: ___________________________________________________________________________ |

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| |apprehensive |adj |- |

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|Definition: |

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|worried or fearful about the future |

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|1) Personal connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|2) Synonym (similar) ___________________________ |

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|3) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|After Ponyboy saw how drunk Dally was, he became apprehensive. |

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|4) Before my test I felt _________________________ because _______________________________ |

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|5) Describe a time when you felt apprehensive about your future and explain why (if you’ve never felt this way, make it up!) |

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|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. 2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |gallant |adj |+ |

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|Definition: |

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|brave and kind |

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|1) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|2) In the book/movie __________________________ is gallant because _______________________ |

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|3) Who do you think Ponyboy would describe as gallant and why? |

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|4) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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5) Antonym (opposite) __________________________

6) Synonym (similar) ___________________________

7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |indignant | |- |

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|Definition: |

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|angry because you have been insulted or treated badly |

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|1) What is the word’s part of speech? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|“‘You’re starved?’ Johnny was so indignant he nearly squeaked” (80). |

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|3) Mary felt indignant when her brother __________________________________________________ |

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|__________________________________________ and she was punished for it. |

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|4) What event in the novel might make Johnny feel indignant? |

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|5) Antonym (opposite) __________________________ |

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|6) Synonym (similar) ___________________________ |

|7) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |contempt | |- |

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|Definition: |

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|extreme dislike |

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|1) What is the word’s part of speech? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|The Greasers have nothing but contempt for the Socs. |

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|4) His contempt for the opposing team was obvious when he ________________________________ |

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|5) Why do Bob and Randy feel contempt for Johnny and Ponyboy the night of the drive-in movie? |

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6) Antonym (opposite) __________________________

7) Synonym (similar) ___________________________

7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |sullen | |- |

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|angry and silent, especially because you feel life has been unfair to you |

1) What is the word’s part of speech? Fill it in above.

2) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it makes sense).

Ponyboy sat in sullen silence after Johnny cut his hair.

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4) I acted sullen when my parents decided that I could not ___________________________________

__________________________________this weekend.

5) If you were screaming at someone in anger, would you be described as sullen? Explain why or why not.

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6) Antonym? ____________________________________

7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |to mourn, mourning |verb, noun |- |

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|Definition: |

|to mourn (v): to show great sadness because someone has died |

|mourning (n): great sadness because someone has died |

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|1) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|2) John was __________________________the death of his pet ___________________ whom he loved dearly. |

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|3) Who would be mourning Bob? Why? Use complete sentences! |

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|4) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

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|After my shower, I put on some clean clothes and spent five minutes or so hunting for a hint of a beard on my face and mourning over my hair (104). |

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|5) Illustrate the word and provide a caption using the words mourn or mourning: |

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| |resemblance |noun |Ø |

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|Definition: |

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|a similarity between people or things |

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|1) Related words (ex: passionate ( passion) ______________________________________________ |

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|2) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|3) The resemblance between _______________________________ and me is obvious. We both have |

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|4) Describe the resemblance between a panda and a zebra. (use complete sentences) |

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|5) Johnny’s mom is described here: “she was a little woman, with straight black hair and big black eyes like Johnny’s. But that was as far as the |

|resemblance went” (123). What do you think it means when the author writes the bolded sentence? |

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|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. 2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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| |aghast |adj | |

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|Definition: |

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|feeling or looking shocked or amazed by something you have seen or just found out |

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|1) What is the word’s charge (neutral, negative or positive)? Fill it in above. |

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|2) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|3) Antonym (opposite) __________________________ |

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|4) Synonym (similar) ___________________________ |

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|5) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|Darry and Sodapop were aghast when they saw Ponyboy’s new haircut. |

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|6) The teacher was aghast when the students ______________________________________________ |

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|7) Your teacher walks into the classroom with a bright orange Mohawk. Would you feel aghast? Explain why or why not. |

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| |reluctant |adj |- |

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|Definition: |

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|unwilling and slow to do something |

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|1) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|2) Antonym (opposite) __________________________ |

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|3) Synonym (similar) ___________________________ |

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|4) The child was ________________ to pet the dog because of its ________________________ and |

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|_____________________________. |

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|5) What is something that you’re reluctant to do? Why? |

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|6) Why might Ponyboy be reluctant to fight the Socs? |

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|7) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |to conform |verb |Ø |

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|Definition: |

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|to behave in the same way that most people in your group/school/town behave |

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|1) Looking at the above definition, what do you think the word conformity (noun) means? |

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|2) Do you believe people should conform to fit in? Explain why or why not. |

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|3) Julie fought the pressures of conformity when she bought a new _________________________that no one at school had. |

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|4) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) HINT: Think of the short story “The Lottery”… |

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|5) Antonym (opposite) __________________________ |

|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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| |delirious |adj |Ø |

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|Definition: |

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|acting overly excited, anxious, or frantic |

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|1) Describe a situation when someone might be delirious in a negative way? |

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|2) Describe a situation when someone might be delirious in a positive way? |

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|3) I was so happy I felt delirious when I got _____________________________ as a birthday present. |

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|4) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|When Ponyboy was sick after the fight, he was acting delirious and couldn’t remember anything he said. |

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|5) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |idolize |verb | |

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|Definition: |

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|to admire and love someone so much that you think they are perfect |

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|1) Related words (ex: passionate ( passion) ______________________________________________ |

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|2) What is the word’s charge (neutral, negative or positive)? Fill it in above. Why did you choose this charge? |

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|3) Describe someone you idolize. Why do you idolize this person? (If you don’t idolize anybody, make it up!) |

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|4) The celebrity that most people my age ______________ is ___________________________. |

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|5) Is it healthy or harmful to idolize someone? Take a side and explain why you chose it. |

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|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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| |bewildered |adj |- |

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|Definition: |

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|very worried and not sure what to do |

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|1) Synonyms ___________________________ |

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|2) Antonyms__________________________ |

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|3) I was _________________ when Ms. Joseph announced __________________________________ over the loudspeaker. |

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|4) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|I was bewildered. I killed him. I had a switchblade and I was scared they were going to beat him up (165). |

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|5) Why does Ponyboy feel bewildered about Bob’s death? |

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|6) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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| |vague |adj | |

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|Definition: |

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|unclear, not enough detail |

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|1) What is the word’s charge (neutral, negative or positive)? Fill it in above. Why did you choose this? |

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|2) The directions to ____________________ were very ______________ so we got ______________ |

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|3) Explain why the following question is vague: “What happened to him?” |

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|4) Antonym __________________________ 5) Synonym ___________________________ |

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|6) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

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|The picture of Bob in an old yearbook looked vaguely familiar to Ponyboy. |

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|7) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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7th Grade Vocabulary Dictionary

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| |desert |verb |- |

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|Definition: |

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|to leave someone for good |

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|1) In the novel Twilight Bella wants to _______________ her family and become a ______________. |

|2) Is it acceptable for a greaser to desert their gang during a rumble? Explain why or why not. |

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|3) Connections (Does this word remind you of another book, movie or part of your life?) |

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|4) Antonym __________________________ 5) Synonym ___________________________ |

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|6) Using the sentence below, replace the underlined vocabulary word with a synonym. Rewrite the sentence (you can change the order of the words if it |

|makes sense). |

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|Dally had been one of our gang and we wouldn’t desert him. |

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|7) Complete one of the following activities: |

|1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and |

|make people cry. |

|2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word. |

|3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together. |

|4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example. |

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3) Complete one of the following activities:

1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and make people cry.

2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word.

3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together.

4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example.

3) Complete one of the following activities:

1. Write a sentence with the word. (Bad example = The boy was malicious. Good example = The boy was malicious because he liked to spread rumors and make people cry.

2. Draw a picture and provide a caption that shows meaning of the word.

3. Write words you associate with the vocab word and explain why you associate the words together.

4. Write down examples or non-examples of the word and explain why it’s an example or non-example.

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