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SIXTH YEAR

FIRST WEEK

1

Five great professions have hitherto existed in every civilized nation. The soldier's profession is to defend it; the pastor's to teach it; the physician's to keep it in health; the lawyer's to enforce justice in it; the merchant's to provide for it. And the duty of all these men is, on due occasion, to die for it.—RUSKIN hith er to civ' i lize

oc ca' sion due pas' tor

pro fes' sion

law' yer

pro vide ex ist'

2 phy si' cian

pro vi' sion jus' tice

de fend'

en force' From dictation, write the quotation from Ruskin in Lesson 1.

3 pos ses' sion

col li'sion ex cur' sion di vi' sion pen' sion mis' sion

pas' sion What similarity do you find in the words of Lessons 3 and 4?

4 ex ten' sion

ex pan' sion se clu' sion per mis' sion

ex plo' sion

ses' sion

ex plode

5. REVIEW Review Lessons 1-4. Write in a column the words ending in sion.

SECOND WEEK

6 Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.-BACON or' na ment

a bil'i ty

skill' ful a' ble stu' di ous

known

pu' pil

Talk over in class the meaning of the sentence in to-day's les

son.

7

gla' cier strait

gey' ser pla teau'

source

cat' a ract
ge og' ra phy

pen in' su la Ant arc' tic

8 hem' i sphere Aus tra' li a

A' si a Af' ri ca

Eu' rope

What does hemi mean?

9 Flor'i da Mis sis sip'pi Della ware Mas sa chu'setts Wy o'ming Louisi an'a Il li nois' Pennsylva'ni a

In writing the names of states in your geography lessons, which have you found hardest to spell?

10. REVIEW

Review Lessons 6-9.

THIRD WEEK

11 The better part of valor is discretion.-SHAKESPEARE dis cre' tion

caution

pru' dence

care' ful

val or

bold' ness

cour' age

12 grat'i tude

faith' ful serv' ice sery' ant

re li' a ble

de vo' tion

at tached'

Write sentences, using the words in this lesson.

13 ex cla ma' tion ex pla na' tion cel e bra' tion ex claim'

ex plain' at ten' tion hes i ta' tion

14 sen sa' tion

dec la ra' tion im ag i na' tion plan ta' tion an nex a' tion de scrip' tion va ca' tion

Make a list of five words ending in tion, besides the words in this week's lessons.

15. REVIEW Review Lessons 11-14.

FOURTH WEEK

16 When watches were first made, they were comparatively large and the hours like clocks. After the striking mechanism was they were reduced in

and were

ornamental than They were set in the heads of canes, in and in rings. size

a ban' doned struck use' ful

con sid' ered brace' lets Which words in this list do you need to study hardest?

Copy the paragraph about watches, filling in the blanks with words from the spelling list.

rath' er

fin' ger

17 mech'a nism

com par' a tive ly ma chin' er y

re duced

en gi neer'

screw

en' gine

18 yacht cruise

buoy wharf

сар
'tain
sail' or

ves' sel

19 ca noe schoon' er

an' chor voy' age

stern
steer

wheel 20. REVIEW Review Lessons 16-19. Write the words in alphabetical order.

FIFTH WEEK

21 Watches and clocks had only one hand, which - the hour.

and second hands were later. Devices have been to counteract the effect of — on the mechanism of timepieces, so that they run in all kinds of in' di cat ed u'ni form ly add' ed min' ute in tro duced' orig'i nal ly weath' er tem' per a ture

Fill the blanks with words from the spelling list. Study especially the words in the first two columns. What is the meaning of uniformly?

22 de vice ef fect'

coun ter act' di' al pen' du lum main' spring

fig' ures Effect, as a noun, means the result produced by some cause. Explain the meaning of effect in the sentence of Lesson 21.

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