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How Much Should People Help Each Other?

Edge Unit 4 Vocabulary
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Mrs. Blanco

on 5 March 2014

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Transcript of How Much Should People Help Each Other?

How Much Should People Help Each Other?
Essential Question:
"Enabling or Disabling?"
"Brother Ray: Ray Charles's Own Story"
"He Was No Bum"
agony-great suffering or pain
avoid-stay away from
consequence-result of an action; effect
dependent-(adj.) to rely on something or someone to help you most of the time.
enable-help make something possible
relationship-how people or things are connected to each other.
rescue-save someone from harm.
responsibility-something a person must do.
advice-a recommendation for how to solve a problem.
communicate-to express ideas to others
condition-physical or mental state of a person or animal.
disabilities-a condition (such as an illness or an injury) that damages or limits a person's physical or mental abilities.
discipline-control that is gained by requiring that rules or orders be obeyed and punishing bad behavior.
hero-a person who is admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities.
outlook-your opinion or point of view.
presence-the fact of being in a particular place : the state of being present.
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