Across the Wide Dark Sea Vocabulary


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In Across the Wide Dark Sea, the narrator and his family are taking a long trip, or a _____ to a new land.

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1. If you feel like you are exhausted, or so tired you can hardly move, how are you feeling?

2. If the family in the story is searching for a place where they can be free to choose how they show their love and belief in a god, then they are looking for a place where they can do which of the following?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet offer the opportunity to test and review what you know about the vocabulary words in Across the Wide Dark Sea. You'll pick the correct word for the provided definition.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet provide a review of:

  • What the long trip the characters are taking is called
  • Which word is used to explain how tired and exhausted they were
  • The definition of settlement

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you understand the main points from the lesson on the vocabulary in Across the Wide Dark Sea
  • Knowledge application - use what you learned to identify a synonym for ''exhausted''
  • Information recall - remember what a settlement is

Additional Learning

Review a full list of vocabulary in the lesson Across the Wide Dark Sea Vocabulary. This lesson reviews:

  • A short summary of the story
  • A list of vocabulary terms with their meanings
  • Examples of when the words are used in the story