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Dickinson
Emily
strains
defeated
Victory
nectar
comprehend
succeed
sweetest
success

MY LIFE CLOSED TWICE BEFORE ITS CLOSE Wordsearch by Ally and Patricia

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Description

iambic
lyric poem
repitition
alliteration
exact rhyme
amherst academy
immortality
emily dickinson
hell
heaven
twice
close

Success & Failure Word Search

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Description

Win
Victory
Unfulfillment
Successfulness
Sorrow
Sadness
Sinking Ship
Reward
Realization
Progress
Misstep
misfortune
Loss
Increase
Improvement
Gain
Forefeit
Failure
Failing
Defeat
Decline
Downfall
Breakdown
Blessings
Attainment
Achievement
Accomplishments

The Battle of the Alamo Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

defeat
surrender
siege
Susanna Dickinson
James Fannin
James Bonham
James Bowie
Davy Crockett
William Travis
Santa Anna
Laredo
San Antonio

Inspiration Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Motivate
Positivity
Talent
Inspire
Success
Happiness
Passion
Ability
Hard-work
Love
Life
Imagination
Victory
Dreams
Achieve

Emily Dickinson Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amherst
Bird
Book of Revelation
Emily Dickinson
Friend
Heartbroken
Imagination
Nature
Poem
Reverend Charles Wadsworth
Romantic Period
Walt Whitman

American Literature Word Search

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Description

Allusion
Analogy
American Revolution
The Gift Outright
Emily Dickinson
Mending Wall
Irony
Theme
Tone
Metaphor
Thomas Paine
Common Sense
Mark Twain
Civil Rights
MlK
Robert Frost

War of 1812 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

conflict fought between the United States and Great Britain over British violations of U.S. maritime rights. It ended with the exchange of ratification of the Treaty of Ghent. War of 1812
an act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving. Blockade
an act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle. Victory
called for war against England and eyed Canada as a possible target of expansion. War Hawks
best remembered for surrendering Fort Detroit to the British on August 16, 1812 following the Siege of Detroit. General William Hull
British General that led the Canadians. Isaac Brooks
The British battered Oliver Hazard Perry's own ship and left is helpless. BattleOfLakeErie
Withdraw from enemy forces as a result of their superior power or after a defeat. Retreat
The ninth President of the U.S. William Henry Harrison
A Tennessee officer who took control of the American Troops in the Creek War. Andrew Jackson
Defeated France in 1814. Britain
Defeated by Britain and its army in 1814. France
an engagement fought between January 8 and January 18, 1815, constituting the final major battle of the War of 1812, and the most one-sided battle of that war. BattleOfNewOrleans
a sustained fight between large, organized armed forces. Battle
a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state. War
a Native American leader of the Shawnee and a large tribal confederacy which opposed the United States during Tecumseh's War and became an ally of Britain in the War of 1812. Tecumseh
Tecumseh's brother. TheProphet
a tribe led by Tecumseh. The Shawnee Tribe
an instance of defeating or being defeated. Defeat

Habit 4: Think Win-Win Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Refers to an attitude where you set low expectations of yourself Lose-Win
A situation that is bad for everyone who is involved Lose-Lose
A belief that everyone can win Win-Win
Having plenty of something Abundant
Striving to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over others Competing
Are personal and relate to you as an individual Private Victory
They are two habits that , like ___________, can slowly eat you away Tumors
Of an equal or similar nature Comparing
Baby Steps: A tentative act or measure that is the first stage in a long, _________________ process Challenging
To break a habit that isn't good for you Breaking the Habit

Communication skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to stay busy active
A person who advises counselor
pledge to do something commitment
my belief opinion
pay strict attention focus
When two sides are equal balance
A person, place or thing where help is found resource
To accomplish a goal succeed
To join, fasten, unite or bind connect
A strain on the body stress
To join in participate
To use good judgment reasonable

Famous Poets & Poetry Terms Word Search

Type
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Description

Sharon Creech
Rhythm
Dr Seuss
Lewis Carroll
Robert Louis Stevenson
Edward Lear
Roald Dahl
Sonnet
Acrostic
Limerick
White Space
Theme
Alliteration
Couplet
Edgar Allan Poe
Emily Dickinson
Free Verse
Haiku
Hyperbole
Imagery
Langston Hughes
Line
Metaphor
Meter
Mood
Ode
Personification
Quatrain
Repetition
Rhyme Scheme
Robert Frost
Shakespeare
Shel Silverstein
Simile
Speaker
Stanza
Tone