The Albertosaurus Mystery

Journeys Lesson 17

Essential Question

How can you figure out ideas the author doesn't state directly?
The Albertosaurus Mystery

Story Skills: Drawing Conclusions and Visualizing

Drawing conclusions- using text details to figure out ideas that the author does not directly state.


Visualize- as you read, use details to picture what is happening

Drawing Conclusions

Vocabulary

buried- covered up


location- place where something is


remains- what is left


clues- things that help solve a mystery or problem


skeletons- frameworks of bones inside bodies


evidence- facts that lead to a conclusion or help people find out what is true


fossils- very old traces or remains of plants or animals


prove- to show by facts


fierce- very wild and dangerous


uncovering- opening to view