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Emerson
nonconformist
importune
aversion
exhilaration
noun: one who does not follow generally accepted beliefs, cus…
verb: to ask urgently or repeatedly; to annoy or trouble
noun: a strong dislike
noun: a feeling of high spirits or lively joy
nonconformist
noun: one who does not follow generally accepted beliefs, cus…
importune
verb: to ask urgently or repeatedly; to annoy or trouble
15 terms
Emerson
protege (n)
decorum (n)
sanctity (n)
blithe (adj)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
proper behavior
holiness
carefree
protege (n)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
decorum (n)
proper behavior
26 terms
Emerson
eminent
Admonition
firmament
Deliverance
noun- renowned
noun- advice
noun- heaven
noun- liberation
eminent
noun- renowned
Admonition
noun- advice
emerson
Igneous-Rock
Rock Cycle
Fault-Block Mountain
Deposition
Forms when hot lava cool and hardens.
A never ending process of rocks forming.
Made of lots huge tilted blocks of rock.
Give off sedimentary rocks.
Igneous-Rock
Forms when hot lava cool and hardens.
Rock Cycle
A never ending process of rocks forming.
10 terms
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gases to pass through
make fit for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
22 terms
Emerson
Food
Between
Own
Below
Food
Between
Own
Below
Food
Food
Between
Between
11 terms
Emerson
sublime
admonishing
kindred
manifold
Awe
gently warning
Having similar origin, nature, or character
Diverse, varied
sublime
Awe
admonishing
gently warning
Emerson
aversion
decorum
exhilaration
importune
a strong dislike or disinclination
behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
a feeling of excitement, happiness, or elation
pressingly and persistently for or to do something
aversion
a strong dislike or disinclination
decorum
behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
15 terms
Emerson
protege (n)
decorum (n)
sanctity (n)
blithe (adj)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
proper behavior
holiness
carefree
protege (n)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
decorum (n)
proper behavior
23 terms
Emerson
exhilaration
decorum
sanctity
calamity
a feeling of excitement, happiness, or elation
behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
the state or quality of being holy, sacred, or saintly
an event causing great and often sudden damage or distress; a…
exhilaration
a feeling of excitement, happiness, or elation
decorum
behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety
emerson
Conviction
Proportionate
Imparted
Manifest
strong belief or opinion
having a balanced relationship
revealed; given something to someone
to make plain/clear
Conviction
strong belief or opinion
Proportionate
having a balanced relationship
Emerson
S for emerson soars
O for emerson soars
A for emerson soars
R for emerson soars
Shows Respect
Offers Empathy
Acts safely
Responsible
S for emerson soars
Shows Respect
O for emerson soars
Offers Empathy
13 terms
Emerson
Date of Birth
Date of Death
School of Education
MT 1
May 25, 1803
April 27, 1882
Harvard Divinity School, Boston Latin School
Education
Date of Birth
May 25, 1803
Date of Death
April 27, 1882
emerson
blithe
connate
choas
aversion
carefree
existing naturally, innate
complete disorder
a strong dislike
blithe
carefree
connate
existing naturally, innate
Emerson
what time period are we in
trancendentalism
melancholy
discourse
trancendentalism
a philosophy that requires humans to go beyond (transcend) re…
sad
ways of communication
what time period are we in
trancendentalism
trancendentalism
a philosophy that requires humans to go beyond (transcend) re…
10 terms
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gases to pass through
make fit for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
Emerson
fiction
nonfiction
1st person point of view
3rd person onmiscient
.... A story that is not true or is made up
.... writing that tells about real people, places, and events
.... The narrator is a character in the story. ( I, me, my, we,…
.all knowing
fiction
.... A story that is not true or is made up
nonfiction
.... writing that tells about real people, places, and events
Emerson
Bullet points
Caption
Diagram.
Glossary
List of important information found in the text
Brief description that accompanies in illustration
A labeled illustration that helps explain the text
A list of words and their definitions found at the end of the…
Bullet points
List of important information found in the text
Caption
Brief description that accompanies in illustration
8 terms
emerson
decorum
connate
occult
nonconformist
respect
agreeable
secret; hidden
one who does not follow generally accepted beliefs or customs
decorum
respect
connate
agreeable
10 terms
Emerson
Admonishing
Intergrate
Perennial
Blithe
Gently warning
Unify
Persistent; constant
Carefree
Admonishing
Gently warning
Intergrate
Unify
Emerson
Perpetual
Sublime
Admonition
Inaccessible
Lasting for eternity
Noble, majestic
Warning
Not easily obtained, unapproachable
Perpetual
Lasting for eternity
Sublime
Noble, majestic
10 terms
emerson
mode of first paragraph
sentence "if we require originality..."
sentence "greatest genius..."
"rattlebrain"
definition
periodic
paradox
who is giddy and talkative
mode of first paragraph
definition
sentence "if we require originality..."
periodic
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gases to pass through
make fit for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
10 terms
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gases to pass through
make foot for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
10 terms
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gasses to pass through
make fit for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
33 terms
Emerson
Nature Introduction
Nature Introduction
Nature Introduction
Nature Introduction
new lands, new men, new thoughts
why should we grope among the dry ones of the past?
why should not we have a poetry & philosophy of insight and n…
let us demand our own works and laws and worship
Nature Introduction
new lands, new men, new thoughts
Nature Introduction
why should we grope among the dry ones of the past?
emerson
Identify Emerson's principal educator…
Identify the schools that Emerson atte…
Identify the religious figure that gre…
Identify the church where Emerson was…
Mary Moody Emerson
Boston Public Latin School... Harvard College... Harvard Divinity S…
William Ellery Channing
Boston's Second Church
Identify Emerson's principal educator…
Mary Moody Emerson
Identify the schools that Emerson atte…
Boston Public Latin School... Harvard College... Harvard Divinity S…
Emerson
Blithe
Connate
Chaos
Aversion
Carefree
Existing naturally
Disorder of matter and space
Object aro using an intense dislike
Blithe
Carefree
Connate
Existing naturally
20 terms
Emerson
Representative Men
Saturday
California
Idealism
1850 published title of a collection of lectures originally d…
The "Club" founded by Emerson in 1855
Emerson took a trip in 1871 to what state?
While in England in 1832-33, he was introduced to this German…
Representative Men
1850 published title of a collection of lectures originally d…
Saturday
The "Club" founded by Emerson in 1855
67 terms
emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson's Nature
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Th…
Philosophy, religion, and literary the…
1803; Boston, Massachusetts
What piece of literature "sparked" the creative energy symbol…
Who were the two most important transcendental writers?
Transcendentalism contains elements of..
When and where was Emerson born?
Ralph Waldo Emerson's Nature
What piece of literature "sparked" the creative energy symbol…
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Th…
Who were the two most important transcendental writers?
8 terms
Emerson
Sanborn
Sweeney
Ely
Cote
Science
Math
Social Studdies
ELA
Sanborn
Science
Sweeney
Math
emerson
perpetual adj
manifold adj
integrate v
perennial adj
never ending
many and various
combine to make a whole
existing for a long time
perpetual adj
never ending
manifold adj
many and various
7 terms
Emerson
To be great is
Trust thyself;
Society everywhere is in conspiracy ag…
In the woods
To be misunderstood
Every heart vibrates to that iron string
The manhood of every one of its members
Is perpetual youth
To be great is
To be misunderstood
Trust thyself;
Every heart vibrates to that iron string
8 terms
emerson
Character
trait
hybrid
generation
the mental and moral qualities distinctive to individual.
a genetically determined characteristic.
the offspring of two plants or animals of different species o…
the production of something.
Character
the mental and moral qualities distinctive to individual.
trait
a genetically determined characteristic.
11 terms
Emerson
ephemeral
churlish
hinder
titular
lasting for only a brief time
stubborn/difficult demeanor
to cause delay
holding a formal position but having no real authority
ephemeral
lasting for only a brief time
churlish
stubborn/difficult demeanor
Emerson
Philosophical Romanticism
Idealistic
Reliance on intuition or instict
Live close to nature
Individual over group: feeling over reason.
Unrealistic: Imagining the best.
As a human, you know what you're doing, and should trust your…
As natural beings, we should be in our natural habitat, and b…
Philosophical Romanticism
Individual over group: feeling over reason.
Idealistic
Unrealistic: Imagining the best.
Emerson
protege (n)
decorum (n)
sanctity (n)
blithe (adj)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
proper behavior
holiness
carefree
protege (n)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
decorum (n)
proper behavior
15 terms
Emerson
protege (n)
decorum (n)
sanctity (n)
blithe (adj)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
proper behavior
holiness
carefree
protege (n)
a person under the kindly care and influence of a person of s…
decorum (n)
proper behavior
20 terms
Emerson
Benefactor
Affinity
Sepulchre/ Sepulcher
Inexplicable
Patron,supporter, person who gives you money
1. Kinship, relationship... 2. Attraction, empathy
1. A burial vault or tomb... 2.to entomb or to burry in a vault
Baffling, incomprehensible, cannot be explained or understood
Benefactor
Patron,supporter, person who gives you money
Affinity
1. Kinship, relationship... 2. Attraction, empathy
Emerson
Dates
College attended:
At 26 became
In Europe met
1803-1882
Harvard
a pastor
Carlisle who admired his country
Dates
1803-1882
College attended:
Harvard
29 terms
Emerson
eclat (n)
lethe (n)
hobgoblin (n)
suffrage (n)
brilliant success
forgetfulness; state of forgetfulness
source of fear or worry
support or the right to vote
eclat (n)
brilliant success
lethe (n)
forgetfulness; state of forgetfulness
emerson
impertinent
decorum
sanctity
connate
rude
good taste
holy
existing
impertinent
rude
decorum
good taste
10 terms
Emerson
Importune
Nonconformist
Permeable
Domesticate
to beg urgently
someone refusing to follow established rules
allowing fumes or gases to pass through
make fit for cultivation
Importune
to beg urgently
Nonconformist
someone refusing to follow established rules
Emerson
Colony
Epidemic
Profit
Conquistador
An area of land ruled by another country
A outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many p…
The money gained after expenses have been paid
The Spanish word for "Conqueror"
Colony
An area of land ruled by another country
Epidemic
A outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many p…
14 terms
Emerson
Emerson: Lord's Supper Sermon
Emerson: rituals
Emerson: American Scholar Address
Emerson: philosophy of ordinary life
-gives this sermon as a minister to his own congregation... -las…
-Lord's Supper Sermon... -what we have come to understand as rit…
-address given during Harvard Literature graduation... -invited…
-American Scholar address... -aka Proclamation of Specificity of…
Emerson: Lord's Supper Sermon
-gives this sermon as a minister to his own congregation... -las…
Emerson: rituals
-Lord's Supper Sermon... -what we have come to understand as rit…
10 terms
Emerson
civility
Approbation
Loquacity
Manifest
Marked by politeness
The act of approving formally or officially
Being very talkative
Clear
civility
Marked by politeness
Approbation
The act of approving formally or officially
Emerson
Envy
Imitation
Toil
Deliverance
Jealous
Copy
Work extremely hard
Redemption
Envy
Jealous
Imitation
Copy
5 terms
Emerson
1
2
3
4
Your senses are not reliable you must use your intuition to d…
The human mind is above all
The individual is most important
Nature teaches you about yourself and truth
1
Your senses are not reliable you must use your intuition to d…
2
The human mind is above all
6 terms
Emerson
aversion
decorum
exhilaration
nonconformist
a strong dislike
good taste in conduct or apperance
feelings of high spirits or lively joy
one who does not follow generally accepted beliefs, customs,…
aversion
a strong dislike
decorum
good taste in conduct or apperance
Emerson
Aversion
Blithe
Clamity
Connate
Strong dislike
Cheerful
Disaster
Existing from birth
Aversion
Strong dislike
Blithe
Cheerful
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