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nunciation lists, be sure that you understand the meaning, also. In addition to the words in the lists, the Glossary includes many other words. Whenever a selection contains a word that you are not sure you understand, form the habit of looking it up in the Glossary.
Besides the individual words you do not understand, you will sometimes read a phrase, or group of words, used in some special sense. The most striking are listed under the topic Phrases for Study. Look them up in the Glossary, for you will often find the hardest passage of the reading lesson made easy by the explanation of a single phrase.
A Forward Look and A Backward Look. Finally, you should notice that each story and poem is a part of some special group that treats some one big idea-such as Nature, Home and Country, etc. Each selection will have a fuller meaning for you and make a more lasting impression if you understand how it, united with others in teamwork, helps to bring out the big idea of the group. Before reading the selections in any group you should read and discuss in class the "Forward Look" that precedes them, in order that you may know in a general way what to expect. And after you have read all the selections in a group you will enjoy a pleasant class period discussing the "Backward Look"-taking stock, as it were, of the joy and benefit derived from your reading.

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Biography. Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), twenty-sixth president of the United States, was born in New York City. As a boy he was frail of body, but overcame this handicap by regular exercise and outdoor life. He was always interested in animals and birds and particularly in hunting game in the western plains and mountains. In 1884 Roosevelt bought two cattle ranches in North Dakota, where for two years he lived and entered actively into western life and spirit, sharing in the camps and joining in the round-ups on the cattle ranges. Two of the books in which he has recorded his western experiences are The Deer Family, and The Wilderness Hunter, from which this selection is taken. In 1909, at the close of his presidency, he conducted an expedition to Africa, to make a collection of tropical animals and plants. His party remained in the wilderness for a year, and returned with a collection of great value. Most of the specimens are now in the Smithsonian Museum at Washington, D. C.

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