Vocabulary
What did Hawkins do?
Supporting Details
Story Skills
Who, What, or Where?
100
Supporting structures...
What are "foundations"?
100
In addition to creating model dinosaurs, Waterhouse was busy creating these models as well.
What are ancient reptiles and amphibians?
100
It is the reason the crowds reacted they way they did when they saw the dinosaurs.
What is they were shocked to see such huge creatures?
100
It is the most likely reason the author wrote this selection.
What is to inform the reader about Waterhouse Hawkins?
100
His job was to help imagine the shapes of the dinosaurs for Waterhouse.
Who was Richard Owen?
200
The correct relation between things...
What is "proportion"?
200
It is how Hawkins planned to introduce his models to other eminent scientists.
What is at a dinner party on New Year's Eve?
200
It is the reason that people didn't know what dinosaurs looked like in 1853.
What is because no models had been formed and only bits and pieces of fossilshad been found at that time?
200
It is the first thing we learned about Waterhouse that, as an adult, he loved to do.
What is make models of animals?
200
Hawkins pointed out that the Iguanadon was similar to the iguana because of this feature of its body.
What are its teeth?
300
It is a synonym for "built".
What is "erected"?
300
It is the next step in creating the model dinosaurs after the life-size clay model has been constructed.
What is building an iron skeleton?
300
Because Hawkins was so excited to speak to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert about his models, we know that this is true about him.
What is that he was excited about his work?
300
It is the next step in the process after Hawkins made a small model.
What is he made a life-size model?
300
It is where the dinner was served at Hawkin's New Year's Eve party.
What is inside the model of the Iguanadon?
400
A hollow form...
What is a "mold"?
400
"The months passed by in concrete, stone, and iron..." means that Waterhouse was....
What is very busy building his dinosaurs?
400
It is the most likely reason that the "Afterword" is included in the story.
What is to add an interesting conclusion about other events of Hawkin's life?
400
We can infer that Prince Albert and Queen Victoria were interested in science because of this...
What is that they had just opened a new art and science museum.
400
It is the place where Waterhouse first showed his dinosaur models to the public in England.
What is the Crystal Palace at Sydenham Park?
500
Having already cleaned and organized things...
What is "tidied"?
500
After his premier in London, Waterhouse traveled to Philadelphia to exhibit this.
What is the first model of a complete dinosaur skeleton?
500
According to the "Afterword", it is where the pieces of the model that vandals broke are still buried.
What is in Central Park?
500
To fill in the blanks, scientists of Hawkins time would compare the fossils they found to ....
What are living animals?
500
This country had the first known dinosaur fossil.
What is England?
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