''Vlad The Impaler'' by Enid A. Goldberg Normen Itzkowitz November/december 2016 AR biography/autobiography activity

''Back in wallachia, Vlad Dracul understood the situation too.'' (Pg.34)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''vlad'' means ruler or king.

''Dracul felt pressure to go to war with his son's captors.''

Based upon the context clues, the word ''Dracul'' means a person.

''Hostage crisis''(p.32)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''hostage'' means a person held against ones will.

''hostage crisis''(p.32)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''crisis'' means time of need.

''Janos Hunyadi, known as the white knight,was determined to save the christians empires from the ottoman turks''(p.29)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''knight'' means a mounted soldier in armor.

''the prince of wallachia lived in the place in the capital city of targoviste.''(p.26)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''prince'' means a son of a monarchy.

''For centuries before vlads birth, Europe had been divided into two empires''(p.24)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''empires'' means nations together.

'', Vlads father became known as vlad dracula.''(p.23)

Based upon the context clues, the word ''dracula'' mean king

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