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Imagine a sentence completion worksheet that includes a detailed explanation for how to determine the correct response! Here it is. The resource can be used for independent practice, as a warm-up, for group discussion, or as part of a reading comprehension strategies exercise.
Context clues can be used to determine the meaning of unfamiliar works; likewise, they can be used to determine the correct answer on a sentence completion exercise. Using context clues is just one of the many strategies detailed in the answer and explanations key that is attached to this resource. Part of a series of sentence completion worksheets.
Use this multiple-choice vocabulary assessment with your advanced English language learners or your native speakers. There are six sentences provided, and your class must determine which word best completes each sentence. Example words include docket, auspices, diminution, and ingenuous. Definitely a tough set of vocabulary words!
It's an erroneous assumption that vocabulary practice must be tedious. Rather than a draconian approach, tantalize your learners with a sentence completion exercise that will enthrall them. A detailed answer key makes the seemingly enigmatic conspicuous. Could be used for SAT practice or for building comprehension and critical thinking skills.
Contemplating a test-prep unit? A reading comprehension strategies session? Check out this sentence completion learning exercise. After test takers try their hand at a sentence completion exercise, they can use the detailed answers and explanations key to check their work and the strategies suggested in the key.
The explanations sheet is the key to a instructional activity that asks learners to choose the best words to complete sentences. The answer and explanations pages not only identify the correct response but offer an extensive explanation for why one response is correct and the other foils are not. Part of a series of worksheets that can be used as practice sets, as the basis for a reading comprehension strategies lesson, or as standardized test prep.
Commiserated, cogitated, ameliorated? Whether used as test prep or as part of a vocabulary study, the problems on this sentence completion worksheet will challenge your learners. Provide them with the detailed answer key and groups can discuss the strategies and logic outlined in the explanations.
Part of a series of exercises, this sentence completion worksheet could be used as an assessment, as extra practice, as the basis of small group discussion, or as homework. The extensive answer key explains how to approach problems of this style and how to use comprehension strategies to solve the problems.
Learners must select the best words to complete the six sentences on a worksheet designed to test their critical thinking skills as well as their vocabulary knowledge. The included answer sheet, which details how to determine the correct answer for each prompt, also provides comprehension strategies for test takers.
Foreshadow, recant, impulsive are a few of the words your pupils must know to correctly respond to the eight problems on a sentence completion worksheet. The detailed answer key provides insight into the logic and strategies learners can use to be successful on exercises of this kind. Use as an assessment, group work, or take-home practice.
Help third graders master math vocuabulary! Start by reading the book Three Names and discuss the arithmetic vocabulary to create questions through think-pair-share activities. Third graders will then complete a worksheet with word problems. In the end, they will use the vocabulary words in complete sentences.