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Fifth graders engage in a literature study that uses a variety of texts in order to maximize their exposure to different reading situations. They examine each book in order to practice skills of reading comprehension. They recognize the literary devices of each and then answer the questions to go with the text.
Teach vocabulary in this quick game to vocabulary skills game. Divide the class into two groups, give them clues to a particular word, each team has sixty seconds to identify the vocabulary word. Words can be arranges to include differentiation of instruction for student levels.
Students discover palindromes. In this vocabulary skills lesson, students participate in 3 palindrome activities that require them to read and create number and word palindromes.
For this vocabulary practice worksheet, students use 8 words in a word bank to complete sentences. There is no apparent connection between the words.
In this vocabulary practice worksheet, students use the words in a word box to complete ten sentences about climbing Mount Everest.
Unfamiliar vocabulary is explored through the use of Geronimo Stilton books. Word meanings, word relationships, and the incorporation of these words into pupil writing are all part of the lesson. Learners must keep track of unfamiliar words in a notebook they are given. Hints such as using context clues, and the use of the good old-fashioned dictionary are passed along. This resource should help readers develop good reading habits.
Build vocabulary, fluency and confidence in your French speakers by having them participate in some of these engaging activities. Several suggestions are given, but you will have to design the actual lesson yourself.
Students explore the unfamiliar words found in various picture books by Patricia Polacco. They discover the meanings of unfamiliar words by using a dictionary and they find synonyms and antonyms with a thesaurus. The main goal of this lesson is to build vocabulary.
Infuse your vocabulary lesson on Latin roots with these activities, all of which reinforce the root a/ad (to, toward, add to). Graphic organizers, riddles, and short answer questions help your students review their vocabulary and use context clues to learn new words. You could use one activity a day over a five-day period, culminating in a quiz on Friday.
Students build vocabulary skills by rewriting the names of some popular holiday songs, and create a fun "Holiday Tune" bulletin board display.
In this word meanings worksheet, students practice their vocabulary skills while using the past tense. Students complete twelve multiple choice questions where they choose the correct meaning of the bold word in each sentence.
In this vocabulary practice activity, students identify the synonym and antonym of sixteen multiple choice questions. Students also choose the correct word to complete nine multiple choice sentences, for a total of twenty five questions.
In this vocabulary practice activity, students identify context clue words. In this fill in the blank activity, students write ten answers.
In this vocabulary practice worksheet, students complete the 10 sentences by choosing the correct word from the word pool provided. The vocabulary terms used are regarding college.
In this vocabulary practice instructional activity, students complete the 12 sentences with the correct word or phrase from the word pool.
In this vocabulary practice worksheet, students complete the 10 sentences in column A with the correct word or phrase from column B.
In this vocabulary practice worksheet, learners use context clues to determine words to complete sentences. Students complete ten sentences.
In this vocabulary practice learning exercise, students use context clues to determine words or phrases to complete sentences. Students complete fifteen sentences.
In this vocabulary practice worksheet, students use context clues to choose words to complete sentences. Students complete eleven sentences.
In this vocabulary practice activity, learners determine which pair of words complete sentences Students make ten sentences make sense.