This packet introduces students to the complex but crucial craft of using context clues. We've included 15 multiple choice questions that allow students to practice using synonyms and antonyms as context clues, to figure out the meaning of challenging words.What about the other types of context clues, you ask?
I'm sure all figure out how to control myself, I didn't mean what I done, and I feel bad about it.... I promised you my sweet dear spitfire that I would never hurt you again, and I did... I didn't mean it.. I want to continue to raise our family.. I want to be YOUR mate for life.. please take my apology... please I'm begging you
This free download includes a 20-question practice and 20-question assessment on Context Clues, complete with answer keys. Your students will have to read a sentence, figure out a word's meaning with the clues from the sentence, and then classify the type of context clue used as a synonym, antonym, example, or explanation.This is Level A = 4th-5th grade difficulty level.