"1. Read for the authors meaning not your own. When we read we want to know what an author intended us to see and experience in his writing. He had an intention when he wrote. Nothing will ever change that. It is there as a past objective event in history. We are not reading simply for subjective experiences. We are reading to discover more about objective reality. Im not content with what comes to my mind when I read it. The meaning of a sentence or a word or a letter is what the author…
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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.
Upper elementary students must be able to use the context of the sentence (e.g., in-sentence example or definition) to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words, multiple meaning words, antonyms, synonyms, and homographs. Here are some apps, online games, and other resources you can use to practice and review these important context clues learned in upper elementary. #edtech #contextclues #upperelementary #iteachthird #iteachfourth #iteachfifth #ipadapps #technologyintheclassroom
This activity is going to be for third grade students who will need scaffolding regarding the synonym square but who will use resources to find the definition of words in the third grade using the internet or a physical dictionary. This template is a general outline of what students should be working on while reading texts and finding new words they don't understand. The template can be completed together with the teacher and used to assess where students are with their sentence writing.