Topic: Using Context CluesGood Morning!ELAGSE7L4: Determine or clarify the meaning ofunknown and multiple-meaning words andphrases based on grade 7 reading and content,choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.Class willbegin shortly.Please prepare to takenotes on the types ofcontext clues.Presenter: Andrea Bass(This also aligns with RL4 & RI4)a. Use context (e.g., the overall meaningof a sentence or paragraph; a word’sposition or function in a sentence) as aclue to the meaning of a word or phrase.b. Use common, grade-appropriateGreek or Latin affixes and roots as cluesto the meaning of a word (e.g.,belligerent, bellicose, rebel).This presentation was adapted & edited by Andrea Bass
Learning TargetStudents willdetermine or clarifythe meaning ofunknown words andphrases through theuse of context.
Example: Apples, red fruit that grow ontrees, are my teacher’s favorite.
Example: Unlike Jen, who was easygoing,Jackie was fastidious.
Example: Santa Claus was so portly that hisdoctor declared him overweight.
Example: She was so famished that peoplefelt sorry for her, and gave her food to eat.
Take a moment toexamine the graphics onthis slide.In addition to context clues, you can also lookinside of the word itself to find clues.The next slides are examples of words from yournovels that can be broken down using root wordsand affixes (prefixes and suffixes)
Incapable Meaning: lacking ability Context Clue: INFERENCE The prefix IN means “not” The suffix ABLE means “having the ability” Text: So there I sat on that yellow school bus—ErikFisher's younger brother, Eclipse Boy, visually impairedand totally incapable of following in his brother’sfootsteps.With this word, you can look at the prefix, suffix, and inferbased on the author mentioning the character’s disabilityand “following in his brother’s footsteps”.
Disconsolate Meaning: sad beyond comforting;incapable of being soothed Text: He pulled on the window bars. Theywere as firmly attached as ever. He satdisconsolately on the floor.With this word, you can look at the prefix,suffix, and root word. You can also inferbased on the character’s behavior. Context Clue: INFERENCE The prefix DIS means “not” The root word CONSOLE means“comfort (someone) at a time ofgrief or disappointment.” The suffix –ly turns a word into anadjective
MuffleType of Clue: Inference Meaning: deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping Text: I locked myself in my room and put a pillow over myhead to muffle the sound of my mom’s mourning.Clues: Locked self in room Put pillow over head The sound of mom’s mourning
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a. Use context (e.g., the overall meaning of a sentence or paragraph; a word’s position or function in a sentence) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase. b. Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., belligerent, bellicose, rebel). ELAGSE7L4: Determine or clarify the meaning of
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Mar 27, 2020 · context clues. Context Clues Context Clues Use this code to get in: L27WQ2S6 3. Try the quiz after you watch the video! 4. Practice vocabulary with these context clue definitions. Context Clues Practice 5. Read the two passages about Google and Gameboy. Answer the text dependent questions and practice using context clues to
Context Clues is a method by which the meanings of unknown words may be obtained by examining the parts of a sentence surrounding the word for definition/explanation clues, restatement/synonym clues, contrast/antonym clues, and inference/general context clues. Each
Context clues are words and phrases that surround a word and give clues to its meaning. Point out that two types of context clues are frequently used—definition and restatement. 2. Teaching Context Clues: Use the Lesson Summary to review the steps for using d
vocabulary skills. . use context clues to determine meaning of unfamiliar words in short passages. Free, printable context clues worksheets to develop strong comprehension, . An author often includes hints, or clues, to help the reader expand vocabulary and . activities, check out www.readingvine.com's context clues reading passages. 2 / 5
Word-Learning Strategies 502 when? Word-Learning Strategies 504 how? Sample Lesson Models: Using the Dictionary 506 PAVE Procedure 511 Concept of Deﬁnition Map 516 Compound Words 521 Word Families 524 Word-Part Clues: Preﬁxes 527 Word-Part Clues: Sufﬁxes 533 Word-Part Clues: Roots 537 Context Clues 541 Introducing Types of Context Clues 545
Using Context Clues Introduction Sometimes as you read, you may come to a word or a phrase that you don t understand. Often, you can determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word from its context, the words and sentences around it. D ifferent kinds of context clues help readers figure out the meanings of words. Context Clue Signal Words Example
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