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Use these 3 Vocabulary Word Map templates to aid your students in their study of individual words. Each word map will ask the students to write the word, the definition, what each is like (give synonyms, or adjectives – descriptors) and examples.
There are also blank lines under each word map. You can have students use these lines for a variety of things…such as using the word in a sentence or adding prefixes and suffixes!
with this MLK – Martin Luther King, Jr. resource! Use as a standalone resource or as a springboard to further MLK study during the month of January or anytime.
- – Vocabulary Packet: 39 words
- – MLK Creative Writing assignment
- – Alphabetical Order
- – Scrambled Letters Worksheets
- – Word Search
Help your students study and learn new vocabulary. This resource can be used in any subject and with multiple grades.
On the worksheet, students will:
- Write the word
- Write what they ‘think’ the word means
- The actual dictionary meaning for the word
- Name the part of speech
- Write a synonym
- Write an antonym
- Use the word in a sentence
- Break up the word (if possible): prefix / root / suffix
Here is a 6 page reference guide to Latin word roots! For each root, a meaning is given as well as word examples.
ab, a, abs | away | abduct, abnormal, abrasion
alter | other | alternative, altercation
ject | throw | inject, projection
vad, vas | go | evade, evasive
This resource is a dictionary based on ‘word parts’ (prefixes, suffixes, combining forms and roots) which all form words. It is meant to be used in conjunction with a standard dictionary and a thesaurus. Why use? Learning the individual ‘parts’ of a word and the meaning behind each will help the student decipher the meaning of an unknown word or words.
This workbook resource will give students the explanations and practice they need to master important vocabulary skills which will help them be successful. Includes a pretest, a post test and answer keys.
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