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Help students learn over 200 new vocabulary words as they read Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice. Includes student handouts, puzzles and assessments. This resource breaks up new vocabulary by chapter and is in 5 different sections. Each section contains a student handout of words with definitions, crossword puzzles and section quizzes. At the end, there are two different vocabulary finals (each with 100 questions). Answer keys to all puzzles, quizzes and assessments are included!
This resource is not a complete novel study guide but only focuses on the vocabulary within the book. If you are looking for a complete novel study, go to:
Pride and Prejudice Novel Study
(Please Note: This vocabulary resource is contained within the complete novel study. You do not need this resource if you have the complete novel study.)
Download of the Novel here on My Teaching Library:
Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
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
Whether you use this resource as a classroom teacher to create lessons or whether you want to hand out to students preparing for a test (standardized or college admission), will be invaluable for your students.
This resource includes and lists the for each as well as the s. If a word can be used as more than one part of speech, a definition is given for both.
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 are word cards (flash cards) of the 100 vocabulary words every High School student should know. Students can use to write definitions and study each word.
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.
Complete High School Vocabulary curriculum. Includes: Student Handouts, Flash Cards, Worksheets & Puzzles + Final Exam
Answer Keys provided / No Teacher edition needed
This resource is a list (with definitions) of the 100 vocabulary words every High School student should know.