WHAT IS INCLUDED
1. 5 Ways to Teach Prefixes and Suffixes | Article
2. I Want to be a Doctor | Reading
4. Building Vocabulary
5. Why Would Someone Become a Doctor? | Opinion Writing
6. Opinion Writing Checklist
7. Phonics Review
8. Grammar Practice: Prefix -dis
9. Grammar Practice: Prefix -in
10. Grammar Practice: Suffixes -less and -ful
11. Grammar Practice: Suffix -ly
12. Prefixes and Suffixes Anchor Charts
13. Word Search Game
14. Answer Sheet
To identify the suffixes ‘less’/’ful’ and prefixes ‘dis/’in’. Understand how they influence the meaning of words.
Encourage your students to discuss the meaning of base words changed by suffixes ‘less’/’ful’ and prefixes ‘dis’/’in’.
Reading. As the reading skills progress to the third-grade, students need to recognize the word shape rather than a letter shape. The article is written in optimal font size with 45-50 characters per line. The article consists app 250 words with an average word length 4 characters and average sentence length 10 words. ATOS level: 5.
Reading comprehension. Students encourage to answer six question and show that they gather and understand the information.
Building Vocabulary. To develop vocabulary students encouraged to research and find the meaning of unfamiliar words. With guidance and support from adults, students recall the article, personal experiences or gather information from provided sources (internet or book) and write the definition of each word.
Opinion Writing. Write your opinion on the following topic and support your point of view with reasons and examples. State your opinion, and create an organizational structure that lists reasons. Provide two reasons that support your opinion. Use linking words and phrases to connect opinion and reasons. Provide a concluding statement or section. Students encourage to use prefixes and suffixes anchor chart as a reference.
Grammar. Adding prefixes and suffixes to the root words and creating new words. Understand the meaning of new words.