Teach students to identify and use Synonym and Antonym Clues, Definition Clues, and Restatement and Example Clues with a Common Core-aligned lesson, Sentence and Journal Writing activities, and a FULL COLOR Context Clues game:
• Context Clues FULL COLOR poster-just print, laminate, and hang in your classroom
• COMPLETE Lesson with highlighted Text Features to increase comprehension
• Context Clues Journal Activity-Main Ideas & Details (great for Interactive Notebooks!)
• Practice 1: Definition, Example, & Restatement Clues + Sentence Writing Practice
• Practice 2: Synonym Clues + Sentence Writing Practice
• Practice 3: Antonym Clues + Sentence Writing Practice
In addition, students will enjoy making and playing the FULL COLOR Context Clues Game: "I Have Who Has?" (Perfect for a Language Center-all game materials included!)
Context Clues, aligned with these 4TH GRADE Common Core Reading and Language Standards (CC.4.RI.1, CC.4.RI.4, CC.4.RI.5, CC.4.L.1, CC.4.L.1a, CC.4.L.1f, CC.4.L.2a, CC.4.L.2d, CC.4.L.4a, CC.4.L.5c), can be purchased separately, or as part of our 4TH GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT
We've included a color copy of the Context Clues lesson for your White Board, black and white versions of the lesson and activities to make copies for your students, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the Sentence Writing activities.
Download the Context Clues Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core alignment, and samples from the lesson and activities.
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