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- This bundle contains several engaging activities you can use while teaching your students about using context clues to determine unknown words as they read. I focus on the following five types of context clues:DEFINITION cluesSYNONYM cluesANTONYM cluesEXAMPLES cluesINFERENCE cluesThe following item$12.75$25.24Save $12.49
This set of 32 task cards are designed to provide students an opportunity to practice using context clues to identify the meaning of unknown words. Students read the sentence(s), and use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. Words include: frail, limber, fare, cross, din, petite, scarlet, candid, lap, and halt.
Like most of my task card sets, I have included a bonus game-like answer sheet in addition to the more traditional recording sheet.
********This resource is available in three formats:
- Traditional Printables- Print the PDF and distribute paper task cards and recording sheets.
- Easel Activity- With this paperless format, an interactive layer has been added to the original PDF! Students can complete this activity on a device. Students read each sentence and identify the meaning of the underlined word. This has a multiple-choice format, and students select their answers by moving the circle.
- Easel Assessment- Students complete this self-grading quiz on a device, as well. After reading each sentence, students select the correct definition for the underlined word from a list of four possible answer choices. With this option, the teacher chooses whether or not his or her students receive immediate feedback.
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