A multisensory lesson with activities supporting development and knowledge of the suffixes "-ure and -ture?"
This is a 29 page PDF document with answer keys focuses on student development in the following areas:
Reading comprehension - word, paragraph and multiple paragraphs
Oral language development
Multiple Activities to develop skills
Writing "Trigger" Words
Sentence writing development
Story/Paragraph development using visuals (Safari)
Writing strategies including COPS (capitalize, organize, punctuate, spell)
Cognitive Development of the following skills:
Memory - working, long-term and word retrieval
Processing speed development
Verbal Comprehension (Discussion of student expectations; follow-up to completed student work; use of visuals
Students who have used this packet in my private practice love doing the work, but more importantly internalized the concepts that are embedded in the suffix "-es" like noun versus verb.
Check out the teacher supports and resources prior to working with your student (s.) Though basic in its design, provides a wealth of background knowledge for the adult who may not be familiar with the specific strategies used in the packet.
It is my hope that this multisensory approach to the suffixes "-ure, and "-ture" will support your student(s) ability to embed and use the suffixes, and understand its part of speech as a noun. Additionally, the understanding of each suffixes meaning only supports reading comprehension - one major goal of reading!
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