Product Overview: Parts of Speech Vocabulary
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With these resources, students can develop an understanding of how suffixes and word endings help create the various parts of speech. Students will work with common word endings to improve their vocabulary, morphemic analysis, and spelling.
-22 colorful and intuitive worksheets
-2 pages of vocabulary work for 11 different chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird
-Full Teacher’s versions with answers and tips to help things go smoothly
-Blank templates of the 2 worksheets, so you can easily add to or adjust your teaching resources
-PowerPoint and PDF versions of explicit instructional notes
-Guided notes for students to help them follow along while you introduce the topic
-Tips and suggestions for using the resources
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-A complete glossary and chapter-by-chapter vocabulary list for To Kill a Mockingbird
-A glossary of Greek and Latin affixes to serve as a resource material
-Parts of speech task cards for warm ups or quick reminders
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*Easily works as an addition to your To Kill a Mockingbird unit or as a stand-alone vocabulary unit
*Designed with close reading in mind to help guide students toward text evidence and interpretive analysis.
*A great way to introduce word attack strategies, vocabulary, and spelling
*Easily works for all secondary grade levels
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