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Use rap music to keep students engaged with these root words, prefixes, and suffixes worksheets based on our Sojourner Truth biography song. The song, written as a reading passage with prefixes and suffixes, explores Sojourner Truth's youth, escape from slavery, career as a speaker, and her accomplishments as an abolitionist and women's rights activist while providing many affixed words for students to practice identifying root words and affixes with the worksheets.
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This activity includes:
- the song lyrics
- brief explanations about what root words, prefixes, and suffixes are
- 6 multiple-choice, identifying root words questions with the answer key
- 6 multiple-choice, identifying prefixes questions with the answer key
- 6 multiple-choice, identifying suffixes questions with the answer key.
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*Music provided by Rujay. Instrumental: "Icy" by Jamal. Channel: https://YouTube.com/user/RujayTV.
*Audio clip by Kerry Washington Reads Sojourner Truth - Voices of a People’s History of the United States
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