Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song

Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
Synonyms & Antonyms Passage Worksheets Using Jackie Robinson Biography Rap Song
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This synonyms and antonyms activity is based on our Jackie Robinson, biography rap song. This song explores Jackie Robinson's youth, his excellence and pursuit in sports, and the events that led him to play Major League Baseball. The synonyms and antonyms worksheets have multiple-choice answers and target content-vocabulary words from the song lyrics which are used as a reading passage.

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This activity includes:

- the song lyrics

- 6 multiple-choice synonyms questions with the answer key

- 6 multiple-choice antonyms questions with the answer key.

How to use this activity:

- Explain the concept of synonyms using the instructions on page 1.

- Ask students to give a few examples of words that are synonyms.

- Next, have students listen to the song for the passage while following along with the lyrics.

- Guide students through answering question 1 as a class. Review with them as necessary.

- Students will now answer the remaining 5 multiple-choice synonyms questions.

- Repeat the above steps with the antonyms questions.

- The answer keys for the questions are on the final two pages.

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Use the relationship between particular words (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) to better understand each of the words.
Use context (e.g., cause/effect relationships and comparisons in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
Use context (e.g., definitions, examples, or restatements in text) as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.
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