Students can use these 20 task cards to review word analysis strategies (aligned with Reading SOL 4.4). The task cards are modeled after the end-of-year SOL Reading test. Students can use these task cards independently, with a partner, or in a small group. They will record their answers on an answer sheet and check their work using an answer key (both are provided). This is a great activity for centers, early finishers, review, and morning work. Directions for preparation and use are included.
SOL 4.4a: use context to clarify meanings of unfamiliar words and phrases
SOL 4.4b: use knowledge of roots and affixes
SOL 4.4b: use knowledge of synonyms and antonyms
SOL 4.4b: use knowledge of homophones
SOL 4.4c: use word-reference materials including the glossary, dictionary, and thesaurus
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