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CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 1 Word Building Rules Word Building Rules Success depends on: Learning word parts Learning rules for combining word parts Word Root Basic foundation of a word Component parts are added to change meaning Example word: cardi ologist cardi (word root) = heart

By paul2
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Spelling Lesson 2

Spelling Lesson 2

east bleed field donkey sneak jockey grease yield least scream shield wheat seaweed beach beetle screech female wreath niece measles. Spelling Lesson 2. Spelling Tip The long e sound can be spelled ee , ea , ie , and ey . Spelling the Long e Sound. east bleed field

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Word Knowledge

Word Knowledge

Word Knowledge. Unit 4 Lesson 6. Lines 1 and 2. These words have base words with the suffix –ment added. Govern + ment = government Pave + ment = pavement Entertain + ment = entertainment Involve + ment = involvement How does the suffix –ment change the part of speech?.

By daniel_millan
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MORPHOLOGY

MORPHOLOGY

MORPHOLOGY. The study of the internal structure of words, and of the rules by which words are formed Morpheme – Derived from the Greek word morphe meaning “form.” The linguistic term for the most elemental unit of grammatical form. LEXICON.

By daniel_millan
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Lesson 6 Day 4

Lesson 6 Day 4

Lesson 6 Day 4. You will need your Reading book, paper, and a pencil. Question of the Day. What things are more fun to do with others than by yourself? What is a project you can do with a friend or a group to earn money?. Read Aloud.

By andrew
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Uncle Jed’s Barbershop by: Margaree King Mitchell illustrated by: James E. Ransome

Uncle Jed’s Barbershop by: Margaree King Mitchell illustrated by: James E. Ransome

Uncle Jed’s Barbershop by: Margaree King Mitchell illustrated by: James E. Ransome. Unit 4, Lesson 7. Created by: Nancy Luebbers Hamilton ECEC Saint Louis Public Schools – Saint Louis, Missouri.

By Albert_Lan
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Unit 4 Money Lesson 6

Unit 4 Money Lesson 6

Unit 4 Money Lesson 6. Uncle Jed’s Barbershop By, Margaree King Mitchell. Line 1 & 2. haircut barbershop sharecropper nightgown bedclothes shipwreck. hair barber share night bed ship. cut shop cropper gown clothes wreck. Compound Words.

By Thomas
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Theme 3 Skills

Theme 3 Skills

Theme 3 Skills. “That’s Amazing”. Comprehension. Skills. Comprehension Skills. Noting Details. Based on the details, what is the likely setting of this story? Which detail helps you understand why _______? Which detail is not important to understanding the story?

By Patman
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Once There Was a Lady… (Bug)

Once There Was a Lady… (Bug)

Once There Was a Lady… (Bug). By Kathy Isom Second Grade. Let’s learn a new kind of word!. Compound Words. WHY? WHY? WHY?. Compound Words are everywhere! You use compound words when you write! You see them when you read!. ladybug. This is a Compound Word!

By Antony
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CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 1

CHAPTER 1. Word Building Rules. Word Building Rules. Success depends on: Learning word parts Learning rules for combining word parts. Word Root. Basic foundation of a word Component parts are added to change meaning Example word: cardi ologist cardi (word root) = heart

By spencer
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All about Compound Words

All about Compound Words

All about Compound Words. 3/11/2014. Learning Goal:. We will learn about compound words. Compound Words. A compound word is made up of two words. Each word is able to stand by itself with its own meaning. The compound word creates a new meaning. example: sawdust = saw + dust.

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Compound words

Compound words

Compound words. bed + side bedside. Compound words. chair + lift chairlift. Compound words. for + get forget. Compound words. home + work homework. Compound words. up + stairs upstairs. Compound words. push + chair pushchair. Compound words. week + end weekend.

By kristine
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Unit 3, Week 5 Snowflake Bentley

Unit 3, Week 5 Snowflake Bentley

Unit 3, Week 5 Snowflake Bentley. O’Neal Elementary 4 th Grade. Vocabulary. Quia Vocab. technique: a certain way to do things. foolishness: being unwise inspire: encourage others to do things evaporate: to disappear , usually as a gas or a vapor.

By darrell
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Compound Words

Compound Words

Compound Words. Compound Words. Some long, unfamiliar words may actually be compound words made of two shorter words that you may already know. . Compound Words. raindrop How many syllables does this word have? rain / drop two

By kent
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A Course on Linguistics for Students of English —— Feng Yujuan School of Foreign Language, SWUN

A Course on Linguistics for Students of English —— Feng Yujuan School of Foreign Language, SWUN

A Course on Linguistics for Students of English —— Feng Yujuan School of Foreign Language, SWUN. 1. General Introduction 2. Language and society (social linguistics) 3. Language and culture (cross-cultural communication) 4. Applied linguistics 5. Computational and statistic linguistics

By joanna
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COMPOUND WORDS

COMPOUND WORDS

COMPOUND WORDS. Two words put together to make one larger word. cow + boy. cowboy. Compound Words. butter + fly. Butterfly. Compound Words. dog + house. doghouse. Compound Words. mail + box. Mailbox. Compound Words. lunch + room. lunchroom. Compound Words. light + house.

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Compound Words

Compound Words

Compound Words. By Fernando Godinez Park Ave. Elementary. making new words. rain + coat. raincoat. +. cakes. pan. pancakes. cat + fish. catfish. lady + bug. ladybug. ear + ring. earring. COMPOUND WORDS.

By etan
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Compound Words

Compound Words

Compound Words. butterfly. By Janice Williams LJ Morris Elementary Huntsville, AL. Can you read these words and discover the compound word?. bath. tub. Can you read these words and discover the compound word?. flag. pole. Can you read these words and discover the compound word?. week.

By maura
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COMPOUND WORDS.

COMPOUND WORDS.

COMPOUND WORDS. Can you guess what a compound word is?. Guess the word. hand. bag. What about this one?. push. chair. butter. fly. arm. band. chair. man. Which two words make up these words?. light. house. house. foot. ball. ball. plant. pot. pot. Task 1.

By alcina
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NIFTY THRIFTY FIFTY

NIFTY THRIFTY FIFTY

NIFTY THRIFTY FIFTY. NOVEMBER. beautiful communities classify electricity prettier. community happiness. November. myself. sample. This word is a synonym for “alone”. Prefix: none Suffix: none Compound words: my - self New word: selfish

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