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Description

Overview:
Learn to find the meanings of "mysterious" words by analyzing context clues, word roots, prefixes, and suffixes in this interactive tutorial. 
Subject:
Reading Informational Text
Level:
Middle School
Grades:
Grade 6
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Time Required:
Less than 15 min
Author:
Date Added:
11/09/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English
Media Format:
Interactive
Interactivity Type:
Mixed

Comments

KELLY ABBOTT
on Jun 07, 11:00am Evaluation

Accessibility: Limited (1)

this resource can be modified for students with modifications for shorter assignments and allows for frequent breaks btwn tasks.

KELLY ABBOTT
on Jun 07, 11:00am Evaluation

Reliability: Superior (3)

Technology features appear to work across a wide range of major browsers thus creating equity for digital learning.

KELLY ABBOTT
on Jun 07, 11:00am Evaluation

Purpose: Strong (2)

This resource has valuable technology features including embedded answer choices for students to select from to monitor their understanding of context clues and provides immediate student feedback.

KELLY ABBOTT
on Jun 07, 11:00am Evaluation

Engagement: Strong (2)

This resource promotes critical thinking because it includes collaboration as a class if assigned to discuss context clue content and submit student feedback.

DORISKA ROBERTS on Apr 06, 02:56pm

As we know vocabulary is an important part in learning to read. Students especially need a strong foundation with vocabulary skills for comprehension. Students will not understand what they are reading without knowing what most of the words mean. Although I am a 3rd Grade Teacher I like the structure of this resource because it could be loaded to Google Classroom and when students rotate small group centers they could watch the presentation independently on their own devices. I also like how the resource have students to really dig in the text by using the words around, over and under the word to help them figure out the meaning of the unknown words. I love this!

Savannah Thigpen on Mar 25, 03:01pm

This lesson would be great for online learning. Students can go back and forth as needed.

Amber Main on Mar 25, 08:19am

I liked how it moved slowly, but I wish there was more student practice throughout.

AMBER HENDRICKS on Mar 24, 06:48am

I like the way this resource broke down each part of context clues. I like that it is interactive with student participation.

Wendy Bardeen on Mar 23, 07:53pm

We have the context clue standard for 3rd grade and I like the first few slides for description of types of context clues. It would be too lengthy for 3rd grade but the visuals and pieces would be a great start.

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