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Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
Prefixes ,suiffixes and root words by Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning
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  • 1. Prefixes, suffixes and root words BY SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING 1
  • 2. A prefix is a word part added to the beginning of a root word. 2SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 3. Prefixes are added to the beginning of a base word. They change the meaning of the base word. Un + happy = unhappy Re + do = redo
  • 4. Prefixes Add a prefix to the beginning of each word to make a new word. Draw a line form the word to its meaning. • ____do • ____happy • ____clear • ____read • ____pack • The opposite of pack • Do again • Opposite of clear • Read again • Not happy
  • 5. Suffixes are added to the end of a base word. They change the meaning of the base word. wonder + ful = wonderful rest + ful = restful
  • 6. • The suffix ly means in a certain way. • Quickly means in a quick way. • Loudly means in a loud way. • What does suddenly mean? • The suffix ful means full of. • Colorful means full of color. • Playful means full of play. • What does thankful mean?
  • 7. Suffixes Add a suffix to the end of each base word. Draw a line to its new meaning. • Loud____ • Color____ • Wonder____ • Sudden_____ • Play____ • In a loud way • Full of play • Full of wonder • In a sudden way • Full of color
  • 8. Match each word with its definition. healthful slowly unlock reheat sadly uncomfortable reread in a sad way to heat again the opposite of lock to read again full of health in a slow way not comfortable
  • 9. Prefixes We Know Examples im- not in- not bi- two non- not dis- not or opposite of improper incomplete bicycle nonstop disagree 9SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 10. Suffixes We Know Examples -er one who -or one who -less without -able, -ible can be farmer actor useless buildable reversible 10SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 11. PREFIXES andPREFIXES and SUFFIXESSUFFIXES And Understanding ourAnd Understanding our ROOTSROOTS 11SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 12. Learn how to use prefixes, suffixes, and base words to find the meanings of words.
  • 13. A base word is a word in its simplest form. A base word has nothing added to it. Examples: Do Heat Write Read Pack
  • 14. Base Words Write the base words. Played Running Reheat Quickly Unhappy
  • 15. Root • The element that carries the main component of meaning in a word and provides the basis from which a word is derived by adding affixes* or inflectional endings or by phonetic change; the form of a word after all affixes are removed Pretending *To place at the end or beginning 15SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 16. Prefix • To put or attach before or in front of. • (pr -f ks ) To settle or arrange in advance. • Grammar. – To add as a prefix. – To add a prefix to. Preclude* *root word meaning to close 16SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 17. Suffix • An affix added to the end of a word or stem, serving to form a new word or functioning as an inflectional ending, such as -ness in gentleness, -ing in walking, or -s in sits. thankful 17SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 18. • ion – the act of • cess – to go • pro – for –pro (for) cess (going) ion (the act of) Meaning? The act of moving along or forward; progression Procession 18SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 19. • Many of the words in the English language have three parts: a prefix, a root, and a suffix. • If you learn some prefixes, some roots, and a few suffixes, you can multiply your vocabulary rather than merely add to it word by word. 19SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 20. ROOTS FOR ENGLISH WORDS LATIN VERB MEANING 1. cap-(cip-) capt-(cept-) capio take, seize 2. duct- duc- duco lead 3. fac-(fic-)fact-(fect-) facio do, make 4. fer- lat- fero carry, bear 5. mit- mitt- miss- mitto send 6. -plica- plicat-(plect-)(plex-) plico fold 7. pon- posit- pono place, put 8. tend- tent- tendo stretch 9. tene- tent- teneo have, hold 10.spec-(spic-)speci- spect- specio observe, see20SAJJAD AHMAD AWAN PHD SCHOLAR TE PLANNING
  • 21. A root is a set of letters that have meaning. It is the most basic form . Affixes are added to the root to create a new word. • A root can be at the front, middle or end of a word. • Many words in the English language are based on Greek & Latin word roots. Teacher reads; Track with Me – What is a word root? P/S, NV Concept Teacher reads; Track with Me Example: The Latin root ject means “throw” So project can mean “to throw forward”
  • 22. English words can have all three parts: prefix + root + suffix ab + duct + ed away from + to lead/pull + verb: past tense abducted means ”pulled or lead away from” i.e. The general was abducted by masked gunmen. Concept Roots can appear more than once, and anywhere in the word. Word Meaning geology earth study / study of the earth telegraph distance writing / writing that travels far tricycle three wheels asocial not being companionable / not wanting to join others
  • 23. • Which one of the following shows a root with an affix? WB 1.bicycle 2. hippopotamus How did you know? P/S NV
  • 24. Importance • Knowing and using Greek and Latin word roots can help you figure out the meaning of words you don’t recognize. • This will make you a better reader and writer. Why is it important to know how to use Greek and Latin word roots? P/S; CFU x1-2 Can anyone share a different reason? Volunteers
  • 25. root + suffix • I Do astrology astro = stars -logy = study of So it means: "the study of stars” • We Do biology bio = life -logy = study of So it means: “the study of life” How did I determine the meaning of astrology? Frame: “We determined the meaning of astrology by ______________.” P/S; NV How did we know biology meant ‘the study of life’? Frame: “We knew that biology meant ‘the study of life’ because _______________________.” P/S; NV
  • 26. prefix + root • I Do empathy em- = having pathy = feeling So it means: “having feeling” The soldier had empathy for the prisoner. • We Do enamor en- = having amor = love What does enamor mean? “having love” How do you know that? P/S; NV
  • 27. root + root • I Do pseudonym pseudo = false nym = name ”false name” • We Do aqueduct aque = water duct = to lead/pull What is an aqueduct used for? How do you know that? P/S, non-volunteer
  • 28. prefix + root + suffix • I Do retrospective retro = backwards spect = look -ive = having quality of “quality of looking backward” History is a retrospective way of looking at life. • We Do carnivore carni = meat vor = eat -e = one who “one who eats meat” What does carnivore mean? How did you know? P/S, volunteer
  • 29. Closure • What do we call the most basic form of a word that has meaning? Non-volunteer 1-2 • What does portable mean? whiteboards • Why do you think knowing and using Greek and Latin word roots is important? Volunteer Okay
  • 30. Independent Practice • Follow the steps and directions. • Write the meaning on the line following the word.
  • 31. A List of Greek and Latin Word Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes Root Meaning Root Meaning Root Meaning Prefix/Suffix Meaning duct to lead/pull micro small phobia fear of ab- away from tele distance spect look, see auto self a-, un-, -less not, without graph write, draw aque, aqua water rupt break em-. en-, -y, -ful having, marked by bio life astr, aster stars scope see, watch retro- backwards geo earth logy, ology study of pseudo false -ive, -ic having quality of rium house cycle wheel dynam power -al result of trans across nym, nom name ject throw -able, -ible ability pathy feeling for amor love pro forward -oid resembling, like cent, centi hundred derm, derma skin vor eat greedily -or, -er, -e one who carn meat chron time soci joining in, being together ex- out of omni all, every meter measure ped, pod foot, footed bi- two struc, struct build cent hundred con, com together, with tri- three hydro water trans across -ly in the manner of
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