Analyzing Word Parts

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Analyzing Word Parts

  1. 1. Analyze Its Word Parts Another good way to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word is to… <ul><li>Prefix: added to the beginning of a word </li></ul>
  2. 3. Analyze Its Word Parts Another good way to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word is to… <ul><li>Prefix: added to the beginning of a word </li></ul><ul><li>Suffix: added to the end of a word. Can change the part of speech of the base word to which it is added. </li></ul>
  3. 5. A complete word to which word parts are added is called a… Base Word
  4. 6. The word illiterate , for example, is made by adding the word part… If you take word parts that cannot stand alone and add them to a base word, new words are formed. Il- “ not” literate “ able to read and write” to the base word…
  5. 7. Part A: Make four columns on a piece of paper. Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning Label them… For each of the following words… 1. brotherhood 2. disrespectful 3. irresistible 4. subtotal 5. finalize 6. awaken write the…
  6. 8. 1. brotherhood Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning brother -hood The state of being like a brother
  7. 9. 2. disrespectful Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning respect -ful Not having or showing respect dis-
  8. 10. 3. irresistible Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning resist -ible Not able to be resisted ir-
  9. 11. 4. subtotal Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning total An amount that is less than a complete total sub-
  10. 12. 5. finalize Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning final To make final -ize
  11. 13. 6. awaken Base Word Prefix Suffix Meaning awake To make or become awake -en
  12. 14. Part B: Write the new word you form by adding the appropriate prefix or suffix (or both) from the charts to the base word in parentheses in each sentence.
  13. 15. Part B: Write the new word you form by adding the appropriate prefix or suffix (or both) from the charts to the base word in parentheses in each sentence. Writer, Illustrator Revitalize Unbreakable Transatlantic Replay Murderous Preview Commitment
  14. 16. Let’s hear what our favorite educators… Have to say about analyzing word parts! Brain Pop on Roots/Prefixes/Suffixes
  15. 17. For Friday’s class… <ul><li>Study prefixes chart… </li></ul>
  16. 18. For Friday’s class… <ul><li>Study suffixes charts… </li></ul>

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