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    Context Clues to Define Meaning

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Vocabulary Lessons

    Objective: I can use the context to find the meaning of a word when other words help describe the word.

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    Introducing Context Clues Strategies

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Vocabulary Lessons

    Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to define the meaning of context and to identify 5 ways to figure out meanings of unknown words.

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    Context Clues Example Sentences

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Vocabulary Lessons

    Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to use context to find the meaning of a word, when the meaning is clearly given or restated.

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    Suffix Addition

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Vocabulary Lessons

    Objective: Objective : Students will be able to identify common prefixes and suffixes and how they affect the meanings of those words.

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    Identifying Meaning Of Unknown Words

    Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge

    Location: Vocabulary Lessons

    Objective: Objective: Students will be able to identify the meaning of a word by reading the sentence before the word and after the word that it is in the sentence. …

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