Mod 6 - Transition Layer

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Transition Layer from Basic to Advanced Language :

Transition Layer from Basic to Advanced Language

Student Profiles:

Student Profiles

Progression of the Transition Layer:

Progression of the Transition Layer

Where to Begin:

Where to Begin

Syllabication Unit :

Syllabication Unit

Introducing a New Syllable Type:

Introducing a New Syllable Type

Prefixes & Suffixes:

Prefixes & Suffixes un- (not) mid- (middle) in- (not) sub- (under) con- (with, together) mis - (wrong, bad) ex- (out of, from) pre- (before) pro- (forward, before) inter - (between, among) - ed (action completed) - ing (act of doing) - er (used to compare) - ful (full of, having) -less (without, none) - ly (manner of) - es (plural: nouns) - ee (one who) - est (superlative) -able (able to)

The Doubling Rule:

The Doubling Rule The 1+1+1 Rule: The 2+1+1 Rule:

The Silent “E” Rule:

The Silent “E” Rule Common Exceptions include: Keep the final “e” for words ending in “ ce ” or “ ge ” if the suffix begins with an “a” or an “o” (ex: manageable, traceable, courageous) Keep the final “e” when the final “e” is part of a vowel team (ex: agreeing, seeing) Keep the final “e” with the suffix “able” (ex: likeable)

The “Y to an I” Rule:

The “Y to an I” Rule Common Exceptions include: If there is a vowel immediately before the “y” (ex: oy , ay, ey ) If the suffix begins with an “ i ” (ex: ing , ish )

Introducing Roots :

Introducing Roots Introduce Roots Add to current prefix & suffix deck. Use Q uizlet for practice!

Conclusion :

Conclusion

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