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Prefixes and Suffixes:

Prefixes and Suffixes Research project by: S.Dhilip, B.T.Assistant(English), Panchayat Union Middle School, Melpappampadi.

Table of Contents:

Table of Contents Goals Standards Lesson Assessment Games

Goals:

Goals By the end of this PowerPoint, I want you to be able to: Recall the meaning of several common prefixes Understand how prefixes change word meanings

Objectives::

Objectives: Use knowledge of root words as well as context clues and glossaries to understand specialized vocabulary in the content areas during reading. Use these words accurately in speaking and writing. Describe the origins and meanings of common, learned and foreign words used frequently in English language writing and literature. Identify new words that have been added to the English language over time using prefixxes.

Number Prefixes:

Number Prefixes These prefixes indicate number value in a word: Bi- two —bicycle-two wheels Tri- three —triangle—three angles

Lesson:

Lesson Prefixes are added to the beginning of words to change a words meaning. Cycle is something you ride. Bicycle is something you ride with two wheels.

You try:

You try Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: Bi- Tri-

Not Prefixes:

Not Prefixes These prefixes indicate the word not: il—illegal—not legal Im—impossible—not possible In—inactive—not active Ir—irregular—not regular Non—nonsense—no sense Un—unable—not able

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: :

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: il— Im— In— Ir— Non— Un—

Direction Prefixes::

Direction Prefixes: De—lower—descend—move to a lower place Mid—middle—midway—middle of the way In—in/into—inhale—breath in Im—in/into—import—bring into Re—back—recurve—a backwards bend Sub—under—submarine—underwater Super—above—superimpose—place above

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: :

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: De— Mid— In— Im— Re— Sub— Super—

Time Prefixes:

Time Prefixes Fore—ahead of time—forewarn—warn ahead of time Pre—before—prefix—before the word Re—again—redo—do again

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: :

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: Fore— Pre— Re—

Behavior Prefixes::

Behavior Prefixes: Mis—wrongly—misunderstand—wrongly understand Mis—badly—misbehave—badly behave

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: :

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: Mis— Mis—

Combining Prefixes::

Combining Prefixes: Com—together—compact—packed together Con—with—contact—communicate with

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: :

Now you try--Write a word that uses each prefix, then write a definition for the word: Com— Con—

Assignment:

Assignment You will be quizzed on the prefixes and their meanings so start to study.

THE END :

THE END WE WILL LEARN SUFFIX IN OUR NEXT SESSION

Suffixes:

Suffixes Research project by: S.Dhilip, B.T.Assistant(English), Panchayat Union Middle School, Melpappampadi.

Table of Contents:

Table of Contents Goals Standards Lesson Assessment Games

Goals:

Goals By the end of this PowerPoint, I want you to be able to: Recall the meaning of several common Suffixes Understand how suffixes change word meanings

Standards:

Standards 1.1.8 Use knowledge of root words as well as context clues and glossaries to understand specialized vocabulary in the content areas during reading. Use these words accurately in speaking and writing. 1.7.8 Describe the origins and meanings of common, learned and foreign words used frequently in English language Analyze the role and place of standard American English in speech, writing and literature. Identify new words that have been added to the English language over time using suffix.

suffixes:

suffixes These suffixes are syllables added at the end of the base word to form new words. Example: pure+ity= purity Free+dom=freedom Love+able=lovable

Combine the suffixes with its base word to form a new word:

Combine the suffixes with its base word to form a new word (ment,ship,some,age,ous) Friend Trouble State Adventure leak

Combine the suffixes with its base word to form a new word:

Combine the suffixes with its base word to form a new word (ly,ing,ed,est,y) swell high dirt spotless return

You try:

You try Write a word that uses each suffix, then write a definition for the word: Ful Ed Al

Form new words from the root words combining prefixes and suffixes:

Form new words from the root words combining prefixes and suffixes (En,in,ly,a,ment) Credible Nervous Sleep Move courage

Assignment:

Assignment You will be quizzed on the suffixes and their meanings so start to study.

THE END :

THE END WE WILL LEARN QUESTION TAGS IN OUR NEXT SESSION

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