Academic.Roots list (Q2) and on-line practice
(Academic Quizlet: https://quizlet.com/78121786/academic-vocabulary-research-flash-cards/)
(Academic Kahoot: https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/b792cb93-64a9-4c1f-bbf3-67af898f8576)
(Roots Quizizz: https://quizizz.com/admin/quiz/start_new/5a084d9093e2601100ff78c7)
Plot Structure Kahoot: https://create.kahoot.it/l/#/preview/bf63603c-7d11-47e0-a7a9-10c0caab3397
Also see bottom of this page for more vocab practice!
Research Report Sheet--part of planning stage of Research Report
Academic Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/68468541/academic-vocabulary-literary-analysis-flash-cards/ )
Academic Quizlet (https://quizlet.com/57239809/academic-vocabulary-persuasion-flash-cards/)
How to Read a Poem guide
Figurative Language Practice
GRAMMAR/Parts of Speech PRACTICE
(1) Find a news/magazine article and color code the parts of speech you know
(2) On-line quizzes--type "Noun exercises" or other parts of speech in google.
There are hundreds of quizzes.
(3) Ask a friend/family member to jot down some random sentences and you
locate the parts of speech used.
Instead of just looking at the words and expecting them to seep into your brain, try a few of these exercises for mastery.
(1) Word Sort: Create a written word sort. Cut out your words. Sort them. Label each category. Copy each word into the correct category.
(2) Sentences/Story: Write 15 sentences OR create a story using at least 15 of your words. Sentences must be creative and at least 7 words in length. Underline each of your list words!
(3) Dictionary: Look up 15 of your spelling words in the dictionary and write their definitions.
(4) Practice Test: Arrange with an adult or a person at home to give you a practice test. As you write each word, use it in a complete sentence.
(5) Three Times Each: Choose the ten words you need to study most. Write each word three times: once in cursive, once in print, and once in all capital letters. Say each letter aloud as you write.
(6) ABC Order: Write your words in ABC order.
Reverse Order: Write them in reverse CBA order.
(7) Illustrate: Choose ten words and illustrate each one by drawing its meaning. Write the word below the illustration.
(8) Spell Aloud: Ask someone at home to call the words out to you and you spell them outloud.
(9) Dinner Surprise: Use the vocab words in sentences at the dinner table. This is a sure way to WOW your family!
If you complete a few of these exercises after you receive your new list of words, the vocab quiz will seem easy! Try different exercises with each new word list.