Presentation on theme: "This teacher led activity aims to remind children of the ‘-less’ suffix which they met in week 8, when it was introduced as reversing the meaning of the."— Presentation transcript:
This teacher led activity aims to remind children of the ‘-less’ suffix which they met in week 8, when it was introduced as reversing the meaning of the word. This time, the ‘-less’ has been paired with it’s opposite ‘-ful’, so the children see that fearful means he has lots of fear fearless means the reverse, he has no fear The children are asked to add the suffix which means ‘ has lots’ (fearful), or the suffix which means ‘has none’ (fearless). The next slide is an answer sheet for each child to go along with the IT presentation, and should be printed, and given to the children before the start. There are 2 examples to start, when the children get the chance after the feedback to suggest ‘why’ the ending is correct. Children should then write in their choice of suffix on the answer sheet for the remaining questions after each slide is shown. They then discuss their reasons for their choice with the teacher when they receive correct feedback on screen, with the prompt ‘Why?’ on some of the slides. Week 9 IT32 Suffixes ‘-ful’ and ‘-less’
Answer sheet Week 9 IT32 Suffixes and prefixes Name……………………… Date ……………………… ‘-ful’ or ‘-less’ e.g 2 She dances with grace. She is a grace_____ dancer. e.g 1 She does not have much breath. She is breath______. 2. The man does not take care. He is care_____. 3. The picture is very colour______. 4. We enjoyed the wedding. It was joy_____. 1. He was afraid of the head_____ ghost. 5. She did not show any fear. She was fear_____. 6. The pan is very hot. She must be care_____. 7. He does not have any friends. He is friend_____. 8. He always has a big smile. He is always cheer_____. 9. He is a tired dragon. He needs a rest_____ sleep.