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Decoding/Word Attack Review Prefix + Root Word + Suffix, Greek Word Parts, Latin Word Parts, Use Decoding Strategies 5 th Grade Review of Lessons 26, 27,

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1 Decoding/Word Attack Review Prefix + Root Word + Suffix, Greek Word Parts, Latin Word Parts, Use Decoding Strategies 5 th Grade Review of Lessons 26, 27, 28, 29

2 Review of Lesson 26: Prefix +Root Word + Suffix

3 Look at this word and listen to me read it out loud: renewable Turn and tell your partner the prefix, suffix, and root word in this word. Give a thumbs up if you said that the prefix is re-, the suffix is-able, and the root word is new. Remember that many longer words are made up of a root or root word plus a prefix and suffix. It is sometimes helpful to break a longer word into smaller parts to determine its pronunciation.

4 Look at this chart. Identify the prefix, suffix, and root or root word in each longer word. Decode each word part and then read the longer word. WordPrefixRoot or Root Word Suffix incompletely prepayment misalliance rewritable in- com/plete -ly pre- pay -ment mis- al/ly -ance re- write -a/ble

5 Review of Lesson 27: Greek Word Parts

6 Look at these words and listen to me read them out loud: astronaut asterisk Turn and tell your partner what these two words have in common. Give a thumbs up if you said that they both share the word part ast. Remember that astr and aster are Greek word parts meaning “star”. When you come to a longer word, looking for familiar Greek word parts can help you determine its meaning.

7 Copy the words below, and work with your partner to identify and circle the Greek word part in each word. Read the words aloud to your partner. hydrate optical rehydration chronometer chronological bivalve

8 Check your work. How many of these did you correctly identify? hydrate optical rehydration chronometer chronological bivalve

9 Review of Lesson 28: Latin Word Parts

10 Look at these words and listen to me read them out loud: erupt disrupt Turn and tell your partner what these two words have in common. Give a thumbs up if you said that they both share the word part upt. Remember that upt is a Latin word part meaning “to break”. When you come to a longer word, looking for familiar Greek word parts can help you determine its meaning.

11 Copy the words below, and work with your partner to identify and circle the Latin word part in each word. Read the words aloud to your partner. abrupt edict rehydration auditorium contradict corrupt

12 How many of Latin word parts did you correctly identify? Compare your work to the words below. abrupt edict rehydration auditorium contradict corrupt

13 Review of Lesson 29: Use Decoding Strategies

14 Look at this word and watch me read it: camouflage Remember, borrowed words came into English from other languages and can be tricky to decode because in other languages, letters often stand for different sounds than they do in English. The pronunciation of borrowed words often need to be confirmed in a dictionary.

15 With your partner look at the list of borrowed words below. Pronounce each word to your partner and underline the part of the word that has a different sound than what you might expect (since it is a borrowed word from another language besides English). Confirm your prediction with the dictionary. tableau karaoke adobe stucco galleon masquerade


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