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Before and After Roots and Affixes Intermediate Reading CCSS: 3/4/5.RF.3 Identify and know the meaning of the most common prefixes and suffixes. Use morphology.

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1 Before and After Roots and Affixes Intermediate Reading CCSS: 3/4/5.RF.3 Identify and know the meaning of the most common prefixes and suffixes. Use morphology to read accurately unfamiliar multisyllabic words in and out of context. Encourage building of new vocabulary in reading and writing with this activity based on root words, prefixes and affixes. What’s included: □ Task Card in WORD (click on slide to open in WORD for editing OR open the separate TASK CARD DOC on the website) □ Anchor Charts □ Materials Needed: notebook paper □ Technology Connection: Copyright © 2013 Innovative Educational Programs. Reproduction rights granted to CHILD Teachers and permitted only for use as instructional material.

2 Copyright © 2013 Innovative Educational Programs. Reproduction rights granted to CHILD Teachers and permitted only for use as instructional material.

3 Root Word A word that makes sense all by itself. It is sometimes called a base word.

4 Prefix A prefix is a word part that is added to the beginning of a root word to change the word’s meaning. Example: Replay Re = to do again Replay = to play again Let’s watch the replay to see if the ball was inbounds. Prefixes often change the meaning of a word from positive to negative, or negative to positive.

5 Common Prefixes Words can have more than one prefix: un en lighten inter con tinental Often the spelling of a root word changes when it combines with a prefix: exclaim, exclamation PrefixMeaningExample s anti- against, opposite antiwar, antisocial bi-two biped, bilingual dis- the reverse of disagree, disable im-not immobile, immovable mid-middle midterm, midtown pre- earlier, before prejudge, preview re- back, again reappear, return sub- under, less than submarine, subzero n- not, reverse of unarm, unaware

6 Suffix A suffix is a word part that is added to the end of a root word to change the word’s meaning. Example: Carelessly less = without ly = like, in manner of He put his clothes away carelessly, thus they fell out of the closet and onto the floor. Suffixes often tell you what kind of word (noun, adverb, etc.) it is part of and how it should be used in a sentence.

7 Common Suffixes Words can have more than one suffix: mind less ly embarrass ing ly Often the spelling of a root word changes when it combines with a suffix: brief, brevity Suffixes that form Nouns Examples -ageluggage -hoodstatehood -ment judgement Suffixes that form Adjectives Examples -icbionic -someworrisome -ibleincredible Suffixes that form Adverbs Examples -fullybeautifully -wardbackward -wise clockwise Suffixes that form Verbs Examples -enbrighten -fynotify -yzeanalyze

8 Root Word A word that makes sense all by itself. It is sometimes called a base word.

9 Prefix A prefix is a word part that is added to the beginning of a root word to change the word’s meaning. Example: Replay Re = to do again Replay = to play again Let’s watch the replay to see if the ball was inbounds. Prefixes often change the meaning of a word from positive to negative, or negative to positive.

10 Common Prefixes Words can have more than one prefix: un en lighten inter con tinental Often the spelling of a root word changes when it combines with a prefix: exclaim, exclamation PrefixMeaningExample s anti- against, opposite antiwar, antisocial bi-two biped, bilingual dis- the reverse of disagree, disable im-not immobile, immovable mid-middle midterm, midtown pre- earlier, before prejudge, preview re- back, again reappear, return sub- under, less than submarine, subzero n- not, reverse of unarm, unaware

11 Suffix A suffix is a word part that is added to the end of a root word to change the word’s meaning. Example: Carelessly less = without ly = like, in manner of He put his clothes away carelessly, thus they fell out of the closet and onto the floor. Suffixes often tell you what kind of word (noun, adverb, etc.) it is part of and how it should be used in a sentence.

12 Common Suffixes Words can have more than one suffix: mind less ly embarrass ing ly Often the spelling of a root word changes when it combines with a suffix: brief, brevity Suffixes that form Nouns Examples -ageluggage -hoodstatehood -ment judgement Suffixes that form Adjectives Examples -icbionic -someworrisome -ibleincredible Suffixes that form Adverbs Examples -fullybeautifully -wardbackward -wise clockwise Suffixes that form Verbs Examples -enbrighten -fynotify -yzeanalyze


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