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Word Parts. Base Words, Roots, and Affixes. Quick Write. What do you know about word parts? What is a prefix? What is a suffix? What is a base word? What is a root? Give examples. Write what you think. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Base Words.

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Word parts

Word Parts

Base Words, Roots, and Affixes


Quick write

Quick Write

What do you know about word parts? What is a prefix? What is a suffix? What is a base word? What is a root? Give examples.

Write what you think. It doesn’t have to be perfect.


Base words

Base Words

  • A base word is a word part that contains the core meaning of a word and can also stand alone.

  • Examples: form, operate,

    approve, believe, read, etc.

  • reform, cooperate,

    disapprove, believable, reading


Check for understanding

Check for Understanding

  • Rally Robin with your partner to identify the base words in the following words:

  • Preselect

  • Education

  • Dancing

  • Restate

  • Happily

  • Distasteful


Roots

Roots

  • A rootis a word part that contains the core meaning of a word and cannot stand alone.

  • Examples: cred, man, bio, logy, etc.

  • incredible, manicure, biology


Partner talk

Partner Talk

A – What is a base word? Give an example.

B – What is a root? Give an example.

A – Compare base words and roots.

B – Contrast base words and roots.


Prefixes

Prefixes

  • A prefixis a word part added to the beginning of a word that affects its meaning.

  • Examples: re, de, in, co, dis, etc.

  • reform, deflate, incredible, cooperate, disbelief


Check for understanding1

Check for Understanding

  • Rally Robin with your partner to identify the prefixes in the following words:

  • Preselect

  • Deform

  • Nonbeliever

  • Restate

  • Indoors

  • Distasteful


Suffixes

Suffixes

  • A suffixis a word part added to the endof a word that affects its meaning.

  • Examples: tion, less, ful, er, etc.

  • education, careless, joyful, teacher


Partner talk1

Partner Talk

A – What is a prefix? Give an example.

B – What is a suffix? Give an example.

A – Compare prefixes and suffixes.

B – Contrast prefixes and suffixes..


Card sort

Card Sort

Use your cards to build words with base words, prefixes, and/or suffixes.

As you build a word, write it in your notebook to build a list.

You may use a dictionary.


Summary

Summary

In the summary section of your notes, restate what you’ve learned about word parts today. Be sure to define base words, roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Compare and contrast them. Give examples. You should write at least 5 sentences.


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