Prefixes, Suffixes, and Root Words. Goal: Students will use knowledge of word recognition skills. Students will practice using prefixes and suffixes to determine how the meaning of the base word changes. Prefixes, Suffixes, and Base Words. What is important to know???. Base Words.
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Students will use knowledge of word recognition skills. Students will practice using prefixes and suffixes to determine how the meaning of the base word changes.
What is important to know???
A base word is a word in its simplest form. A
base word has nothing added to it.
Write the base words.
Un + happy = unhappy
Re + do = redo
=in a certain way
in a sad way
to heat again
the opposite of lock
to read again
full of health
in a slow way
Randy’s bike tire was flat. He couldn’t find the pump because the garage was in disorder. “It’s hopeless,” said Randy. “I’ll never make it to the soccer game on time.”
“That’s nonsense,” said his brother Jake. “You can use my bike.”