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Vocabulary and Concept Development EDI. Standard: 1.4 Use knowledge of antonyms, synonyms, homophones, and homographs to determine the meanings of words. Learning Objective. concept. I will determine the meanings of words by identifying the meaning of homographs. skill.

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Vocabulary and concept development edi

Vocabulary and Concept Development EDI

Standard:

1.4 Use knowledge of antonyms, synonyms, homophones, and homographs to determine the meanings of words.


Learning objective
Learning Objective

concept

  • I will determine the meanings of words by identifying the meaning of homographs.

skill


Activating prior knowledge
Activating Prior Knowledge

  • Have you ever read the word “lead”?

  • “Lead” can be read as /lēd/ or /led/.

  • “Lead” is a homograph because it has the same spelling but two different meanings?

  • In this case “lead” also has two different pronunciations.


Concept development
Concept Development

  • Homograph : a word with the same spelling as another or others but with a different meaning and origin, and, sometimes, a different pronunciation .

Bullet proof definitions

  • Homographs: words that have the same spelling but different meanings and sometimes different pronunciations.

Student friendly definitions


Tell your partner what homographs are

Homographs are words that have the same spelling but different meanings and sometimes different pronunciations.

Tell your partner what homographs are.


Read the following homographs
Read the following homographs:

story

bank

wind

/wind/

/wjnd/

second

rest

date

rose

yard

row

tears

/tērs/

/ters/


Read the following homographs1
Read the following homographs:

story

bank

wind

/wind/

/wjnd/

second

rest

date

rose

yard

row

tears

/tērs/

/ters/


Importance
Importance

  • Have you ever been confused about a word and have not been able to figure out its meaning?

  • Have you ever had to use knowledge of word meaning to figure out the meaning of a new or difficult word?


Skill development
Skill Development

story

  • Read these homographs:

second

date

yard

row


Skill development1
Skill Development

  • Read these homographs:

wind

/wind/

/wjnd/

tears

/ters/

/tērs/

bow

/bou/

/b#/


Skill development2
Skill Development

  • Read these homographs:

bank

rest

rose

tire


sound a dog makes

tree covering

bark

date

day, month and year

sweet fruit

second

next after the first

very short time

wind

moving air

to turn

story

tale

floor of a building

ground around a house

thirty-six inches

yard

rest

be still or quiet

what is left

row

line of people or things

to use oars


be still or quiet

  • Match these homographs to the correct definition:

tree covering

bark

ground around a house

sweet fruit

date

second

very short time

tale

wind

moving air

to turn

story

next after the first

floor of a building

yard

thirty-six inches

day, month and year

rest

what is left

sound a dog makes

row

to use oars

line of people or things


Answer these questions
Answer these questions:

  • What is homograph?

  • Are bark and bark homographs?

  • Words that are spelled the same are called?

  • Are wind and wind homographs?

  • Do homographs always have the same pronunciation?


Identify the homographs by their meaning
Identify the homographs by their meaning.

Guided Practice

  • tree covering

  • sweet fruit

  • very short time

  • to turn

  • floor of a building

  • thirty-six inches

  • what is left

  • to use oars

  • sounds a dog makes

  • day, month, and year

  • next after the first

  • moving air

  • tale

  • ground around a house

  • be still or quiet

  • line of people or things


Meaning in context
Meaning in Context

Think of the different meanings of each word. Write the word from the list that makes sense in each sentence.

tire bank rose bow tears

  • Sometimes we fish from the _______________ of the river, but sometimes we go out on a boat.

  • Mayra had __________________ in her eyes when she said good-bye to all her old friends.

  • At the end of the play, everyone in the cast came on stage and takes a ____________________.

  • As her parents watched with love and concern from the audience, Debbie _________________ to give her speech accepting the award.

  • The police officer stopped to help the young man and change a flat __________________.

bank

tears

bow

rose

tire


Meaning in context1
Meaning in Context

Think of the different meanings of each word. Write the word from the list that makes sense in each sentence.

tire bank rose bow tears

6. Did you tie the _________________ for this present?

7. Since I’ve been exercising regularly, I don’t _________________ nearly as quickly.

8. My dentist gives a single red _________________ to every patient who has a good checkup.

9. If you’re going to the _________________, you’d better hurry; it closes at five o’clock.

10. Our puppy always ___________________ our newspapers to shreds.

bow

tire

bow

bank

tears


Closure
Closure

  • Homographs are –

  • Homographs are words that have the same spelling but different meanings and sometimes different pronunciations.


Independent practice
Independent Practice

Match the bolded word with the best definition:

  • The letters R.S. were carved in the bark of the tree.

  • a. moving sides b. tree covering c. sound a dog makes

  • What is the date of that letter.

  • a. day, month, and year b. tale c. sweet fruit

  • This is the second time Sara has been to the dentist this year.

  • a. very short time b. to turn c. next after the first

  • Don’t forget to wind the clock after you set it.

  • a. moving air b. what is left c. to turn

5. Does Yuri live in this row of red brick houses.

a. line of people or things b. floor of a building c. to use oars


Extension
Extension

Read each homograph. Match with the proper meaning. Some homographs will have two meanings.

  • __ tears

  • __ rose

  • __ tire

  • __ bank

  • __ bow

  • __ story

  • __ second

  • __ date

  • __ row

  • __ wind

a

  • rips

  • flower

  • became weary

  • land along a river

  • fancy knot

  • water from the eyes

  • got up

  • line of people or things

  • place where money is kept

  • bend from the waist

  • tale

  • very short time

  • very sweet fruit

  • to turn

b

c

i

d

j

k

l

m

h

n


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