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5 th Grade Decoding/Word Attack Review. Lesson 20 Structural Analysis: Prefixes im -, in-, ir - il -, Suffixes –ant, - ent , - eer , - ist , - ian , - ous , - eous , - ious , Decode Longer Words. Structural Analysis: Prefixes im -, in- ir -, il -.

5 th Grade Decoding/Word Attack Review

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Lesson 20

Structural Analysis: Prefixes im-, in-, ir- il-, Suffixes –ant, -ent, -eer, -ist, -ian, -ous, -eous, -ious, Decode Longer Words

### Structural Analysis: Prefixes im-, in- ir-, il-

Look at this word and watch me read it: immature

Turn to your partner and divide the word into syllables. Be sure to identify the prefix and the root word.

im/ma/ture

prefix-im, and root word mature

Did you notice that the prefix formed the first syllable of the word?

### Structural Analysis: Prefixes im-, in- ir-, il-

Look at the chart below. Copy this chart into your journal. Read each word, then write its prefix and root word in the proper columns. Be sure that you can blend the parts back together to read the word.

in con/sist/ent

im mo/bile

illu/min/ate

in cap/a/ble

irra/tion/al

### Structural Analysis: Suffixes –ant, -ent, -eer, -ist, -ian, ous, -eous, -ious

Look at this word and watch me read it: accountant

Turn to your partner and divide the word into syllables. Be sure to identify the suffix and the root word.

ac/count/ant

suffix-ant, and root word account

### Structural Analysis: Suffixes –ant, -ent, -eer, -ist, -ian, ous, -eous, -ious

• Remember that:

• Breaking longer words into smaller parts, such as prefixes, suffixes, and root words can help you decode the words.

• The suffix –iancan be pronounced with 1 or 2 syllables depending on the word to which it is attached.

### Structural Analysis: Suffixes –ant, -ent, -eer, -ist, -ian, ous, -eous, -ious

Look at the chart below. Copy this chart into your journal. Read each word, then write its suffix and root word in the proper columns. Be sure that you can blend the parts back together to read the word.

ab/sorbent

glam/or ous

as/sist ant

li/brar/y ian(note it has 2 syllables in this word)

pol/i/tic ian

la/borious

beau/tyeous

### Decode Longer Words

When you come to a longer word, you can try several different strategies to determine its pronunciation. You can…

Use letter sounds and look for familiar words and patterns.

Try dividing the word into syllables

Break the word into smaller word parts, such as roots and affixes.

Use a dictionary to clarify the word’s pronunciation.

### Decode Longer Words

Look at the words below. Think about the strategies to decode words that we have practiced. Tell your partner what each word is and what strategy you used.

irretrievable dubious miraculous contentment implode immaculate