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The Word Mapping Strategy-Suffixes. Lesson 1. The Word Mapping Strategy. Suffix Lesson One Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

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The Word Mapping Strategy

Suffix Lesson One

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 1 Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes (-s, -es, -’s, -s’, -ed, -ing)) and separate them from the rest of the words by underlining them. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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death relating to plural

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

more than one being who is subject to death

instructor’s– (in “ ____” + struct “____________” + -or “__________” + -’s “ ____________”) =

in build or form one who

possessive

belonging to one who builds knowledge; belonging to one who teaches

distorts– (dis- “________________” + -tort “_______” +-s “____________”)

=

not or opposite of to twist present tense

twist out of shape

evoked– (e- “_____” + -vok “__________” +ed “___________”)

=

out to call past tense

called out

subverting– (sub- “ ______” + vert- “ _______” +-ing “_______________”)

=

under to turn present participle

turning under; undermining; destroying

advocating– (ad- “_________” + voc “_________” +-ate “______________”

+ -ing “________________” )

=

to make to call having to do with

present participle

having to do with speaking in favor of

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Suffix Lesson Two

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 2Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes (-s, -es, -’s, -s’, -ed, -ing)) and separate them from the rest of the words by underlining them. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

* An inflectional suffix that is also a derivational suffix

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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Read this table of targeted suffixes and potential “tricksters.” Contribute more words containing the targeted suffixes and the add some tricksters to the list.

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INFLECTIONAL SUFFIXES

A morpheme that is placed at the end of a word, and that changes the formof the word, its number, its point of view, its tense, or shows possession, or shows comparison. They do not change the meaning of the word itself. These suffixes are easy to remember because you have been working with them all through your lives.

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The second type of suffix is the derivational suffix. Like other suffixes, derivational suffixes are morphemes, and they are placed at the end of a word. In addition, they also create a different form of the word so that the meaning of the word has changed.

For example, if we add the suffix ‘-er’ to ‘quilt’ which is a type of blanket with many colorful pieces, we get ‘quilter’ or a person who makes quilts. The meaning of the word has changed from a blanket to a person.

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To review, we have two types of suffixes: inflectional and derivational. For the most part, the categories have different suffixes in them. However, three suffixes are both inflectional and derivational. Which ones do you think they are?

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offer past participle

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

to have offered

transformer– (trans “ ______” + form “_____________” + -er “_________”)

=

across form or change that which

that which changes across something;

something that changes electric current

daintier– (dainty- “________________” + -er “_______”)

=

delicate more

more delicate; more delicately beautiful or charming;

more exquisite

benefactor– (bene- “_______” + fact “____________” +or “___________”)

=

good to make or do one who

one who does good; one who gives aid; especially financial

conductor– (conduct- “ ___________” + -or “__________________”)

=

convey one who, that which

that which carries or conveys; a substance or medium that conveys heat, light, sound, or especially an electric charge

loveliest– (lovely- “_________” + -est “_________”)

=

enjoyable most

most enjoyable; most delightful

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Suffix Lesson Three

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 3Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L”. Highlight the targeted word. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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Read this table of targeted suffixes and potential “tricksters.” Contribute more words containing the targeted suffixes and the add some tricksters to the list.

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good speak or say act, state, result of

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

the act of saying good things; a blessing or prayer

circumspection– (circum “ _______________” + spec “____________” + -tion “____________________”) =

around to look act, state, result of

the act of looking around

excitement– (ex- “____” + cite “_____________” + --ment “_____________”)

=

out set in motion act, result of

the act of setting into outward motion; stirred into activity

amendment– (a- “_____” + mend “______________” +-ment “___________”)

=

with to repair or fix act, result of

the act of repairing something;

an alteration or addition to the law

immortality– (im- “ ____” + mort “__________” +-al “____________”+ -ity “_______________”)=

not death relating to state , quality

related to the state of not dying; the state of living forever

inventiveness– (invent- “________________________” + -ive “_________” +-ness “______________”) =

to create something new making state of

the state of making or creating something new; skillful at inventing

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Suffix Lesson Four

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 4 Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L”. Highlight the targeted word. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context of the paragraph.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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Read this table of targeted suffixes and potential “tricksters.” Contribute more words containing the targeted suffixes and the add some tricksters to the list.

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large, impressive thing relating to

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

relating to a large impressive thing

scary– (scare “ _______________” + -y “____________________”)

=

frighten like, characterized by

like or characterized as frightening

pathetic– (path- “__________________” + -et +-ic “_____________”)

=

feeling or suffering like, nature of

the nature of feeling or suffering

hopelessly– (hope- “__________________” + -less “____________” +-y “___________________”) =

wish, expect without like, characterized by

characterized as without wishes or expectations

commercial– (commerce “ _______________” + -ial “____________”)

=

business relating to

relating to business

familial– (famil “_________________” + -ial “____________________”)

=

family relating to

relating to family

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Suffix Lesson Five

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 5Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L”. Highlight the targeted word. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context of the paragraph.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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Read this table of targeted suffixes and potential “tricksters.” Contribute more words containing the targeted suffixes and the add some tricksters to the list.

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not believable full of, having

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

full of not believing; full of disbelief; skeptical

vivacious– (viva “ _______________” + -ious “____________________”)

=

life full of, having

full of life; lively or spirited

fanciful– (fancy- “__________________” + -ful “_____________”)

=

imagination full of

full of imagination; whimsical; imaginative

frightful– (fright “__________________” + -ful “____________”)

=

fear full of, having

full of fear; terrifying, horrifying

careless– (care “ _______________” + -less “____________”)

=

worry without

without worry

restless– (rest “_________________” + -less “____________________”)

=

peace without

without peace; inability to remain still

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Suffix Lesson Six

Read the table below, give the meaning of each word part and pronounce the targeted words.

Read the sample paragraph at the top of Lesson 6Learning Sheet. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L”. Highlight the targeted word. Discuss the meaning of the words within the context of the paragraph.Complete the practice activity for identifying targeted suffixes. Find the targeted suffixes and separate them from the rest of the words by using an “L.” Discuss the meaning of the words within the context.

LANGUAGE STANDARD 4: VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND USE

Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).

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Read this table of targeted suffixes and potential “tricksters.” Contribute more words containing the targeted suffixes and the add some tricksters to the list.

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not to hold, defend can be

Predict the meaning of the following words by filling in the blanks. You will be expected to memorize the definitions in red.

cannot be held; cannot be defended

retractable– (re “ __________” + -tract “_______” + -able “______________”)

=

back, again pull able, can do

can pull back; can be taken back

intangible– (in- “_____” + -tang “___________” + -ible “_________________”) =

not to touch can be done, able

cannot touch; not touchable; not capable of being realized

exhaustive– (exhaust “____________” + -ive “______________________”) =

to drain causing, making

causing to drain; comprehensive or thorough

expatiate– (ex- “ ________” + pati “____________” + -ate “____________”) =

out of spread cause

cause to spread out; to go on and on; to speak or write at length

dictate– (dict- “_________________” + --ate “____________________”)

=

say or speak cause, make

Causing or making a speech; to command