English- Language Arts


Vocabulary

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1st Grade Sight Words 1 1st Grade Sight Words 2 1st Grade Sight Words 3 1st Grade Sight Words 4 2nd Grade Sight Words 1 2nd Grade Sight Words 2 2nd Grade Sight Words 3 2nd Grade Sight Words 4 2nd Grade Sight Words 5 3rd Grade Sight Words 1 3rd Grade Sight Words 2 3rd Grade Sight Words 3 3rd Grade Sight Words 4 Accessories Adding-2 Plus Single Digit Numbers All About Me- Name my Body Parts All About Me-The 5 Senses and the Body Parts that Coordinate All About Me-Words to Describe Me! All or Nothing-Vocabulary from Classical Roots Animal Names Animals that Fly Around the City Art Vocabulary (1) Art Vocabulary (2) Art Vocabulary (3) Asking For/Giving Directions Autumn Baby vs. Adult-Animals Baseball Bathroom Items Beach Items Bedroom Items Bedroom Words Birds Black Words Blue Words Body Parts Body Parts Unique to Animals Breads and Grains Brown Words Build your Vocabulary-10 Build your Vocabulary-2 Build your Vocabulary-3 Build your Vocabulary-4 Build your Vocabulary-5 Build your Vocabulary-6 Build your Vocabulary-7 Build your Vocabulary-8 Build your Vocabulary-9 Choose the Two Same Sight Words Christmas Classroom Items Cleaning Tools Clothes Clothing Colors Common Aches & Pains Common Comparisons Commonly Confused Words Commonly Misspelled Words Community Members Compound Words Compound Words Construction Tools Contractions Contractions Contractions Contractions Contractions with "not" Counting 1-10 Counting by 10's Daily Routine Days of the Week Descriptive Words Desserts Different Dairy Products Different Drinks Different types of Meat Dinner Items Directions Doctor Office Dolch Sight Words- Nouns Domestic Pets Electronics Emotions Emotions Family Members Family Words Family Words Farm Farm Animals Fast Foods Feelings Find the word in the Sentence First Aide Kit Words First Grade Sight Words First Grade Sight Words with Sentences Fishing Food Groups Football Form Contractions with "not" Frequently Confused Words Fruit Garden Geography Words Gray Words Green Words Hair Holidays Home Homographs Homonyms Homophones Household Chores Household Furniture Household Items Identify the Prefix Identify the Suffix Identifying Sight Words Idioms Insects Items for Baby Items Found in a School Bag Items Found in the Kitchen Items in a Classroom Items Typically Found in an Office Jobs Jobs and Professions Kindergarten Sight Words Kindergarten Sight Words 1 Kindergarten Sight Words 10 Kindergarten Sight Words 11 Kindergarten Sight Words 12 Kindergarten Sight Words 2 Kindergarten Sight Words 3 Kindergarten Sight Words 4 Kindergarten Sight Words 5 Kindergarten Sight Words 6 Kindergarten Sight Words 7 Kindergarten Sight Words 8 Kindergarten Sight Words 9 Kindergarten Sight Words with Sentences Kitchen Utensils Kitchen Words Living Room Items Location Words Meanings of Come Meanings of Do Meanings of Get Miscellaneous Slang Misunderstood Words and Phrases Money Words Musical Instruments Mythology Vocabulary Names of Fruits Names of Vegetables Nature Negative Agreement Nouns: Singular and Plural Number Words Numbers: Words from Classical Roots Occupations (1) Occupations (2) Occupations (3) Ocean Life Office Items One vs. Many-Animals Orange Words Organs Inside the Human Body Partitives Parts of a Bird Parts of a Car Parts of a Flower Parts of a Tree Pizza Fractions Plural Words Plural Words Pre-K Sight Words 1 Pre-K Sight Words 2 Pre-K Sight Words 3 Pre-K Sight Words 4 Pre-K Sight Words 5 Pre-K Sight Words 6 Pre-K Sight Words 7 Pre-K Sight Words 8 Pre-K Sight Words 9 Pre-K Sight Words with a Sentence Prepositions Purple Words Question Words Questions Red Words Reptiles Rhyming Words Rooms Root Words Root Words School Seasons Second Grade Sight Words Second Grade Sight Words with Sentences Sense Words Senses Sensory Words Sequences Shapes Shower Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Sight Words Special Places Sports Sports (1) Sports (2) Sports (3) Spring Summer Third Grade Sight Words with Sentences Time Time Expressions Time Words Time-Order Words Tools Transportation Types of Animals Types of Transportation Use Color Words Use Number Words: One to Five Use Number Words: One to Ten Use Number Words: Six to Ten Using Affixes and Root Words "alt" Using Affixes and Root Words "aqua" Using Affixes and Root Words "ern" Using Affixes and Root Words "hydro" Using Affixes and Root Words "mar" Using Affixes and Root Words "Sum" Using Affixes and Root Words "super" Using Affixes and Root Words "val" Using Affixes and Root Words "Ward" Using Affixes and Root Words "wise" Using Sense Words Using Sometime and Sometimes Vacation Vegetables Vocabulary Vocabulary 1 Vocabulary 10 Vocabulary 11 Vocabulary 2 Vocabulary 3 Vocabulary 4 Vocabulary 5 Vocabulary 6 Vocabulary 7 Vocabulary 8 Vocabulary 9 Vocabulary from Classical Roots Vocabulary Set #8 Vocabulary Set 1 Vocabulary Set 2 Vocabulary Set 3 Vocabulary Set 4 Vocabulary Set 5 Vocabulary Set 6 Vocabulary Set 7 Vocabulary Set 9 Vocabulary Test Prep Weather Weather Words What are Homophones? What are Multiple-Meaning Words? What is a Family? Where can Families Live? White Words Winter Winter Gear Words about School Words ending in -an Words Ending in "ch" Words Ending in "mp" Words Ending in "nd" Words Ending in "ng" Words Ending in "nk" Words Ending in "nt" Words Ending in "sh" Words Ending in "sp" Words Ending in "st" Words Ending in "tch" Words Ending in "th" Words for Commonly Confused Words Words with "ace" Words with "ade" Words with "age" Words with "ake" Words with "ale" Words with "ame" Words with "ane" Words with "ape" Words with "ate" Words with "ave" Words with "ch" Words with "ibe" Words with "ice" Words with "ide" Words with "oo" Words with "sh" Yellow Words Zoo Animals
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Grammar

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Active Voice Basic Prepositions Beside and Besides By, Buy and Bye Can & Could Causatives- Make and Get Causatives-Have and Let Comparative and Superlative Compounds Conjunctions Conjunctions Contractions Coordinating Conjunctions Coordinating Conjunctions Correct Form of To Be and To Have Correct Past Tense Form- To Be Correct Present Tense Form- To Be Correlative Conjunctions Correlative Cunjunctions Definite and Indefinite Articles Demonstrative Adjectives Determiners Diacritics Double Negatives Eat, Eats, & Ate Find the Antonyms in Context Find the Synonym in Context First Conditional Future Tense Future Tense "will" Gerunds Go, Going, and Went Had, Has, Have Homonyms Homophones Homophones Homophones Identify the Punctuation Marks Identifying Idioms and Adages Idioms Literalized Imperatives Impersonal "it" and "there" Infinitives Interjections Is, Am, & Are Its and It’s Making Verbs Misplaced Modifier Modals of Ability Modals of Advice Modals of Necessity Modals of Polite Request Modals with "not" Onomatopoeia Onomatopoeia Parts of Speech Parts of Speech Passive Voice Past Tense Prepositions Present Tense Qualitative Adjectives See, Saw, & Sees Select the Best Preposition Sentence Structure- Run-On Sentence Structure-Fragments Similes Singular and Plural Subordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions Subordinating Conjunctions Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homophones Than & Then There, Their, & They're There, Their, They're, Your and You're This, That, These, Those To be: Use the Correct form To have: Use the Correct form To, Too, and Two Use the Correct Homophone Using "a" and "an" Using Coordinating Conjunctions Using Correlative Conjunctions Using I and Me Using Interrogatives Using Parallel Structure Using the Article: A, An, or The Using the Correct Article: a, an, or the Was & Were What are Conjunctions? What are Prepositions? What is a Homonym? What is Onomatopoeia? Zero Conditional
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Writing Conventions

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5 Paragraph Essay Writing Analogies and Connotations Avoiding Redundancy Building a Paragraph Capitalization Capitalization Rules Capitalization-Days, Months, & Holidays Capitalization-Names, Pets, and Titles of Respect Capitalizing Dates & Names of People Capitalizing Titles Cause and Effect Cause and Effect Cause and Effect Choosing the Best Transition Citing Work in MLA Format Classifying Logical Fallacies Collocations Common Writing Mistakes Complete Sentences Complex Sentences Compound Sentences Conclusions for Informational Text Determine the Main Idea Determining a Word's Meaning Distinguishing Facts from Opinions Expository Writing Fiction vs. Nonfiction Finding the Author's Point of View Formatting and Capitalizing Titles: Review Formatting Quotations and Dialogue Formatting Street Addresses Formatting Titles Formulating and Incorporating New Ideas Fragments and run on Sentences Greetings and Closings When Writing a Letter Homophones with pictures How to Take Notes How to Transition from Different Ideas Identify Independent Clauses Identify Text Structures Identifying Text Structures Identifying Time-Order Words Idioms Language Conventions and Writing Skills Libel and Plagiarism Logical Fallacies Making a Proper Sentence Matching Causes and Their Effects Metaphors and Similes Misplaced or Dangling Modifier Name the Punctuation Negatives and Appositives Opinion Transitions Order Topics from Broadest to Narrowest Order Topics from Broadest to Narrowest Organize Information by Main Idea Organize Information by Main Idea Organizing Information by Main Idea Organizing Information by Main Idea Paragraph Writing Parts of a Friendly Letter Parts of Speech Personal Narrative Persuasive Language Persuasive Writing Persuasive Writing Plagiarism Plot Structure Elements Possessive Pronouns Prepositions Priming and Assimilation Pronouns Proverbs Punctuation Punctuation Punctuation Reasons to Support an Opinion Reasons to Support an Opinion Revise, Edit, and Publish Sequence of Events Simple Sentences Story vs. Narrative Text Types The Art of Storytelling The Eight Parts of Speech The Writing Process Thesis Statements Transition Words Types of Organizational Structure in Informational Texts Types of Text Features in Informational Texts Types of Writing Understanding the Main Idea and Details Using Commas Properly Using in-text Citation in MLA Format What Gives My Story Power? What Good Writers Do What is Opinion Writing? What is Plagiarism? Who, What, Where, When, Why Words for Effect Words for How to Add Description Writing Words on How to Improve Your Paragraph Words on How to Narrow Your Topic Words to Develop Cause and Effect, Comparison, and Contrast; Argument Paragraphs Words to Develop Narration, Illustrative and Description Words to Understand the Basics of Good Writing Writer's Tone Writing a Narrative Piece Writing an Essay Writing an Informative Piece Writing an Opinion Piece Writing Checklist Writing Conventions Writing Informational Texts Writing Literary Genres Writing Techniques Writing Using an Active Voice
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Sentence Structure

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Change the Sentence to Future Tense Choose the Right Punctuation to End the Sentence Combine Sentences Using Relative Clauses Complete Sentence Dependent and Independent Clauses Features of a Sentence How to Identify the Complete Predicate of a Sentence How to Identify the Complete Subject of a Sentence How to Identify the Predicate of a Sentence How to Identify the Subject of the Sentence How to Order Words to Create a Sentence Identify Commands Identify Exclamations Identify Questions Identify Statements Identify the Compound Subject or Compound Predicate of a Sentence Identifying the Naming and Action Part of the Sentence Indefinite Pronoun-Verb Agreement Is it a Complete Sentence, a Sentence Fragment, or a Run-On Sentence? Is it a Complete Sentence? Is it a Phrase or a Clause? Is it a Simple or Compound Sentence? Is the Sentence Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, or Exclamatory? Is the Sentence Simple, Compound, Complex, or Compound-Complex? Is the Sentence Written in the Past, Present or Future Tense? Misplaced Modifiers Parallel Structure Past, Present & Future Tense Sentences Redundant Words or Phrases Run-On Sentence Sentence Fragments Sentence Structure Sentence Types-Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative or Exclamatory? Simple and Compound Sentences Statement, Question, Command, or Exclamation? Subjects and Predicates Transition with Conjunctive Adverbs Types of Sentences Types of Sentences Unscramble the Words to Make a Complete Sentence Using the Correct Verb-With Compound Subjects What Does the Punctuation Suggest? What is a Compound Sentence? What is a Run-On Sentence? What is a Sentence Fragment? What is a Simple Sentence? What Makes a Sentence Complete? What Type of Sentence is it? Who, What, When, Where and Why? Words for addressing Capitalizaton Words for fixing Choppy Sentences Words for Run on Sentences and Comma Splice Words for Subject Verb Agreement
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Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adverbs, and Adjectives

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Abstract Nouns Abstract Nouns Action Verbs Action Verbs with Pictures Active and Passive Voice Adjectives Adjectives Adjectives Adjectives Adjectives Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives and Adverbs Adjectives that Compare Adjectives Vs. Adverbs Adjectives: Comparatives & Superlatives Adverbial Modifier Adverbs Adverbs Adverbs of Manner Adverbs that Compare Antecedents Antonyms Adjectives Basic Adjectives Basic Verbs Changing Verb Tense Choose an Adjective or Adverb Collective Nouns Common and Proper Nouns Common Versus Proper Nouns Common, Proper, Possessive Nouns Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Comparatives Compound Nouns Compound Subjects and Objects with "I" and "me" Compound Subjects and Objects with "I" and "me" Compound Subjects and Objects with Pronouns Concrete Nouns Correct Possessive Adjectives Correcting Inappropriate Shifts in Pronoun Number and Person Countable Nouns Degree Adverbs Demonstrative Pronouns Descriptive Adverbs Distributive Adjectives Does the Adjective Tell You What Kind, or How Many? Does the Adverb Tell you How, When or Where? Does the Adverb tell you How, When, or Where? Fill in the Conjuction Find the Pronoun Find the Verb Form and Use Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Form and Use Plural Nouns Form and Use Plurals of Compound Nouns Form and Use Plurals of Compound Nouns Form and Use Plurals of Nouns ending in: f, fe, o, and y Form Plurals of Nouns ending in: f, fe, o, and y Form Pronoun-Verb Contractions Form the Perfect Verb Tense Form the Progressive Verb Tense Form the Singular or Plural Possessive Form the Singular or Plural Possessive Noun Forming a Singular or Plural Possessive Forming Plural Nouns Frequency Adverbs Frequency Adverbs Future Tense Verbs Future Tense Verbs Gerunds and Their Functions Good, Better, Best, Bad, Worse and Worst Good, Better, Best, Bad, Worse, and Worst Helping Verbs Helping Verbs How to Identify Common and Proper Nouns Hyphens in Compound Adjectives I and Me Identify Abstract Nouns Identify Common and Proper Nouns Identify Linking Verbs, Predicate Adjectives, and Predicate Identify Plurals, Singular Possessives, and Plural Possessive Nouns Identify Prepositional Phrases Identify the Nouns Identify the Nouns in the Sentence Identify Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Identifying Adjectives Identifying Antecedents Identifying Intensive Pronouns Identifying Nouns Identifying Reflexive Pronouns Imaginary Nouns Inappropriate Shifts in Pronoun Number and Person Inappropriate shifts in Verb Tense Indirect Objects Infinitives and Infinitive Phrases Intensive Pronouns Interrogative Pronouns Intransitive Verbs Invisible Nouns Irregular Past Tense Irregular Past Tense Verbs Irregular Past Tense Verbs Irregular Past Tense Verbs Irregular Past Tense Verbs-Review Irregular Plural Nouns Irregular Verbs Is it a Common or Proper Noun? Is it a Direct Object or an Indirect Object? Is it an Adjective or Adverb? Is it an Adjective or Adverb? Is it an Adjective or Adverb? Is the Noun a Person, Animal, Place or Thing? Is the Pronoun Reflexive or Intensive? Is the Word an Adjective or Adverb? Linking Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs, Predicate Adjectives, and Predicate Nouns Main Verbs and Helping Verbs Manner Adverbs Modal Verbs Non-Separable Verbs Nouns and Verbs Nouns and Verbs Nouns with Compound and Joint Possession Nouns: Common and Proper Nouns: Singular and Plural Nouns:Compound and Joint Possession Order Adjectives Outdoor Activities Past Tense Verbs Past Tense Verbs Perfect Verb Tenses Personal and Reflexive Pronouns Personal and Reflexive Pronouns Personal Pronouns Personal Pronouns Personal, Possessive and Indefinite Pronouns Phrasal Verbs Place Adverbs Plural and Plural Possessive Nouns Plural and Possessive Nouns Plural Nouns Plural Nouns Plurals, Singular Possessives, and Plural Possessives Possessive Nouns Possessive Nouns Possessive Nouns Possessive Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Predicate Adjectives Predicate Nouns Progressive and Non-Progressive Verbs Progressive Verb Tense: Future Progressive Verb Tense: Past Progressive Verb Tense: Present Progressive Verb Tenses Progressive Verb Tenses Pronoun Errors with "who" Pronoun-Verb Agreement Pronoun-Verb Agreement Pronoun-Verb Contractions Pronoun-Verb Contractions Pronouns Pronouns Pronouns Pronouns and Adverbs Pronouns and Antecedents Pronouns and Their Antecedents Pronouns and Their Antecedents Proper Adjective Proper Nouns Quantitative Adjectives Recognizing Inappropriate Shifts in Pronoun Number and Person Reflective Pronouns Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns Regular Past Tense Verbs Regular Plural Nouns with -s, es, and ies Relative Adverbs Relative Pronouns "who" and "whom": Review Relative Pronouns: Who and Whom Relative Pronouns: Who, Whom, and Whose Replace the Noun with a Personal Pronoun Separable Verbs Shopping Verbs Simple Past, Present and Future Tense Verbs Singular and Plural Nouns Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns Singular and Plural Possessives Subject and Object personal Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns Subject and Object Pronouns: Review Subject vs. Object Pronouns Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Subject-Verb Agreement Subjective, Objective, and Possessive Pronouns Superlatives Time Adverbs To Be & To Have Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Transitive and Intransitive Verbs Transitive Verbs Types of Nouns Types of Nouns Types of Verbs Types of Verbs Uncountable Nouns Unusual Collective Nouns Use Reflexive Pronouns Using Action Verbs Using Reflexive Pronouns Using Reflexive Pronouns Using Relative Pronouns: Who, Whom, Whose, Which, and That Using the Correct Article Using the Relative Pronouns: Who and Whom Using the Relative Pronouns: Who, Whom, Whose, Which, and That Vague Pronoun References Vague Pronoun References Verb Moods Verb Tense Verb Tenses Verbs Verbs Used in Cooking Verbs with Infinitives and Gerunds Verbs: Be, Have & Do Well, Better, Best, Badly, Worse and Worst Well, Better, Best, Badly, Worse, and Worst What are Adjectives? What are Adjectives? What are Adverbs? What are Adverbs? What are Nouns? What are Pronouns? What are Verbs? What is a Gerund? What is a Pronoun? What is a Reflexive Pronoun? What is a Relative Pronoun? What is an Abstract Noun? What is an Intensive Pronoun? Words for help with Verb Tense Words to Avoid Adverb and Adjective Problems Words to Avoid Pronouns and Problems
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Reading Foundations/Comprehension

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Analyzing Author's Purpose Analyzing Authors Intention and Effect Analyzing Bias Analyzing Details in Complex Texts Analyzing Issues Analyzing Motives Analyzing Purpose and Structure Analyzing Short Stories Analyzing Sources Analyzing Structure and Key Ideas Analyzing the Development of Ideas Analyzing Tone Analyzing Two Arguments Analyzing Word Choice Author's Purpose Cause and Effect Character Traits vs. Character Feelings Clarifying Common Fictional Stories Themes Compare and Contrast Comparing & Contrasting Two Characters Comparing Similar Genres Context Clues Context Clues Determining Connotative and Figurative Meanings Determining Implicit Relationships Between Ideas Determining the Main Idea Determining the Theme Determining the Theme of Short Stories Differentiation of Author's Perspective Drawing Inferences Part 1 Drawing Inferences Part 2 Drawing Information from Images Elements of a Story Evaluating Impact of Genre and Format Evaluating Logic and Hidden Assumptions Evaluating Relevance and Sufficiency Evaluating Similar Topics in Different Formats Evaluating Validity and Reasoning Fact and Fiction Texts Fact and Opinion Fact or Opinion Fact Vs. Opinion Fairy Tales Figurative Language Genre Help to Infer Author's Purpose Help to Infer Relationships Between Events, People, and Ideas How Setting Affects the Mood of a Text How to Determine the Main Idea How to Distinguish Facts from Opinions Hyperbole Identify Story Elements Identify Supporting Details in Informational Texts Identifying and Summarizing Details Identifying Argument Development Identifying Implied Main Ideas Identifying Main Idea and Key Details in a Story Identifying Story Elements Identifying Supporting Details Identifying Supporting Evidence Identifying Supporting Evidence Identifying Supporting Ideas Identifying Text Features in Non-Fiction Identifying Theme Is it a Complete Sentence, Fragment or a Run-On? Key Words Logical Transitions Main Ideas & Supporting Details Making Inferences Making Predictions Making Predictions About a Story Match the Quotations and Their Themes Noting the Difference Between Related Words Parts of a Story Point of View Point of View Positive Character Traits Predicting Primary vs. Secondary Sources Problems and Solutions Questioning Reading Comprehension Strategies Reading Comprehension Strategies Reading Comprehension Strategy TURNS-4 Reading for Comprehension Reading to Comprehend Reading to Understand - Informational Passages Sequence of Events Sequencing Strategies to Create a Summary Subject vs. Topic Summarizing Summarizing, Predicting, Visualizing, Questioning, and Clarifying Theme and Summary Trace an Argument Understanding Informational Texts Using Context Clues to Understand Unknown Words Using Words to Analyze Relationships Between Ideas Visualizing What are Supporting Details? What is a Fairytale? What is an Autobiography? What is an Informational Text? What is Drama? What is Historical Fiction? What is Mystery? What is Realistic Fiction? What is Science Fiction? What is Science Fiction? When should I "Stop and Jot?" Word Analysis Word Analysis- ed and ing Word Analysis- over, under, sub Word Analysis-Easily Confused Words Word Analysis-Long Vowel Digraphs Word Analysis-Plurals Word Analysis-Prefixes -in, -im, -ir, -il Word Analysis-Short a, e, i, o, & u Word Analysis-Short Vowel Digraphs Word Analysis-Short Vowels/Vowel Digraphs Word Analysis-Silent Letters Word Analysis-Spanish/French Origin Word Analysis-Suffixes -ous, -ious, -eou Word Analysis-Suffixes, -ant, -ent, -ist Word Analysis-Syllable Pattern Consonant Plus -le Word Analysis-Variant Vowel Diphthongs Word Analysis-Words with -en and -el Word Analysis-Words with -er Word Analysis-Words with Inflectional Endings Word Analysis-Words with Suffixes -able and -ible Word Analysis-Words with vccv and vcccv Word Analysis-Words with vcv Syllable Pattern
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Greek and Latin Roots

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Common Greek/Latin Roots Part 1 Common Greek/Latin Roots Part 2 Common Greek/Latin Roots Part 3 Determine the Meanings of Greek and Latin Roots Greek and Latin Roots Greek Roots Greek Roots "aer" and "arch" Greek Roots "aster" and "astr" Greek Roots "bi" and "bio" Greek Roots "centr" Greek Roots "chron" Greek Roots "cosm" Greek Roots "crat" Greek Roots "crit" Greek Roots "cycl" Greek Roots "dem" Greek Roots "derm" Greek Roots "geo" Greek Roots "gn(o)" Greek Roots "gram" Greek Roots "graph" Greek Roots "homo" Greek Roots "hydr" Greek Roots "logo" Greek Roots "logy" Greek Roots "meter" Greek Roots "micro" Greek Roots "ortho" Greek Roots "pan" Greek Roots "path" Greek Roots "ped" Greek Roots "phil" Greek Roots "phobia" Greek Roots "phon" Greek Roots "photo" Greek Roots "phys" Greek Roots "scope" Greek Roots "sphere" Greek Roots "tech" Greek Roots "tele" Greek Roots "therm" Greek Roots "typ" Greek Roots "zo" How to Determine the Meaning of Words with Greek and Latin Roots Latin Root "aud" Latin Root "bene" Latin Root "cap" Latin Root "cide" Latin Root "con" Latin Root "corp" Latin Root "cred" Latin Root "dent" Latin Root "doc" Latin Root "equ" Latin Root "fer" Latin Root "fid" Latin Root "fin" Latin Root "flex" Latin Root "flu" Latin Root "form" Latin Root "grad" Latin Root "gress" Latin Root "ject" Latin Root "jud" Latin Root "junct" Latin Root "langu" Latin Root "lit" Latin Root "loc" Latin Root "man" Latin Root "mem" Latin Root "min" Latin Root "pat" Latin Root "ped" Latin Root "port" Latin Root "rupt" Latin Root "sal" Latin Root "sci" Latin Root "son" Latin Root "spir" Latin Root "struct" Latin Root "term" Latin Root "terra" Latin Root "torq/tort" Latin Root "tract" Latin Root "vac" Latin Root "val" Latin Root "voc" Latin Roots Latin Roots "cand/chand" Latin Roots "clud/clus" Latin Roots "duc/duct" Latin Roots "fac/fec" Latin Roots "grac/grat" Latin Roots "miss/mit" Latin Roots "mob/mot" Latin Roots "pens/pend" Latin Roots "pos/pon" Latin Roots "quir/ques" Latin Roots "scrib/script" Latin Roots "sect/seg" Latin Roots "sent/sens" Latin Roots "sequ/sec" Latin Roots "spec/spic" Latin Roots "sta/sist" Latin Roots "tain/ten" Latin Roots "ven/vent" Latin Roots "vers/vert" Latin Roots "vis/vid" Latin Roots "vol/volv" Using Greek and Latin Roots as Clues to the Meaning of a Word
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Affixes (Prefixes and Suffixes)

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Active Prefix "for/fore" Affixes Common Prefixes Common Prefixes Part 2 Common Suffixes Common Suffixes Part 2 How to Identify Base Words, Prefixes and Suffixes Prefix "com" Prefix "ex" Prefix "pre" Prefix "pro" Prefix "un" Prefixes: "dis" and "mis" Suffix "less" Suffix "ness" Suffixes The Prefix "anthrop" The Prefix "cav" The Prefix "cent" The Prefix "chrom" The Prefix "circum" The Prefix "deca" The Prefix "demo" The Prefix "dict" The Prefix "dis" The Prefix "en" The Prefix "epi" The Prefix "extra" The Prefix "gam" The Prefix "giga" The Prefix "hetero" The Prefix "hyper" The Prefix "im" The Prefix "in" The Prefix "inter" The Prefix "kilo" The Prefix "mal" The Prefix "manu" The Prefix "mar" The Prefix "mega" The Prefix "micro" The Prefix "mid" The Prefix "mono" The Prefix "mort" The Prefix "neo" The Prefix "para" The Prefix "poly" The Prefix "port" The Prefix "pseudo" The Prefix "retro" The Prefix "theo" The Prefix "ultra" The Suffix "able" The Suffix "ade" The Suffix "ant" The Suffix "ative" The Suffix "cide" The Suffix "crat" The Suffix "cule" The Suffix "ency" The Suffix "ette" The Suffix "fy" The Suffix "ic" The Suffix "ice" The Suffix "ide" The Suffix "ism" The Suffix "ity" The Suffix "ize" The Suffix "kin" The Suffix "let" The Suffix "ling" The Suffix "orium" The Suffix "phobia" The suffix "ry" The Suffix "ship" The Suffix "ule" The Suffix "ulent" The Suffix "ure" The Suffix "ward" The Suffix "wise" The Suffix "yer" Using Affixes and Roots to Decipher the Meaning of Unknown Words Words with Shared Prefixes and Suffixes Words with the Prefix "mis" Words with the Prefix "pre" Words with the Prefix "re" Words with the Prefix "sub" Words with the Prefix: un, dis, in, im, and non Words with the Suffix "ful" Words with the Suffix "ible" Words with the Suffix "less"
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Speaking & Listening: Comprehension & Collaboration

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Speaking & Listening

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Writers

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A.A. Milne Aeschylus Agatha Christie Alexander Pushkin Alexandre Dumas, Writer Alice Walker, Writer Anna Julia Cooper Anne Bronte Anton Chekhov Arianna Huffington Aristophanes Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur Miller, Playwright Beatrix Potter, Writer Beverly Cleary, Writer C.S. Lewis, Writer Carson McCullers, Writer Charles Dickens, Writer Charles Perrault, Author Charlotte Bronte, Writer Christina Rossetti Cyrano de Bergerac Daniel Defoe, Writer Daniel Handler Dr. Seuss, Writer E.E. Cummings, Writer EB White Edgar Allan Poe Edna St. Vincent Millay, Writer Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Poet Elizabeth Bishop Emile Zola Emma Lazarus Ernest Hemingway, Writer Euripides F. Scott Fitzgerald, Writer Fanny Bullock Workman Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Frances Hodgson Burnett, Writer Freya Stark George Bernard Shaw, Writer George Orwell George S. Kaufman  Georgette Heyer Gertrude Stein Gustave Flaubert Gwendolyn Brooks, Writer H. G. Wells, Writer Harper, Lee, Writer Henrik Ibsen, Playwrights Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Writer Herman Melville, Writer Homer, Poet Ida Laura Pfeiffer J. D. Salinger, Writer Jack London, Writer James Joyce Jan Brett John Donne John Milton, Writer John Steinbeck, Writer Jonathan Swift Jules Verne, Writer Jupiter Hammon, Poet Katharine Lee Bates L. Frank Baum, Writer Laura Ingalls Wilder, Writer Leo Tolstoy, Writer Lewis Carroll, Writer Lord Byron, Writer Lorraine Hansberry, Playwright Louisa May Alcott, Writer Lucy Maud Montgomery Margaret Fuller Mark Twain, Writer Mary Renault Mary Wollstonecraft Miguel de Cervantes, Writer Moss Hart, Writer Octavia E. Butler Orson Welles Patricia Polacco, Writer Pearl S. Buck Phillis Wheatley, Poet Rabindranath Tagore, Writer Ralph Waldo Emerson, Writer Roald Dahl, Writer Robert Browning, Writer Robert Frost, Writer Robert Louis Stevenson, Writer Sara Teasdale Shel Silverstein, Poet Sophocles Stan and Jan Berenstein Susette Tibble, Native American Writer T.S. Elliot, Writer Tennessee Williams, Playwright The Brothers Grimm Tomie DePaola, Writer Toni Morrison, Writer Truman Capote Victor Hugo, Writer Virginia Woolf, Writer Voltaire W. B. Yeats, Poet W. Somerset Maugham Walt Whitman, Writer Walter Scott William Blake William Ernest Henley William Faulkner, Writer William Wordsworth
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