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Word Study Mind Map - Parts of Speech and Word Origins

This Prezi gives you the needed instructions for the word study mind map, and acts an exemplar of one of the methods you can use to show your work.
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rita hughes

on 17 October 2016

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Transcript of Word Study Mind Map - Parts of Speech and Word Origins

Word Study Mind Map
"MOURNFUL"

Use this Prezi
as a guide for what you
should include in your
Word Study Mind Map.
1. Include a dictionary definition of the
the word. Be sure you use the correct
definition for the part of speech.
2. Include a definition or description
in your own words.
3. Part of
Speech
n, v, adj, adv,
"mournful" is a adjective
4.
The word origin.
Use the letters
of the various languages and the < to
show the progression. Don't forget to include the original word. USE A DICTIONARY AS A GUIDE.
Clearly show
your word
in a larger font.
Indicate where the word came from (e.g. Independent Reading or Current Studies).
MOURNFUL
CAME FROM THE BOOK I JUST FINISHED READING CALLED "RED NOTICE" BY BILL BROWDER.
5. A list of suitable synonyms
for the word (they should be the
same part of speech).
Synonyms mean the same.
6. Word Forms or
Derivatives (e.g.
root words, prefixes
suffixes); remember that
these are NOT synonyms.
Example:
mourn (verb, root word), mournfully (adverb)
mournfulness (n)

7.
Sentence
- use the word
in a sentence to clearly show
your understanding.
8. Give an explanation of
how your sentence uses the word
correctly. (e.g. Mournfully means to
express a feeling of loss in an unhappy way.
When a little girl loses a special item like a doll,
she is going to be sad. Therefore the two ideas in
sentence match one another. (Lose a doll = makes
you mournful)
E.g. The little girl lost
her favourite doll, so she
cried
mournfully
.

MOURN + FUL + LY

(ROOT WORD) (2 SUFFIXES)

What are the two suffixes?
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