An adjective is a word that describes a noun by kpj14447

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									                    Adjectives
• An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
• Adjectives can tell what kind. Ex: color, size, shape,
  smell, age or temperature.
• Adjectives can tell how many. Ex: number words,
  few, many, some, several, or none.
• Adjectives can come before the word it describes,
  as in “the brown monkey.”
• Adjectives can also follow the verbs “is” or
  “seems”, as in “The monkey is brown.”
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     r-Controlled Vowel /or/

Words with the sound /or/ can be spelled
with several different letter combinations.
               or  sport
               ore score
               our  four
               ar warm
               oar soar
           Compare and Contrast
• When you compare two things you see how they are alike.
           compare

• When you contrast two things you see how they are different.

• Use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast characters.

               Character 1   Both     Character 2
       Monitor Comprehension:
            Read Ahead
• Read ahead if you do not understand
  something in a selection.
• When you have more information, the meaning
  may be clearer.
• Learning about what happens next may help
  make sense of the story. Then return to the
  confusing part of the story and read it correctly
  for understanding.
            Prefixes and Suffixes
• A root word is the main part of a word.
• Prefixes are letters or symbols added to the beginning of a
  root word.
• Suffixes are letters or symbols added to the end of a root
  word.
                  or
• When a prefix or suffix is added, a new word with a new
  meaning is formed.


           re- “to do again”
           re-        again”           un- not”
                                       un- “not”
                      of”
           -ful “full of”              -less    without”
                                               “without”

								
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