Use Context Clues and Word Analysis to Support Struggling Readers

Author: 
PowerUp WHAT WORKS
Year: 
2014
Making use of context clues helps all readers, and especially those who struggle, to identify the meaning of words in text.   One of the six types of context clues is being able to recognize a root word and an attached prefix and/or suffix.   By knowing the meaning of the affix, readers are better able to unlock the meaning of a word.  
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