The first way to figure out the meaning of a word is from its context. The context is the other words and sentences that are around the new word. When you figure out the meaning of a word from context, you are making a guess about what the word means. To do this, you use the hints and clues of the other words and sentences. You won't always be right, but many times you will be. You might not be able to guess the exact meaning of a word, but you may be close enough to get the meaning of the sentence it is in. Part I: Watch the following video Prof. Craig ~ Context Clues Video Part II: Take the Context Clues Pre-Test. Record your answers on worksheet. Click on the star symbol to correct your test. Although it says to print your test, PLEASE DON'T! Context Clues Pre-Test Part III: Complete the Context Clues Activity. There are three parts to this activity. You must read and answer each slide. ...


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