flash cards for each of the prefixes, suffixes, and root words.
Number them, and make sure that your name is on each. You may use index
cards, or create your own. Minimum size is 3 X 5.
a crossword puzzle and answer key for the prefixes, suffixes, and root
words. Use all words, and submit your answer key and template on
rebus flash cards using the prefixes, suffixes or roots in unusual
ways. For example add the prefix caud to the prefix cyto and draw
the result on the front of an index card. On the back, give the
an iMovie or video to show the class that shows yourself (and a
partner?) explaining and demonstrating the prefixes. Humor is
an exercise plan (and demonstrate) indicating to the class the way to
perform the exercises using the words, roots and prefixes. For
example, say abduct your
left arm, then adduct it.
Then, demonstrate the exercises.
a song to help your classmates memorize the prefixes, suffixes, and
root words. Select a melody the class is familiar with and then
lead the class in singing this (you may also create an iMovie that we
can follow along with.)
a power point jeopardy game to share with the class. Include five
categories and all the prefixes, roots, and suffixes on your list.
about the way you learn best. Compare two ways to learn the
Write about or present the way that worked best for you and tell why.
a board game or something such as I
Have Who Has and share this with the class.