Students always need practice using context clues when reading. Teach five types of context clues with this reading activity: definition, synonym (restatement), antonym (contrast), example, and inference. Students read ten sentences and determine the meaning of the underlined words AND the type of context clue they used to identify the meaning. The finished product makes a great reading bulletin board.
When you go to buy bread in the grocery store, have you ever wondered which is the freshest, so you 'squeeze' for freshness or softness? Did you know that bread is delivered fresh to the stores five days a week? Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each day has a different color twist tie. They are: Monday = Blue Tuesday = Green Thursday = Red Friday = White Saturday = Yellow
OCCULTISM AND SYMBOLISM ALL AROUND THE WORLD - there are various aspects of the All-Seeing Eye: a fundamental meaning (the eye symbolizes Lucifer), a practical meaning, a prophetic meaning, a historical meaning and a mystic meaning.All five aspects harmonize to prepare the world for the coming Antichrist. the All-Seeing Eye, which primarily represents LUCIFER, “the angel of light” to Satanic Illuminati society (check out; 2nd Corinthians 11:15).
This is a COMPLETE mnemonic unit on eighty-four Greek and Latin roots that are the building blocks of thousands of English words. By the time your students are finished with this unit, they will have memorized the meanings of these eighty-four common Greek and Latin roots. As a result, they will be able to figure out the meaning of thousands of English words. I made it about five years ago for 8th graders. Been using it ever since for a variety of grade levels!
Have you discovered your spirit animal? Each has a distinct meaning, characteristic, and method of guiding you; in order to understand the message, you need to understand the messenger and what it means for you.
Animal Symbolism: Meaning of the Squirrel - When the squirrel comes into our lives it is often a message for us to have more fun, and take life a little less seriously. We can see this in the squirrel's daily antics in our yards and surroundings. (read more...)