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Shades of Meaning Worksheets

Language is full of nuance and diversity, which adds richness and interest to our conversations and our writing. After all, ‘screamed’ is much more interesting than ‘said.’ We have created the worksheets below to help your student develop a broader vocabulary and understand the nuances in language. You can see the details or download the worksheet by clicking on the titles. These are free for you to use in the classroom or at home. Don't forget to check out all of our vocabulary worksheets!

Shades of Meaning Card Set

Shades of Meaning Card Set

Students learn about shades of meanings by arranging the words from weakest to strongest.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
RFD, RFD, RFD

Shades of Meaning: Weak to Strong Card Set

Shades of Meaning: Weak to Strong Card Set

Students practice their word skills by by arranging the word cards from weakest to strongest.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
RFD, RFD, RFD

Shades of Meaning: Which is Stronger?

Shades of Meaning: Which is Stronger?

This activity includes pairs of words and a sentence. Students decide which word is the strongest form and write it in the blank in the sentence.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K, Kindergarten & 1st Grade
CCSS Code(s):
RFD, RFD

Shades of Meaning: How Many?

Shades of Meaning: How Many?

Students write 3 synonyms for each word on the list. They then organize the synonyms from weakest to strongest.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K
CCSS Code(s):
RFD, RFD

Shades of Meaning: Strong vs. Weak

Shades of Meaning: Strong vs. Weak

Students fill in the blank in each sentence with a word that has a stronger meaning that the word in parentheses.

Grade Levels:
2nd and 3rd Grade, Grades K
CCSS Code(s):
RFD, RFD
Sours: https://www.k12reader.com/subject/vocabulary/shades-of-meaning/

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I created this 21st century vocabulary center to give my students a meaningful opportunity to work independently with others in a cooperative, collaborative and critical thinking setting, without me to work on and increase vocabulary and language. Students practice the 21st century skill of empathy while they follow "agreed upon rules of discussion" to evaluate and justify 8 synonyms and sometimes antonyms and all the shades of meaning in between, to agree on word meaning and "shaded" orderranking words in order from "Most of to Least of." Please check out the Product Preview with classroom photos to give a glimpse into what this center looks like and sounds like. Students love this center because they are standing up, moving and staying engaged in conversation. This is a hands-on group center and may be done standing up using a pocket chart or sitting down at a table or on the floor.

There are 38 center sets included in this product to last for 38 weeks--all year. Each set includes 8 word cards, a header word card, a footer word card, an a recording sheet.

My Common Core Rules for Discussion product, would lend nicely to this center to explicitly teach student "how" to communicate with each other at this center.

Standards addressed in this center are L.5 (Language) and SL.1 (Speaking and Listening) in addition to the Common Core shifts of vocabulary development and word knowledge combined with the 21st century skills of critical thinking, communication and collaboration.

In addition, research shows that vocabulary is also related to mental processes and skills that affect students' overall academic achievement. Stahl & Stahl () explained that "children's ability to name things establishes their ability to form categories" (p). For example, a student who learns the word shake can subsequently attach other words and concepts to it, such as shiver, vibrate, wiggle, flutter, jitter and so on. As students develop more complex categorization systems for words, they are better able to summarize. (Kintsch, ) - Marzano.

If you're interested, click HERE to watch a short video of a 3rd grade group doing it.

If you're looking for another high quality, high thinking, cooperative, collaborative, text-based, vocabulary center, check out my Picture of the Day product, Describing & Inferring Key Details with Picture of the Day: Reading Photos Closely.

Thank You!
Jen Jones-Hello Literacy

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Sours: https://sites.google.com/site/mrsshaws1stgradelanguage/lddistinguish-shades-of-meaning

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Shades of Meaning

Danil took my head with both hands and started to fuck me in the mouth. His prick almost reached my throat, there was not enough air, my chest ached from vomiting, and my penis went only half way. After three minutes of execution, he let go of his head.

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