Vocabulary Digital Task Cards Bundle – Semantics Digital Task Cards

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Synonyms and Antonyms Digital Task Card Activities - Semantics Activities

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Homophones, Homographs and Homonyms Digital Task Card Activities - Semantics

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Context Clues Digital Task Card Activities - Semantics and Inference Activities

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Shades of Meaning Digital Task Card Activities - Semantics Activities

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Go paperless with our Semantics (Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Homonyms, Shades of Meaning Context Clues) Digital Task Cards Bundle. These Vocabulary Google Slides activities feature 110 interactive slides for students to work through and 60 teaching slides to introduce the concepts.
 
This Semantics (Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Homonyms, Shades of Meaning Context Clues) Digital Task Cards Bundle includes the following four resources:
 
That’s 110 digital task cards in total and 60 teaching slides!
 
Why Teach Semantics?
The meanings of words and the relationships of words are referred to as semantics. A reader’s breadth and depth of vocabulary contribute to reading achievement.
  • As the primary goals of reading and writing are determining and communicating meaning, it is important for students to understand the meanings of words and how words function in sentences.
  • As the majority of words in English have multiple meanings or shades of meaning, it is necessary for the reader to be flexible in determining the author’s intended meaning of a word within a sentence.
  • Semantics is one of the six evidence-based components of structured literacy.
  • Semantics (language structures) is one of the strands of Scarborough’s Reading Rope, which looks at the elements that make a skilled reader.

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