Vocabulary Acquisition Continuation


Welcome to Class!

Hello, word enthusiasts! 🌟 In today’s class, we’re delving deeper into the captivating world of “Vocabulary Acquisition II.” Get ready to unravel the mysteries of synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, and the art of using new words. Let’s embark on this journey of words and meanings together!

Vocabulary Acquisition Continuation

First, let’s understand the key terms we’ll be exploring:

Synonyms and Antonyms: We’ll learn about words that are similar (synonyms) and words that are opposites (antonyms).

Homonyms: We’ll discover words that sound the same but have different meanings.

Using New Vocabulary: We’ll practice incorporating new words into our speech and writing.

Synonyms and Antonyms Exploration: Words and Their Friends

Imagine you’re word detectives, discovering secret connections between words! We’re going to explore words that are similar and words that are opposites.

Synonyms and Antonyms:

Synonyms and Antonyms

I’ll say a word: “big.” Who can tell me a word that means the same as “big”? 

What about the word that means the same as “buy”?

Now, I’ll say a word: “happy.” Who can tell me a word that means the opposite of “happy”? 

What about “come”?

Homophone: Words That Sound Alike

Synonyms and Antonyms

Imagine you’re word magicians, casting spells with words that sound the same but mean different things!

Let’s say the word “bat.” What do you think of it? Now, let’s say “bat.” What else could it mean?

Synonyms and Antonyms:

Using New Vocabulary: Words in Action

We’re like artists, painting pictures with words! Let’s learn how to use new words in sentences.

I’ll give you a new word: “glimmer.”

E.g Look at that tiny star in the sky, it’s like a little glimmer of light!

How can you use this same word in another sentence? 

Today, we delved into synonyms and antonyms, explored homonyms, and practiced using new words in sentences.

Remember, words are like keys that unlock the doors to different meanings and ideas.

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class.

In our next class, we’ll continue exploring the Concepts of Print, where we will be talking about books and letters

If you have any question, feel free to ask questions in the comment section below. I am here to assist you!

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