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Spelling Contract – Week 15

Derivational Relations – No Spelling Change (base –te, e-drop + ion, base –de/d, d > sion)

Spelling Contract – Week 15 Derivational Relations – No Spelling Change (base –te, e-drop + ion,
Feature Words Bonus Words: Minute To Win It: 1. operate 13. allude 1. exploding 1. genuine
Feature Words
Bonus Words:
Minute To Win It:
1.
operate
13. allude
1.
exploding
1.
genuine
2.
operation
14. illustration
2.
decorating
2.
philosophy
3.
explode
15. erode
3.
imagination
4.
create
16. decoration
1pts. each
4.
influence
5.
erosion
17. invasion
5.
masquerade
6.
invade
18. imitation
6.
influential
7.
conclusion
19. conclude
8.
decorate
20. comprehension
9.
explosion
10. expand
11. creation
12. comprehend
21. illustrate
22. imitate
23. expansion
24. allusion

ASSIGNMENTS:

 

Put your words into alphabetical (ABC) order.

Monday

However, make sure you put them in ABC order for the column they belong in. For example alphabetize the words in the VCC column or the oddball column separately.

 

Choose two activities from the list below to complete. Check the box next to the activities you complete. Select one from the first three choices. Then select one from the last two choices. Remember to do your best work!

Word Detective: Discover new words by looking up the definition for 12 of your spelling words. Just write one definition for words that have multiple meanings.

Tuesday &

Write all of your spelling words in a Pyramid Format. You start with the first letter in the first line. Then below that you write the first two letters of the

Wednesda

word. Below that you write the first three letters of the word and so forth

y

until you have one line for every letter in the word.

Write each word backwards three times each. Use a different color for each word.

 

Write 15 good, detailed sentences (at least 8-10 words long). Each sentence should use one of your spelling words. Please underline the spelling word.

Write a story using 15 of your words. Make sure you use correct punctuation. Underline the words you use in your story.

 

* Ask someone to give you a pretest! Write the words you spell wrong three times each

Thursday

* M.T.W.I. words either 5 times each, 5 times backwards, or in pyramid format.