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Using Using Pictures as Context Clues Worksheet, students write about how the illustration helps them understand the text better.
While reading an informational text, your students will encounter many words that they don’t know. This worksheet helps the remember to use pictures when they don’t understand the text.
Look at the illustration and text. Then,students write about how the illustration helps them understand the text better.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about Context Clues.
Use this Context Clues Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Context Clues Song. Next, write some made up words on the board in a sentence like “George ate a frigs and french fries.” Students try to figure out what the unknown word means. Then, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students read and look for new words that they didn’t know before.
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