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Grade 5 Reading Foundation - Unfamiliar Words

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Unfamiliar words often appear when reading. Fifth graders should use different tactics to determine the meanings of unfamiliar words. They can use syllabication patterns and determine the meanings of roots and affixes in these words. As children become older, they will come in contact with multisyllabic words. In this quiz, students will determine the meanings of words by dissecting them.

What does the capitalized word below mean?
To stand to attention
To do something proudly
To do something with shame
To be upset
To do something dishonorably would be to do something shamefully
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To stare at someone
To focus on one thing
To look around cautiously
A round circle
Circum means around, so circumspect means to look around cautiously
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To change words from one language to another
To argue with someone
To figure something out quickly
To not understand something correctly
If something is misinterpreted, the person misunderstood it
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To completely think something through
To be calm and quiet
To act like a lamb
To be physically pushy
Someone who is being aggressive would be pushy
What does the capitalized word below mean?
The condition of wearing clothes
The condition of being the same
To participate in multiple activities
To have one answer to a question
"Uni" means one or same, like a uniform
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To leave someone or something out
To be outside
To allow someone or something to participate in an activity
To not be understood
"Ex" means out
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To be angry
To run out of time
To be tired
To be full of energy
When something is inexhaustible, it would be tireless
What does the capitalized word below mean?
Completely full of flaws
Without having errors or flaws
To get something wrong
To be terrified about something specific
If something is impeccable, it is flawless
What does the capitalized word below mean?
To have eyes in the back of your head
To look forward
To watch television
To understand completely
Someone's foresight means that they can figure out something by looking forward
What does the capitalized word below mean?
Pertaining to only one belief
Pertaining to no side
Pertaining to one side
Pertaining to two sides
Something that applies to both sides would be bilateral
Author:  Amy Flanders

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