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Synonyms 1 (A + B) - May 04, 2015Paid LessonLesson Collection #4 - Lesson 4a
The object here is to have fun while assisting students with vocabulary building.
Think for a second; how many of your students can offer two synonyms for the word BIG or NEAR or RICH?
Here are a few synonyms for big:
Students, in pairs or groups, can assist each other to find synonyms for common English words. The object is to think of three synonyms for each of the 16 adjectives printed on the worksheet. Along the way, they'll be adding new words to their vocabulary and working with spelling as well.
There are two worksheets, Synonyms 1A and Synonyms 1B. Each worksheet has 16 common adjectives. Finding synonyms (with or without a dictionary) for these worksheets can immeasurably improve students' vocabulary.
As a competitive lesson, 'Synonyms 1' is a lot of fun.
There are eight additional Synonyms lessons. They are:
Synonyms 1A - Continued (See Lesson 04b below)
Synonyms 1B - Continued (See Lesson 04c below)
Synonyms 2 (A + B)(See Lesson 04d below)
Synonyms 2A - Continued (See Lesson 04e below)
Synonyms 2B - Continued (See Lesson 04f below)
Synonyms 3 (A + B) (See Lesson 4g below)
Synonyms 3A - Continued (See Lesson 4h below) -and-
Synonyms 3B - Continued (See Lesson 04i below).
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