Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots Project

Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots Project

Due: December 14 (even classes) or December 15 (odd classes)

Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots Booklet -Updated

Full List of Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots

Paper Booklet Example from Last Year

(Note: Your booklet will be a digital representation.)

 
PSR Booklet Cover

Your opening slide or screen must contain the cover page information.

PSR Table of Contents

Your table of contents MUST come after your first slide. If you are using Padlet or Glogster, ensure that your order the content in the screen in a logical progression according to my directions.

PSR Prefix Example Page

Example of how to create a prefix page. Your pictures must be appropriate (whether drawn in Photoshop or downloaded from the internet).

PSR Suffix Example Page

Example of how to create a suffix page.Your pictures must be appropriate (whether drawn in Photoshop or downloaded from the internet).

PSR Root Example Page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example of how to create a root page.Your pictures must be appropriate (whether drawn in Photoshop or downloaded from the internet).


Grades

Your scores are based on the rubric that is at the end of your Prefix, Suffix, and Roots packet. (Look up! There is a digital copy at the beginning of this post.) Please find the points to letter grade breakdown below.

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Scoring

16-14= A

13-11= B

10-8= C

7-5= D

4-0= F

 

 

 

 

 

 

Audio Books

audiobooks imageThere are moments when you simply want to listen to a beautiful story instead of reading each word the old fashioned way. If you find yourself in one of these moods, try to find an intriguing text via audiobook. There are many sites to choose from, but here are a few suggested sites.

 
If you try one out, tell me about your experience in the comment section. Happy Listening!