5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- semantic maps
- word sort
- figurative language
- semantic feature analysis
- a a preexisting knowledge structure developed about a thing, place, or idea
- b graphic representations of relationships among words and phrases in written materials
- c a technique in which the presence or absence of particular features in the meaning of a word is indicated through symbols on achart, making it possible to compare word meanings
- d catergorization activities that involve classifing words into categories
- e Writing or speech that is not intended to carry literal meaning and is usually meant to be imaginative and vivid.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The smallest units of meaning in a language.
- Clues in surrounding text that help the reader determine the meaning of an unknown word.
- words that have similar meanings
- graphic representations of the relationships among words that are constructed by connecting the related terms with lines
- words that have opposite meanings
5 True/False questions
metaphor → An indirect reference to a person, place, thing or event considered to be known to the reader
simile → a preexisting knowledge structure developed about a thing, place, or idea
hyperbole → a comparison using like or as
homographs → two words are spelled alike and sound alike, but have different meanings
analogies → Relationships between words or ideas. Ex: Sad is to happy as good is to ____ (bad).