Lesson and examples on the differences between homophones and homographs. I found the original PowerPoint online from a Google search and added just a few things more to it to create a video lesson. If you are interested in the original PowerPoint, Google search Homophones and Homographs PowerPoint. It is the first link or at this website: classroom.jc-schools.net/samst/new/homophone+homograph.ppt . It is also a slide show at this website: http://www.slideshare.net/rguerrero2/homophonehomograph-classroomjc-schoolsnet-samst. Good luck learning!
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English exercises 'homophones' test book one. A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning. The words may also be spelled the same. Lesson Plan: For advanced students, play the video without audio and have one student read the question to another student who must answer the missing word correctly. Or for writing and spelling practice have the students write their answers on a piece of paper.
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Noga tells us about a fun version of Tic Tac Toe that reinforces vocabulary and pronunciation skills with words that sound alike but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Hello everyone, my name is Noga Laor and I’m the Academic Director here at Rennert in New York City, and I'd like to share a nice pronunciation activity- pronunciation and vocabulary activity that you can use with your students and it's called homophones tic tac toe and for those of you who don't know a homophone is, or homophones are two words that sound exactly alike- not similar, they sound exactly alike, but are spelled differently and they mean different things. So for example two homophones are “ate” ATE, the past of the verb to eat, and 8 the number E I G H T. So, those are two homophones, they sound exactly alike, but they're spelled differently and they mean different things. So this is a great little game that you can play with your students at different levels, and it’s called, like I said Homophones Tic Tac Toe. What do you do? You split the group up, the class up, into two teams, and you draw a tic-tac-toe board on your whiteboard. One group is the “O’s” one group is the “X’s”, you can have them choose a team name if you want to, which is a lot of fun. In each of the tic-tac-toe squares, you write a word that has a homophone. Now, you can choose the difficulty level of the words based on the level, so if you’re working with a low level class you can have easy homophones like you can write “to” TO, and the homophone for that is “TOO” or “TWO”, right, or you can write “for” FOR and the homophone for that is FOUR, so you can choose simple homophones. For higher level classes, you can choose more difficult homophones like night and knight NIGHT and KNIGHT or “our” and “hour” OUR or HOUR. So you can decide. And if you need a list of homophones you can just look on the internet, just put in homophones and you’ll get a long long long long list of homophones and you can pick and choose. So here's how the game works. One team under the X's or the O's chooses a square. Let's say the word in the box is, like I said, “ate” ATE. So, that team in order to get an “O” in the box, they have to say “Well the homophone for ate, ATE is 8, EIGHT, and of course they have to spell the word and then they have to give the meaning of each word. They have to say ate, ATE is the past tense of the verb to eat and 8, EIGHT is the number eight and then they get an “O” in that box. Or you can have them use the words in sentences if they can't come up with the definition. It’s completely up to you. And then it’s the next team’s turn and then they go back and forth and back and forth until one team gets three X’s in a row or three O’s in a row. If nobody gets 3 X's or 3 O’s in a row, it doesn't really matter. You can just continue going through the homophones because it's just a great learning experience for the students. So that's a little game, it's called Homophones Tic Tac Toe. Really great pronunciation practice for your students and also good vocabulary reinforcement. So I hope you can use it in your classes with your students. Thanks so much and good luck!
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This will teach you about the differences between homophones, homonyms, and homographs. Go to http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/ to learn more.
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Welcome to Miss. Miller's Classroom! Today we will be learning how to identify Homonyms! Sit back and enjoy. I hope you learn something new today. Presentation was done for Summerbridge Pittsburgh Remote Interview by Ashlei Miller
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Find 1500+ Education Videos available at http://www.youtube.com/user/IkenEdu In this video, you will learn about homophones. Homophones are those words which sound similar but have different meaning and spelling. Learning homophones is very important because it helps you avoid confusion at times. The video is well designed for a good kids learning experience that kids can enjoy while learning. Watch this video and learn more about homophones and also the new words.
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Pronunciation (Making sentences with homophones) May 21st 2013
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A song to help you remember when to use there, their, and they're. Great tool for student engagement, memorization skills, and another way to look at informational text! Check out the accompanying lesson plan! It's a great . Learn the difference between THERE, They're, and THEIR..the fun way. Download the homophones packet including They're, Their, There mp3, To, Two, Too . They're, their, and there. They sound the same, but they are not interchangeable! If you're not sure which version of they're/their/there is right for you, watch and .
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English Exercise to learn new vocabulary with 'homophones' test book 4. A 'homophone' is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning. The words may also be spelled the same. Lesson Plan: For advanced students, play the video without audio and have one student read the question to another student who must answer the missing word correctly. Or for writing and spelling practice have the students write their answers on a piece of paper.
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List of 150+ Common Homographs in English with Examples: https://7esl.com/homographs/ In English, homographs are words with the same spelling but having more than one meaning.
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Using homophones confounds many elementary students. Exploring usage patterns in literature helps these fifth-graders form generalizations that deepen understanding and support their writing. Excerpted from Stenhouse Publishers' "Focus on Spelling."
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The widely-known product Double Mint Gum is a starting point for a homonyms display board. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50186/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/34AR.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.
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Homophones are the words that have the same sound meaning pronunciation but they have different meanings and/or spellings. French is considered a language of homophones and therefore if proper attention is not given to these homophones, it can skew the communication and comprehension. So, in this video, let’s try to learn these homophones but in an interesting and funny way. This channel will be helpful for you if you are an IB French, IGCSE French, GCSE French, O Level French, CBSE French student or if you are planning to migrate to French speaking territory and want to pass DELF or TCF or French SAT, or if you travel very often to France for vacation or business, or if you want to learn French just for fun. Please subscribe to AIDe en Français – AID in French. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEqbC3GT-tojzCMPHwy_wuQ
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