Week Easy read, but a good introduction activity for context clues. The book Henry P. Baloney has different words than the English ones for everyday objects. You can figure out what those words are by using several different context clues.
Instruction: Education.com provided a lesson to teach children about multiple meaning words. It focuses on words that look the same but have other meanings. Using stories and writing tasks are helpful in showing children the various ways words can be used. This is effective because it teaches children the importance of looking for contextual clues when reading words. For children to learn words, they need multiple strategies to help them engage with the words (Allen & Lane).
Context clues can be difficult for students to master. The goal is for students to be able to use clues in the text to find the meaning of an unfamiliar word. In order to do this, kids need some tools to help them find and use context clues. With this engaging, yet rigorous, packet, students will go beyond identifying word meanings and look at six different ways to use context clues to define unknown words.