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1.19: Lesson Nineteen

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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Practice with Matrixes

1. Two ways of spelling [d] are <d> and \begin{align*}\underline{<\mathrm{dd}>}\end{align*}<dd>

2. Two ways of spelling [t] are <t> and \begin{align*}\underline{<\mathrm{tt}>}\end{align*}<tt>

3. Read these words carefully. Listen for the sounds [d] and [t]. Then sort the words into the matrix. Be careful! When you get done, one square should still be empty:

\begin{align*}&\text{after} && \text{between} && \text{didn't} && \text{drifting}\\ &\text{bottle} && \text{lasted} && \text{bottom} && \text{hotter}\\ &\text{around} && \text{hidden} && \text{board} && \text{study}\\ &\text{daddy} && \text{toward} && \text{behind} && \text{different}\end{align*}afterbottlearounddaddybetweenlastedhiddentowarddidn'tbottomboardbehinddriftinghotterstudydifferent

Words with [d] Words with no [d]
Words with [t]

lasted

toward

didn't

drifting

study

different

after

bottle

between

bottom

hotter

Words with no [t]

around

daddy

hidden

board

behind

4. List the words from the matrix that contain both [t] and [d]:

\begin{align*}&{lasted} && {toward} && {didn't}\\ &{drifting} && {study} && {different} \end{align*}

5. List the words that contain [t] but no [d]:

\begin{align*}&{after} && {bottle} && {between}\\ &{bottom} && {hotter}\end{align*}

6. List the words that contain [d] but no [t]:

\begin{align*}&{around} && {daddy} && {hidden}\\ &{board} && {behind}\end{align*}

Watch the Middles!

differ
dif fer
dif fer
dif fer
differ
toward
to ward
to ward
to ward
toward
touches
touch es
touch es
touch es
touches
between
be tween
be tween
be tween
between

Teaching Notes.

Watch the Middles. In differ the prefix dif- is a form of dis- and means “apart.” The base fer means “carry, bear” and occurs in words like conference, defer, referee, suffer.

In touches -es is a form of the suffix -s, which students will study in Book Two.

In toward to is the preposition to; ward is a suffix meaning “in a specified direction.”

In between be- is the prefix that indicates position near or at; tween occurs only in the rare tween, tweeny, meaning an older pre-teenager, a word formed from between. In between the base tween carries the meaning “two” and is related to several other <tw> words containing the meaning “two”: two, twelve, twenty, twin, twilight, etc.

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