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Part 3 READING:
FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS
3.1 Phonics and Word Recognition
Name __________________________________
Roots 1
Practice
Print this page and then write your answers.
A. Look at each word and identify the root. Circle the Latin roots and underline the
Greek roots.
1. astronomer
2. immigrant
3. telephone
4. biologist
5. audience
6. action
B. Write the meaning of the word. Use a dictionary, if necessary.
7. thermostat
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8. urban
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Part 3 READING:
FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS
3.1 Phonics and Word Recognition
Name __________________________________
Roots 2
Practice
Print this page out and then write your answers.
Complete each sentence with a word from the box that takes the place of the
underlined words.
educate
graphic
relocate
telephone
location
conduct
deduce
1. When people build in places where animals live, animals are sometimes forced to move to
a new place of activity or residence.
2. Many zoos and parks lead or guide tours to help people learn about the animals that live
there.
3. Many experts can be led to a conclusion about what kinds of animals live in an area just
by looking at animal tracks.
stroyed.
5. It is a good idea to lead yourself to learn about the animals that live in your
community.
6. Lee included a diagram in her report to illustrate one of the ideas she wrote
about.
7. One way people communicate is by calling one another on a device that transmits sound.
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4. Some parks and zoos move to a different place animals whose habitats have been de-
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