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Literacy Objectives: To understand what is meant by the term  ‘prefix’; To recognise and spell the prefixes: - un and dis.
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What Are Prefixes? prefix   is a group of letters we add to the  front   of a word.  Prefixes  change the meaning    or  purpose   of the  word, e.g.      un   +  kind  =   un kind How has the word meaning been altered? The word has become its opposite meaning (antonym)
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The prefix ‘un’ My mum was  un well at the  weekend with a  bad cold. 
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The prefix ‘un’ Jerry seemed  un happy  that the cat was by his  hole.
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The prefix ‘dis’ Sally  dis agreed  with Tom over  who threw the  snowball.  How has the word meaning been altered with this prefix? agree-----disagree Again the word has become an antonym (opposite) of the root word.
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The prefix ‘dis’ Can you  dis able  the alarm?
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words! un
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