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Readers use a variety of strategies to help them pronounce an unfamiliar word. one of the most important strategies is the use of _______ clues
context
2. when trying to determine the pronunciation and _______ of an unfamiliar word, readers can use severl types of context clues.
meaning
3. perhaps the most commonly use context is the information surrounding an unfamiliar word. in addition, readers use their linguistic and _______ knowledge to help them with unfamiliar words. pictures and knowledge of story _______ are also important sources of context clues.
background/prior

structure
4. each time readers encounter an unfamiliar word they apply one or more word analysis strategies such as phonics, sight words, structural and morphemc analysis, use of the dictionary and context to determine meaning and _______
pronunciation
5. even when readers use strategies other than context, they often use it to check their efforts at pronunciationa nd to see if the word makes _______
sense
sometimes, vowel pronunciation generalizations can be used to predict pronunciation but _______ must be used to confirm such pronunciations. at other times, context might predispose a reader toward a certain pronunciation, but pronunciation generalizations force a _______ in the prediction
context

change
many authors intentionally provide context _______ for their readers. Special efforts are often made when new or difficult _______ are introduced. Examples are synonyms, examples, mood and defintitions.
clues

words
22. In order to use context effectively, readers need to be flexible in using surrounding text. Clues can be found _______ or _______ the target word.
before
after
Clues can also be provided by a _______.
There are also comparison patterns in using context to determine meaning/pronunciation. _______ patterns can also require that readers read past the target word or look back at what preceeded it
clause

comparison
Readers might be able to supply a missing word in a sentence, but they might have a limited understanding of the word's _______ because they lack knowledge of the concept that the word represents.
meaning