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ACTIVITY TIME


1 WHOLE SHEET OF PAPER
SPELLING

 BUSTICATE - OBLIVESCENCE
 LENITY - BUNGLESOME
 DESUETUDE
 FAROUCHE 
-BENEVOLENCE
- PASQUINADE
 JABBER - ABLIGURITION
 REDOLENT - SAPID
 REMORSE - PINGUID
 INEFFABLE - APPETENCE
 SNOLLYGOSTER
 BALEFUL
 RIANT
 ARCTOPHILE
USING
CONTEXT IN
TEXT
DEVELOPMENT

We are living in
a world where
the right context is more
important than right content.

CONTEXT

- the words that are used with a certain
word or phrase to explain its meaning.
- is all about providing a background or
picture of the situation, and who is
involved.
- is an essential part of a literary text,
which helps to engage the audience.
with Written
CONTEXT words


HOW WILL I KNOW
WHERE TO FIND THEM?
frustrated
mad  angry
Katie was aggravated when
her little sister kept messing up
her room.
How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- EXAMPLES
- DEFINITION
- SYNONYMS
- ANTONYMS
How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- By the use of EXAMPLES
Example: Atmosphere or mood

The restaurant’s ambiance, including its


quiet music, flowers, and candlelight,
made it a perfect place for Valentine’s
Day.
How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- By the use of SYNONYMS AND
ANTONYMS
Example OF SYNONYMS:
The child’s ability to perform
gymnastics was apparent, or obvious at
an early age.
How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- By the use of SYNONYMS AND
ANTONYMS
Example OF ANTONYMS:
Priscilla is so humble and modest that
she could never be called haughty.
How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- By the use of DEFINITION
Example:
Abbey was repulsed by the spider
crawling up her arm. She had a feeling of
disgust and dislike.
It was time for the band March on the
field. The crowd was ecstatic! People

screamed and cheered showing their
excitement. The music intensified, or
increased, in volume. Unlike her timid
friends, Morgan was unafraid to perform
in front of the roaring crowd. After the
show, the crowd gave a standing ovation.
The fans stood and clapped to show their
appreciation for such a great
performance.
Ways to remember:
- If writers ignore context, they may

overlook a critical aspect of the story’s
intent.
- Without context, readers may not see
the true picture of a literary work.
- Context helps readers understand the
cultural, social, philosophical, and
political ideas and movements
prevalent in society at the time of the
writing.
Ways to remember:
- Context are includes hints to the

reader to use to discover the meanings
of unfamiliar words and phrases.
- To determine the context in a
particular sentence or paragraph you
will use the different types of context.
- Examples
- Synonyms
- Antonyms
- Definition

1. The lost campers sweltered in the heat

of the desert sun.

a. Ate
b. Burned
c. Slept
d. sunbathed
2. Congress put a tariff on overseas goods

so the price would not be lower than
domestic products.

a. Stamp
b. Prohibition
c. Ad
d. tax
3. The country cottage was just outside

the quaint and picturesque town.

a. charming
b. running
c. ruined
d. perhaps
4. The girls went to the library and read
three books in one afternoon. They were

voracious readers.

a. Lazy
b. Helpful
c. Avid
d. happy
5. Mike always had terrible aim. But after
two summers at a baseball camp, he is

now an adroit pitcher.

a. Careless
b. Skillful
c. Inexperienced
d. clumsy
6. I meandered through the mall, taking
my time and looking at all the clothes in

the windows.
a. Hurried
b. Ran
c. Wandered
d. Jogged
7. Some areas on earth receive steady
rain, but deserts are arid.

a. Dry
b. Empty
c. Wet
d. sandy
8. When I fell off the trampoline, I
fractured my arm and wore a cast.

a. Rested
b. Broke
c. Avoided
d. Looked at
9. Ms. Hawkins reprimanded a student

for throwing paper airplanes in class.
a. Scolded
b. Rewarded
c. Arrested
d. seated
10. They were ecstatic at the birth of their
baby. They couldn’t stop smiling for

days.
a. Nervous
b. Watchful
c. Discouraged
d. excited

How to use Context to determine
the meaning of words?

- By the use of SUBSTITUTION
EXAMPLES:
As you might expect, the acid burned a
hole in the table also has deleterious
Atmosphere or mood
fumes.
TWO TYPES OF CONTEXT

IN TEXT DEVELOPMENT
INTERTEXTUALITY
HYPERTEXT
Intertextuality
-

Is the shaping of texts’ meaning by other
texts.
- It can refer to an author’s borrowing and
transformation of a prior text or to a reader’s
referencing of one text in reading another.
- The use of complex literary relationships as a
means of communication.
HOW WE CAN BENEFIT FROM
INTERTEXTUALITY:

• We can widen our knowledge.
• We can view different texts and
different perspectives.
• We can be more certain of what
we know. Finding out that your
ideas match the ideas of the
previous authors helps validate
the things you know.
3 TYPES OF
INTERTEXTUALITY

APPROPRIATION
ALLUSION
PARODY
APPROPRIATION

 An adaptation or reuse of a certain work to another
style of text.
 It makes an existing text to a new different form or
context however, everything in a storyline was still
the more or less the same.
HYPERTEXT
• hypertext is a relatively new

way of reading a text online.
• is a nonlinear way of showing
information.
• A software system that links
topics on the screen to related
information and graphics,
which are ty