Homograph Flip Charts
(visual/auditory/kinesthetic)

Provide other homographs, such as lock1/lock2, fleet1/fleet2, snarl1/snarl2, and squash1/squash2. Have each student select a pair of homographs, find the meanings in a class dictionary, and make a flip chart showing the words' differences. To make the chart, have students staple two sheets of paper at the top, label each page with a homograph and its pronunciation, and add a picture showing the word's meaning.
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