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Opening Lines: Let Them Help You Choose a Book

Vocabulary must be taught in context, and should be an ongoing process, in order for students to truly comprehend the words. Learn about five easy ways you can make vocabulary stick with your students.

Make Vocabulary Stick With These Five Activities

Vocabulary must be taught in context, and should be an ongoing process, in order for students to truly comprehend the words. Learn about five easy ways you can make vocabulary stick with your students.

Use analogies to build vocabulary. Free resources included to get you on your way!

Teaching Word Analogies

When it comes to word work, analogies are vocabulary gold! These "little" word puzzles are packed with learning opportunities that go beyond other types of word work.

5 Reasons I Don't Use Dictionaries for Vocabulary instruction and better strategies for helping students to grow their vocabulary!

5 Reasons I Don't Use Dictionaries for Vocabulary

I am truly passionate about teaching vocabulary in my classroom. I know that my students need a good grasp of tier two words to improve.

Vocab word on hat: Students walk around and have to try to figure out a word by the description given by other students.

4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary

students all have a sentence strip with a vocab word on it. They do not know what the word is though. They have to travel around the room to find a synonym, antonym, example, sentence, etc. The clues are used to determine the word on their heads.

A great quick read to help teachers understand the best ways to to build vocabulary skills in ELL students. Great for use in content areas and ELA!

10 Ways to Build ELL Vocabulary Skills

Teach Your Child to Read - 10 Ways to Build ELL Vocabulary - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

I want to do this! Forget about fire marshals.

On the top row we have our prefixes. On a notecard I write the prefix/suffix/root that we are studying, what it is, and the meaning. On each leaf (simply a di-cut) I write the words that we found, use, and are studying. From Dandelions and dragonflies

Activities for teaching vocabulary - while not boring students.

Vocabulary for High School Students

Activities for teaching vocabulary - while not boring students. Add these vocabulary activities to high school English lesson plans.

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

Heads Down, Vocabulary Up- a fun way to practice vocabulary and keeping kids engaged in the classroom!

4 Games to Increase Vocabulary Success

Find 23 ready to use, effective vocabulary activities your students will love, by The Teacher Next Door!

23 Effective Vocabulary Activities

Teachers know that having a rich vocabulary is an asset to students as readers and as writers. We know that students who are avid readers, tend to have more advanced vocabularies than those wh

Diving into Vocabulary Instruction

Diving into Vocabulary Instruction - Guest Post - HoJo's Teaching

Diving in to Vocabulary Instruction - This post contains great ideas to help guide vocabulary instruction in your or grade classroom. Click through for great ideas, activities, and games!

Top 10 Characteristics Of Effective Vocabulary Instruction

Top 10 Characteristics Of Effective Vocabulary Instruction

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