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  • Angela Matos

    Free Technology for Teachers: 5 Good Services to Help Students Learn New Vocabulary Words

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    15 Great Dictionary Websites ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

  • Lance Yoder

    Free Technology for Teachers: Wordia - Vocabulary Videos and Games. Wordia reminds me of Sumdog for language. There are lots of games that the students can play. The teacher will need to create an account as well as student accounts. I recommend checking it out for yourself. Careful, you may become addicted to the games.

  • Dayna Lykins

    Wordia is a free games-based learning platform - built on the foundations of a dictionary - that blends word-based learning games with interactive video vocabulary. Wordia encourages students to learn through play - building subject ‘Word Banks’ as they compete with classmates and other schools in a fun, competition-led, learning environment. The games in Wordia focus on spelling, grammar, oracy, auditory and phonics.

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