Older students need meaningful practice with their vocabulary words in order to increase the likelihood of retention. Try these differentiated, brain-based vocabulary activities that are both meaningful and fun. #vocabularyactivities #highschoolenglish

Fun Vocabulary Practice Activities for Any Word List

Older students need meaningful practice with their vocabulary words in order to increase the likelihood of retention. Try these differentiated, brain-based vocabulary activities that are both meaningful and fun. #vocabularyactivities #highschoolenglish

Students need to practice a new word 28 times before they can fluently use it. With MobyMax Vocabulary, students learn new words and remember them for a lifetime. After a placement test, students practice new words by completing sentences and matching definitions. After 5 days of practice, they review, and any word not mastered is put back into the list to be practiced again. To increase retention, old words are reviewed at least once a month. MobyMax is specifically designed for teachers.

MobyMax enables students to learn twice as fast with award-winning Personalized Learning, Pinpoint Assessments, and Interactive Classroom.

Social Studies Success: Frayer Model - Vocabulary Instruction

The Frayer Model can be used in order to help students have a deeper understanding of vocabulary words. However, it is important to not overkill this model. Ideally, students should not be forced to use this model for every single word.

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

What Every Teacher Should Know About Teaching Vocabulary

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.

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.

How to use technology to make vocabulary words come alive. Google Drawing for laptops and Chromebooks as well as the PicCollage app for iPads are the two digital tools used to make vocabulary words come alive. Technology in the classroom

How to Use Technology to Make Vocabulary Words Memorable

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10 Ways to Build ELL Vocabulary: I would use this in my classroom as an anchor chart for my ELL students. The list is a combination of different strategies to build ELL vocabulary.

These vocabulary games are the perfect addition to your centers or word work! I have provided free printables and game pieces!

10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words

Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today& classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers.

4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary

4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary

4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary - FREEBIES Included with some awesome tips for expanding your students' knowledge of the words around them!

How to Make Academic Vocabulary Stick

The above photo shows my own ninth-grade copy of To Kill a Mockingbird. Every year, when I’m reading the book with my sophomores, I laugh at my adolescent scrawling mixed in with my adult ann…

Infographic: 10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary instruction

Infographic: 10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary Instruction

Infographic: 10 Principles for Effective Vocabulary Instruction: This infographic provides a list 10 principles (and 10 things to avoid!) for effective vocabulary instruction. The tips are easily adapted for pre-K and beyond.

Diving in to Vocabulary Instruction - This post contains great ideas to help guide vocabulary instruction in your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. Click through for great ideas, activities, and games!

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!

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