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School Success: A Teacher and Tutor eGuide to Help the Older Student with Limited Vocabulary Knowledge

School Success: A Teacher and Tutor eGuide to Help the Older Student with Limited Vocabulary Knowledge

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Classroom oral and written comprehension improves when teachers spend time strengthening students' vocabulary knowledge or word meanings. Expressive language, or the ability to communicate ideas orally or in writing also develops through vocabulary acquisition and expansion.
Classroom oral and written comprehension improves when teachers spend time strengthening students' vocabulary knowledge or word meanings. Expressive language, or the ability to communicate ideas orally or in writing also develops through vocabulary acquisition and expansion.

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Published by: The Psycho-Educational Teacher on Jun 25, 2012
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School Success
A Teacher and Tutor eGuide to Help the Older Student withLimited Vocabulary Knowledge
Carmen Y. Reyes***Connect with the Author Online***
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Contents
BackgroundAlternative Teaching ProceduresPresent Words above the Student’s Grade and Reading PlacementGo SlowlyMatch the Abstract with the ConcreteUse Pictures and DrawingsWrite about the WordTalk about the WordTeach Synonyms and AntonymsGive Examples and Non-Examples of the New WordSimplify the InformationTeach Word Retrieval StrategiesDevelop Vocabulary FluencyTrain the Student in Listening for Key Information in SentencesTrain the Student in Identifying Word ClassesTrain the Student in Word DiscriminationTrain the Student in Describing NounsPut the New Word in Different ContextsUse VisualizationUse NoveltyBe CreativeDevelop FlexibilityProvide Comparison and Contrasting ActivitiesConnect the WordsConnect the New with the OldAssociate the WordsUse the Loci Technique
 
Use Context CluesTeach Clues to MeaningUse SimilesUse the Cubing TechniqueUse the Four-Square TechniqueUse SpiralingTeach Prefixes and SuffixesTeach New Words and Concepts within the Context of Word FamiliesTeach the Student to Organize Verbally New Information and ConceptsTeach Linguistic RelationshipsUse Different Learning ModalitiesAbout the Author 

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Full of excellent, practical suggestions for developing vocabulary, which is too often overlooked as a tool for building background knowledge and reading skill.

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