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LINCS Vocabulary Strategy. Hope Street Academy Reading Improvement. An Overview of the LINCS Strategy. Step 1A: L ist the term Step 1B: L ist the parts of the definition Step 2: I dentify a Reminding Word Step 3: N ote a LINCing Story Step 4: C reate a LINCing Picture

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lincs vocabulary strategy

LINCSVocabulary Strategy

Hope Street Academy

Reading Improvement

an overview of the lincs strategy
An Overview of the LINCS Strategy

Step 1A: List the term

Step 1B: List the parts of the definition

Step 2: Identify a Reminding Word

Step 3: Note a LINCing Story

Step 4: Create a LINCing Picture

Step 5: Self-test

step 1a l ist the term
Step 1A: List the term
  • Word is listed neatly
step 1b l ist the parts of the definition
Step 1B: List the parts of the definition
  • List the most important parts of the definition
  • Note: Students may need a lot of support with this step.
step 2 i dentify a reminding word
Step 2: Identify a Reminding Word
  • Reminding words sound like or rhyme with all or part of the term
step 3 n ote a lincing story
Step 3:Note a LINCing Story
  • Story uses the reminding word
  • Story gets across the meaning of the word
step 4 c reate a lincing picture
Step 4: Create a LINCing Picture
  • Picture illustrates story in an obvious manner
step 5 s elf test
Step 5: Self-test
  • Self-test was completed with self, peer or partner
how do we give students the support they need to be successful
How do we give students the support they need to be successful?

Scaffolding:

  • I do it
  • We do it
  • Y’all do it
  • You do it
why does it work
Why does it work?
  • Auditoryfocus on making semantic (meaning) connections between the most important semantic features of a new term’s definition, and semantic features of a common, well-known word that has similar phonetic features.
  • Visual links provide students with a kind of mind map that also helps students remember the essential features of the meaning of new terms.
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