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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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LINCSVocabulary Strategy

Hope Street Academy

Reading Improvement


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: List the term

  • Word is listed neatly


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: Identify a Reminding Word

  • Reminding words sound like or rhyme with all or part of the term


Step 3:Note a LINCing Story

  • Story uses the reminding word

  • Story gets across the meaning of the word


Step 4: Create a LINCing Picture

  • Picture illustrates story in an obvious manner


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?

Scaffolding:

  • I do it

  • We do it

  • Y’all do it

  • You do it


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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