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Vocabulary Strategies and Resources. Chuck Branch A.G. Cox Middle School. Vocabulary. Gambrell et al., (2007) cite research showing that students develop significantly higher levels of comprehension when they have at least six multiple exposures to a word in a variety of contexts. Vocabulary.

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vocabulary strategies and resources

Vocabulary Strategies and Resources

Chuck Branch

A.G. Cox Middle School

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Gambrell et al., (2007) cite research showing that students develop significantly higher levels of comprehension when they have at least six multiple exposures to a word in a variety of contexts.
vocabulary1
Vocabulary
  • Teachers can model word learning through activities such as word of the day, mystery word, or personal word books and dictionaries (Gambrell et al., 2007).
vocabulary2
Vocabulary
  • Vocabulary assessment should incorporate activities such as knowledge ratings, word walls, and vocabulary charts (Gambrell et al., 2007).
knowledge ratings
Knowledge Ratings

Laura Robb (2006) suggests

the INSERT method to help

students pinpoint confusing

parts of texts.

knowledge ratings insert
Knowledge Ratings: INSERT

Interactive Notation System for Effective Reading and Thinking

  • a= I agree
  • r= I disagree
  • + = That’s new
  • s= I don’t understand
  • * = That’s important
  • *! = That’s awesome!
word resources
Word Resources
  • http://www.onelook.com
  • http://dictionary.reference.com
  • http://www.merriam-webster.com

(Students can hear words pronounced.)

  • http://thesaurus.com
  • http://dictionary.cambridge.org