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Deborah Baillesderr

How it works - Zinc Learning Labs - 25 views

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    "WE ELEVATE LITERACY WITH GAMING, CHOICE AND DATA"
Deborah Baillesderr

MobyMax: Complete K-8 Curriculum - 58 views

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    Find & fix Missing Skills Adaptive & Differentiated Common Core Aligned
Amy Burns

Rewordify.com: Understand what you read - 85 views

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    Rewordify takes a complex passage and rephrases it in simpler terms. Students can adjust Rewordify's settings to match their needs. For example, students can add words to a "skip list" and those words will not be changed when they appear in a passage. Students can also use Rewordify to simply highlight difficult words instead of having them replaced.
Eric Arbetter

Teaching Tip: Vocabulary Lesson Your Students will Devour - International Reading Assoc... - 31 views

  • A Juicy Word is a word that has some real substance to it. Juicy Words are special, more so than your everyday, dried-out variety of words.
  • First, I ask students to collect ten Juicy Words per week
  • from text or from speech
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  • note about where they found the word and how it was used
  • uring Week 2, I ask students to continue collecting ten Juicy Words per week, and in addition, to identify their three favorite Juicy Words and to use them at some point
  • In their Week 2 posts, students share their three Juicy Words, information about where they sourced each word, a brief explanation of each word's meaning, and how they used each word in real life.
  • By Week 5, the students are using five of their Juicy Words per week, and collecting an average of 15—five more than the ten words that I require
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    Teaching tip for vocabulary - have students collect 10 "juicy words" each week including where they found them and how each was used.  Then they choose their favorite 3 and are asked to use those 3 throughout the week.
Martin Burrett

Into the Book - 123 views

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    A beautifully made resource showing students the different elements of a book/story and provides ideas and vocabulary for them to talk about their learning. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/English
Jenna Ervin

A Curious Child - 1 views

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    A great perspective on vocabulary from a child's viewpoint. Something fun to keep in mind
Cara Whitehead

Reading Street4 Vocabulary and SpellingCity.com - 95 views

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    Links to Reading Street Spelling and Vocabulary, MacMillan/McGraw Hill Spelling, Abeka Spelling, Harcourt Spelling, Essential Vocabulary, Journeys and Treasures, and Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary are also listed here.
Beth Panitz

Vocabulary Games and Resources - 170 views

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    All kinds of vocabulary and spelling games
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