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Description: A reading introduces a typical English family and their typical Christmas, with a vocabulary focus on the different uses of the verb 'get'. A couple of speaking activities give your students ample opportunity to practice and the lesson finishes with a memory game.

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Vocabulary Lesson Plans Having a strong vocabulary foundation starts with practice, practice, and more practice at a young age. Education.com has a library full of building vocabulary lesson plans appropriate for students in preschool and kindergarten through fifth grade.

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Guidelines for Teaching Vocabulary (Grades 3–8), from Stretching Students’ Vocabulary You will be able to help your students “anchor” new vocabulary with words they knew using this lesson plan and great graphic organizer. Bill Klepper, Fat-Cat Wheeler-Dealer Billionaire (Grades 4–8), from 25 Wacky and Wonderful Stories that Boost ...

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Context Clues Example Sentences. Melissa Oliver from Friendship Woodridge. Location: Vocabulary Lessons Objective: Today’s purpose of learning is to use context to find the meaning of a word, when the meaning is clearly given or restated.

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In this lesson, students review the vocabulary and grammar from Lesson plans 1-10 of our Elementary English course plan, including the verb 'be', countries and nationalities, possessive adjectives, adjectives for describing people, telling the time, present simple, family vocabulary, adverbs of frequency, describing the weather and like + -ing.

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Idioms - Here are some lesson plans to teach idioms and some great books to help in the process! source. Vocabulary Lesson Ideas - Are you looking for ways to liven up your vocabulary lessons? Try out some of these fun and engaging ways to introduce new vocabulary words. source. Prefixes and Suffixes - I have a stack of prefix cards and suffix cards on the table with a group of 3 or four students.

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Build Vocabulary and Engagement with Word Up. The Word Up Project is an award-winning vocabulary and reading program, a comprehensive resource for teaching Tier 2 words. Word Up is a research-based, standards-aligned resource that is proven to raise scores on state reading tests. Read on to find subject-wide lesson plans, implementation suggestions and and mini games and then experience a Word ...

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Lesson Plans Action ABC's: Learning Vocabulary with Verbs Students in grades K-2 brainstorm to create lists of verbs for each letter of the alphabet, and then choosing one verb for each letter, create an Action Alphabet book, including an illustration and sentence using the verb in context.

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A vocabulary mini-lesson gives teachers an opportunity to improve reading comprehension through vocabulary building using a scaffolding technique. Students receive snippets of vocabulary information on a daily basis, each day adding to what has already been learned. Use this mini-lesson in your daily lesson plan to improve vocabulary retention and provide students with an opportunity to learn ...

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20 Vocabulary Lesson Ideas 1. Anything Goes (Richek & McTague, 2008) • This is used as a quick review of words that moves students from hesitation to rapid use. • Teacher presents students with a list of words (board, overhead or word wall). • Teacher or student points to a word and asks: i. What part of speech is _____? ii.