Clients build vocabulary as they work with hundreds of words and use them in a variety of contexts. They’ll use words to describe, define, and inform.
Written in the best-selling format of the HELP (Handbook of Exercises for Language Processing) series, these lessons have:
Strengthen core vocabulary and expand vocabulary with a variety of learning formats. Clients develop word flexibility and learn strategies that help them learn new vocabulary efficiently. The activities cover four skills areas:
Developing Basic Vocabulary: Clients complete sentences and identify words by descriptions and definitions. Word difficulty ranges from simple vocabulary (e.g., barber, giraffe, and hospital) to higher-level vocabulary (e.g., pediatrician, porcupine, and aquarium). Clients supply verbs, adjectives, and adverbs from definitions. More lessons target word associations and antonyms and synonyms.
Defining Words: Clients define words in a variety of ways: by category, function, form, place, and components. They learn to use root words, prefixes, and suffixes to define words.
Applying Vocabulary Skills: Clients use words in various contexts as they choose words to complete sentences, change the meaning of sentences, and complete paragraphs. They make judgments about word choices in sentences and use words to “paint” a picture. Activities also target synonyms and alliterative phrases.
Curriculum Vocabulary: Learn vocabulary for following directions, mathematics, English, science, geography, history, and the arts.
Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary), Ages: 18+ (Adult)
Resource Book with Photocopiables – 180 Pages
Andrea M. Lazzari
Talk It Up! provides students with speaking opportunities by presenting stimulating and thought-provoking springboards for discussion. Choose an option below to LOOK INSIDE:
Deeper thinking leading to higher-quality writing.
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Social Survival is a practical manual outlining what it means to be a logical thinker and how logical thinkers can make sense of the social world.
This book concisely summarises the problems associated with motivating boys to write and identifies clear ways to help.
Literacy Reframed offers a fresh perspective on reading instruction with a robustly research-affirmed alternative to classroom skill work.
This book is composed of over twenty detailed, varied and easy-to-use exercises designed to improve auditory memory skills.
Recognising grammar is often invisible as well as complex, Warm-up Games for Grammar brings it out into the open so that children can see it, play with it and understand how and why we need to learn about it.
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Speaking in Sentences offers new ideas and suggestions for the standard components of any oral language programme. Its activities will help students speak in full sentences, use correct grammar and predict text in reading.
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This innovative series provides more than 100 research-based mini-lessons that help teachers efficiently shape vocabulary instruction, each taking less than 20 minutes. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE.
The PEP-3 is a revision of the popular instrument that has been used for more than 20 years to assess the skills and behaviors of children with autism and communicative disabilities who function between the ages of 6 months to 7 years.
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