Collection of Lesson Plans for teaching vocabulary in language arts instruction.

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Vocabulary Review

by Holly Mercado

A variety of vocabulary review games to help students to prepare for the final vocabulary assessment.
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Students will be introduced to week three vocabulary words through a Powerpoint presentation. They will create flashcards to help them review the ten words.
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Developing Vocabulary

by Brittney Parks

Students will learn new vocabulary. Through various classroom activities such as describing how to be a good citizen, using the new terms they will be able to expand their vocabulary. By introducing students to new terms they will be able to communicate effectively.
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ABC Books for Vocabulary Building

by Michele Warrence-Schreiber

Middle school aged students create ABC books in the content area.
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This lesson will help students recognize and identify important words when reading a piece of text. This lesson will also help students summarize text their reading.
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A vocabulary lesson for 9th graders Given a list of foreign words commonly used in English, students will define them and create a list with dictionary definitions and the words in context. Understanding these words and how they are used will help students improve their vocabulary, thus helping their reading and comprehension skills.
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Students are likely to know many more words than they use in their writing. This lesson is designed to help students better use their vocabulary by teaching (or reviewing) what verbs are and to then help them access verbs they already know and use them in sentences. Students work together to brainstorm and create lists of verbs for each of the letters of the alphabet. Then, choosing one verb for each letter, they create pages for an Action Alphabet book. Each page includes an illustration and a sentence using the verb in context. The project can be adapted according to age level and language ability. Students in kindergarten may work together on a class book, while older students may work in small groups or individually. Similarly, the complexity of the example sentences will vary depending on students' writing levels.
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Gr. K Essential Vocabulary for ELA Learners 2010 - 2011

by Sue Costagliola East Meadow School District

This project; Essential Vocabulary for English Language Learners addresses the need for the ESL students to practice their instructional vocabulary which is essential for the development of literacy skills. The CAP is organized into monthly themes. This facilitates alignment with the mainstream kindergarten class.
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Tired Words

by tara speech

This lesson is designed to encourage students to use words other than, "said", "like", and "nice" within their writing.
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A variety of vocabulary review games to help students to prepare for a vocabulary quiz.
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A variety of vocabulary review games to help students to prepare for a vocabulary and comprehension quiz.
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A variety of vocabulary review games to help students to prepare for a vocabulary and comprehension quiz.
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