Houghton Mifflin HS Word Lists
100 Words HS Freshman Should Know
100 Words HS Graduates Should Know
Practice Vocabulary and Grammar at Freerice.com
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Latin Roots Latin #16
Word Parts Game (Flashcards at Quizlet.com) (See handout)
Building Academic Vocabulary - Jen Madison PowerPoint Presentation
Vocabulary Development - West Virginia Department of Education
Vocabulary Resources - Learning in Maine
Quizlet Flashcards -
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Vocabulary Development and Concept Graphic Organizers
Student Friendly Definitions
Collins COBUILD Dictionary
Fun With Words Websites
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Shahi is a visual dictionary that combines words and images from the web. It's a fun tool for writers of any age who are thinking through illustrations and multiple meanings of words.
Thinkfinity – educational resources – keyword Vocabulary
Wordle generates “word clouds” from text that you provide.
Well Defined: Vocabulary in Rhyme, Michael Salinger
"Each poem's story leaves an indelible image in the reader's mind." J. Blasingame
Bringing Words to Life: Robust Vocabulary Instruction
by Isabel L. Beck, Margaret G. McKeown, and Linda Kucan (2002) (recommends The New Reading Teacher’s Book of Lists by E.B. Fry, 1985)
Building Academic Vocabulary: Teacher's Manual by Robert J. Marzano and Debra J. Pickering (2005) Grade-level and content-area vocabulary lists
Creating Robust Vocabulary: Frequently Asked Questions and Extended Examples (Solving Problems in the Teaching of Literacy)(part of series, Solving Problems in the Teaching of Literacy) by Isabel L. Beck , Margaret G. McKeown , Linda Kucan (2008) Summarize HS example p. 138-152.
Inside Words by Janet Allen
Merges recent research and key content-area teaching strategies to show teachers how to help students understand the academic vocabulary found in textbooks, tests, articles, and other informational texts
The Vocabulary Book: Learning & Instruction (Language and Literacy Series) by Michael F. Graves (2006) Four-part vocabulary program: 1 – providing rich and varied language experiences 2 – teaching individual words 3 – teaching word-learning strategies 4 – fostering word consciousness Twenty Most Frequent Prefixes, p. 104 HS examples 152-59
What Really Matters in Vocabulary by Patricia M. Cunningham (2009) “Maximizing Vocabulary Development by Teaching Word Parts,” Chapter 3, Spanish and French Cognates for Common English Words, p. 61-65
Word Savvy: Integrating Vocabulary, Spelling, and Wordy Study, Grades 3-6 by Max Brand Integrated Vocabulary, Spelling, & Word Study, Grades 3-6
Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction (4th Edition) (Words Their Way Series)(4th Edition) by Donald R. Bear, Marcia Invernizzi , Shane R. Templeton, Francine Johnston
Word Wise and Content Rich, Grades 7-12: Five Essential Steps to Teaching Academic Vocabulary by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey (2008)
Words, Words, Words: Teaching Vocabulary in Grades 4-12 by Janet Allen (1999) Chapter 2 diagrams Add Appendix B “Quotations for Word Lovers,” p. 115-16 to Power of Language unit Check Appendix D “Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes,” p. 121-23 against Gallagher’s list and Grammar Module Part II lists