By Kathleen Fitzgibbon
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Copyright © 2006. Stenhouse Publishers. All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission from publisher. 2. LARGER CONTEXTS 27 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS 28 As students have opportunities to see, hear, and discuss words in contexts that are rich and meaningful, language comes alive for them. While some of this word learning could be classified as incidental during independent reading, it is intentional and often explicit during shared and guided reading. The following dialogue occurred while Kyle Gonzalez’s middle school students were discussing Beatrice Sparks’s It Happened to Nancy with a science teacher, Judith Johnson.
9, students created degrees of temperature, size, rank, and time. 9 Words, Words, Words: Teaching Vocabulary in Grades 4-12 by Janet Allen. Copyright © 2006. Stenhouse Publishers. All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission from publisher. Barbara Barkemeyer, who teaches at Jefferson Middle School in Long Beach, California, uses a form of linear array in her English language development classes to help students examine adverbs. First she asks whether her students know what never means and elicits examples of how never is used in everyday speech.
Stenhouse Publishers. All rights reserved. No reproduction without written permission from publisher. 3. ALTERNATIVES TO, LOOK IT UP IN THE DICTIONARY! 55 WORDS, WORDS, WORDS 56 edge of the prefix and root-word meanings. The study of prefixes, suffixes, and root words can be extended as an ongoing part of the curriculum by asking students to develop word lists using their knowledge of word parts (see Appendix D for examples). 16) gives students concrete synonyms and antonyms on which to anchor the word.
5-minute Daily Practice: Vocabulary (Grades 4-8) by Kathleen Fitzgibbon