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Vocabulary Lessons that are Student-Centered and Collaborative

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Learning vocabulary can often be tedious for students, but it doesnít have to be! Come explore strategies for engaging students in dynamic vocabulary lessons! Learn how you can flip your vocabulary instruction, drive inquiry, and support online collaboration and publication. Join Catlin Tucker as she shares how you can do all of this, while addressing the Common Core Language and Writing Standards Ė and without adding to your workload. Presented by Catlin Tucker


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Language Arts
Last aired on: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Common Core, Reading & Writing
Tags: CCSS, collaboration, Common Core State Standards, flipped lessons, inquiry, Language and writing standards, publication, Vocabulary

Reviews (67)

Full Member
I love the idea of using creative vocabulary stories, as well as adapting the story style for the particular unit we might be in as a class. For example, having students write an informative vocabulary piece, if we are in the informative unit. Additionally, I like that students then read each others and provide feedback.
Full Member
Great strategies to teach vocabulary!
Basic Member
Excellent source of information for strategies in teaching vocabulary. Thank you!
Full Member
Great information!
Nice work
This was a very informative video.
Basic Member
Great ways to teach vocab and have students interested.
Basic Member
I have been sooo stumped on what to do to make vocabulary generally effective in my classroom, and I think you present great, relevant ideas that I can use. Thank you!
Thank you for the strategies to engaged my students.
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