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The ESOL Odyssey: ELL Strategy: Vocabulary Explorers

The ESOL Odyssey: ELL Strategy: Vocabulary Explorers

Use an index card when introducing vocabulary words. Include a definition, explanation, visual, and personal connection to help students retain the meaning of a vocabulary word. Great strategy for ELLs!

Use an index card when introducing vocabulary words. Include a definition, explanation, visual, and personal connection to help students retain the meaning of a vocabulary word. Great strategy for ELLs!

Synonym posters, synonyms, shades of meaning, writing posters, classroom display, first grade and second grade vocabulary, esol

Synonym Posters

Synonym posters, synonyms, shades of meaning, writing posters, classroom display, first grade and second grade vocabulary, esol

Get to know some new words with these vocabulary activities for kids. Fourth graders will focus on prefixes and suffixes with these hands-on games and activities.

Get to know some new words with these vocabulary activities for kids. Fourth graders will focus on prefixes and suffixes with these hands-on games and activities.

Dictionary Skills - this would be good for my third graders after the ELKS donate the dictionaries!

Dictionary Skills - this would be good for my third graders after the ELKS donate the dictionaries!

Vocabulary Graphic Organizer... Only I need to make one a little less in depth for 1st graders.

Vocabulary Graphic Organizer

I have seen a sheet like this used before. I think it helps sudents to understand the specific word more. Being able to draw a picture showing the word is fun also!

I have seen a sheet like this used before. I think it helps sudents to understand the specific word more. Being able to draw a picture showing the word is fun also!

Vocabulary on the move. Each student has a word around their head or maybe a sticky note on their back. They have to go around the room and ask others for clues as to what their word is (synonym, antonym, example, definition, etc. ) they then use their clues to figure out their word.

Vocabulary on the move. Each student has a word around their head or maybe a sticky note on their back. They have to go around the room and ask others for clues as to what their word is (synonym, antonym, example, definition, etc. ) they then use their clues to figure out their word.

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