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All about words : increasing vocabulary in the common core classroom, preK-2

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Common core state standards for literacy series (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1139.5 .L35 N477 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10233843

Keywords:

Language arts (Early childhood), Language arts (Early childhood)--Standards, Vocabulary--Study and teaching (Early childhood), Vocabulary--Study and teaching (Early childhood)--Standards

Abstract:

Contents: Why words are important -- The age of common core state standards -- All about words -- Common myths about oral vocabulary development -- Key principles for teaching oral vocabulary development -- Creating a vocabulary-rich environment -- The physical environment -- Enriching the verbal environment -- Summary -- Building children's vocabulary -- The problem -- A content-rich approach to vocabulary instruction -- A teaching sequence -- A self-teaching approach -- Supporting content-rich vocabulary instruction through book reading -- Types of text -- Text sets -- Applying the instructional regime to text sets -- Conclusions -- Grouping for vocabulary instruction -- Organizing vocabulary instruction in the age of common core standards -- Creating a comprehensive vocabulary program -- Conclusions -- How do we know children are learning? -- Assessing vocabulary development -- Assessment activities -- Evidence of children's learning -- Reducing vocabulary disparities through high-quality instruction -- Examples of text sets -- Examples of vocabulary terms children should know, preK-grade 2.

Publication Language:

eng