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Not This But That: No More "Look Up the List" Vocabulary Instruction

Charlene Cobb
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Not This But That: No More "Look Up the List" Vocabulary Instruction

By Charlene Cobb, Camille Blachowicz
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Overview
Author
Charlene Cobb
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Edition
1st
ISBN
9780325049205
Published Date
06/12/2014
Pages
112
The way we’ve learned influences the way we teach, but the vocabulary instruction many of us received—looking up words and writing sentences or completing worksheets— just doesn’t work. So what can we do instead?

No More “Look Up the List” Vocabulary Instruction is your guide to engaging, research-proven practices for teaching words effectively. Practitioner Charlene Cobb and researcher Camille Blachowicz share why old-fashioned methods don’t work, what the research shows does work, and how to put the research into action.

Charlene and Camille answer teachers’ most commonly asked questions about vocabulary instruction, including:

  • How many words, and how do I select them?
  • How can I foster student independence using dictionaries and glossaries?
  • How do I find time for meaningful vocabulary instruction?
  • How can I assess and hold students accountable?
“Without practice in the full range of ways we use a word,” write Charlene and Camille, “our word knowledge is limited and falls from our grasp as the next cycle of words enters.” No More “Look Up the List” Vocabulary Instruction offers a solution—deepen students’ engagement with words, increase their exposure to them, and expand their word knowledge.
Series overview
This series helps teachers examine common, ineffective classroom practices and replace them with practices supported by research and professional wisdom. In each book a practicing educator and an education researcher identify an ineffective practice; summarise what the research suggests about why; and detail research-based, proven practices to replace it and improve student learning.

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