Vocabulary Resource from the Reading Sage

Note the number of “direction” words and “cognitive verbs”!

http://reading-sage.blogspot.com/2016/12/tier-2-academic-vocabulary-test.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ReadingSageReviews+%28Reading+Sage+Reviews%29

Tier 2 Academic Vocabulary Test Vocabulary

“Tier 2 Academic “Question” Vocabulary and Phrases Test Analysis for Grade 4 and 5

Students will fail all or most TerraNova, STAAR, SAT, FCAT, PARCC, SBAC Smarter Balance, and Common Core reading assessment if they do not understand the tier 2 academic vocabulary and phrasing used on reading comprehension test questions!

This is a quick look at the tier 2 vocabulary found in grade 4 and 5 reading assessment. ….”

List follows on his post!

 

 

A Vocabulary Teaching Template

Here’s another resource from one of my favorite Literacy sites:

Adventures in Literacy Land

“want to share my favorite vocabulary activity with you!  One of the great things about this Vocabulary Graphic Organizer is that it can be used K-5 and across all subject areas.  There is a free copy of the organizer later in this post….”

There is also a google slides version.

http://www.adventuresinliteracyland.com/2016/11/a-quick-easy-way-to-teach-vocabulary.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AdventuresInLiteracyLand+%28Adventures+in+Literacy+Land%29

A Middle School Vocabulary Challenge and Blog

 

A 90 Minute Vocabulary Challenge from Carla’s blog:

This month the following blog will be posted

on key national educational blog sites…including ILA’s 
(International Literacy Association – formerly IRA)
because they think it’s important! 
(which it is…)

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