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Sequencing Vocabulary skills








Teaching Vocabulary Using Storybooks
Critical Design Features of Storybook Instruction

  • Repeated readings of stories (alternated)

  • Classic stories or on lists of recommended readings

  • Performance reading style (Extended intro; few interruptions during reading, dialogue after reading)

  • 3 target words per story

  • Scaffolded story grammar intro and retell

  • How to Select Words to Preteach

  • Identify words that are critical to story understanding that are not explained in the text.

  • Select words students will "encounter" again (moderate frequency words)

  • Preteach meanings of words using examples, synonyms, definitions

  • Provide children opportunities to use the words.




Book

Vocabulary Taught

Synonym/Definition

Harry the dirty dog

buried

strange


furiously

Put in the ground and covered with dirt
Someone (or something) that you don’t know
Fast and wildly





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