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Author: Karen Kindle
ISBN13: 978-0545165136
Title: Using Read-Alouds to Teach Vocabulary: Research-Based Strategies and Model Lessons for Using Fiction and Nonfiction Books to Build Children’s ... and Speaking Skills (Teaching Resources)
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Language: English
Category: Words Language and Grammar
Publisher: Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching Strategies) (February 1, 2011)
Pages: 128

Using Read-Alouds to Teach Vocabulary: Research-Based Strategies and Model Lessons for Using Fiction and Nonfiction Books to Build Children’s ... and Speaking Skills (Teaching Resources) by Karen Kindle



Library of Congress Control Number: 2011283861. Varying Form of Title: Scholastic Using read-alouds to teach vocabulary. Publication, Distribution, et. New York Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities.

Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities. For use with Grades K–. .Published February 1st 2011 by Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching Strategies).

Veteran teacher Karen Kindle offers practical strategies for effectively building children's vocabulary. She shows teachers how to select robust words from read alouds and infuse them into classroom talk throughout day. She offers engaging word-learning strategies, along with dozens of activities that provide meaningful practice with target words. Multiple exposures and repeated use help students master the words they need-setting them up for reading success. Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities

Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities. Additional Information.

Reading these books aloud offers a prime opportunity for vocabulary instruction, and veteran teacher Karen Kindle shows you how to make the most of this powerful teaching time.

She shows teachers how to select robust words from read alouds and infuse them into classroom talk throughout day.

Author: Karen J. Kindle. Publisher: Teaching Resources. Veteran teacher Karen Kindle offers practical strategies for effectively building children's vocabulary.

Multiple exposures and repeated use help students master the words they need—setting them up for reading success. Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities. For use with Grades K–2. Vocabulary Skills.

Choosing Words to Teach. Vocabulary Development During Read-Alouds. Vocabulary is the knowledge of words and word meanings. Instruction in vocabulary involves far more than looking up words in a dictionary and using the words in a sentence. Vocabulary is acquired incidentally through indirect exposure to words and intentionally through explicit instruction in specific words and word-learning strategies. According to Michael Graves (2000), there are four components of an effective vocabulary program: wide or extensive independent reading to expand word knowledge. Reading Basics From print awareness to comprehension. Reading 101 Course K-3 professional development course.

February-Two main topics we cover in Kindergarten are Dental Health and The Presidents. We wanted to focus our learning on these units through non-fiction read-alouds. We met before and chose appropriate books our focused vocabulary words and activities to build vocabulary. Dental Health Vocabulary Words. Dental Health Non-fiction Read-Alouds. We chose the following non-fiction books to guide instruction and introduce our featured vocabulary words. We decided on books because that are engaging in their rich vocabulary and eye-catching illustrations. These books have labeled diagrams, captions, bubbling and charts. Making the Very Most of Classroom Read-Alouds to Promote Comprehension and Vocabulary. The Reading Teacher Vol. 61, No. 5 February 2008. Related Presentations.

Veteran teacher Karen Kindle offers practical strategies for effectively building children’s vocabulary. She shows teachers how to select robust words from read alouds and infuse them into classroom talk throughout day. She offers engaging word-learning strategies, along with dozens of activities that provide meaningful practice with target words. Multiple exposures and repeated use help students master the words they need—setting them up for reading success. Includes 15 fiction and nonfiction units built around popular books, complete with lessons and infusion activities. For use with Grades K–2.
Reviews: 2
Juce
Not what I expected. Some of the books it's paired with are texts I already use but some are not...some I haven't heard of.
JoldGold
I have used this already in my first grade classroom - LOVE it - this professional and practical text helped my kiddos develop in their understanding of important vocab through read-aloud. I also have a stronger understanding myself of ways to immerse children in language and activities that grow their thinking and understanding of the world - because the author provides not just the how-to but the why!