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in english the numbers oral language coloring christmas grammar coloring numbers reading comprehension posters numbers numbers worksheets time worksheets
  phonics learning : texts and questions              
Oral language : watch educational videos: animated drawings in English to develop spoken
language, build vocabulary,and writing texts properly.

Houses   Bedtime   The Chef    Antthea's acorns    Cowboys    
Birthday candles  Regatta    New office   Square bashing

       lost babies                       houses                        bedtime   

     the chef                        Antthea's acorns              cowboys

            birthday candles                                   Regatta                              New office                                                                                                                                                   

       Square bashing

  Oral language in elementary school :

Teach the Meaning of Critical,

Unknown Vocabulary Words

Children’s vocabulary in the early grades related to reading

comprehension in the upper grades.

Preschool – Children’s vocabulary correlated with reading

comprehension in upper elementary school. (Tabors, 2001)

Kindergarten – Vocabulary size was an effective predictor of

reading comprehension in middle elementary years.

(Scarborough, 1998)

First Grade – Orally tested vocabulary was a proficient

predictor of reading comprehension ten years later.

(Cunnningham and Stanovich, 1997)

Third Grade – Children with restricted vocabulary have

declining comprehension scores in later elementary years.

(Chall, Jacobs, & Baldwin, 1990)


Primary Conclusions fromNational Reading Panel (2000)

1. Vocabulary should be taught both directly and indirectly.

2. Repetition and multiple exposures to vocabulary items are


3. Learning in rich contexts is valuable for vocabulary


4. Vocabulary learning should entail active engagement in

learning tasks.

5. Dependency on a single vocabulary instructional method

will not result in optimal learning.


How does vocabulary contribute to the acquisition of reading


The obvious way – knowing the meanings of the

words in text is necessary to understand the

message being conveyed.

Other probable, less obvious ways –

-Vocabulary contributes to the development

of phonemic awareness (Metsala, 1998;

Lonegan, 2004)

-Vocabulary contributes to more accurate

decoding of words whose printed form is

unfamiliar (Ehri, 2002)

-Vocabulary contributes to reading fluency

because it reads to more accurate reading



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