Making Meaning: Research-Based Strategies for Vocabulary Instruction

Participants will gain practical strategies and instructional routines to enrich vocabulary programs, seamlessly integrating them into their existing curriculum and classrooms.

Recently, the significance of vocabulary instruction has gained more recognition, supported by research that highlights the necessity of direct instruction in expanding students' word knowledge. This workshop is designed to delve into an integrated framework for enhancing vocabulary programs, which encompasses providing rich and varied language experiences, teaching individual words, imparting word-learning strategies, and fostering word consciousness. Participants will engage in hands-on activities as learners and will leave with instructional routines and strategies that can be woven into their current curriculum and instruction.

Intended Audience

English/ELA Instructors
Reading Specialists

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