Direct vocabulary instruction is guided by Goldilocks and the Three Bears to teach: connections, demonstrate, details, determine, draw, explain, locate, suggest, support, classify & categorize, explicitly, recount.
I chose the theme of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” because it is a well-known story and found in some current reading programs. It is an easy story for ELL students to understand and connect to the critical vocabulary.
Large anchor charts and smaller word-wall words are included, both in color and black and white versions. Engaging printable activities and writing prompts will help your students use the vocabulary. Teacher helps and answer keys are available too!
I trust that this product helps you teach the critical vocabulary in a more developmentally appropriate way!
^^^^^Words in this product: connections, demonstrate, details, determine, draw, explain, locate, suggest, support, classify & categorize, explicitly, recount.
>>>>>Different words in this product: Tier 2 Oral Vocabulary "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" Kindergarten
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears Teach Critical Vocabulary
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Related: Common Core, CCSS, CCS, PARCC, standardized test, academic vocabulary, tier 2, primary, age 5-8, first grade, critical verbs, critical nouns, close reading