Academic Vocabulary BUNDLE! Includes Series 1 and 2, PLUS a bonus file-- three basic vocabulary worksheets that can be used with any vocabulary words you choose.
Help your students master Tier 2 Academic Vocabulary the easy way!
Teacher directions and recommendations
Twelve Academic Vocabulary worksheets
Bonus product file
Each worksheet contains:
9 Tier 2 Academic Vocabulary words
3 structured activities that vary from worksheet to worksheet
Complete answer key
The Common Core ELA standards stress the need to provide direct and explicit instruction for academic vocabulary.
These worksheets will help you accomplish this goal by providing students with authentic practice aligned with Marzano's Six Step Process using Tier 2 Academic Vocabulary words: identifying synonyms and antonyms, researching word etymology, illustrating words, filling in the blank, editing sentences for correct vocabulary usage and much much more!
* Lesson 1 words: adequate, annual, apparent, attitude, approximate, communicate, attribute, commit, vehemently
* Lesson 2 words: collaborate, analyze, evidence, link, minor, outcome, layer, locate, maximize
* Lesson 3 words: scheme, sequence, rely, react, remove, publish, register, proportion, shift
* Lesson 4 words: domestic, implicate, emerge, boisterously, implement, impose, integrate, investigate, confer
* Lesson 5 words: project, resolve, regime, series, promote, prior, precise, professional, retain
* Lesson 6 words: volume, valid, perished, technical, technique, task, specify, access, technology
* Lesson 7 words: assumption, convincing, description, explanation, indicate, perspective, significance, clarify, inference
* Lesson 8 words: accurate, analysis, assume, aware, benefit, challenge, consequence, convince, describe
* Lesson 9 words: advantage, contribute, impact, logical, objectively, prediction, tradition, reaction, variety
* Lesson 10 words: beneficial, comparison, relevant, capable, crisis, deny, opposition, viewpoint, claim
* Lesson 11 words: compatible, imply, current, rational, resolution, transition, solution, potential, focus
* Lesson 12 words: conclude, elaborate, crucial, consequently, introduce, interpret, demonstrate, respond, perceive