This simple, graphic organizer style program is designed to supplement either an already established semester or yearlong vocabulary list or set of lists. It is also very useful for singular use (ie for a set of vocabulary for a short story, or a novel), but semester long/year long use mean students can produce an entire book by the end of the year, which then becomes incredibly useful in studying for final exams.
The "program" is actually a very simple set of printouts, which were refined over nearly a decade of teaching English, to get students to interact with vocabulary words in such a way that they are doing far more than simply memorizing definitions, and yet, the activity is fun and easy to understand. It utilizes a system where students have to find definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and draw pictures and yet the work is organized and easy to replicate (if copying is limited at your school). The pictures are by far, the best part of the system- the students love to draw them, and the results can be truly creative, inventive, and hilarious. Grading these assignments would often leave me in stitches!