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Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum

Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
Ultimate Words - A Content-Based Spelling & Vocabulary Curriculum
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Product Description
This product is designed to boost all areas of instruction with more exposure to core content terminology. It's intended to serve as a classroom spelling and word work resource. There are 24 units addressing common terms Communication Arts, Science, and Social Studies.

Curriculum Benefits
✔ Provide more exposure to core content words.
✔ Use leveled tests for struggling learners.
✔ Get online access to quizzes and activities with these specific lists.
✔ Challenge your students.
✔ Add rigor to your regular instruction.
✔ Reinforce your regular instruction and activities in all subjects.
✔ Gather scores and data for two subjects at once.
✔ These words are collected and derived from the Common Core and other traditional elementary standards.
✔ 24 Lists, 480 Words, over 100 Tests...and more online!
✔ Bonus templates are included!



Why Use a Content-Based System?

Current research suggests that a content-based approach to vocabulary and spelling offers greater promise for student kearning than conventional practices. Consider these findings:

 Multiple exposures to vocabulary items are important.

 Vocabulary words should be those that the learner will find useful in many contexts.

 Explicit instruction of words and their meanings increases the likelihood that young children will understand and remember the meanings of new words.

 Vocabulary impacts reading comprehension.

 Current teaching practices ignore the direct teaching of vocabulary.

 Learning vocabulary from context is not effective for poor readers.

 Poor readers are not exposed to challenging language.

 Repetition improves vocabulary acquisition.


Research taken from "A Review of the Current Research on Vocabulary Instruction"; compiled, written, and edited by Shari Butler, Kelsi Urrutia, Anneta Buenger, Nina Gonzalez, Marla Hunt, and Corinne Eisenhart.; Developed by the National Reading Technical Assistance Center, RMC Research Corporation

Additional research taken from "Ten Critical Facts from Vocabulary Research", by Dr. Joe Lockavitch, Author of Failure Free Reading

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446 pages
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