Vocabulary Preview and Review Task Cards
The perfect way to target preview/review vocabulary IEP goals!
Many students need extra vocabulary practice. Students who are deaf or hard of hearing tend to miss language input from their environment and benefit from previewing content vocabulary before class and reviewing it again afterwards.
Use with any vocabulary list!
• 18 Prompts
: For conversation or writing, covering basics such as part of speech and sentence, as well as creative and critical thinking prompts for deeper understanding.
: Require no prep or materials except for paper or white board. Includes sorting, drawing, and more.
: Require no prep or materials except for paper or white board. Includes classics like hangman and some new games. Pick randomly or let the student's choose.
6 to a page. I printed mine on Astrobright paper to separate the prompts, activities, and games, although they are labeled.
These task cards are perfect for teachers of the deaf, special education teachers, or speech pathologists whose students walk in with a list of vocabulary they need to review!
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