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If your kids are struggling on standardized tests because of the vocabulary, then you will definitely want to try teaching through this word list. I scoured through standards, test prep questions, writing prompts, etc. to create this list of 100 words that every high school English should know. This ELA terms vocabulary pack allows you to review and assess the key 100 words every high school English student should know!
Student Experience: Identity what Tier 3 words your students know and need to with the pre/post test of the words. Then, all semester long you can embed the words into your lessons, and review the terms with the fun, interactive games included in this pack.
*Tier 3 vocabulary words can be described as words that do not occur as frequently and are highly specific to the context. These words tend to be found in a particular subject as opposed to within varying contexts.
- editable 100 word list
- editable 100 word pre/post-test (matching) with answers and word bank
- editable 100 word wall
- editable 50 word review game cards to use with any board game or as flash cards
- editable Writing Terms Dominoes Game
- editable Poetry Terms Human Matching Race Game
- editable Info Text Features Review Game
Download the preview file for examples of what's included AND a FREE copy of the list!!
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♥ "This was excellent for incorporating these much-needed words into my instruction. I was able to cross-reference them with the Pennsylvania Keystone ELA glossary to ensure I am teaching what my students need for the state exam."
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