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Vocabulary Instruction During Reading
Vocabulary Instruction During Reading
How Do Students Master the Words?

After pre-teaching five key words, students read aloud with their partners, alternating sentences. As they read with a buddy, they begin to grasp a deeper meaning of these words in context as well as other unfamiliar words. When they finish a paragraph, they summarize orally what they learned in that paragraph, using as many Tier 2 and Tier 3 words as appear. Kindergarten and first-grade readers may need to summarize after each page or before turning the page as many emerging reader texts have one- or two-sentence paragraphs.

Students invariably have to go back and reread the paragraph and question their understanding to summarize the information correctly. This affords students a better opportunity ...

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