There are many reasons to work to improve a student’s (or your!) vocabulary.
One of the best ways to improve a student’s vocabulary is to keep what I call simply, a vocabulary journal.
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One of the biggest complaints among parents and teachers is how quickly students tend to forget lessons over school breaks. Holiday or seasonal breaks can last up to two weeks in some schools, and summer breaks typically last 2-3 months. What can… Read More
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Technological gadgets are perhaps the biggest distraction our students have during study time. Older students especially (and adults, if we are honest) hear the notification “bing” on phone, iPods, computers, etc. and just can’t help but take one little peek and, 20… Read More