Education

May 19 2017

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Teaching Resources

VocabularySpellingCity’s Teaching Resources pages provide free lesson plan ideas and supplemental materials for teachers in all subject areas and grade levels.

K-12 teachers can access background information on grade level topics to assist in creating extensive lesson plans for English Language Arts concepts like grammar or figurative language. The Educational Topics section offers teachers information on research-based best practices, such as how to effectively implement literacy centers.

To further enhance lesson plans, teachers will find free K-12 literacy teaching resources and K-12 content specific vocabulary lists. Lists and resources support the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Pages provide a review of CCSS and specifications on how resources and materials align to grade level standards.

In addition, lists can be paired with VocabularySpellingCity’s interactive learning games and free printable worksheets. K-12 teachers will see suggestions as to what interactive games are best suited for students to practice and build spelling and vocabulary proficiency.

FEATURED WORD LISTS LESSONS

  • Word Lists Lessons offers video lessons, enrichment strategies for teachers, parents and homeschoolers, plus useful word lists for grades K through high school. A variety of K-12 Language Arts lessons are offered including Analogies. Compound Words. and Figurative Language. Thousands of word lists are here, ready to import into your account while logged in, such as Beginning Spelling Curriculum. Sight Words. and Academic Vocabulary .

    Remember that our word lists fit general guidelines. Since curricula and students abilities vary, be sure to check more than one grade level to find exactly the words you need.

    Articles of interest in this section include using literacy centers effectively in the classroom, information and research on the importance of teaching spelling, spelling s link to reading comprehension, and tips for improving students writing skills. There are also links to our Educational Standards and CCSS correlation.

    Literacy Centers





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