These Frayer Model graphic organizers work well for vocabulary journals. This a modified Frayer model, which asks students to think about a word in several different ways. Higher-level thinking and word ownership are more likely to develop when students spend time doing this activity daily. Students then use their journal of collected words as a resource.
These free graphic organizers include note taking charts, vocabulary webs, author study maps, think pair share charts, timelines, customizable organizers . . .
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Cornell Notes Template. Teach your students how to take notes, and revise at home, efficiently
British and American English
Word Webs: A Vocabulary Activity with a Twist
Looking for a new vocabulary activity to engage your middle school or high school students? After students make webs of their vocabulary words, have their partners try to guess the word. Read on for directions and samples.
A challenging crossword puzzle to help students learn the names of the U.S. state capital cities. Fifty clues in all. Solution included.
Teach vocabulary with trading cards! Students write the vocabulary word and draw a picture on the front. On the back they write "stats" about the word like its definition or how to use it in a sentence.