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Evidence-Based Vocabulary Instruction 1. LINCS - This strategy does take more time to teach fewer words, so I choose to use it for those more intensive interventions 2. Synonyms/Antonyms/Homophones- There’s a ton of research out there on using word relationships to build vocabulary 3. Using Context Clues Using context clues to determine word meanings is also a great evidence-based strategy AND this one’s easy to implement.

Speech with Sharon: What Does it Mean? Vocabulary Graphic Organizer {FREEBIE!}

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Tools for Vocabulary Instruction: A Teacher Resource Pack

Tools for Vocabulary Instruction: A Teacher Resource Pack // a graphic organizer, perfect for interactive vocabulary notebooks


Life in 4B...: Introducing Touching Spirit Bear: Making Predictions & Using Context Clues (L.7.4)


Evidence-Based Vocabulary Instruction

Example LINCS Tables from "The LINCS Vocabulary Strategy"

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Synonym Posters

Synonym posters, synonyms, shades of meaning, writing posters, classroom display, first grade and second grade vocabulary, esol

Speechy Musings: 10 evidence-based principles all SLPs should be using in their grammar interventions! Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources


This is a vocabulary graphic organizer known as 4 Square. It is an effective way to learn and practice vocabulary in any subject area. This product contains 1 sheet with four squares on it. Each square is divided into fourths. The student writes the vocabulary word in the center of the square, and then writes the definition, a sentence that uses the word, a synonym/antonym, and a picture in the other squares.