Blended Vocabulary for K–12 Classrooms

Blended Vocabulary for K–12 Classrooms

Harnessing the Power of Digital Tools and Direct Instruction

By: Kimberly A. Tyson, Angela Peery

Discover a research-based model you can implement to help English learners, general education students, and special education students master tiered vocabulary.

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Blended Vocabulary for K–12 Classrooms

Created for teachers, administrators, instructional coaches, and literacy teams, this resource outlines a research-based model that will help you ensure English learners, general education students, and special education students master tiered vocabulary. With greater understanding of how to teach vocabulary effectively and incorporate digital tools, you can develop a blended approach to word learning that makes a significant impact on achievement.

  • Understand the importance of students’ vocabulary development and ways educators at the classroom, school, and district levels can positively impact vocabulary building.
  • Learn how to develop effective literacy leadership teams.
  • Explore digital tools and how to use them to support word learning in interactive ways.
  • Discover instructional strategies for teaching vocabulary to elementary students, secondary students, special education students, and English learners.
  • Access activities, recommended books, and other resources that support the three tiers of vocabulary instruction.

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Additional Information

Product Code: BKF630

ISBN: 9780991374830

Published By: Solution Tree

“Tyson and Peery’s blended model transports vocabulary instruction into the 21st century classroom. This book is alive with resources, strategies, and practical examples, offering a concise yet comprehensive approach for K–12 teachers. This book is alive with practical strategies and digital tools. A must-read for teachers looking to move vocabulary instruction into the 21st century.”

Tara Kingsley, assistant professor, Indiana University Kokomo

“As the demands for academic vocabulary continue to be amplified, digital tools offer opportunities for teachers and students to develop word-knowledge and vocabulary-acquisition strategies. Blended Vocabulary for K–12 Classrooms offers a wide range of approaches to vocabulary instruction, while leveraging accessible digital tools for classroom teachers and literacy leaders to support students’ vocabulary development.”

Michael Manderino, assistant professor of literacy education, Northern Illinois University

Blended Vocabulary for K-12 Classrooms: Harnessing the Power of Digital Tools and Direct Instruction begins with supporting research and ideas of how to successfully implement vocabulary instruction schoolwide. This task can be overwhelming. However, authors Tyson and Peery offer ways to avoid pitfalls and develop a culture of change.”

Lynn Gurnee, president, Contra Costa Reading Association, California

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