Building Vocabulary for Better Literacy

Click on the link to access the ‘Building Vocabulary for Better Literacy’ CPD PowerPoint:

Building Vocabulary for Better Literacy
The objective of this PPT is to explore the research and strategies around pre-teaching vocabulary and relating this to improving literacy levels and learning outcomes for children and young people.

Building Vocabulary for Better Literacy – PPT

Introductory Task – Example Vocabulary

CLICK HERE to download the ‘My Personal Action Plan’ sheet

Click the links below to access the Pip St.John – Pre-Teaching Vocabulary posters:
PTV – Step 1 – How we learn new words wheel
PTV – Step 2 – How we learn new words wheel
PTV – Step 3 – How we learn new words wheel

Watch the videos below for examples of Pre Teaching Vocabulary being developed in the classroom, highlighting the use of gesture, repetition, linking to prior knowledge and consolidating phonological awareness to support the teaching of new vocabulary.

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