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Building Brilliant Vocabulary 60 Lessons to Close the Word Gap in KS3

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Build brilliant vocabulary to help close the word gap in KS3 English with ready-made vocabulary activities for 60 high leverage Tier 2 words and teaching guidance informed by evidence and research.60 ready-made lessons and student worksheets to share with your department to build confidence in teaching vocabulary in KS3 to improve students' conceptual knowledge and prepare for GCSE 9-1.· Tackles high leverage Tier 2 words to help students understand challenging concepts.· Supports and exemplifies good practice in systematic and explicit teaching of vocabulary with a teaching sequence for each word with student activity sheets using the words in a range of contexts.· Unlocks learning and reduces workload with a bank of vocabulary activities which are easy to set for homework, starters or tutor time.· Helps you show Ofsted evidence of a structured approach to teaching Tier 2 vocabulary.· Expert support from Katie Ashford, specialist in SEN and the teaching of reading.· Adapt the resources to your needs: the flexible format means lessons can be taught as a full vocabulary intervention programme, or dipped into to fit your own schemes of work.* The student activity sheets and editable versions of the teacher notes can be downloaded from the Collins website: www.collins.co.uk/BuildingBrilliantVocabulary/download

Building Vocabulary Level 10 Kit

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Building Vocabulary from Word Roots provides a systematic approach to teaching vocabulary using Greek and Latin prefixes, bases, and suffixes. Over 90% of English words of two or more syllables are of Greek or Latin origin. Instead of learning words and definitions in isolation, students learn key roots and strategies for deciphering words and their meanings across all content areas. Building Vocabulary from Word Roots: Level 10 kit includes: Teacher's Guide; Student Guided Practice Book (Each kit includes a single copy; additional copies may be ordered in quantities of 10 or more); Assessments to support data-driven instruction; and Digital resources including modeled lessons, 50 bonus activities, and more.

Building Vocabulary for College

Author : R. Kent Smith
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BUILDING VOCABULARY FOR COLLEGE is a vocabulary worktext that helps you increase your academic vocabulary through a practical, reinforcing approach that promotes mastery of the words and word parts studied. The text begins by presenting the basics such as common prefixes, suffixes, and roots. Exercises in Part 1 ask you to work through matching, multiple-choice, sentence fill-in, and completing a passage sections. The lessons in Section 2 introduce terms from a variety of academic disciplines to help you succeed across the curriculum. Exercises in Part 2 include matching, sentence fill-ins, and completing a passage sections.

Dictionary of English Antonyms Vocabulary Building

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Antonym is a word that has the same or nearly the same meaning as another word. Alphabetical List of English antonyms Sample This: English Antonyms – A 1. ABOVE -- (meaning) on top of, over, higher than, more than Antonyms of ‘Above’ -- below / under / less / beneath / lower 2. ABSORB -- (meaning) to take in energy, gas, heat, light, liquid, etc. Antonyms of ‘Absorb’ -- emanate / discharge / drip / emit / exude / leak / ooze / radiate / secrete 3. ABSTEMIOUS -- (meaning) not lenient towards yourself Antonyms of ‘Abstemious’ -- unconstrained / uncontrolled / uninhibited / unrestrained 4. ACCEPT -- (meaning) to take readily something that is offered; to say ‘Yes’ to proposal, offer, etc. Antonyms of ‘Accept’ -- abandon / deny / disallow / disprove / discard / dump / rebut / refuse / reject 5. ACCIDENTAL -- (meaning) happening by chance Antonyms of ‘Accidental’ -- deliberate / intentional / planned / premeditated / purposeful / fixed 6. ACCRETION -- (meaning) slowly added layer of a substance Antonyms of ‘Accretion’ -- corrosion / decay / decomposition / deterioration / disintegration / erosion 7. ACKNOWLEDGE -- (meaning) to accept that something is true Antonyms of ‘Acknowledge’ -- condone / deny / disprove / challenge / contradict / ignore / invalidate / overlook / rebuff / refute 8. ACTIVE -- (meaning) involved in something or doing something Antonyms of ‘Active’ -- dormant / idle / inactive / inert / latent / lethargic / listless / passive / sluggish 9. ACTUAL -- (meaning) existing in reality Antonyms of ‘Actual’ -- fantasy / illusory / imaginary / invented / unreal / virtual 10. ADORATION -- (meaning) intense like Antonyms of ‘Adoration’ -- abhorrence / detestation / disgust / hatred / loathing / odium / repugnance / repulsion OTHER USEFUL ANTONYMS -- XYZ 1. abandon -- retain / salvage 2. abase -- deference / respect 3. abashed -- proud / unabashed 4. abate -- strengthen / brace 5. abbreviate -- amplify / lengthen 6. abdicate -- accept / continue 7. aberrant -- typical / usual 8. aberration -- normality / routine 9. abet -- hinder / dissuade 10. abhor -- admire / worship 11. abhorrent -- desirable / pleasing 12. abiding -- temporary / transient 13. ability -- inability / ineptitude 14. abject -- hopeful / optimistic 15. abjure -- own / possess 16. able -- incapable / unable 17. abnormal -- normal / natural 18. abolition -- initiation / launching 19. abominate -- love / respect 20. abortive -- fruitful / productive 21. abrasive -- even / regular / polite 22. abridge -- enlarge / expand 23. abridged -- comprehensive / whole 24. abrupt -- gradual / steady 25. abseil -- ascend / climb 26. absence -- attendance / existence / presence 27. absolute -- relative / virtual 28. absolution -- harshness / severity 29. absolve -- blame / condemn / denounce 30. abstain -- endure / persist 31. abstinence -- excess / indulgence 32. abstract -- concrete / real 33. abstracted -- alert / attentive / aware 34. abstruse -- intelligible / logical / lucid 35. abundant -- meager / scarce 36. abysmal -- excellent / outstanding 37. accede -- disallow / discard 38. acceptable -- deplorable / unacceptable 39. acceptance -- denial / rejection / renunciation 40. accessible -- inaccessible / unachievable 41. acclaim -- condemnation / disapproval 42. accolade -- discredit / disgrace / ignominy 43. accommodating -- disobliging / uncooperative 44. accord -- disagreement / disparity 45. accountable -- inexplicable / unaccountable 46. accredit -- derecognize / disapprove 47. accrual -- decrease / deduction / loss 48. accurate -- inaccurate / incorrect 49. accustomed -- unaccustomed / unfamiliar 50. achievable -- unachievable / unattainable 51. acquiescence -- opposition / resistance 52. acquire -- cede / relinquish / surrender 53. acrid -- saccharine / sugary 54. acrimonious -- harmonious / melodious 55. activate -- deactivate / impede 56. activity -- immobility / sluggishness 57. acuity -- dullness / tedium 58. acumen -- folly / foolhardiness / stupidity 59. adamant -- relenting / yielding 60. add -- deduct / subtract

Dictionary of Informal Words Vocabulary Building

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Informal Words are connected with normal communication to your colleagues, acquaintances, family members, etc. | Informal words are more common in speech than in writing. | Informal words are used in ‘unofficial’ language. These words are not used in ‘official’ or formal writing | This book covers around 1400 Informal words (including name of parts of speech they belong to) and their meanings | IMPORTANT NOTE: Many informal words are used in both American and British English in the same way. However, some informal words are particularly used in American English only. Similarly, some informal words are particularly used in British English only. | INFORMAL WORDS – A -- A1 [adjective] -- very good | abs [noun] -- the muscles of the abdomen | ace [adjective | noun] -- very good | number one | achy [adjective] -- affected by an uninterrupted pain that is small in degree | ack-ack [noun] -- the non-stop firing of guns at aircraft | ad [noun] -- advertisement | adman [noun] -- a person who works in advertising or promotion | adore [verb] -- to be very fond of something | aggravate [verb] -- to intentionally irritate somebody | a gogo [adjective] -- in large quantities | airhead [noun] -- an unintelligent or stupid person | all [adverb] -- enormously | allergic [adjective] -- having an aversion of somebody/something | all right [adverb] -- used to emphasize something | almighty [adjective] -- enormous or severe | alphabet soup [noun] -- extremely difficult language with abbreviations or symbols | ammo [noun] -- ammunition [supply of bullets, etc; very important information for argument] | amp [noun] -- amplifier [a type of electrical device] | appalling [adjective] -- extremely bad or poor | arm candy [noun] -- a beautiful woman accompanied by a man in a public event | arm-twisting [noun] -- the use of physical power or great pressure to convince somebody to do something | artsy (arty) [adjective] -- enormously interested in the arts | artsy-fartsy (arty-farty) [adjective] -- connected with the arts | Aussie [noun] -- a person or native from Australia | awful [adjective] -- very bad | used to emphasize a large quantity or sum of something | axe (ax) [verb] -- to kill somebody with an axe | to get rid of a scheme, service, system, etc. | to dismiss somebody from their job | **** | INFORMAL WORDS -- Particularly Used In AMERICAN ENGLISH: | ace [verb] -- to be successful | all-nighter [noun] -- a time when somebody stay awake all night, mainly for studying | ambulance chaser [noun] -- a lawyer connected with cases of accident claims | amped [adjective] -- excited | antsy [adjective] -- unable to keep still | any [adverb] -- ‘at all’ [used at the end of negative sentences] | A-OK [adjective] -- in satisfactory or perfect condition, manner or style. | attaboy / attagirl [exclamation] -- used to admire or encourage a boy or man / girl or woman | awesome [adjective] -- first-rate, excellent or pleasurable | awful [adverb] -- extremely or enormously | INFORMAL WORDS -- Particularly Used In BRITISH ENGLISH: | admin [noun] -- Administration [activities connected with organizing something] | afters [noun] -- a sweet dish that is eaten after meal | ages -- [noun] a very long time | aggro [noun] -- cruel, hostile and aggressive behavior | airy-fairy [adjective] -- impractical, unreasonable, unclear | all right [exclamation] -- used to say hello | all-singing, all-dancing [adjective] -- (of a machine) having a advanced features | anorak [noun] -- a boring person who is very fond of learning facts or collecting things | appro [noun] -- on approval [connected with shopping activities] | argy-bargy [noun] -- noisy argument or difference of opinions |

Building an Effective Vocabulary

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Discusses the development of the English language, use of the dictionary, methods of word study, and instruction in pronunciation and word-building and presents lists of terms, pieces of literature, exercises, and tests to aid the student in building and using a large store of words.

Boost Your Brainpower

Author : Frank B. Minirth
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Most people use less than 5 percent of their overall brain potential. Boost Your Brainpower helps readers tap into the other 95 percent through the mental exercise of vocabulary building and memorization. With the exercise in this book, readers can improve test scores, increace IQ, memorize more information, communicate more effectively, and excel in work and interactions with other people. The book also reveals eight time-proven memory technique encourages Scripture memorization, and offers insights into language that will open new doors for any reader.

Comprehension Cliffhanger Stories

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15 reproducible, kid-pleasing stories that are perfect for building essential reading skills such as predicting, making inferences, summarizing, and more.

Building Academic Vocabulary

Author : Lawrence J. Zwier
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Building Academic Vocabulary was written because English for Academic Purposes (EAP) students often complain that they don't have the vocabularies they need for college courses. Building Academic Vocabulary will help students develop lexical precision as they work in such often exercised modes as cause-effect, general description, description of processes, or comparison/contrast. Each unit focuses on 10-15 key vocabulary items within a certain essential meaning area. Each unit also highlights--and lightly exercises--20-25 additional vocabulary items that provide a broader and more diverse second level of learning. The nine meaning areas addressed were carefully selected for their usefulness in the writing and speaking most common in EAP classes. Similarly, the comments about usage and syntactic restrictions in the text have been referenced to two widely used corpora. Building Academic Vocabulary is usable as either a self-study tool for advanced students (or professionals eager to refine their English) or as a course book. It makes an excellent supplement to a course or text that focuses on rhetorical modes, either reading or writing.

Challenges and Solutions in Ethnographic Research

Author : Tuuli Lähdesmäki
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Challenges and Solutions in Ethnographic Research: Ethnography with a Twist seeks to rethink ethnography ‘outside the box’ of its previous tradition and to develop ethnographic methods by critically discussing the process, ethics, impact and knowledge production in ethnographic research. This interdisciplinary edited volume argues for a ‘twist’ that supports openness, courage, and creativity to develop and test innovative and unconventional ways of thinking and doing ethnography. ‘Ethnography with a twist’ means both an intentional aim to conduct ethnographic research with novel approaches and methods but also sensitivity to recognize and creativity to utilize different kinds of ‘twist moments’ that ethnographic research may create for the researcher. This edited volume critically evaluates new and old methodological tools and their ability to engage with questions of power difference. It proposes new collaborative methods that allow for co-production and co-creation of research material as well as shared conceptual work and wider distribution of knowledge. The book will be of use to ethnographers in humanities and social science disciplines including sociology, anthropology and communication studies.

Building a Better Vocabulary

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The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building

Author : Teresa Ferster Glazier
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The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building helps students take that step and begin what should become an ongoing study of words. Since only one approach is used, students can work through the text easily. Moreover, no distinction is made between Greek and Latin roots; student need to remember the meaning of a root rather than its language. Whether the text is used in the classroom or for slef-help, The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building will lead to the most vocabulary you can have.

Word Clues Textbook workbook in Word Study and Vocabulary building

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Colloquial French

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Colloquial French: The Complete Course for Beginners has been carefully developed by an experienced teacher to provide a step-by-step course to French as it is written and spoken today. Combining a clear, practical and accessible style with a methodical and thorough treatment of the language, it equips learners with the essential skills needed to communicate confidently and effectively in French in a broad range of situations. No prior knowledge of the language is required. Colloquial French is exceptional; each unit presents a wealth of grammatical points that are reinforced with a wide range of exercises for regular practice. A full answer key, a grammar summary, bilingual glossaries and English translations of dialogues can be found at the back as well as useful vocabulary lists throughout. Key features include: A clear, user-friendly format designed to help learners progressively build up their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills Jargon-free, succinct and clearly structured explanations of grammar An extensive range of focused and dynamic supportive exercises Realistic and entertaining dialogues covering a broad variety of narrative situations Helpful cultural points explaining the customs and features of life in France. An overview of the sounds of French Balanced, comprehensive and rewarding, Colloquial French is an indispensable resource both for independent learners and students taking courses in French. Audio material to accompany the course is available to download free in MP3 format from www.routledge.com/cw/colloquials. Recorded by native speakers, the audio material features the dialogues and texts from the book and will help develop your listening and pronunciation skills.

Jerry Pam Memoirs of a Hollywood Publicist

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Offering a unique and intriguing insight into the workings of Hollywood and its personalities, this book literally takes the reader on an A-Z journey of Tinseltown.

The Treasure of la Malinche

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In his conquest of New Spain, Herman Cortés was assisted by the hereditary Aztec Princess, Malintzin Tenepal who became his chief interpreter and the mother of his son, Martin Cortés, who is often called the First Mestizo. Christened as Doña Marina by the Spaniards and known to the natives as La Malinche, this extraordinary woman was, and still is, a polarizing character in Mexico.

Vocabulary building Speller

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Saturday Review

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Hieroglyphic Vocabulary to the Book of the Dead

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DIVInvaluable reference contains every word of vital repository of ancient Egyptian religious doctrine, grouped according to hieroglyphic symbols in standard scholarly system of Roman alphabetization. Phonetic version, definition, index of English equivalents. Second, revised edition. /div

The Vocabulary Diet

Author : David DeRocco
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The Vocabulary Diet includes 30 reproducible units, with 5 new vocabulary words studied in each. Each unit begins by studying the dictionary definitions of five words. Then three sample sentences are given for each word to show the words used in context. The students are then given five definitions per word and the students must circle the correct meaning. The students then work on a series of exercises to ensure new vocabulary is understood and remembered. There is a complete Answer Key. Unlike diets that help you take it off, The Vocabulary Diet helps you to add on. It helps you to add on new vocabulary words to your students' language repertoires. New words that your students will be able to use with precision and confidence.