Vocabulary Basics: Word Families - Page 1 (A-F) This section of EnhanceMyVocabulary.com is all about learning new vocabulary by studying groups of words that share common roots A significant aid to learning new vocabulary is to study groups of words that share common roots. Following is a list of such words preceded by their root. In each set you'll find (1.) a list of fairly familiar words that embody the root and (2.) a list of less familiar words that embody it. AAg, act, ig (carry on, do, drive) 1. agent, agitate, agile, act, actor, actuate, exact, enact, reaction, counteract, transact, mitigate, navigate, prodigal, assay, essay; 2. agenda, pedagogue, synagogue, actuary, redact, castigate, litigation, exigency, ambiguous, variegated, cogent, cogitate. Anim (life, breath) 1.
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EAP Vocabulary Academic Word List Coxhead (2000). The most frequent word in each family is in italics. There are 570 headwords and about 3000 words altogether. For more information see The Academic Word List. For more practice see: Schmitt & Schmitt (2005), or the Compleat Lexical Tutor. EFL Educators - THE TRAITS OF AN EFFECTIVE READER Arrasmith, Dean, and Kevin Dwyer. “The Traits of an Effective Reader.” Journal ofSchool Improvement. 2.2 (2001) When readers acquire these traits, they are able to: - read the lines, between the lines, and beyond the lines - process knowledge, make sense of it, and transfer it to other situationsThese traits are hierarchical; they range from literal to high critical thinkingREADING THE LINES 1. Conventions: Focusing on meaning and expectations ( words; symbols; punctuation; grammar + genre conventions); Outcome: Reading fluently & correctly & building expectations 2.
Wordpower Welcome to the Wordpower website. Here you’ll find lots of ideas and downloadable activities to help you get the most out of the Oxford Wordpower Dictionary. You can also download the answers to the Oxford Wordpower Trainer. Exam practice questions NEW Interactive exercises that show students how they can use the Oxford Wordpower Dictionary to answer ‘Use of English’-style questions Using the Wordpower Topic Notes NEW Classroom activities that will help your students to build their topic vocabulary
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Listen, learn and teach English for elementary and pre-intermediate English learners There are more vocabulary activities related to these podcasts on the 'extras' page. 125 Iceland: the land of fire and ice. Listen to some amazing things about Iceland, including their football team of course!(30 Jun 16) ► Download (1.8MB, 3min 41sec) ► Transcript ► Worksheet & Answers► Vocabulary tasks Watch some of the many things you can see and do in Iceland:
Top 2000 English Vocabulary Word Families used in Speaking A word-family is a grouping of words derived from the same base. For example, active, actively, activities, and activity are all in the same word-family. The following list of words are the parent form of all the words found in the top 2265 frequently used words, which totaled 1867 word families. The frequency number is how often the word appears out of 250,000 words. For example if you divide 250,000 by 9243, then we can see that the word "the" appears once in every 27 words. Rubric Tutorial Creating a rubric is easy once you have taken to time to evaluate the dimesions/tasks which make up the students performance, and the criterion you will use to evaluate it. That being said, let’s begin with the steps to create a rubric.*
Interactive Vocabulary Exercises Learningapps - Instructions - Août 2016 Instructions (pictures / words) Instructions (pictures / pronunciation) Instructions (pictures / type the words) Instructions (pronunciation / type the words) Learningapps - Directions - Janvier 2016 Directions (pictures / words) Directions (pictures / pronunciation) Directions (pictures / type the words) Directions (pronunciation / type the words) Learningapps - Biography (past simple) - Novembre 2015 Important events (moments) in a person’s life Biography (past simple) : Match the sentences with the pictures. Biography (past simple) : Listen to the sentences and match with the pictures.