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Vocabulary Workshop 2011 Common Core Enriched Edition Student Edition Level Orange, Grade 4 Words are taught through explicit, systematic instruction that is consistent across each level. Units include the following features: Introducing the Words begins each Unit with a visually appealing fiction or nonfiction passage that provides context for the new vocabulary words. Word Study develops strategies for decoding word meanings as well as integrates speaking and writing activities to expand word knowledge. Shades of Meaning helps students recognize word relationships and nuances in word meanings by exploring idioms, metaphors, proverbs, and word choice. Unit Review provides additional activities that provide reinforcement and enrichment, including: Definitions, Matching the Meaning, Synonyms/Antonyms, Completing the Sentence, Word Associations, Vocabulary for Comprehension, Classifying, and Completing the Idea.

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Mary O'Hea
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Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2017
I used the higher levels when being homeschooled as a child. Now as a teacher for English as Another Language students, I sought these books out to increase the vocabulary (and therefore the comprehension) of my EAL students. The first two that I started working with LOVED... See more
I used the higher levels when being homeschooled as a child. Now as a teacher for English as Another Language students, I sought these books out to increase the vocabulary (and therefore the comprehension) of my EAL students. The first two that I started working with LOVED them. They are at a high-tech school and yet these books which have a simple format, sensible exercises that are directly linked to the reading piece at the beginning of each unit engrossed them.

When I was a classroom teacher, I used to recommend these books to parents at parent teacher interviews for the students to increase their vocabulary as they are easily used by students on their own with little to no aide from parents needed (and very important for filling the gaps to aide students in catching up).

The first in the series is Level Red and can be used for a child who is not yet reading with online audios that you can get of the stories which contain the vocabulary and online vocabulary lists, flashcards and "games"/exercises. I''m not a fan of buying digital data generally, but for many this would be a good investment as it can be used with subsequent children without using up the exercise book. All the others including Level Green have a short story containing the words for the week. Then it is followed by a dictionary definition with a sentence example for each meaning of the word (very useful for showing a word that has one meaning as a noun and another as a verb etc.). The rest are multiple choice, cloze, word context exercises to practice using the words in their correct context.

I''d highly recommend the entire series for Preschool to Year 12. A parent who wishes to supplement or homeschool would be making an extremely wise choice to use the books one grade ahead of its recommendation as the last 2 books are staggered to be both used in Senior/Year 12/First year of college. Level Red is usually recommended for Grade 1, I''d recommend it for Kinder, Purple for Year To introduce your kids to a wide variety of words and their uses ahead of their peers will go a long way in terms of comprehension (you won''t need to work so hard on comprehension if they already know the meaning of infrequently used words. I would also recommend doing a Glossary compilation of all their textbooks: go to the end of each text book and see if they have a vocabulary/glossary list and go through their meanings at the end of Summer before school so that they already have the skills they need to decode the texts when they read them. Some books introduce ideas without having explained all the terms. Save your child the stress and build their vocabulary first so that they will comprehend the text without spending so much effort trying to figure out the words individually).

I was least fond of the first book as it doesn''t have the stories in them and so you have to go online whereas the others have online stories/activities as an option but I would recommend it based that it could be used with a Preschool/Grade 1 student who is beginning but not fully confident with reading.

The entire series has a common format, logical, sequential and simple enough that the child/student is not intimidated by the new concepts and the new concepts (new words) are just high enough that they raise the child''s thinking of their use of words but not so above ordinary language that they are irrelevant.
I used the higher levels when being homeschooled as a child. Now as a teacher for English as Another Language students, I sought these books out to increase the vocabulary (and therefore the comprehension) of my EAL students. The first two that I started working with LOVED them. They are at a high-tech school and yet these books which have a simple format, sensible exercises that are directly linked to the reading piece at the beginning of each unit engrossed them.

When I was a classroom teacher, I used to recommend these books to parents at parent teacher interviews for the students to increase their vocabulary as they are easily used by students on their own with little to no aide from parents needed (and very important for filling the gaps to aide students in catching up).

The first in the series is Level Red and can be used for a child who is not yet reading with online audios that you can get of the stories which contain the vocabulary and online vocabulary lists, flashcards and "games"/exercises. I''m not a fan of buying digital data generally, but for many this would be a good investment as it can be used with subsequent children without using up the exercise book. All the others including Level Green have a short story containing the words for the week. Then it is followed by a dictionary definition with a sentence example for each meaning of the word (very useful for showing a word that has one meaning as a noun and another as a verb etc.). The rest are multiple choice, cloze, word context exercises to practice using the words in their correct context.

I''d highly recommend the entire series for Preschool to Year 12. A parent who wishes to supplement or homeschool would be making an extremely wise choice to use the books one grade ahead of its recommendation as the last 2 books are staggered to be both used in Senior/Year 12/First year of college. Level Red is usually recommended for Grade 1, I''d recommend it for Kinder, Purple for Year To introduce your kids to a wide variety of words and their uses ahead of their peers will go a long way in terms of comprehension (you won''t need to work so hard on comprehension if they already know the meaning of infrequently used words. I would also recommend doing a Glossary compilation of all their textbooks: go to the end of each text book and see if they have a vocabulary/glossary list and go through their meanings at the end of Summer before school so that they already have the skills they need to decode the texts when they read them. Some books introduce ideas without having explained all the terms. Save your child the stress and build their vocabulary first so that they will comprehend the text without spending so much effort trying to figure out the words individually).

I was least fond of the first book as it doesn''t have the stories in them and so you have to go online whereas the others have online stories/activities as an option but I would recommend it based that it could be used with a Preschool/Grade 1 student who is beginning but not fully confident with reading.

The entire series has a common format, logical, sequential and simple enough that the child/student is not intimidated by the new concepts and the new concepts (new words) are just high enough that they raise the child''s thinking of their use of words but not so above ordinary language that they are irrelevant.
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Looks like a good product.
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2019
This has much more in the line of exercises than the old Vocabulary Workshop, which always struck me as "too many words with too few exercises," especially for elementary students. I''ve seen several high school students who studied them at school. That seems like a more... See more
This has much more in the line of exercises than the old Vocabulary Workshop, which always struck me as "too many words with too few exercises," especially for elementary students. I''ve seen several high school students who studied them at school. That seems like a more do-able use than for tutoring.
This has much more in the line of exercises than the old Vocabulary Workshop, which always struck me as "too many words with too few exercises," especially for elementary students. I''ve seen several high school students who studied them at school. That seems like a more do-able use than for tutoring.
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Great way to build vocab
Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2016
Great way to build vocab, I love it. Chapter format is very logical, keeps attention on words. My child and me finishes one chapter a week, few pages each day; this way each day word is in memory.
Great way to build vocab, I love it. Chapter format is very logical, keeps attention on words. My child and me finishes one chapter a week, few pages each day; this way each day word is in memory.
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It is goog..
But how can I get answers key..?
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The book hasn''t any normal page, all pages are written badly. Usefulness. We urgently needed that book, unfortunately we have to wait more.
The book hasn''t any normal page, all pages are written badly. Usefulness. We urgently needed that book, unfortunately we have to wait more.
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Can anybody tell me where I can find the answer sheet? Thank you
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As an English learner Mom, I have the difficulty to find the right answer. Can anybody tell me where I can find the answer sheet? Thank you!
As an English learner Mom, I have the difficulty to find the right answer. Can anybody tell me where I can find the answer sheet? Thank you!
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