Get Those Dictionaries Off the Shelf!

Get Those Dictionaries Off the Shelf!

You’ve made the commitment to add dictionaries to your classroom. Now what do any of these situations sound familiar?

  • You want to integrate the dictionaries into your lessons, but your students resist.
  • You want your students to use a dictionary so they become more autonomous learners, but they are apprehensive.
  • Many students, regardless of age or grade, level, have not acquired basic dictionary skills which makes using this classroom tool as daunting task.

If you said “yes,”
pearsonlongman.com/ae/emac/newsletters/Getting%20to%20Know%20Your%20New%20Dictionary.pdf” target=”_blank”>click here
to download a scavenger hunt worksheet
(in PDF format). The worksheet will help your students get familiar with their dictionary while it teaches some very simple dictionary concepts.



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