INTEGRATED UNITS #14H:

VOCABULARY  DEVELOPMENT

FOR  PRE-SCHOOL  STORY BOOKS

 

FROM:       Shoe Town

                    By: Susan Stevens Crummel

Qualities

 Little

Hot

Too little

Big

Happy

 

Animals

 

Mouse

Baby mouse

Babies

She

Her shoe

Your shoe

Tortoise

Hare

Hen

Friends

(wolf)

 

Places

 

Town

(Kenansville, Magnolia, Los Angeles)

over there

here

Size / amount

 

Too little

So many

One more

More and more

 

Parts of the house

 

Bath(tub)

 

Wear

 

Shoe

 

Color

 

Red

 

Food

 

Bread

 

Sound

 

Rap-tap-tap-tap

 

Expressions

 

Oh, what fun!

If you please

Is there room?

Donít

 

Actions

 

Grow up / grew up

Know what to do / knew what to do

Fill

Take a nap

Went for a run

Stay with

To share

Look for a shoe

It can go

Love

Making bread

Said

Huff

Puff

Blow

Came

Began

Think

 

 


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1. Cognitive - Academic Language and Vocabulary Development
2. Cross Cultural Diversity - Multicultural Strategies
3. Effective Instruction for English Learners (L.E.P. students) Parts 1, 2, 3, 4
4. Promoting Academic Success in Language Minority Students
5. Cognitive - Academic Language and Vocabulary Development
6. Oral Language / Literacy Skills / Higher Order Thinking Skills
7. 50/50 Dual Language Programs: design, planning and implementation
8. The Structure of English / The Structure of Spanish
9. Transition: Introduction to English Reading

Web Site Programs for Teachers: Numbers 1, 5, 7, 8, and 9.
Web Site Programs for
Paraprofessionals: Number 3.
Web Site Programs for
New Teachers:
Enhanced Cultural Sensitivity - The Challenge of Students Diversity
Identifying / Responding to Students' Language Needs
Phonemic Awareness: Teaching English phonics to L.E.P. students
Relationship Between Reading, Writing and Spelling
Improving Reading Performance -- Building Oral Language Skills)

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CARMEN SANCHEZ SADEK, Ph.D.

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3113 Malcolm Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90034-3406

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