Strategies for helping students understand new words

by Patricia Hipwell October 23, 2019

Strategies for helping students understand new words

Some words may be easy to spell, but the meaning can take some time for students to understand. In this video, logonliteracy's Pat Hipwell shares some strategies for helping students to understand concepts when they are adding to their vocabulary. 

 

 

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