The Arc of Vocabulary: Oral Language Links to Comprehension for the Classroom Teacher

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In this PaTTAN Literacy Symposium learning module, Judi Dodson explains oral language’s role in reading comprehension. She examines language development and its impact on reading comprehension and provides meaningful and practical activities that can be easily implemented in the classroom. A printout of the slides is included for future reference.

Curriculum Connection

This learning module supports the teaching of oral language and explicit vocabulary instruction and their connection to reading comprehension by providing background knowledge and explaining specific activities. 

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2 Comments

  1. Very interesting webinar. Dynamic assessment is a research interest of mine, and I am hoping that someday this won’t be considered an alternative assessment but one that is widely accepted as the only way to motivate bias in language – especially students who come from diverse linguistic backgrounds.

    1. Very interesting webinar. I appreciated the slide for Dynamic Assessment. Dynamic assessment is a very strong research interest of mine, and I am hoping that someday this won’t be considered an alternative assessment but one that is widely accepted as the only way to mitigate bias in language – especially students who come from diverse linguistic backgrounds.

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