How does the vocabulary game implement one or more research‐based strategy to support students’ vocabulary development?

Vocabulary games are one way to promote engagement and motivation for students while they practice their standards‐based literacy skills. Vocabulary games require purpose and thoughtful planning to be effective.

Choose a story excerpt from “Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects” and review “Case Scenario: Jacob” to inform this assignment.

Part 1: Vocabulary Game

Create a small group vocabulary game aligned to one or more research‐based strategies that meets Jacob’s needs. Incorporate a minimum of 10 vocabulary words from a story excerpt of your choice within your game.

Use the “Vocabulary Strategies” template to address the aspects of the game.

  • The story excerpt chosen and vocabulary words with grade level appropriate definitions.
  • Rules of the game, to include the roles of both teacher and students.
  • How to expand the game to include higher‐level thinking.
  • Two accommodations/modifications, one for English Language Learners (ELLs) and one for a student with special needs, specifying their needs.

Part 2: Rationale

In 250‐500 words, write a rationale to address the following:

  • How does the vocabulary game implement one or more research‐based strategy to support students’ vocabulary development?
  • How does the game help to engage and motivate the students?
  • How does the game help Jacob achieve his learning goal?

Support your findings with 2‐3 scholarly sources.

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    Story.docx
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    CaseScenarioJacob.docx

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