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Peters, Ellen, Ed.; Dixon, Robert – Teaching Exceptional Children, 1987
Research based suggestions are presented for effective vocabulary instruction strategies, including: learning new labels; learning concepts; and learning to learn meanings. Regardless of the method chosen, it is crucial that students: demonstrate generalization abilities; be given time to learn new material; periodically review what they learn;…
Descriptors: Concept Formation, Disabilities, Elementary Education, Learning Strategies
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Borges, Darryl – Hispania, 1987
When selecting audiotapes for use in foreign language classrooms, teachers should consider factors affecting listening activities, including: second language vocabulary level of students; amount of information students must retain; rate of speech; subject matter and factual knowledge level of students; and grammatical knowledge of students. (CB)
Descriptors: Audiotape Recordings, Evaluation Criteria, Feedback, Guidelines