Vocabulary Building with Antonyms, Synonyms, Homophones and Homographs by By Jo Ann Gordon (PDF)
Speech-Language impaired children usually meet with a great deal of frustration when trying to understand and utilize written and spoken vocabulary. There are so many confusing rules to remember and so many different concepts to grasp.
Many children just give up trying and will guess at correct word usage. Speech-Language Pathologists (or Therapists) and regular classroom teachers are also frustrated in trying to teach the complexities of our English vocabulary system.
There doesn’t seem to be enough diversified material to help children and reinforce basic vocabulary skills. This book was created to help meet this challenging task.
The workbook contains four separate units with five lessons to each one. The units are Antonyms, Synonyms, Homophones, and Homographs. Each lesson revolves around a separate core vocabulary given at the beginning.
There are various fun-type activities for the child to do such as fill-ins, naming pictures, unscrambling words, crossword puzzles, etc.
The activity worksheets can be used with an individual, small group or an entire classroom. And, when necessary, the sheets may be given as home assignments to reinforce and review lessons.
Hopefully, your students will enjoy learning and practicing vocabulary skills with the fun activities provided in Vocabulary Building.
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