Teacher's Toolkit: Interactive word walls: Visual Scaffolds That Transform Vocabulary Instructionby: Julie Jackson, Erin Wise, Kendall Zurbuchen, and Nancy Gardner

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This column provides how-to strategies and practical advice for the science teacher. This month’s issue describes how middle school teachers can use interactive word walls to increase their students’ ability to learn and effectively use the language of science.

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  • Middle
Publication Date
7/1/2017

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  • on Mon Sep 25, 2017 11:18 AM

Interactive word walls put the students in charge of their vocabulary understanding. Classes can add pictures, labels, even real-world objects to the word wall to increase understanding of concept-specific words. These word walls allow for differentiation throughout classes, as different classes can add the specific supports they need. This would be an engaging way to assist students with their vocabulary understanding.

Megan Doty
Megan Doty


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