Clarify and examine specific words in depth with the Frayer model. Pupils can use this learning exercise to write down the definition, characteristics, examples, and nonexamples for a given word.
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- Have pupils work in groups on different words and present their work to the class when complete
- Assign one word a night for homework to help students learn difficult vocabulary
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