Tuck Everlasting: Frayer Vocabulary Strategy

This Tuck Everlasting: Frayer Vocabulary Strategy activity & project also includes:

Part of reading literature involves learning new vocabulary words. Use a vocabulary activity based on Natalie Babbitt's Tuck Everlasting with young learners as they work on a list of words selected from the text

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Have readers fill out graphic organizers in pairs or groups, or assign for individual homework
  • Share your learners' work with a document viewer or projector
  • Encourage class members to turn their work into a large poster to display, or into small flash cards for reference and review
Classroom Considerations

  • Doesn't provide a list of words; you'll need to find the most important or relevant terms yourself
Pros

  • Links to the graphic organizer, which is available in a variety of formats
  • Prompts readers to think critically about the unfamiliar words they encounter in a text
Cons

  • Beware grammar and usage errors