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Vocabulary Worksheet (Define, Write, Draw) Template ELA-Literacy.L.7.4c
Support vocabulary instruction for any unit with this quick exercise. Class members write down the word, part of speech, and definition. They compose an original sentence using the word, and draw a picture of the word. Four words fit on the page.
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