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Six Steps to Better List Making

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Lists featured on Vocabulary.com were created or vetted by the Vocabulary.com curriculum development team to meet a certain standard of list quality. Here's six steps to making your own lists ready to share. Continue reading...
Last night, Vocabulary.com executive producer Ben Zimmer and director of curriculum development Georgia Scurletis hosted the weekly #engchat session, with a focus on fresh approaches to vocabulary instruction. Teachers shared resources, inspiration, and strategy. Continue reading...
Clubs, Dress-Up Days, and Bees: we pair three vocabulary-learning project ideas we've come across recently with suggestions for using Vocabulary.com to bring them to life. Continue reading...
Ninth grader Frankie O. shares his experience using Vocabulary.com, where he's busy learning words like conceited, foolhardy, and lineament. Continue reading...
Recently, eighth-grade English teacher Deborah Ryles from Correia Middle School in San Diego told us how she's differentiating vocabulary instruction in her classroom with Vocabulary.com. Continue reading...
When Cedar Shoals High School in Athens, GA equipped its ninth grade English classrooms with Netbooks, teacher Marc Ginsberg decided to make Vocabulary.com the backbone of his vocabulary curriculum. Here, he talks with Vocabulary.com about the experience. Continue reading...
Always take a minute to search for a Vocabulary List before you invest the time in creating one. With tens of thousands stored on our site, the one you're looking for might already be out there. Continue reading...
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