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Wow Up Your Words
Wow Up Your Words
Words are fun
Words are fun
Aim:
Aim:
Framework Objectives
Framework Objectives
Vocabulary Knowledge
Vocabulary Knowledge
The Development of Language
The Development of Language
Developing Vocabulary
Developing Vocabulary
Importance of reading
Importance of reading
awfully
awfully
The Foundation Stage Classroom
The Foundation Stage Classroom
Words are fun
Words are fun
It’s a cracker
It’s a cracker
‘Articulate’
‘Articulate’
look
look
Talking verbs
Talking verbs
Quite often, synonyms can be ordered by how powerful they are, e.g
Quite often, synonyms can be ordered by how powerful they are, e.g
Shades of meaning
Shades of meaning
Words are fun
Words are fun
Compound Words
Compound Words
Crazy Definitions
Crazy Definitions
Words are fun
Words are fun
Sensory scenes
Sensory scenes
Super settings
Super settings
Descriptive words
Descriptive words
Genre related words
Genre related words
Words are fun
Words are fun
Fast poem
Fast poem
Words are fun
Words are fun
Talking Homework
Talking Homework
Resources
Resources
Questions and Close
Questions and Close

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1 Wow Up Your Words

Wow Up Your Words

Strategies for improving and developing vocabulary

Presented by Lancashire Leading Literacy Teachers

2 Words are fun

Words are fun

Lots of jokes are based upon word play… The man who recently fell into an upholstery machine is now fully recovered.

3 Aim:

Aim:

To provide practical strategies for improving and developing vocabulary throughout Foundation Stage, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.

4 Framework Objectives

Framework Objectives

See Handout page 1

5 Vocabulary Knowledge

Vocabulary Knowledge

Listening comprehension depends on knowledge of words. The meanings of individual words contribute to the meanings of sentences and therefore to understanding. Females tend to master language more quickly than males. Women use around 7,000 words a day, whereas men use about 2,000.

6 The Development of Language

The Development of Language

During the early years, vocabulary extends at a rapid rate of 50-70 words per week, through oral conversation By the time the child is five he/she will have an oral vocabulary of about 14,000 words Research shows that some of our five year old pupils have an oral vocabulary of less than 9,000 words – often pupils from poorer homes How would this impact on learning? What could we do about this?

7 Developing Vocabulary

Developing Vocabulary

After the age of five, oral conversation is a much less effective way of developing vocabulary knowledge. Reading and teaching of words, phrases, metaphor and idiom takes over at this point. These are key elements in developing written language. We need to ensure that we provide opportunities for this.

8 Importance of reading

Importance of reading

slim bandy munching buckle prance elegant bold

See handout page 2

9 awfully

awfully

Word of the week

10 The Foundation Stage Classroom

The Foundation Stage Classroom

Display vocabulary within each area of provision or resource, e.g. Water Tray: pour, splash, drip, wet, full, empty, overflowing… Playdough: stretch, break, squash, mould, join, cut, press… See handout pages 4 and 5

11 Words are fun

Words are fun

I couldn't quite remember how to throw a boomerang, but I knew eventually it would come back to me.

12 It’s a cracker

It’s a cracker

Children love to collect or make up jokes. Encourage their understanding of words by asking them to explain why it’s funny. See handout page 6

13 ‘Articulate’

‘Articulate’

Take a noun from the pile on the table. Describe it to your partner without naming it. Use descriptive language to help your partner visualise what you are describing. Can your partner guess what it is?

14 look

look

Synonym Race

You have thirty seconds. Think of as many alternative words as you can for…

15 Talking verbs

Talking verbs

Working in pairs, make a list of alternative words for ‘said’. Write your words onto the grid on page 8. Think of a simple sentence that someone might say, e.g. ‘Where have I put my glasses?’ Take it in turns to choose a word from the list and say the sentence accordingly. Can the other person guess which word was chosen? From: Jumpstart! Literacy by Pie Corbett

16 Quite often, synonyms can be ordered by how powerful they are, e.g

Quite often, synonyms can be ordered by how powerful they are, e.g

big huge colossal Order the cards according to how powerful you think the words are.

The POWER of words!

17 Shades of meaning

Shades of meaning

Start with a feelings word from the list. Choose a colour card. Brainstorm synonyms for your feelings word. Write the synonyms onto the colour card in order of strength.

18 Words are fun

Words are fun

He didn't tell his mother that he had eaten the glue. His lips were sealed.

19 Compound Words

Compound Words

Compound words are words made up of two or more other words, e.g. bedroom, downstairs, football Use the list of compound words on handout page 10. Make a new words by taking the beginning of one word and end of another. Can you think up a definition for your new word? jellyfish + playground = jellyground jellyground: a boggy area where the ground wobbles when you walk on it.

20 Crazy Definitions

Crazy Definitions

Lots of dancing cakes

Abundance Armies Earwig Elastic band Fish Fingers Gladiator Hippies Labrador Microwave

The things you have up your sleevies A piece of false hair worn over the ears A group who play rubber instruments What fish have 5 of on each hand How the monster felt after lunch The things you hang your leggies on Large cat-flap for dogs Very small greeting

21 Words are fun

Words are fun

Two hats were hanging on a hat rack in the hallway. One hat said to the other, 'You stay here, I'll go on a head.'

22 Sensory scenes

Sensory scenes

hear

smell

see

feel/touch

23 Super settings

Super settings

As fresh as a mountain stream

fresh

rocky

lush

cool

The sea was a shimmering plate of glass.

clear

lapping

smooth

24 Descriptive words

Descriptive words

similes

metaphors

25 Genre related words

Genre related words

See handout for a Fantasy Story Word Chart taken from The Usbourne Illustrated Thesaurus. A fantastic resource, full of words and phrases to help children make their writing more exciting.

26 Words are fun

Words are fun

What did the triangle say to the circle?

You're so pointless!

27 Fast poem

Fast poem

One noun: Two adjectives: Three adverbs: Four verbs:

Spaghetti Thin and soft, Silently, slowly, easily, Slipping, sliding, slithering, disappearing.

28 Words are fun

Words are fun

Are Santa's helpers subordinate clauses?

29 Talking Homework

Talking Homework

Dear Parents and Carers, This week’s Talk Homework is to talk about the following: Who was naughtier, Goldilocks or Jack of the Beanstalk? What do you think? Discuss. Remember, no television on during Talk Homework! We shall all share our ideas and thoughts at assembly next Monday.

Ros Wilson

30 Resources

Resources

Primary Framework for literacy www.standards.dfes.gov.uk/primaryframeworks/ Jokes found at www.kidsjokes.co.uk Jumpstart! Literacy by Pie Corbett ISBN 1-84312-102-6 The Usbourne Illustrated Thesaurus ISBN 0-7460-23529

31 Questions and Close

Questions and Close

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