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EDU307: Corrective & Remedial Reading K-12: Vocabulary Development

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Brabham, E., Buskist, C., Henderson, S., Paleologos, T., & Baugh, N. (2012). Flooding vocabulary faps to accelerate word learning. Reading Teacher, 65(8), 523-533.

Jackson, J. K., & Newell, N. (2012). Hats off to science. Science And Children, 50(3), 46-51.

Kindle, K. J. (2010). Vocabulary development during read-alouds: Examining the instructional sequence. Literacy Teaching And Learning, 14(1-2), 65-88.

Mackiewicz, S., Wood, C. L., Cooke, N. L., & Mazzotti, V. L. (2011). Effects of peer tutoring with audio prompting on vocabulary acquisition for struggling readers. Remedial and Special Education, 32(4), 345-354.

Neuman, S. B., & Roskos, K. (2012). More than teachable moments: Enhancing oral vocabulary instruction in your classroom. Reading Teacher, 66(1), 63-67.

Sherman, J. (2011). Signing for success: Using American Sign Language to learn sight vocabulary. SRATE Journal, 20(2), 31-38.

Sobolak, M. J. (2011). Modifying robust vocabulary instruction for the benefit of low-socioeconomic students. Reading Improvement, 48(1), 14-23.

Spencer, E. J., Goldstein, H., & Kaminski, R. (2012). Teaching vocabulary in storybooks: Embedding explicit vocabulary instruction for young children. Young Exceptional Children, 15(1), 18-32.

Wasik, B. A., & Iannone-Campbell, C. (2013). Developing vocabulary through purposeful, strategic conversations. Reading Teacher, 66(4), 321-332.

Wilkinson, K. S., & Houston-Price, C. (2013). Once upon a time, there Was a pulchritudinous princess . . .: The role of word definitions and multiple story contexts in children's learning of difficult vocabulary. Applied Psycholinguistics, 34(3), 591-613.

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