Graduate Research Papers
Vocabulary acquisition in kindergarten for English language learners: Ventriglia's Rule of 3, or Marzano's Six Steps to Effective Vocabulary Instruction?
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
English language -- Study and teaching (Early childhood) -- Foreign speakers; Vocabulary -- Study and teaching (Early childhood); Language arts (Kindergarten);
Teaching kindergarten is my passion. I love the excitement five and six year old children bring to the classroom. Their sense of wonder, their smiles and their laughter bring constant joy to my life. A group of children that I especially love teaching is the English language learners in my classroom. These children are always so curious to learn, but many times lack the adequate vocabulary to understand conversations between peers or comprehend the meaning of books. This lack of vocabulary knowledge decreases their success in the classroom. Throughout my teaching career, it has been my constant desire to implement quality vocabulary strategies to increase the vocabulary of English language learners within my kindergarten classroom.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Early Childhood Education
Jill M. Uhlenberg
Melissa L. Heston
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©2013 Danielle Marie Rose
Rose, Danielle Marie, "Vocabulary acquisition in kindergarten for English language learners: Ventriglia's Rule of 3, or Marzano's Six Steps to Effective Vocabulary Instruction?" (2013). Graduate Research Papers. 3227.
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