Games help students practice their literacy skills in a fun, applied context. By engaging student Attention, games motivate students to develop meaningful connections with content and can lead to positive memories of learning.
Watch how this middle school teacher provides example reading games for small groups. By providing options, students have multiple opportunities to practice their Syntax skills.
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Learn how Flocabulary fosters Disciplinary Literacy by helping students learn Vocabulary across different disciplines using rap. Through videos and engaging lessons, students learn content-specific Vocabulary and can also create their own creative compositions. Teachers can also add discussions to use this game in the classroom as a group activity.
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