Go to Vocabtest.com
Scroll down and select (on the right-hand side) "Vocabulary Workshop Book Level A"
Next, select the current unit of study.
Finally, select the way you prefer to study.
Disclaimer: This site was not created by the publisher, nor was it created by (or able to be edited by) our school staff. Consequently, some information offered may differ from that in class.
You can create digital flashcards! Using Google Slides, create individual slides with information about each word. Save each slide as a .jpg image, and download the images to your home computer, Chrome book, or smartphone and view as a slideshow.
Act out your vocabulary words. See if a friend or family member can guess what you're acting out. Better yet, have them act out the definition for you, and see if you can guess the word and spell it correctly.
Use the vocabulary words as many times as you can in conversation and in writing. The more you use the words, the more likely you are to "own" them, or memorize them and make them a permanent part of your personal vocabulary.
Review your vocabulary on Quizlet.
Click the "Quizlet Vocabulary Practice" button below. If you scroll past the cumulative lists, you will see the week words only lists. There's an app for that! If you're interested, see me and I can show you.
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