8 Tips for Using Subject-Specific Vocabulary


Understanding and using keywords will really help pupils to make connections between key concepts. This resource offers 8 tips to encourage the use of subject-specific vocabulary in your classroom, and is designed to also support you leading in-school teacher training.

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Date Updated: 27th February 2023Date Created: 17th November 2020 SKU: Subject-Specific-Vocabulary Categories: , Tags: , , , , ,

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How important is it for pupils to use the correct vocabulary relating to a subject or topic? Without grasping the meaning of keywords, pupils are unlikely to fully grasp key concepts. In my podcast interview with E.D.Hirsch, his words still resonate with me: “Make the classroom a speech community.”

You can find more of these ideas in the book, 60-Second CPD: 239 Ideas for Busy Classroom Teachers.




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