The Vocabulary LINCing Routine


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Author(s): Edwin S. Ellis

Publication Info: Edge Enterprises, 2001

Teachers use the Vocabulary LINCing Routine to facilitate student use of two powerful tools (an auditory memory device and a visual memory device) to help them learn and remember the meaning of complex terms.

Among both students with and without LD, students whose teachers used the Vocabulary LINCing Routine had significantly higher overall vocabulary test scores than when their teacher had not used the routine. Students improved their performance by 19% in a study with students in grade 9.


Resources

Coaching the LINCing Routine Case Study (.pdf)
Example Goals for the LINCing Routine (.pdf)
Vocabulary LINCing Routine Research (.pdf)


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