Virginia- Virginia Studies SOL Academic Vocabulary Class Set. 30 Student Workbooks and 1 Teacher's Edition
Save $20 when you purchase this Class Set! The Class Set includes 30 Virginia Academic Vocabulary Student Practice Workbooks for Virginia Studies plus 1 Virginia Academic Vocabulary Teacher's Edition. These books provide a double benefit: all the vocabulary was hand-selected and is aligned with the Virginia's SOCIAL STUDIES
SOL content for each specific grade AND
the lessons are an effective strategy for boosting vocabulary to meet Virginia's ENGLISH
These standards-based vocabulary resources will improve students' ability to:
Read grade-appropriate texts with fluency and understanding
Determine the meaning of words and phrases
Comprehend and analyze complex texts
Answer text-dependent questions with close analytical reading
Comprised of 60 key grade-specific word definitions and lessons. Each book covers both general academic and domain-specific vocabulary.
The Virginia Academic Vocabulary Teacher's Edition for Virginia Studies includes a "week of words" in a straightforward, thought-provoking, and FUN format. Every day for the first four days of the week, you'll give students a new vocabulary word which includes a definition, an interesting fact, and a "Think About It" discussion question. On day five, students will take a quiz on the four words using their Student Practice Workbook. There are 15 weeks of quizzes. A must-have for every teacher!
The Virginia Academic Vocabulary Student Practice Workbook for Virginia Studies includes 60 grade-specific words from Virginia Standards of Learning for Social Studies. There are 15 weeks of quizzes, a dictionary of 60 vocabulary words and their definitions, plus a page to add Bonus Words. Student Practice Workbook includes quizzes that correspond with the Teacher's Edition.
The vocabulary words are:
abolish agriculture American Revolution barter bay blockade border boycott capital city cash crop charter coastal plain colony commonwealth confederation Constitutional Convention constitutionality credit currency debt declaration desegregation discrimination enslaved fall line fertile General Assembly governor harbor House of Burgesses industrialization industry integration interdependent Jim Crow Laws legislative branch location marsh migration mine patriot peninsula Piedmont plantation plateau prejudice rebellion Reconstruction rural secede segregation sharecropping surrender swamp territory tobacco tourism tribe Underground Railroad urban
The Virginia Studies Academic Vocabulary words are now correlated and aligned to the Virginia's Standards of Learning. Click HERE
to download the Virginia Studies correlations.
To view two sample pages of the Teacher's Edition, click HERE