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Active vocabulary general and academic words by Amy E. Olsen

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Published by Longman, Pearson Education [distributor] in White Plains, N.Y, London .
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Subjects:

  • Textbooks for foreign speakers,
  • Problems, exercises,
  • Vocabulary,
  • English language,
  • Reading (Higher education)

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAmy E. Olsen
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPE1449 .O457 2013
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 178 p. :
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25396548M
ISBN 100205211909
ISBN 109780205211906
LC Control Number2012450539

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Jan 15,  · Helps students build and use strong vocabularies Active Vocabulary makes the study of vocabulary enjoyable. Through thematic readings, self-tests, and interactive exercises, students can apply their skills to writing, personal experience, art, and many other formats that generate excitement about improving their vocabularies/5(5). Jan 19,  · Academic Vocabulary makes the study of vocabulary enjoyable. Through thematic readings, self-tests, and interactive exercises, students can apply their skills to writing, personal experience, art, and many other formats that generate excitement about improving their academyrealtor.com by: 2. 5th Grade Vocabulary Flashcards: Flashcards for Improving Vocabulary Based on Sylvan's Proven Techniques for Success (Sylvan Language Arts Flashcards) Sylvan Learning out of 5 stars For its part, active vocabulary includes all words that you can think of and use right away when you’re in the process of communicating. When learning a language, both your active and passive vocabularies change all the time. You use words, forget words, try out new words and review previously learned words.

Active Vocabulary is designed to accompany a reading book at the second tier reading level. Readings cover both general words and academic subjects. 4-color visual design, which links visual clues. Hearing the vocabulary used prompts you to recall its meaning. In other words, you are being made to recall it. So it’s passive vocabulary. Active vocabulary, on the other hand, is vocabulary that you can recall and use at will when the situation requires it. Effective ways to enrich your active vocabulary? as a side effect, "enrich your active vocabulary"). That doesn't mean it's appropriate to use words that a majority of your audience is writing in a reasonably efficient manner which will not require the reader to have a reference work right next to your book in order to understand your. Active Vocabularysupplements a reading text at the middle level and develops vocabulary for academic subjects through thematic readings, interactive exercises, and self-tests. This worktext is visually appealing to students, uses words in context, and provides a variety of activities including self-tests, writing assignments, collaborative.