Partner or class discussions
Using powerpoints, video clips, and lots of pictures
Field trips and hands-on activities
By reading books or doing worksheets
I try to picture the word.
I try to write it down to see if it feels right.
I try to sound out the word.
I try to remember reading it in a book.
Find instructions or a video on how to make something.
Talk with your friends about what to get her.
Draw a picture.
Create something you've made before.
Read the instructions!
Try to put it together until everything fits.
Look at a picture of the final product.
Listen to a recording or video that tells you how to put it together.
You hear all your friends talking about how awesome it is.
You read a review of the movie.
You saw a trailer of the movie.
You like movies that are similar to the new movie.
Act out a scene or event from the story.
Draw a picture that relates to the story.
Write a different ending to the story.
Brainstorm with a partner about your favorite part of the story. Then tell the class what your favorite part was.
You would write both down and choose which one looked right.
You would try to sound it out or hear it in your head.
You would try to picture or see the word in your head.
You would look for them in the dictionary.
You walk with your friend to your house.
You draw a map for your friend.
You tell them the directions.
You write out the directions.
You call your friends and talk about it.
You imagine the party and decide what you need.
You invite people and see how it goes.
You make a list of everything you will need and who to invite.
I remember her name, but not her face.
I remember her face, but not her name.
I remember what we did together.
I remember her name because it was in a book I read recently.