Training Book: The Key Vocabulary Routine (3rd Edition, 2013)
The Key Vocabulary Routine book is organized into chapters that reflect the topics covered in professional development for the routine. The book includes an introduction to vocabulary instruction, details about each instructional practice, classroom examples, and professional learning activities. There are also reproducible templates. Softcover, 267 pages.
US Shipping & Handling: $9.00 for 1st book; $1.50 for each additional book.
Item #BK-V. Please allow two weeks for delivery.
Online Professional Development Course: The Key Vocabulary Routine
This online course is aligned with the training book for The Key Vocabulary Routine. The course provides a self-guided opportunity to access training for educators who are not able to participate in live training. The course takes approximately 9.5 hours to complete. The online course is organized into modules that include interactive activities, reading assignments, quizzes, and video clips from live training. Course participants complete “use your content” activities that allow them to generate lessons that incorporate the instructional practices into classroom instruction using existing content reading and teaching material. Registration for the online course includes a copy of the training book.
Multiple purchase discount (8 or more): $179.00. Contact us for details or use the Online PD Order Form.
Item #OL-V. Please allow two weeks for the course to be activated and delivery of book.
Poster: Transition Words and Phrases
Dimensions: 22″ x 25.5″ — Standard size for laminating machine
Lists commonly used transition words and phrases organized by type that can help students recognize and use transitions to support comprehension and writing. The poster supports instructional practices used in The Key Comprehension Routine, Keys to Content Writing, and The Key Vocabulary Routine. Sold individually. Item #P-TW
Poster: Question Terms
Dimensions: 22″x 25.5″ — Standard size for laminating machine.
Lists question terms often found on assessments that are organized into levels of thinking based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. The poster promotes explicit teaching of question terms and question generation by students and supports instructional practices used in The Key Comprehension Routine and The Key Vocabulary Routine. Sold individually. Item #P-QT