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FOUR Word Generation Programs Now Available!
The Original Interdisciplinary Word Generation
72 Weekly Units Available
Each with five brief activities for ELA, math, science, and social studies related to a controversial topic
Interdisciplinary Units of Study for Grades 4 & 5
12 two-week units for each grade available
Each unit organized around a central question and offers a variety of texts, word-learning activities, writing tasks, and discussion/debate opportunities
Science Curriculum with Academic Language Components for Grades 6-8
18 Units Available
Approximately five full class sessions each, plus each unit contains supplementary materials for ELA, math, and social studies teachers
Social Studies Curriculum with Academic Language Components for Grades 6-8
18 Units Available
Approximately five full class sessions each, plus each unit contains supplementary materials for ELA, math, and science teachers
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Building Vocabulary via Word Generation Helps NYC Students Enhance their Debate Skills
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Cape Cod School District Implements Word Generation Programs Using iPads
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Support for Word Generation provided by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Noyce Foundation, the Spencer Foundation, the Leon Lowenstein Foundation and the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education through grant numbers R305A090555 and R305F100026.
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