Today’s tip comes from Morgan Mandel. She says:
“When I read a Dean Koontz novel, I always find one or two words I never heard of before, so he increases my vocabulary. I don't recommend doing too many of those words in a book, because not everyone wants to take the time to figure them out.”
Thanks Morgan. You can catch up with Morgan at her blog Double M's take on books, blogs, dogs, networking & life.
So, look up with your students any new words you come across as you’re reading. You can then do vocabulary lists and have them come up with sentences using those words.
Have fun with words today. I’ll see you tomorrow with another award we’ve won here at the Books go Beyond Reading blog.