World Lab Web helps students to learn vocabulary through a series of exercises. Vocabulary lists are created by curating words used in academic texts and literature commonly read by each grade level. Word Lab Web is available for a per student, per year license.
Students join a class by signing up for Word Lab Web (WLW) and attaching their account to a teacher’s class. WLW presents students with a list of vocabulary words, either from a particular text (e.g. A Wrinkle in Time, Charlotte’s Web, etc.) or from an academic set (e.g. Common Core-related words.) Students then move through the program to learn the meaning of, and practice with, these words.
Types of practice problems include using the words to complete a sentence, substituting words into a sentence, or completing analogies. WLW allows students to progress when students have achieved proficiency in the words being taught.
WLW provides several vocabulary lists specifically for English Language Learners. Key parts of the program are also available in both English and Spanish, to ensure ELLs’ learning.
Word Lab Web is available for between $10 and $15 / student / year, depending on volume. Free trials may be available by contacting the company.
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May want to have definitions of affixes available. Assessment averages are better if they are at 85% or better to not repeat, instead of 80% (or allow teacher to ...
One thing I was not impressed with was the choices for questions to place in the dictionary. The three questions seems a bit too simplistic. I had trouble choosing who would use a certain word choice.
The animations are nice, but could use some work to make the product more visually appealin...