Research into Practice: Strategies for teaching and learning vocabulary

@inproceedings{Teng2014ResearchIP,
  title={Research into Practice: Strategies for teaching and learning vocabulary},
  author={Feng Ming Teng},
  year={2014}
}
This article presents an overview of current research on second language vocabulary learning and proposes eight strategies for teaching and learning vocabulary. First, to facilitate effective vocabulary teaching, choosing high-frequency words is essential. Teachers of vocabulary also need to add explicit, intentional teaching to incidental learning. In addition, vocabulary learning strategies including morphological awareness and lexical inference provides a platform by which learners can… CONTINUE READING

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