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Linking school and home drives vocabulary retention

Linking school and home drives vocabulary retention

The stronger the link between school and home, the more efficiently children learn vocabulary. That means focused, relevant home study and more parental involvement. “More exposures means better retention” Here’s some research that will come as no surprise to parents: children who consolidate their school learning by refreshing it at home tend to get better grades.[1] Perhaps more interesting, though, is that revision of this kind is especially effective when it comes to vocabulary learning.[2] This is true for two reasons. The first of these is straightforward: more exposures to new vocabulary always means better retention. “Bring the words to mind anywhere” Then there’s what’s called “context-dependent memory” – as anyone who has ever retraced their steps to find lost……

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