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Explore the dancing prodigy and Depression-era African-American icon Bill Robinson as scholars learn new vocabulary words in context. As you read Leo Dillon's Rap a Tap Tap they listen for six new words: clatter, greet, passion, pause, pleasure, and seldom. Each word comes with excellent connection questions to solidify meaning and promote connections with outside concepts. They listen for context clues and raise a hand when they hear one of the words come up in the text. Easily expand this strategy to use more words if you like.
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