A history class has sooooo much vocabulary. A way that I show my students a visual of the vocabulary that is part of the unit we are studying is with word walls.
One of the nicest compliments I’ve ever received with my word walls was from an ELL teacher who told me how much my word wall bulletin board helped her ELL students.
Each of my history vocabulary word walls consist of 100 vocabulary terms with definitions and an accompanying image to represent the term.
User-friendly printing instructions are included so you can just print the terms you want.
I’ve used my word walls as bulletin boards, handouts to tell part of a story, and as mini-flipbooks on key rings for our ELL teacher as a handy resource for our students.
I’ve got word walls in bundles (big money saver for you), and available for purchase individually.
My word walls that are currently available are:
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.