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List-Group-Label (LGL) in vocabulary

What is LGL?
List-Group-Label (LGL), also called semantic mapping, is designed to encourage children to 
•  improve their vocabulary and categorization skills, 
•  organize their verbal concepts, 
•  aid them in remembering and reinforcing new words, and
•  activate their prior knowledge about the subject. 
The rationale behind this strategy is based on the notion that categorizing words can help
children organize new words and experiences in relation to previously learned words. LGL
attempts to improve upon the way in which children learn and remember new words. LGL was
originally used in science and social studies classes; however, the strategy seems appropriate
across the curriculum.

Description of the Procedure 
List-Group-Label is an easy-to-implement, 3-part strategy with the following steps: 
•  listing, 
•  grouping/labeling, and 
•  follow-up.

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