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Modeling the Acquisition of Words With Multiple Meanings

Learning vocabulary is essential to successful communication. Complicating this task is the underappreciated fact that most common words are associated with multiple senses (are polysemous) (e.g., ...


How to Target Multiple Meaning Words In Speech Therapy

In this week's podcast episode, Marisha reviews the evidence related to the assessment and treatment of multiple meaning words.


All Words are Not Created Equal

Tips for selecting stimulus items for practice and testing.


Assessing Children's Knowledge of Multiple Meaning Words

Knowledge of multiple meaning words is important for oral and written communication. This research concerned the assessment of such knowledge. Elementary school children with language-learning diff...


The 100 Most Important Multiple Meaning Words Kids Need to Know | K5 Learning

K5 Learning highlights the top 100 most important multiple meaning words.


Multiple Meanings: Theory, Research and Teaching Tips

Learning about the multiple meanings of words (e.g., to find -- a find) is included in the new and widely adopted Common Core Standards for English Language Arts. For example, the excerpt below was...


The Functional External Memory Aid Tool Version 2.0: A How-To Clinical Guide

This clinical-focus article describes new resources available to help clinicians administer and interpret Version 2.0 of the FEMAT when serving adults with cognitive-communication disorders.


Effects of a Vocabulary Intervention On Teaching Multiple-Meaning Words to Students Who Are D/Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Building vocabulary knowledge, especially breadth and depth of word meanings, is a crucial step in assisting students to read and comprehend print independently. A large body of research has docume...


Multiple Meanings In the EFL Lexicon

The present study investigates the extent of multiple word meanings among the most frequent 9,000 words of the English language, which we refer here as the EFL lexicon. These include the high frequ...


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