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terms through activities targeting
definitional information, contextu-
al information, and pictorial repre-
sentations. Findings from this
study implied that schools serving
economically disadvantaged stu-
dents should consider integrating
explicit vocabulary instruction
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Laurie A. McAdams is an assistant
professor at Tarleton State Univer-
sity. She has taught in public
schools in Florida and Texas.
McAdams received an Ed.D. from
Tarleton State University. McAd-
ams works closely with Fort Worth
Independent School District and
currently serves as president of the
Fort Worth Council of the Inde-
pendent Reading Association.
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