I've been doing some Internet research on this same topic. I wanted to move our developmental reading classes from textbooks to vocabulary in context.

Here is a list of sites that I thought might be helpful:

Word Play <http://www.wolinskyweb.com/word.htm>
Vocabulary.com <http://www.vocabulary.com/>
Word Safari vocabulary expeditions <http://home.earthlink.net/~ruthpett/safari/index.htm>
Reading Study Skills <http://www.smc.maricopa.edu/sub1/lac/rdg_study.html>
vocabulary links <http://home.earthlink.net/~ruthpett/safari/megalist.htm>
Other words' sites of interest <http://www.clever.net/quinion/words/wordlinks.htm>
Building a Better Vocabulary <http://webster.commnet.edu/hp/pages/darling/grammar/vocabulary.htm>
Ask an Expert Sources <http://www.cln.org/int_expert.html>


Cris Richardson
Assistant Director, Learning Center
Rogers State University
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From: Colleen Lynch [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
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Can anyone recommend good software or websites to help teach vocabulary? Please reply to me off list at [log in to unmask]

Thanks!

Colleen Lynch, Santa Fe Community College, NM