It's been a little while since I posted a new Wizard English Grid application (to see all of the Wizard English Grid activities posted on the blog so far click here; to download the actual WEG basic template click here), so here is a way you can use the Wizard English Grid to generate vocabulary references and resources for your students. These can be made into word cards, or left as a complete page that goes into an ongoing file for the learners, creating a sort of "Word Hoard" resource for them.
One potential application I neglected to mention in the examples there was the option of having the learners write in L1 translations for the flip-sides of cards or as part of the vocabulary learning grid. I'm not particularly keen on it myself, as I think it reduces exposure to the target language, but some teachers in some contexts may like to include that option.
The words used in my examples in the screencast are drawn from units 1 and 2 of Boost! Reading Level 2 (you can download these as free sample units, complete with TGs and audio files). Those units show the words in context in actual reading passages as well as including matching activities for the words to simple definitions.
If you have any of your own suggestions on ways vocabulary could be referenced and applied using this sort of grid, don't be afraid to post a comment!