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Transcript of Vocabulary
Independent Reading the words that we use to communicate effectively in listening, speaking, reading, and writing Receptive Expressive words we understand when we listen and read words we use when we write and speak Vocabulary: Direct Indirect explicit instruction learned from other sources Reflect
Take 2 note cards
1. Write down a strategy for teaching vocabulary that you currently use.
(leave on table)
2. Write down one best practice you would like to revisit or incorporate this semester.
(take this with you) Multiple Exposures is KEY new word new word new word Did you know? 4 - 14 - 40 What are the literacy best practices for vocabulary? Ponder Tier 2 Words Tier 3 Words Tier 1 Words Basic Words It is expected that students already know these words. home, friends, dog, house High Utility Words Cross curricular words; teachers spend much of direct instructional time on these justify, explain, summarize, process. evaluate Highly Technical / Academic Words Words that have highly technical meanings specific content areas (should not be the sole focus of vocabulary learning) tectonic plates, preamble, magma, mantle Schema-Based Vocabulary
Motor Imaging (non-linguistic)
Alphaboxes non-linguistic images, pantomimes, visuals
(more easily remembered) verbal & written 1. Provide a description, explanation, or example of the new term. 2. Ask students to restate the description, explanation, or example in their own words. 3. Ask students to construct a picture, pictograph, or symbolic representation of the term (non-linguistic)** 4. Engage students periodically in activities that help them add to their knowledge of the terms in their vocabulary notebook. 5. Periodically ask students to discuss the terms with one another. 6. Involve students periodically in games that enable them to play with the terms.