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Classroom Instruction That Works, Chapter 6, Nonlinguistic Representations

Summary of work by Marzano, Pickering and Pollock
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Camie Fillpot

on 26 September 2011

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Transcript of Classroom Instruction That Works, Chapter 6, Nonlinguistic Representations

Nonlinguistic
Representations Variations Research How to Use Effectively Chapter 6: Classroom
Instruction that Works Conclusion Knowledge is stored in two forms- linguistic and imagery Explicit engagement in the
creation of nonlinguistic representation
by the teacher increases student
brain activity. When both types of
knowledge are used,
recall is better. Authors: Marzano, Pickering and Pollock
A variety of activities produce nonlinguistic representations:

-graphics
-physical models
-generating mental pictures
-drawing pictures and pictographs
-engaging in kinesthetic activity Nonlinguistic representations
should ELABORATE
on knowledge. Head Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Graphic organizers are the most common way to help
students generate nonlinguistic representations. Making Physical Models Concrete Models Student Model of Solar System Generating Mental Pictures Mental Pictures
"Class imagine..." Students drawing pictures or pictographs Kinesthetic Activities Physical movement associated with specific knowledge generates a mental image of the knowledge in the mind of the learner. Nonlinguistic representations are the most underused instructional strategy in this book. Helps students understand content in a whole new way.
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