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Marzano - Non-Linguistic Representations

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Angela Tims

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Transcript of Marzano - Non-Linguistic Representations

Nonlinguistic Representations
1. Creating Graphic Representations
2. Making physical models
3. Generating Mental Images
4. Drawing pictures & pictographs
5. Engaging in kinesthetic activity
Brain Research Says
linguistic vs. nonlinguistic
the more we use both, the better we're able to think about and recall knowledge
how we generally
present knew content
talk about it or read about it
stimulates and increases
activity in the brain
imagery mode (mental pictures, etc)
knowledge is stored in two forms
Examples:
Organizes information into general statements
with supporting examples.
Example
Example
Example
Generalization Principle
Generalization/Principle
Pattern Organizer
Organizes information into a causal network leading to a specific outcome or into a sequence of steps leading to a specific product.
EFFECT
Process/ Cause-Effect Organizer
Events need to be in a specific chronological order.
Event
Event
Event
Event
Event
Event
Time-Sequence Pattern Organizer
For specific persons, places, things or events with no
particular chronological order needed
TOPIC
fact
fact
fact
fact
fact
Descriptive Pattern Organizer
Organizes information about specific events including setting, people, duration, sequence of events, and cause and effect
Person
Person
Person
Time
Place
Duration
Episode
Episode Pattern Organizer
Organizes information around a word or phrase that represents entire classes or categories of persons, places, things, and events.
example
characteristic
Concept
example
example
example
example
example
example
Concept Patterns
Topic
fact
fact
fact
fact
fact
Effect
Person
Person
Person
Effect
Episode
Generalization principle
Example
Characteristic
Concept
Characteristic
Characteristic
example
example
example
example
example
example
tangible models,
digital models
or representations
One of the most underused instructional strategies
helps students understand information in a new way
Marzano's Instructional
Strategies That Work


Use Scope & Sequence to plan lessons that incorporate Marzano Strategies (1-6)
- Identifying Similarities & Differences
- Summarizing & Note-taking
- Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition
- Homework & Practice
- Nonlinguistic Representations
Afternoon Assignment
Use internet resources to search
Document with the provided lesson plan template
Must complete at least 3 activities/lessons
Divide & Conquer
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