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Marzano Vocabulary An Introduction All Subject K-12

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Transcript of Marzano Vocabulary An Introduction All Subject K-12

Step 1
Introduce the word
Teacher provides description
of the word but does not define the word.
How?
Display the word
Question the students and ask what they already know about the word.
Do activities that give students an impression of the word
Step 2:
Student Explains the Word

Marzano
Vocabulary

Step 6: Games
Definitions
don't have to
be exact.
Differentiate
by giving sentence frames
Student uses their own words!
(cc) photo by Jakob Montrasio
Step 3:
Picture

Step 4:Interact with word
Examples/Non-Examples
Act it out
Drawings that mean something to the student.
Word Study
Analogies
Conversation
Classify Words
Compare & Contrast
Step 5:Share the word
Jeopardy
Rate Understanding
video clip
Picture Slideshow
Animoto
Light
4= I completely understand
3= I kind of understand
2= I don't really understand
1= I don't understand at all
ABC order
blends
vowels
syllables
Sorts
Examples & Non-examples
Shows a relationship between words
part/whole
cause/effect
word/example
opposites
Can tier by...
using pictures
giving word box
type (complete, partial, half, blank)
Venn diagram
double bubble map
Peanut butter & Jelly
Marzano's research says...
students are asked to learn 300-400 subject specific words each year.
as
Prefix/suffix
swat
flashlight race
million dollar pyramid
relays
matching
memory
change/melt
Heavy
life cycle
An introduction: All Subjects K-12
part of speech
Introductions
HI!
The Research
How many content words do you teach in a school year?
Me
You
Marzano
From the book: Building Background Knowledge for Academic Achievement
Milieu
Layered on understanding
Multiple modalities
Take a Hint
Word walls
as
milieu
setting
What is the relating factor?
Share
Take a Hint
Summer
Milieu
Greek/Latin Roots
Plan Step 6
Science
Math
Language Arts
Mood
Least common multiple
Science
Math
acute angle
common denominator
evidence
point of view
Social Studies
Miscellaneous
List Group Label
1. put word here
2. Write a basic and an expert definition
3) Plan how you will present the word
*Be very detailed
1. Describe in detail
how you will have students
interact with the word.
2) Step 4 actavities can include other
words not just the "Marzano" word. Include
any other words that may be necessary
Write about how your students will share the word.
Revision & Re-rate Understanding
Milieu
Verb
tired
sleepy
Marzano's research says...
a large portion of words can be learned through reading and classroom exposure
more complex words...ones that don't have a clear meaning by using context clues need a different approach.
How did you learn new vocabulary words in school?
Use pictures or real objects
Word Splash
Box & T-chart
Points to remember: (pg 9)
All "high yield" activities
The more you do the better
Students can solve or create step 4 activities
Don't forget to incorporate technology
Odd one out
word families
Create your own!
Structures for Sharing
Timed Pair Share
Mix-Freeze-Group
Inside-Outside Circle
Quiz-Quiz Trade
See more in your handout!!!
What to Share
Student definition
Picture
Step 4 products
Inside-Outside Circle
1. Find a partner & form a double circle
2. Inside-share your "odd one out"
3. Outside-Answer
4. Inside-Praise or coach your partner
5. Switch roles
Use "odd one out"
Quiz-Quiz Trade
Use "word splash" card
1. Find a partner
2. Partner A quizzes B
3. B answers
4. Switch roles
5. Partners switch cards
6. Repeat with a new partner
Mix-Freeze-Group
Use "analogy" card
Mingle around the room
Form into groups of 3
Share
Mingle around the room
Form into groups of 2
Share
charades
pictionary
Choose a "teacher"
Place 5-10 words on the table (or have a pre-made board)
"Teacher" calls out a definition
Remaining players place fingerprint on the correct vocabulary word.
The first person to swat the correct word gets a point.
Pictionary
Shuffle and place words face down on the table
Choose 1 person to be the illustrator
The illustrator pulls one card from the deck and begins to draw. You cannot use words or numbers.
Anyone else can try to guess the word
The person that guesses the word wins a point
Play continues with a new person becoming an illustrator.
Pb & J
Choose one person to be the "teacher"
Everyone else sits with a partner
With your partner, decide who will be Pb and who will be jelly
Pb will face the "teacher" & jelly will face away
The teacher will post 4 words
Pb will give clues about each word until jelly guesses the word.
When all 4 words have been guessed the pair stands up
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How many words?
Wordsplash Sample (Front)
Canoeing
Fishing
Volleyball
Video Games
Painting
Jumping
on Trampoline
Reading a book
Wordsplash Sample (Back)
Recreational Activities
Which one is the odd one out?
Drum
Piano
Guitar
Clarinet
Can be words
or pictures
fingerprint
Fingerprint
Pg. 13-16
Pg. 17-25
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