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Copy of Risky Business: Vocabulary Assessment

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Risky Business:
Vocabulary Assessment Vocabulary
15 year gap in research It is not enough to just know the meaning of a word.

* What words it is usually associated with--COLLOCATIONS
* Whether it has any particular grammatical characteristics
* How it is pronounced Complicated and
complex knowledge rating scale
a formative assessment


FIST TO FIVE Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Assessment Beck, McKown, and Kucan (2002) Choices Biemiller (2005); Dale & O'Rourke (1981) Strategies for teaching vocabulary
(Tier 2 & Tier 3 words
--new labels of known concepts)
Teaching synonyms
Teaching antonyms
Paraphrasing definitions
Providing examples
Providing nonexamples
Asking sentences for «show what you know»
Word sorting into categories What Could We Assess? Matching Assessment
to Purpose

Developmental assessments that show growth Alternative Assessments
TOOLS to Consider 1915-1920 Decontextualized
Vocabulary
Assessment Pick the word that fits the blank.

A _____ is used to eat with. Pick the best meaning of the word glad. Choices Useful
Words "Knownness" Tier One Tier Two Tier Three Super
clusters Clusters Mini-
Clusters Semantic Clusters The Principle of Incrementality Dale & O'Rourke
The Living Word Vocabulary
1981 The Theory of Vocabulary Knowledge: What students at particular grade levels know Biemiller 2005 Teaching is a complicated business. It is imperative that we stop trying to make it appear simple.
Jacqueline G. Brooks clever
mild
happy
frank THINK - SHARE The Challenge!
Ss with weak lexical knowledge Learning words is ??????????
"What does __pickle______ mean?"

*9000 critical words with multiple meanings 1st step Finished I know the word. I know what it means when I see it or hear it. I use the word in speaking and writing. No idea! Procrustean I know the word a little. I've heard it before. 1 incremental I can give an example or the definition of the word. Important words 200+ 100-199 21-99 Hiebert (2005,2006) plunge
d
e
s
c
e
n
d
ing motion --types of motion

TASK (mini)
job, housework, chore, labor, production frequency + derivatives consumption consumers consumer consumes pre- and post- test Insects We have been learning about insects. Below is a list of words. Put a circle around words that you can read and are sure have something to do with insects. Do not guess. Wrong answers will lower your score. thorax ponds abdomen
ears mosquito swamps
teeth colony worms
feelers legs antenna
larva beetle snail
backyard bugs ant
bones hatch cockroach
spider lungs wing molt
Types of Insects Places Insects Live
spider backyard
beetle ponds
cockroach swamps



Insect Body Parts Other Insect Words
feelers hatch
legs
antenna
wings
thorax Donna Heliste
SEV Tarsus
ATC 2012 Generating words from a root.

Using vivid language.

Defining features and non-features of a concept. Collocations are a predictable combination of words which are arbitrary in nature.
(in other words)
USED LANGUAGE: One word suggests the presence of another.

examples:
________ AWAKE
NON-ALCOHOLIC ____________
ULTERIOR _____________
____________ TO TEARS
blood/close/distant/near(est) RELATIVE high-frequency
words low-frequency words THE CORPUS OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ENGLISH (COCA)

THE ONLINE OXFORD COLLOCATIONS DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH Marzano and Marzano, 1988
A Cluster Approach to Elementary Vocabulary Instruction Beck, McKown, and Kucan (2002) NOTEBOOKS self-
peer-assessments

flashcards
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