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Foldables presentation created by Darlene Wheaton and originally published on her wiki at https://iu5slc.wikispaces.com/Foldables Used with permission.

Foldables presentation created by Darlene Wheaton and originally published on her wiki at https://iu5slc.wikispaces.com/Foldables Used with permission.

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  • Skill: Cause and Effect The relationship between two things when one thing is a stimulus that makes something else happen.
    • Suggested Foldable ™ :
      • Two-tab Foldable™ using notebook paper or photocopy paper.
        • Hamburger fold
        • Hot dog fold (leave holes showing for notebook storage)
      • 3-tab Foldable™ :
        • Cause – Effect – Prevention
        • Cause – Immediate Effect -- Outcome
  • Cause & Effect
    • Other Foldables ™ :
      • Two pocket Foldable ™ /note cards
    • Other Skills:
      • Compare and Contrast
      • Opposites
  • Vocabulary
    • Three of four research-based models for teaching vocabulary (wide reading, explicit teaching of specific words, teaching of word-learning strategies, and development of word consciousness) can be well supported by interactive graphic organizers. Marzano’s vision for direct vocabulary instruction aims for a top-level linguistic understanding of words accompanied by visual representation of terms, terms that students encounter in their academic reading.
    • Baumann, F.F. and Kame’enui, E.J. (2004) Vocabulary Instruction: Research to Practice . NY: The Guilford Press
  • Vocabulary
    • Suggested Foldable ™ :
      • Multi-tab Foldable ™ and 10-tab Foldable ™ using notebook paper or photocopy paper:
        • Hot dog fold/leave holes showing for notebook storage
        • Use notebook rings to collect multiple vocabulary Foldables ™
        • Vocabulary Foldables ™ used within larger Foldable ™ projects
  • Vocabulary
    • Alternate Foldable ™
      • Two-pocket Foldable ™ using 8.5” x 11” photocopy paper and note cards: “Know”/ “Need to Know”
      • Three-pocket Foldable ™ using 11” x 17” paper and note cards
  • Vocabulary
    • Other Foldables ™ :
      • Sentence strip Foldable ™ : using half sheets of notebook paper
    • Other Skills:
      • Main Ideas
      • Sequencing Events