U1.lp7.vocabulary review

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  • U1.lp7.vocabulary review

    1. 1. Objective SWBAT create vocabulary word webs in order to review and acquire key vocabulary terms from Unit 1. Warm-Up 1. Which type of economy values occupational roles over economic growth? 2. Which type of economy is used during a war? 3. Which type of economy would guarantee protection to the consumer?
    2. 2. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • INM: Frayer Models • GP: How to create a Word Web • IP: Creating your Word Web • Games: ¡Matamoscas! or BINGO!
    3. 3. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • INM: Frayer Models • GP: How to create a Word Web • IP: Creating your Word Web • Games: ¡Matamoscas! or BINGO!
    4. 4. Frayer Model • The Frayer Model is a TREMENDOUS way of acquiring vocabulary. • It includes: • A definition • A drawing or list of characteristics • An example • A non-example
    5. 5. Key Terms to Cover • Inflation • Redistribution • Equity • Legislative
    6. 6. How we will proceed • I will provide you with one example of how to complete a Frayer Model. • Then we will complete two models together. • Finally, I will give you one word to complete on your own. • I will ask you to share out loud.
    7. 7. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION Inflation EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    8. 8. DEFINITION DRAWING or a rise in the general level of prices of DESCRIPTION goods and services in an economy over a period of time. Inflation EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    9. 9. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION Redistribution EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    10. 10. DEFINITION DRAWING or a mechanism whereby a politically or economically powerful individual (or DESCRIPTION group) collects goods and services from the members of society and reallocates them among the society's members. Redistribution EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    11. 11. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION Equity EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    12. 12. DEFINITION DRAWING or Equity is the concept or idea of fairness DESCRIPTION in economics, particularly as to taxation or welfare economics Equity EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    13. 13. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION Legislative EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    14. 14. DEFINITION DRAWING or That branch of government which is responsible for making, or having the DESCRIPTION power to make, a law or laws; Making, or having the power to make, a law or laws; Legislative EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    15. 15. GP: How to Make a Mind Map 1. I need all focus to the front of the room. 2. Please take out your Unit Vocabulary List. 3. There are three parts of the list. They include: A. Name of the Unit B. Name of Lessons (We had 6) C. Critical Vocabulary from the Lessons 4. We will use these words to create a word map.
    16. 16. GP: How to Make a Mind Map 1. Our word maps will include FOUR levels. 1. Unit Name 2. Lesson Names (6) 3. Vocab Words 4. Definitions and Pictures (one per lesson) 2. Now, watch me and listen closely.
    17. 17. LP2 Government Power Systems Unitary * LP3 Confederate Federal Foundations of Government
    18. 18. Independent Practice 1. Listen carefully. 2. You will be split up into a group of 3 to 4 people. 3. You will have 20 minutes to finish your mind map. 4. Talk quietly with one another about how you can best draw up your mind map. 5. Each person must complete a mind map.
    19. 19. Homework: You must complete FOUR Frayer Models for FOUR vocabulary words from our Unit. The words have already been chosen for you.
    20. 20. BINGO! • Everybody pick up a BINGO card. • I will start the game by saying the DEFINITION of the word. • You must listen to that definition, and then find the word on your bingo card. • If the word isn’t there, keep listening!
    21. 21. Exit Slip 1. You will have 5 minutes to complete today’s exit slip. 2. Please only write the letter of your answer in the appropriate blank. 3. Complete it in silence. 4. When you are done, carefully check over your answers. 5. After checking your answers, please begin your homework.
    22. 22. 3, 2, 1, See Ya! What are 3 things that you learned today? What are 2 things that confused you? What is 1 thing you want to know more about?

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