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  • 1. ETEC 602 Orange Group: Dain Shimabuku Meilene Roco Tia Mayberry Concept Attainment
  • 2. Graphic Organizers
    • Agenda
    • History of:
      • KWLA
      • Cornell Notes
      • Venn Diagram
    • Application of Graphic Organizers in a lesson
  • 3. KWLA History
    • Know, Want to know, Learned, and Applied
    • Format originally created as KWL
    • Adding the “A”: gives students opportunity to apply knowledge gained to their own lives
  • 4. KWL to KWLA
    • Developed by Donna Ogle in 1986
    • Encourages reading
    • Helps determine prior knowledge
    • Helps develop questions of interest
  • 5. KWLA
    • Activates higher learning
    • Helps construct meaning to reading assignment
    • Keeps track of progress
    • Enhances comprehension
  • 6. KWLA Organizer A (How I can Apply what I’ve Learned) L (What I have Learned) W (What I Want to know) K (What I Know )
  • 7. History of Cornell Notes
      • Created by Walter Pauk
        • - Designed in response to poor test scores
        • - Meant to be used as a study guide
      • Rates of retention loss:
        • 20 minutes = 47% forgotten
        • 1 day = 62% forgotten
        • 2 days = 69% forgotten
        • 75 days = 75% forgotten
        • 78 days = 78% forgotten
  • 8. Cornell Note Format
    • Three sections
      • Left column: cue, main ideas, headlines and questions
      • Right column: information and
      • note taking
      • Bottom section: Summary
  • 9. Cornell Note Six Step Method
    • 1. Record: facts, key words, main points
    • 2. Reduce: important facts, create questions
    • 3. Recite: students recite out loud
    • and in their own words the facts
    • and ideas they want to learn
    • .
  • 10. Cornell Note Six Step Method
    • 4. Reflect: relates facts and ideas to things already known
    • 5. Review: the notes as often as
    • possible
    • 6. Recap: the information gained
    • during the lecture in a summary
  • 11. History of the Venn Diagram
    • Introduced by John Venn
    • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and Leonard Euler
    • Venn formalized and generalized usage in education
  • 12. Venn Diagram
    • Overlapping circles show possible relationships
    • Diagram used over a
    • hundred years
  • 13. Applying Graphic Organizers in a Lesson
    • Topic: Earthquakes
    • Course: Earth and Space Science
    • Audience: Eighth grade students
  • 14. Applying Graphic Organizers in a Lesson
    • Hawaii Content and Performance Standards III (HCPS III): Standard 8
    • Benchmark: SC.ES.8.5: Explain the effects of movements of crustal plates
    • Length: Three (3) days
  • 15. Earthquake Lesson Day 1
    • Earthquake Lesson begins with
      • Video clips
      • Questions
    • Introduce KWLA
      • Students write down what they Know about Earthquakes
  • 16. KWLA Organizer An earthquake is a vibration of the Earth’s surface ______________ Earthquakes can cause tsunamis ______________ A (How I can Apply what I’ve Learned) L (What I Learned) W (What I Want to Know) K (What I Know )
  • 17. Earthquake Lesson Day 1
    • Students form 4 groups
    • Each group is required to read and master their topic:
          • History of Earthquakes: results and effects
          • Plate tectonics
          • Volcanoes and Earthquakes
          • Scientific Instruments
  • 18. Earthquake Lesson Day 1
    • During assigned reading students are to use Cornell Notes for understanding
    • Homework:
      • Complete “ W ” What I want to know about earthquakes
      • Research (use Cornell Notes)
      • Write a short report for peer teaching
  • 19. KWLA Organizer Why do earthquakes happen? ______________ Where do earthquakes happen? ______________ An earthquake is a vibration of the Earth’s surface ______________ Earthquakes can cause tsunamis ______________ A (How I can Apply what I’ve Learned) L (What I Learned) W (What I Want to Know) K (What I Know )
  • 20. Cornell Notes Organizer 1. Why do earthquakes happen? Earthquakes happen because of a sudden release of stored energy in the crust of the earth 2. Where do earthquakes happen? Earthquakes can happen wherever there are fault lines or volcanoes
  • 21. Earthquake Lesson Day 2
    • Share research with peers (other groups)
    • Read articles on 2006 Hawaii earthquake
    • and a major world earthquake
    • Homework:
      • Use Cornell Notes for each earthquake
      • Use Venn Diagram to compare/contrast the two earthquakes
  • 22. Venn Diagram
  • 23. Earthquake Lesson Day 3
    • Present and share Venn Diagram
    • Form 3 main points or conclusions
    • Homework:
      • Complete the KWLA Organizer for
        • What I Learned
        • How I can Apply what I’ve Learned
  • 24. KWLA Organizer How to determine why an earthquake happened ______________ Live somewhere that doesn’t have a volcano or fault line (Hawaii or California) Earthquakes can happen because of stored energy in the crust of the earth ______________ Earthquakes can happen anywhere there are volcanoes or fault lines Why do earthquakes happen? ______________ Where do earthquakes happen? An earthquake is a vibration of the Earth’s surface ______________ Earthquakes can cause tsunamis A (How I can Apply what I’ve Learned) L (What I Learned) W (What I Want to Know) K (What I Know )
  • 25. Earthquake Lesson Recap
    • For our lesson on earthquakes we used 3 Graphic Organizers
          • KWLA
            • Test prior knowledge and application of lesson
          • Cornell Notes
            • Organization and Study Guide
          • Venn Diagram
            • Compare lesson topics
  • 26. This concludes our presentation. Any questions?

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