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Why teach trade vocab1 b
Why teach trade vocab1 b
Why teach trade vocab1 b
Why teach trade vocab1 b
Why teach trade vocab1 b
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Why teach trade vocab1 b

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Lesson 1B of Vocabulary Instruction module

Lesson 1B of Vocabulary Instruction module

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  • 1. Module: Vocabulary Instruction Lesson 1: Part A: Why is directly teaching vocabulary important to students learning? Part B: How do I identify essential trade vocabulary and sort by importance and order?08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 2. What is essential trade vocabulary?•Foundational to every part of learning of the trade•Every student must know in order to be successful•Every student must know regardless of ability08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 3. Where are terms found?Check all resources •Foundations course •Academic/CTT classes •TAR technical items •Course industrial materials •Textbook •Presentation notes •State, national and industry certification exams •Math and science terms See; Selecting Essential Vocabulary Rubric •Career Success Standards08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 4. Unit: Finding a Job transferable skills estimation active listening measurement problem-solving thinking skills communication skills employabilitywritten communication calculation Finding a Job interpersonal skills networking interview skimming/scanning resúmé reading work ethic job application cover letter08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 5. Classify into 3 Groups •Must Know - critical concepts or procedures; foundational for future understanding; often repeated throughout training materials; Big Picture terms •Should Know - often explains Must Know words; factual in nature; are sometimes found in (parenthesis) in TAR items •Nice-to-know – extends knowledge; allows for specialization within the industry Not all vocabulary terms are created equal!08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 6. Example of Categorizing Terms Teaching Category Order Terms employability transferable skills MUST KNOW communication skills thinking skills interpersonal skills problem-solving active-listening SHOULD KNOW written communication job application resúmé cover letter NICE-TO-KNOW networking work ethic See: Categorizing Vocabulary Form08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 7. Unit: Finding a Job Finding a Job interpersonal skills networking08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 8. Example of Sequencing Terms Teaching Category Order Terms 1 employability 2 transferable skills MUST KNOW 4 communication skills 8 thinking skills 5 interpersonal skills 3 problem-solving 7 active-listening SHOULD KNOW 6 written communication 13 job application 11 resúmé 12 cover letter 14 interview NICE-TO-KNOW 10 networking 9 work ethic See: Categorizing Vocabulary Form08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 9. Categorizing and Sequencing Vocabulary08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B
  • 10. 08/22/12 Vocab Instruction Lesson 1B

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