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Secondary Vocabulary Instruction

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Everything you ever wanted to know... and more!

Everything you ever wanted to know... and more!


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  • Introductions Good morning. I’m (name and title) with the Communications department and today we’d like to tell you about our organization and what we do. First I’d like to introduce my colleague(s) . . . I’d also like to go around the room and have each of you introduce yourselves and let us know your position and department here at the Chancellor’s Office. Brand Exercise As the creative arm of the organization, we’re going to start off by getting you up and on your feet. I’d like to have everyone stand up. Now, close your eyes. I want you to take a moment to think about a brand. It can be anything, whatever comes right to the top of your mind. Got it? Now, open your eyes and you can be seated. Here’s the quiz: by a show of hands, how many of you thought of the CSU? Anyone? Any winners of our grand prize? (CSU padfolio) (Assuming no one chose the CSU) That is why we’re here today and why we’ve titled our presentation: (go to first slide)
  • Categorizes, provides a graphic organizational structure, closed sorting, open sorting
  • Sequence, categorize, in order, gauges degrees is it closer to this or that
  • 3 uses for SFA Definitions or qualities – nocturnal examples on the left and definitional items on the top Qualities Inquiry chart (I chart) authors down the side key questions across top Look at bullying for I chart
  • Before during and after reading Plus, check, minus
  • Words their way