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LINCing Routine lesson, teaching students how to use this multi-sensory word learning strategy.

LINCing Routine lesson, teaching students how to use this multi-sensory word learning strategy.

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    LINCing Routine Observation LINCing Routine Observation Presentation Transcript

    • DO NOW:
      • What do you do when you are reading, and you don’t know the meaning of a word?
      • In what classes do you find the vocabulary to be the most difficult? What study strategies do you use to learn new words?
      • Write/Share
    • Purpose:
      • We will learn and apply the LINCing Routine
      • To increase our vocabulary
      • Learn a strategy that will help us remember and learn new words.
    • LINCing Routine:
      • TERM: the word we want to learn
      • Idiosyncrasy
    • LINCing Routine
      • 2) DEFINITION: in our own words , so that we understand it
      • Idiosyncrasy (N.) a characteristic, habit, mannerism, or the like, that is peculiar to an individual
      • A person’s unusual habits or behaviors
    • LINCing Routine
      • 3) REMINDING WORD:
      • - must SOUND like a part of the term
      • -you must KNOW the meaning of this word!!
      • TERM: Idio sync rasy
      • REMINDING WORD: sink
    • LINCing Routine:
      • LINCing Story:
      • A sentence that must contain
      • - REMINDING WORD
      • -IMPORTANT PARTS OF DEFINTION
      • The boy near the sink is behaving in an unusual way.
    • LINCing Routine:
      • LINCing Picture:
      • A picture that must SHOW the LINCing story
      • - REMINDING WORD
      • - IMPORTANT PARTS OF DEFINITION
    • Review:
      • What goes in box #1 on the LINCing sheet?
      • What is a reminding word? How does it help?
      • What must the LINCing Story contain?
      • What is the LINCing Picture and what does it contain?
      • Why are we learning this routine?
    • Let’s practice together:
      • Term: apprehensive
      • Definition: (adj.) uneasy or fearful about something that might happen:
      • Our Definition:
      • Reminding Word:
      • LINCing Story:
      • LINCing Picture:
    • Let’s practice together:
      • Term: inexplicable
      • Definition: (adj.) not explicable; incapable of being accounted for or explained.
      • Our definition:
      • Reminding Word:
      • LINCing Story:
      • LINCing Picture:
    • Let’s practice together:
      • Term: tremendous
      • Definition: (adj.) extraordinarily great in size, amount, or intensity, extraordinary in excellence
      • Our definition:
      • Reminding Word:
      • LINCing Story:
      • LINCing Picture:
    • Practice in Pairs: Put these definitions into your own words
      • Timorous: (adj.) characterized by or indicating fear
      • Pervading: (v.) to become spread throughout all parts of
      • Murmur: (n.) a low, continuous sound of low, indistinct voices; a mumbled or private expression of discontent
      • Transfix: (n.) to make or hold motionless with amazement, awe, terror, etc.
      • Incisive: (adj.) remarkably clear and direct; keen; sharp; acute
    • Practice in Pairs: Create a LINCing Routine/Share
      • Timorous: (adj.) characterized by or indicating fear
      • Pervading: (v.) to become spread throughout all parts of
      • Murmur: (n.) a low, continuous sound of low, indistinct voices; a mumbled or private expression of discontent
      • Transfix: (n.) to make or hold motionless with amazement, awe, terror, etc.
      • Incisive: (adj.) remarkably clear and direct; keen; sharp; acute
    • Using this routine to study:
      • Use the different parts of the routine when studying:
      • -use the LINCing picture and story
      • -use the reminding word and definition
      • -use the term
      • Study new words BACKWARDS and FORWARDS
      • -start with the word to get to the definition
      • -start with the definition to get to the word
    • Let’s Practice:
      • What is the term that means a person’s unusual behavior ?
      • The reminding word is sink , and the definition is unusual behavior ,what is the term?
      • The term is idiosyncrasy . What is the
      • -reminding word? …
      • -LINCing story? …
      • -Definition?
      • What term matches this LINCing picture?
    • Examples of questioning:
      • What is the term that means__________ ?
      • The reminding word is__________, and the definition is __________,what is the term?
      • The term is___________. What is the
      • -reminding word? …
      • -LINCing story? …
      • -Definition?
      • What term matches this LINCing picture?
    • Let’s practice in pairs:
      • With your partner, practice questioning to study the terms you created a LINCing routine for:
      • Inexplicable timorous
      • Idiosyncrasy incisive
      • Apprehensive pervading
      • Extra Credit Words: tremendous, transfix, murmur
    • HOMEWORK:
      • Use the LINCing Routine to study for tomorrow’s vocabulary quiz:
      • -Practice: BACKWARDS and FORWARDS
      • -Reflect: Was this word learning strategy effective for me? Why or why not? What did you like/dislike about it? (6 sentences!)