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Presented at TNTESOL conference 2012. This is the ticketed session and it is a bit longer than the previous presentation with a similar title. Works with multimedia in teaching vocabulary.

Presented at TNTESOL conference 2012. This is the ticketed session and it is a bit longer than the previous presentation with a similar title. Works with multimedia in teaching vocabulary.

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  • Ignite Vocabulary with a Multimedia Approach Keith Pruitt, Ed.S.Words of Wisdom Educational Consulting www.woweducationalconsulting.com
  • If teachers are teaching only 200 words per year, by 4th grade students willalready be 50% behind where they need to be. --Keith Pruitt How Great is the Deficit? Turn and Talk Deficit of 800 words
  • Beck, McKeown, Kucan• Vocabulary must first be orally introduced.• Vocabulary is not grade specific.• Words must be explained, not defined.• Must be contextualized.• Multiple usages in a meaningful context (8-10).• Create Schema (visual representation)• Students reflect with each other• Three Tiers of Vocabulary View slide
  • The Work of J R Anderson Discards OR Sensory Working Permanent Memory Memory Memory FilesThis speaks to why creating schema is so very important.Anderson, J.R. (1995). Learning and memory: An integrated approach. New York: JohnWiley & Sons View slide
  • Teacher Presented Visuals The word we are going to talk about is invisible.So what would that mean? If something is invisible, you can’t see it.
  • Invisible
  • Pollen
  • © Art by Keithantenna
  • Exaggerate Beck and McKeown, Elements of Reading Vocabulary, Steck Vaughn, 2004
  • scheming
  • Bison
  • The bear was very fatigued from walking so far.Fatigue
  • American Bald Eagle
  • BoxTurtle
  • Camels
  • Frog on lily pad
  • budding 17
  • descend 18
  • dilapidated 19
  • Today in science we aretalking about volcanoes.
  • Mt. Saint Helens
  • What Words can Iteach based on the video just seen? Turn and Talk
  • Here are realstudents workingwith words in areal classroom.There are a widevariety ofstudents in thisclassroomincluding IEPstudents.
  • Provide purpose for readingGlossary terms are highlighted fingerprint Terms are defined for the students in words they can understand Pearson Longman, Keystone, Level E
  • Student Created VisualRepresentation
  • http://www.wordle.net/
  • How To Use Visual Literacy to Teach Reading
  • FlexibleSomething flexible can be bent without breaking
  • http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Outreach/Publications/GIP19/chapter_three_play-dough_topo.pdf
  • Making Learning More Concrete
  • It is so important for children S to have words. U As a teacher, the mostimportant teaching I can do is C to give students words. C EAnd when I have done that I will experience one of the Smost delightful words in the S dictionary…
  • Thank You Keith Pruitt, Ed.S. Words of Wisdom Educational Consultingwww.woweducationalconsulting.com