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Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
Vocabulary training wilson teachers
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Vocabulary training wilson teachers

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This is the outline power point of the Vocabulary Training for Wilson County Teachers

This is the outline power point of the Vocabulary Training for Wilson County Teachers

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  • 1. Vocabulary Training Wilson County Teachers Keith Pruitt kpruittwow@gmail.com Words of Wisdom Join us on facebook www.woweducationalconsulting.com
  • 2. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  • 3. Explain • Putting words in terms students already know. How would you explain to students the word accomplish?
  • 4. Accomplish- to complete something that you started. Further explain by putting the word in a context. Our basketball team accomplished our goal of winning the state championship. I feel very accomplished when I clean my room.
  • 5. Your Turn • With a partner, come up with an explanation and a context for each of the following words. • Whisper • Greeting • Burrow • Glittering
  • 6. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  • 7. Using Vocabulary Journals • Have students create journals • Words • Schema • Explanations • Reflections • Consultations
  • 8. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
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  • 12. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  • 13. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  • 14. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  • 15. So work becomes Works Worker Worked Working Will Work Labor Job Employment Exert Lazy A Word Tree Starts with Base Word

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