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Academic Vocabulary

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A brief introduction to Marzano's ideas of "Building Academic Vocabulary including activities.

A brief introduction to Marzano's ideas of "Building Academic Vocabulary including activities.

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  • 1. Building Academic Vocabulary HPISD Breakout Sessions October 17, 2013
  • 2. What is the need for developing a K-12 academic vocabulary plan?
  • 3. What is the need for developing a K-12 academic vocabulary plan? • Research indicates a 23% increase on assessments with direct vocabulary instruction. Stahl and Fairbanks (1986) and Marzano (2004).
  • 4. What is the need for developing a K-12 academic vocabulary plan? • Research indicates a 23% increase with direct vocabulary instruction. • Powerful tool in vertical alignment.
  • 5. What is the need for developing a K-12 academic vocabulary plan? • Research indicates a 23% increase with direct vocabulary instruction. • Powerful tool in vertical alignment. • Fills the gap of knowledge base of academically disadvantaged students.
  • 6. Choosing academic vocabulary • Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) • College and Career Readiness Standards
  • 7. 1. Provide an explanation, description or example of the new term • Framing the Lesson (mini-lesson) • Questioning techniques • Marzano suggests imaging is important – Similar to Marcia Tate’s 20 Suggestions The new term is chef. Compare to cook?
  • 8. 2. Have students restate the explanation, description or example in their own words • • • • FSGPT (Fundamental 5) Questioning techniques Reciprocal teaching (Marcia Tate) Critical Writing (Fundamental 5, Marcia Tate)
  • 9. 3. Students will construct a picture, symbol or graphic representing the term or phrase.
  • 10. 4. Engage the students in activities that help them add to their knowledge of the terms. • FSGPT (Fundamental 5) • Games (Marcia Tate) • Labs (Science classes, CTE classes)
  • 11. 5. Periodically ask students to discuss terms with each other. •FSGPT (Fundamental 5) •Reciprocal teaching (Marcia Tate)
  • 12. 6. Periodically use games that allow students to play with the terms. • FSGPT (Fundamental 5) • Games {DUH} (Marcia Tate)
  • 13. Monitoring accuracy of students • Move around the room (Power Zone) • Check work to determine the level of understanding and clarity (Recognize and Reward or writing critically) • During reviews and games, listen for misconceptions and areas of confusion (FSGPT or Recognize and Reward) • Journals or notes of critical writing on concept
  • 14. 8 Ideas for teaching Vocabulary -Free Association -Talk a Mile a Minute -Vocabulary Charades -Matrix - Comparing Terms - Draw Me - Name that Category - What is the Question 1) Explain the idea 2) How can you use it: - Secondary - Elementary

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