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Thinking about how to teach students some skills and techniques for learning vocabulary

Thinking about how to teach students some skills and techniques for learning vocabulary

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Spelling 101 Spelling 101 Presentation Transcript

  • Spelling 101 ‘How to...’
  • How to learn....(or ‘Oh, Robert, how I do love thee’) Teacher explaining Student re-telling Robert Marzano Student creating non-linguistic representation Student engaging in activities to deepen knowledge of the word. Students discussing the word Students playing games to reinforce the words Robert Marzano
  • Teacher explainingprior knowledgeimagerytell a storysing a songsing and dancegapfill definitionsvisuword
  • Student re-tellingverbally and/or in writingbrainstormindividual/pair/group/whole class
  • non-linguistic representationwww.weboword.composter/illustratedmany different drawing/moodboard/cartoon apps
  • activities to deepen knowledge create a class dictionary in google docs orcomparison wallwisherclassification create a personal dictionarymetaphor Write a poem http://ettcweb.lr.k12.nj.us/forms/ newpoem.htmanalogy Create gapfill tests for other studentsweboword
  • discussing the wordexplain classifications, comparisonsand representationsshare metaphors and analogiesshare findings and discoveries
  • reinforcement gamesjeopardyblockbustersclasstools.netwww.spellingcity.comwww.quizlet.commake as many small words as possible out of big wordssimon sayspictionary
  • reinforcement gamesmatching pairscelebrity headsI went to the supermarket and I bought/I went to themuseum and I saw/I travelled to the Galapagos Islandsand I sawWhat is it?Who wants to be a millionairecall my bluffmastermind
  • jeopardycrocodileRobertlatitude
  • Blockbustersr m u j h m s be p r c i c g pa c a b v p m gs i w k w f i fm f b d g s w pb a p c u s w ao v f q s w m lw p d a w b c g
  • classtools.net
  • www.spellingcity.com
  • www.quizlet.com
  • www.testmoz.com
  • Simon saysdrawing appagreed actionsstand up/sit down
  • Pictionary
  • mastermind mitosis exact1 nucleus reproduction2 division cellular3 replication ?? split ??
  • call my bluff - lyreSomeone who does not tell the truthA musical instrumentA liquid used in household cleaning
  • matching pairs
  • celebrity heads
  • I went to the supermarket
  • Who/what is it?
  • Who wants to be a millionaire
  • How to assess?Focus only on what we want students to know
  • Ideas from my students ...Finding out how successful students learn andbrainstorming ideas for learning vocabulary.‘Look cover say check’/‘Look cover write check’Take a photo of your list of spellings and use them asbackground on your iPad/laptop.Make up rhymes.Write out copies of your list and stick them indifferent places around your house.Break words into different sounds.Ask someone to test you. Test your friends.