EPHS - November 29, 2006 Eva Boehm - email@example.com Text: information on how the brain stores visual images of violence. The teacher highlights 3 words critical to students’ understanding of the reading: amygdala, premoter cortex and posterior cingulate. The teacher demonstrates the critical characteristics of meaning Word study as she integrated specialized vocabulary words into students lives by reading a newspaper article; repeats the word in the context of the article and with examples from students’ lives; and provides meaningful use by asking students to articulate in words or visuals the ways they will remember the words.
EPHS - August 29, 2006 Eva Boehm - firstname.lastname@example.org Interactive Vocabulary Strategy: Step #1: In small groups (3 to 4) - 2 minutes to explain, create graphics, words, phrases, delete, modify, add Give to group to your right, repeat step one 1 minute: highlight 2 most important Rotate chart paper and highlight an additional existing term/graphic or change or delete and add for a total of three. Repeat this process.
EPHS - November 29, 2006 Eva Boehm - email@example.com Grip Tape: sandpaper affixed to the top of the deck with adhesive, used to increase the friction between the deck and the skater’s feet. Caballerial: a 360 degree turn performed on a ramp while riding fakie (backward), named after skater Steve Caballero Fakie: skating backwards-the skater is standing in his or her normal stance, but the board is moving backward (not to be confused with “switch stance”) Crooked Grind: grinding on only the front truck while sliding McTwist: a 540 degree turn performed on a ramp, named after Mike McGill Nollie: An ollie performed by taping the nose of the board instead of the tail. Half pipe: a U-shaped ramp of any size, usually with a flat section in the middle.
Phat monday invigorating your vocab instruction
PHAT Monday Monday, May 3 rd 2:45—3:45 C234 Invigorate your Vocabulary Instruction : Strategies for Direct Vocabulary Instruction
Strategies for Sharing Today <ul><li>Alike but Different Graphic Organizer </li></ul><ul><li>Podcast/Songs </li></ul><ul><li>Knowledge Rating Chart </li></ul><ul><li>Word Walls </li></ul><ul><li>Frayer Method </li></ul>
Science/Psychology/DP example Alike but Different Graphic Organizer
Classroom Application (Allen, 2004) – Alike but Different graphic organizer Example from E. Boehm Amygdala Premotor Cortex Posterior Cingulate What We Have in Common All have to do with the brain All have to do with responding to violence All have to do with effects, thinking, aftermath of violence. Registers emotional arousal & detects threats to survival Thinks about responding to a threat Long term memory of troubling events How I’ll Remember By reviewing and studying this worksheet and understanding how parts of my mind work. What makes us unique
Atoms Family <ul><li>1st verse: </li></ul><ul><li>They’re tiny and they’re teeny, </li></ul><ul><li>Much smaller than a beany, </li></ul><ul><li>They never can be seeny, </li></ul><ul><li>The Atoms Family. </li></ul><ul><li>Chorus </li></ul><ul><li>2nd verse: </li></ul><ul><li>Together they make gases, </li></ul><ul><li>And liquids like molasses, </li></ul><ul><li>And all the solid masses, </li></ul><ul><li>The Atoms Family. </li></ul><ul><li>Chorus </li></ul>3rd verse: Neutrons can be found, Where protons hang around; Electrons they surround The Atoms Family. Chorus — Kathleen Crawford (1994, p. 20) Chorus: They are so small. (snap, snap) They’re round like a ball. (snap, snap) They make up the air. They’re everywhere. Can’t see them at all. (snap, snap)
What are the essential vocabulary? Determining Student Awareness with Knowledge Rating Charts. From E. Boehm Vocabulary Words This word is totally new to me I’ve heard or seen this word, but I’m not sure what it means I know a definition or could use this word in a sentence I know several ways this word could be used Readability Metacognition G.R.R Strategy
Knowledge Rating Chart EPHS 112906 E.Boehm/Vocabulary Unit Topic: Skateboarding Teacher: ___________ Course:_______________ Text:____________ Vocabulary Word This word is totally new to me I’ve heard or seen this word, but I’m not sure what it means I know a definition or could use this word in a sentence I know several ways this word could be used Grip tape Fakie Crooked grind McTwist Nollie Half pipe
Frayer Method (Frayer, Frederick & Klaus Meier, 1969) From E.Boehm Perseverance Definition: A trait a person might possess. A person that demonstrates perseverance when he remains constant to some purpose or task over some extended period despite obstacles. Distinguishing between new and similar but different concept for which it might be mistaken: Perseverance differs from stubbornness. P=positive quality and goal is typically worthwhile. S=negative quality and goal is not worthwhile. Example: A person who graduates from college despite financial responsibilities that require her to work full-time while in college would be demonstrating perseverance. Non examples: Reading an interesting book that you thoroughly enjoy. Eating a dozen donuts because you are really hungry.