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Teaching vocabulary in a common core world

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Teaching vocabulary in a common core world

  1. 1. Teaching Vocabulary in a Common Core World Keith Pruitt, Ed.S Words of Wisdom Educational Consulting www.woweducationalconsulting.com Join us on facebook
  2. 2. • Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown andVarious aspects of CCSS multiple-meaning words• Anchor and phrases by using Standards K- context clues, analyzing 12 meaningful word parts, and demonstrate consulting references the • Demonstrate importance of understanding of word word relationships knowledge. • Acquire and use academic A.4-6 words
  3. 3. Anchor Standards K-5Reading Show Vocabulary• Key Ideas and Details • 4. Interpret words and phrases• Craft and as they are used in a text, Structure including determining technical, connotative, and• Integration of figurative meanings, and Knowledge and analyze how specific word Ideas choices shape meaning or tone.• Text Complexity
  4. 4. Let’s See How Vocabulary is handled atgrade level
  5. 5. Areas with Emphasis for Vocabulary1. Literature2. Informational Text3. Foundational Skills4. Writing
  6. 6. Literature K-5Craft and Structure Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Ask and answer Identify words and Describe how questions about phrases in stories words and phrases unknown words or poems (e.g., regular in a text. that suggest beats, alliteration, feelings or appeal rhymes, repeated to the senses. lines) supply rhythm and meaning in a story, poem, or song.
  7. 7. Literature K-5Craft and Structure Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Determine the Determine the Determine the meaning of words meaning of words meaning of words and phrases as and phrases and phrases they are used in a as they are used in as they are used in text, distinguishing a text, including a text, including literal from those figurative nonliteral language. that allude to language such as significant metaphors and characters found in similes. mythology (e.g., Herculean).
  8. 8. Informational Text K-5Craft and Structure Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade With prompting Ask and answer Determine the and support, ask questions to help meaning of words and answer determine or and phrases in a questions about clarify the meaning text relevant to a unknown words in of words and grade 2 topic or a text. phrases in a subject area text.
  9. 9. Informational Text K-5Craft and Structure Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Determine the Determine the Determine the meaning of general meaning of general meaning of general academic academic academic and domain- and domain- and domain- specific words and specific words or specific words and phrases in a text phrases in a text phrases in a text relevant to a grade relevant to a grade relevant to a grade 3 topic or subject 4 topic or subject 5 topic or subject area. area. area.
  10. 10. Foundational Skills K-5 Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Demonstrate Demonstrate understanding of understanding of spoken words, spoken words, syllables, and syllables, and sounds- sounds- Phonological Phonological Awareness Awareness Know and apply Know and apply Know and apply grade-level phonics grade-level phonics grade-level phonics and word and word and word analysis skills in analysis skills in analysis skills in decoding words decoding words decoding words
  11. 11. Foundational Skills K-5 Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Know and apply Know and apply Know and apply grade-level phonics grade-level phonics grade-level phonics and word and word and word analysis skills in analysis skills in analysis skills in decoding words decoding words decoding words a. Identify and know Use combined Use combined the meaning of the knowledge of all knowledge of all most letter-sound letter-sound common prefixes and correspondences, correspondences, derivational suffixes. syllabication patterns, syllabication patterns, b. Decode words with and and common Latin morphology (e.g., morphology (e.g., suffixes. roots and affixes) to roots and affixes) to c. Decode multi- read read syllable words. accurately unfamiliar accurately unfamiliar d. Read grade- multisyllabic words in multisyllabic words in appropriate context and out of context and out of irregularly spelled context. context. words.
  12. 12. What Happened To Writing?
  13. 13. So we have seen WHATwe are to do… let’s lookat how we do it.
  14. 14. Working with Vocabulary1. Explain2. Restate3. Show4. Discuss5. Refine and Reflect6. Application and Fun Building Background Knowledge, Robert Marzano Bringing Words to Life, Beck, McKeown, Kucan
  15. 15. All of the Read Aloud selections come fromfavorite children’s literature, essentialliterature selections and big books.The system accentuates students learning acontext for the words and not definitions.Two copies of each grade level will bedelivered to your school as a tool for you touse as they become available.
  16. 16. At your table are books andtemplates of lesson one.• Select words from a book.• Following the template, each table will be responsible for designing a set of lessons.• Report out to groups
  17. 17. Thank You Teach Words!!!! Keith Pruittkpruittwow@gmail.com Join us on facebook

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