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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

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  1. 1. Vocabulary Training Wilson County Teachers Keith Pruitt kpruittwow@gmail.com Words of Wisdom Join us on facebook www.woweducationalconsulting.com
  2. 2. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  3. 3. Explain • Putting words in terms students already know. How would you explain to students the word accomplish?
  4. 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. 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. 6. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  7. 7. Using Vocabulary Journals • Have students create journals • Words • Schema • Explanations • Reflections • Consultations
  8. 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. 12. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  13. 13. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  14. 14. Working With Vocabulary • Explain • Restate • Show • Discuss • Refine and Reflect • Apply and Learning Games Robert Marzano, Building Background Knowledge
  15. 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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