Frayer Model (assessment)

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Frayer Model (assessment)

  1. 1. Welcome!I’m glad you are here today.
  2. 2. Frayer ModelDefinition Characteristics (your words) EarthExamples Nonexamples (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)
  3. 3. Frayer ModelDefinition Characteristics (your words) PolygonExamples Nonexamples (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)
  4. 4. Frayer Model • Closed • Simple (curve does notA simple, closed plane figure intersect itself) made up of three or more • Plane figure (2 dimensional) line segments. • Made up of three or more line segments • No dangling parts Polygon Examples Nonexamples • Rectangle • Circle • Triangle • Cone • Pentagon • Arrow (Ray) • Hexagon • Cube • Trapezoid • Letter A (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)
  5. 5. Frayer Model • Closed • Simple (curve does notA simple, closed plane figure intersect itself) made up of three or more • Plane figure (2 dimensional) line segments. • Made up of three or more line segments • No dangling parts Polygon Examples Nonexamples (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)
  6. 6. Frayer ModelDefinition Characteristics (your words) PhysicalExamples changes Nonexamples (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)
  7. 7. Definition Characteristics (your words) 5E InquiryExamples Lesson Nonexamples (Teaching Reading In Mathematics, 2nd Edition, p. 69)

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