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1 C ONCEPT A TTAINMENT John Hodson University of North Carolina at Charlotte

2 T ABLE OF C ONTENT Salient Points Phases of Concept Attainment Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Concept Attainment Example Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Impact on Student Achievement Contact

3 S ALIENT P OINTS FOR C ONCEPT A TTAINMENT S ALIENT P OINTS FOR C ONCEPT A TTAINMENT (W EBSITE ) Concept Attainment allows the learner to make sense of the information given by generating solutions and developing concepts. It is an indirect instructional strategy. Mostly student-centered. The teacher mostly supports or facilitates instruction.

4 P HASE O NE – P RESENTATION OF D ATA AND I DENTIFICATION OF T OPIC Present labeled examples to students Student compare and contrast examples Students form hypotheses and test hypotheses Students state their definition

5 P HASE T WO – T ESTING A TTAINMENT OF THE C ONCEPT Students place unlabeled examples into the correct category Teacher tells student essential attributes, and confirms hypothesis Students create their own examples

6 P HASE T HREE – A NALYSIS OF T HINKING S TRATEGIES Students describe thoughts on how they came to their decision. Evaluate

7 C ONCEPT A TTAINMENT E XAMPLE P HASE 1 YesNo

8 P LACE INTO Y ES OR N O – P HASE 2 Brown Rice Snickers bar Doritos Pear Milkshake Gummy Bears Whole wheat bread Grapes Fried Chicken

9 K INDERGARTEN H EALTHY L IVING – P HASE 2 Snickers bar Doritos Milkshake Gummy Bears Fried chicken Twix Soda Chips NoYes Brown Rice Milk Pear Mango Whole wheat bread Grapes Chicken

10 G ENERATE YOUR OWN EXAMPLES OF HEALTHY AND UNHEALTHY FOODS – P HASE 3

11 I MPACT ON S TUDENT A CHIEVEMENT Provides practice on Inductive Reasoning – reasoning from detailed facts to general principals All thinking abilities are challenged during lesson Students become aware of others perspectives Effective in learning concepts

12 C ONTACT I NFORMATION John Hodson Skype:john.hodson78 Phone: Press space bar to end show Click Here to End Show


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