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Introduction Unit 7A
Write down all the responses that come to mind in the order in which they occur… NAME THE 7 DWARFS
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I know it… I can’t retrieve it!
Remembered the names correctly that end in –y? Sound alike Start with same letter Meaning
Pick out the 7 Dwarfs from this list Grouchy DroopyPop Gabby DopeyGrumpy Fearful SniffyBashful Sleepy WishfulCheerful Smiley PuffyTeach Jumpy DumpyShorty Hopeful SneezyNifty Shy LazyHappy Doc WheezyStubby
Recall: Two steps Generation of possible options Identification of correct options Recognition: One step Identification of correct options Which one is “easier”?
Can you name the Seven Dwarfs?. Difficulty of Task Was the exercise easy or difficult? What does it depend on?
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Name the Seven Dwarves Take out a piece of paper.
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Please prepare to take notes!. Grouchy, Gabby, Fearful, Sleepy, Smiley, Jumpy, Hopeful, Horney, Shy, Droopy, Dopey, Sniffy, Wishful, Puffy, Dumpy, Sneezy,
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Take out a piece of paper….. Name the seven dwarves….. Now name them…..
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TYPE YOUR STORY TITLE HERE Type your name here PUT A PICTURE HERE.
Retrieval How do we recall the information we thought we remembered? Lets Jog Our Memory!!!!!!!
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