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1 Chapter 6 Building Vocabulary This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: –any public performance or display including transmission of any image over a network; –preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; –any rental, lease, or lending of the program. © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.

2 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Chapter 6 Anticipation Guide

3 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 The Need for Vocabulary Instruction Higher-level Texts Use Challenging Vocabulary Need Increases as Students Progress

4 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Word Knowledge Tasks Learning to Read Known Words Learning New Meanings Learning New Words for Known Concepts Learning New Words for New Concepts Clarifying and Enriching Moving From Receptive to Expressive

5 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Seven Principles of Developing Vocabulary Building Experiential Background Relating Vocabulary to Background Building Relationships Developing Depth of Meaning Presenting Several Exposures Creating an Interest in Words Teaching Students How to Learn New Words

6 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Techniques for Teaching Words Graphic Organizers –Semantic maps –Pictorial maps and webs –Semantic feature analysis –Venn diagrams –Dramatizing Creating Memorable Events Determining Shades of Meaning Exploring Word Histories Enjoying Words Discovering Sesquipedalian Words Word of the Day

7 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Techniques for Teaching Words (Continued) Labeling Feature Comparison Word-building Reference Books Predicting Vocabulary Words Story Impressions Word Experts Word Sorts Vocabulary Self-Collection Strategy

8 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Techniques for Teaching Words (Continued) Wide Reading Reading to Students Speaking & Writing Using a Thesaurus Introducing New Words Selecting Words for Instruction Words for Reading

9 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Techniques for Teaching Words (Continued) Developing Vocabulary of English Language Learners –Need long-term intensive program –Provide translations –Build on knowledge –Extend word lists –Teach academic words

10 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 A Planned Program Direct Teaching Incidental Learning Balanced Blend

11 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Closing the Vocabulary Gap Disparity Between Vocabulary and Background –Easy to change: embed in program

12 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Teaching Special Features of Words Homophones Homographs Figurative Language Multiple Meanings

13 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Learning How to Learn Words Morphemic Analysis –Prefixes –Suffixes –Root Words

14 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Learning How to Learn Words Contextual Analysis –Explicit Explanation or Definition –Appositives –Synonyms –Function Indicators –Examples –Comparison-contrast –Classification –Experience

15 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Learning How to Learn Words Dictionary Usage –Using predictionaries –Using glossaries –Using dictionaries (by third grade) –English learner dictionaries

16 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Supplying Corrective Feedback Consider Options Applying Corrective Cues Hierarchy Using Prompts Using Think-Alouds

17 Copyright  Pearson Allyn & Bacon 2010 Tools for the Classroom Higher-Level Literacy –Build deeper understanding, connotations Help for Struggling Readers & Writers –Build self-concepts and vocabulary Review Essential Standards Assessment –Are skills and strategies used?


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