3Entrance TaskThese 23 words come from a definition describing what word?
4Learning OutcomePromote interdisciplinary strategies and practices that enhance vocabulary development and support what we know about how the brain learns.
5Daggett System for Effective Instruction Daggett, Daggett System for Effective Student Achievement
6Teaching Embrace rigorous & relevant expectations for all students Build strong relationship with studentsPossess depth of content knowledge and make it relevant to studentsFacilitate rigorous and relevant instruction based on how students learnUse assessments to guide and differentiate instructionDemonstrate expertise in use of instructional strategies, technology, and best practices
7How does the brain learn? The human brain has the ability to generate new brain cells. Your brain, therefore, has plasticity and the ability to be shaped by environment at any age.
8Factors for Enriched Environment SocializationPhysical ActivityMental StimulationNutritionSpirituality
9Factors for Enriched Environment SocializationPhysical ActivityMental StimulationNutritionSpirituality
10Work collaborativelyOffer hands-on opportunitiesRelate to real worldDigest in purposeful chunksSearch for meaning through patterns
17Three Tiers of Vocabulary Academic; portableEvery day; rarely require instruction
18Three Tiers of Vocabulary evaluate, componentclock, doctor, happy
19Three Tiers of Vocabulary Domain-specificGeneral AcademicEvery day; rarely require instruction
20Three Tiers of Vocabulary evaluate, componentclock, doctor, happyonomatopoeia
21Tier Two Words General Academic Not clear responsibility of a particular content area teacher . . .CCSS Appendix AGeneral Academic
22Tier Two Words General Academic Far less well defined by contextual clues. . . less likely to be defined explicitly within a text . . .CCSS Appendix AGeneral Academic
23Tier Two Words General Academic Frequently encountered in complex written texts wide applicability to many sorts of reading. . .CCSS Appendix AGeneral Academic
24Sift, Sort, and Summarize Work with your team to SORT the words into 3 categories.A.Everybody on our team knows what this word means.B.At least one person on our team knows what this word means.C.Nobody on our team knows what this word means.
25Sift, Sort, and Summarize Put words in Group C to the side. Re-sort words in Groups A & B based on meaning.Limit sorts to 3-5 categories.Label each category with a sticky note.Types of numbersOperationsMiscellaneousnaturalsubtractabsolute valuewholemultiplycoordinatesrealsimplifycompare
26Vocabulary Development Lesson for Context Clues THINK OF A WORDVocabulary Development Lesson for Context Clues
27Think of a WordWhen he heard about his friend’s death, he sent his ___________ to the family.
28Think of a WordThey kept a lookout for ___________ who might be prowling through the woods in search of loot.
29Think of a WordThe wooden slope was __________ - a vertical cliff – and hard to climb.
30Think of a WordUnable to free themselves, they waited for rescuers to give them _________.
31CONCEPT DEFINITION ORGANIZER Deeper understanding of conceptsEncourage analysis and synthesisList examples before you list characteristics
32Essential Question Research and Argument What is an effective leader?
33effectiveadjectiveadequate to accomplish a purpose; producing the intended or expected result: effective teaching methods; effective steps toward peace.
44measurement effectiveness Gets the job done.Works like I expect it to work.effectivenessWorks best if I use it the right way.Weight Watchers Points SystemDictionary.comPhone AppTylenolPMEffectiveness is a measurement to determine how well something or someone gets the job done, with the understanding that it will work like you expect it to work if you use it the right way.
51Heart= expresses feeling, rhythm, or supplying Finger or Hands = Work that can be done collectively, as well as individuallyRib Cage = anything that protectsStomach = processes or breaks down other thingsEsophagus = pushes things along in wavelike motionLiver =any kind of filterFeet=a journeySpine = provides structure or support
52Lesson for Glencoe Algebra I Math Section 4-1 The Coordinate PlaneBy: Stan BlackmanJay High SchoolLesson for Glencoe Algebra I MathSection 4-1Algebra I Glencoe Mathematics 2004The McGraw Hill Companies Inc.
53Y-axis X-axis Quadrant Quadrant II I Quadrant Quadrant III IV The four quadrants of the coordinate plane.
62How do we keep the words alive in our classroom? CharadesWORDOTaboo!PyramidI Have. . . Who Has?
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