Entrance Task 3 These 23 words come from a definition describing what word?
Learning Outcome Promote interdisciplinary strategies and practices that enhance vocabulary development and support what we know about how the brain learns. 4
Daggett System for Effective Instruction Daggett, Daggett System for Effective Student Achievement
Teaching 1.Embrace rigorous & relevant expectations for all students 2.Build strong relationship with students 3.Possess depth of content knowledge and make it relevant to students 4.Facilitate rigorous and relevant instruction based on how students learn 5.Use assessments to guide and differentiate instruction 6.Demonstrate expertise in use of instructional strategies, technology, and best practices
How does the brain learn? 7 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.
10 Work collaboratively Offer hands-on opportunities Relate to real world Digest in purposeful chunks Search for meaning through patterns
Word Clouds Tagxedo.com
Which words do I teach?
Three Tiers of Vocabulary
Tier Two Words Not clear responsibility of a particular content area teacher... CCSS Appendix A
Tier Two Words Far less well defined by contextual clues... less likely to be defined explicitly within a text... CCSS Appendix A
Tier Two Words Frequently encountered in complex written texts... wide applicability to many sorts of reading... CCSS Appendix A
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. Sift, 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 numbersOperationsMiscellaneous naturalsubtractabsolute value wholemultiplycoordinates realsimplify compare Sift, Sort, and Summarize
THINK OF A WORD Vocabulary Development Lesson for Context Clues
Think of a Word When he heard about his friends death, he sent his ___________ to the family.
Think of a Word They kept a lookout for ___________ who might be prowling through the woods in search of loot.
Think of a Word The wooden slope was __________ - a vertical cliff – and hard to climb.
Think of a Word Unable to free themselves, they waited for rescuers to give them _________.
Deeper understanding of concepts Encourage analysis and synthesis List examples before you list characteristics CONCEPT DEFINITION ORGANIZER
Essential Question Research and Argument What is an effective leader?
adjective 1.adequate to accomplish a purpose; producing the intended or expected result: effective teaching methods; effective steps toward peace. effective
Weight Watchers Points System Tylenol PM Dictionary.com Phone App effectiveness Gets the job done. Works like I expect it to work. Works best if I use it the right way.
Weight Watchers Points System Tylenol PM Dictionary.com Phone App effectiveness Gets the job done. Works like I expect it to work. Works best if I use it the right way. measurement
5. New Definition
Weight Watchers Points System Tylenol PM Dictionary.com Phone App effectiveness Gets the job done. Works like I expect it to work. Works best if I use it the right way. measurement Effectiveness 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.
Esophagus = pushes things along in wavelike motion Rib Cage = anything that protects Feet= a journey Heart= expresses feeling, rhythm, or supplying Finger or Hands = Work that can be done collectively, as well as individually Liver = any kind of filter Spine = provides structure or support Stomach = processes or breaks down other things
The Coordinate Plane By: Stan Blackman Jay High School Lesson for Glencoe Algebra I Math Section 4-1 Algebra I Glencoe Mathematics 2004 The McGraw Hill Companies Inc.
Y-axis X-axis The four quadrants of the coordinate plane. Quadrant I Quadrant II Quadrant IV Quadrant III
Y-axis X-axis Origin Point (0,0)
The Ordered Pair (5,10) X- coordinate Y- coordinate
Y-axis X-axis Signs of the quadrants. (+,+) (+,-) (-,-) (-,+)
BUILDING CLASSROOM WORD WALLS Having a word wall is not the same thing as doing a word wall. Patricia Cunningham
Word Wall Workout C LASSIFY two words on the wall as elementary, two as middle school, and two as high school level words. 59
I Have... Who Has? How do we keep the words alive in our classroom?
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