# Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Concept Examples Non-Examples.

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Frayer Model Definition Characteristics Concept Examples Non-Examples

Five Step Problem Solving
1. Restate the problem or question: 2. Find the needed data: 3. Plan what to do: 4. Find the answer: 5. Check to see if your answer is correct:

Problem-Solution Chart Example
What Is The Problem?   What Are The Causes?      What Are Some Solutions?   What Are The Effects?

Venn Diagram Both

Anticipation Prediction Chart

Flow Chart Concept Main Idea/Category Main Idea/Category
Supporting Details

Window Panes

Plot Relationships Chart
Somebody: Wanted: But: So: Picture

Analyzing Biographies
Author Person Life-Span Barriers Achieve-ments

Character Analysis Character I Name: Trait: Evidence: Character II

Character Analysis Title/Event Who is the character or person and what is the character’s relationship to others? Name Relationship to others: What does the character look like? How does the character act? What was the problem and how was the problem solved? What was the problem the character faced? How was the problem solved? How did the character affect the outcome, mood and tone of the selection?

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Summarizing and Note Taking
Important Information Web or Representation Picture Representation Summary Statements:______________________________________ _________________________________________________________

Summarizing and Note Taking
Questions for Investigation Answers to Questions Picture Representation 1. 2. 3. Summary Statements:________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________

Identifying Similarities and Differences
Analogies A is to B as C is to D = A : B :: C : D is to Relationship:_______________________________________ as is to Analogies A is to B as C is to D = A : B :: C : D is to Relationship:_______________________________________ as is to

Metaphors ___________________ is ____________________
Element #1 Another Way to Say It Element #2 Element #1 Literal Pattern #1 Abstract Literal Pattern #2 Element #2 Metaphors

Sequence of Events - Timeline
_________________________________ Notes:_________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________

Cause and Effect Effect Cause Effect Cause Cause Effect Cause Effect

Author’s Purpose Inform – This text informed me about …
This text wanted me to understand, learn about or be able to: Influence – This text influenced me to … This text wanted to convince me to, or persuade me that: Express – This text expressed to me that … This text wanted to show me that, or make me think about: Entertain – This text entertained me by … This text wanted to make me feel like I was… Because the author of the text is… He/She is probably presenting to me information that… An expert, teaching me. Is relevant or useful. A salesman, persuading me, convincing me. Makes me think a certain way, or to do or buy something. Making a point, wanting me to think about something. Makes a point or gets me to think about something. A storyteller. Makes me want to turn the page to see what happens next.

Clues, Inferences and Predictions

Inference Chart and yield and yield and yield What I know from reading
Or experience Details from the story My inference and yield and yield and yield

Context Builder In this sentence The word The word The word
Helped me understand that the word means New sentence: _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________

Fact and Opinion Facts that support opinion Opinion Expressed

Drawing Conclusions Title: _______________________________________________________________ Facts overtly stated Facts NOT overtly stated (Inferred) Conclusions Drawn ___________________________________________________________________

Observation Chart Description of overall impression
First hand observation or quotes from text that support impression Effect on style, tone and mood Visual Details Sounds Smells Tastes Tastes/Texture Other Features

Summarize and Paraphrase
Use direct quotes from the text when possible. Who? What? When? Where? How? Why? Summarize or Paraphrase

Story/Event Analysis Title/Event:
Where does the story take place? When does the story take place? Details that tell where the story takes place. Details that tell when the story takes place. How does the setting affect the outcome, mood and tone of the story?

Story Boards Introductory Event Rising Action Climactic Event
Final Result Summarize: _________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Conclusion Drawn: ___________________________________________________________________________

Subject Analysis Subject: Circle One:
Significant Events Outcomes Influenced Was Influenced By Impacts An Example of Which Is Reflects Is Important Because Other:_______________ Details: Details: Details: Summary Of or Conclusion Drawn: _________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________

Word Diagram Word: Prefix Root Word Suffix
Sentence with word underlined Meaning of the word: Picture of the word Synonym: (same as) Antonym: (opposite) Other meanings:

Problem and Solution What is the problem? Consequence
What is a possible solution? What is another possible solution? Which solution has the best chance of succeeding? Result Result Result Result

Problem Solution Chart
Problem or Situation: Possible Solution Possible Solution Possible Solution Probable Outcome Probable Outcome Probable Outcome PRO CON PRO CON PRO CON Best Solution: _______________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Narrative Frame for: When and where did the story take place?
Who are the main characters and what distinguishes them from the others? When and where did the story take place? What were the circumstances? What prompted the action in the story? How did the characters express their feelings? What did the main characters decide to do? Did they set a goal, and, if so, what was it? How did the main characters try to accomplish their goal (s)? What were the consequences?

Topic-Restriction-Illustration Frame
T – What is the general statement or topic? R – What information narrows or restricts the general statement or topic? I – What examples illustrate the topic or restriction?

Definition Frame What is being defined?
To which general category does the item belong? What characteristics separate the item from other things in the general category? What are some different types or classes of the item being defined?

Argumentation Frame What information is presented that leads to a claim? What is the basic statement or claim that is the focus of the information? What examples of explanations are presented to support this claim? What concessions are made about the claim?

Conversation Frame How did the members of the conversation greet each other? What question or topic was insinuated, revealed, or referred to? How did their discussion progress? Did either person state facts? State facts. Did either person make a request of the other? State request. Did either person threaten specific consequences if a demand was not met? State consequence. Did either person indicate that he/she valued something that the other had done? State valued action. How did the conversation conclude?

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