Vocabulary graphic organizer
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The Frayer Model is something that we discussed in class and is said to be one of the most effective ways for teaching ELL students. It allows the students to define the word, explain the word, then give examples of the definitions and give examples of things that are not a part of the definition. This is helpful for ELL students because it gives them multiple options for remembering a definition.
use a sentence strip and make a hat for each student. then use VELCRO to attach to sentence strip. then use the other velcro to attach to the vocabulary word!!! done. use the $1 file folders from target to store words for next year :)
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The Frayer Model is a vocabulary graphic organizer that can be used with all students. This is particularly helpful for ELL students because of the "non-example" section. Seeing if students are able to come up with non-examples of a word is a good assessment of how well they understand the word's meaning. This can be used with students of any age, and it can be modified so that students draw examples/non-examples instead of writing if they have limited English proficiency.
its simple concise and students information about a concept is in one clear spot...
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The Frayer and I have had a love-hate relationship. The hate part happened when I taught summer school and had to make 2-4 chart sized demonstration models on a daily basis. I hate charts. My handwriting is not the best and I'm left handed. So, despite my best efforts I often smear everything. Plus, we had to move through them so quickly that the kids barely had time to get everything down - let alone remember and understand it. That being said, I think they're a great way to investigate vocabulary - particularly in math. I always loved the part about non-examples. I know that some people really hate the non-example section and find it frustrating to include something that doesn't explain as part of an explanation. But for me, it has always been a helpful tool - a kind of "show me what NOT to do." In the past I've included Frayer models when introducing prime and composite numbers. But this year, as I planned the lesson for those concepts I thought about whether or not I could make the Frayer into a Foldable® to make it more interactive. And when I looked at it, at first I thought - 4 door shutterfold. Then I had a better idea - an envelope fold with the middle cut out to show the word. You need to start with a square piece of paper. I would suggest folding it into quarters first (although you really don't have to). Then you fold each corner into the center. The kids will recognize this because it's the first step in making "fortune tellers." After you fold all of the corners in - unfold them and then refold the papers into quarters. If you snip off the loose corners, when you fold it back into the envelope it will leave a space in the middle that is perfect for your vocabulary word. Then each of the four triangles become places to put: definition, characteristics, examples, and non-examples. So, today our Frayers were Foldables®. And I have to say that the students were much less reluctant about it then when I've done simply the models in the past. What I really like is that doing the model this way gives space to go back and add more ideas as needed. I have a feeling that these Foldable® math Frayers may be making a debut in Language Arts in my class sometime soon perhaps as part of our spelling and vocabulary...hmmm....something to think about.
Day 8: Foldable® Frayers for Math Vocabulary
Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
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Vocabulary Graphic Organizer: A way for students to explore vocabulary words. Similar to the "four square" organizers, but slightly more involved, with more opportunities to learn about the word.
Vocabulary Graphic organizer- I think I will tweak this into something that students can use in their interactive notebook
Vocabulary Graphic Organizer. Can help students see their vocabulary words in different ways.
Vocabulary Graphic Organizer choose 1 spelling word and complete chart?
Vocabulary idea-Great graphic organizer
Daily spelling word map- good idea
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Interesting vocabulary worksheet...could be a useful option
Using this soon! I've been dying for new vocab ideas!
Graphic organizer to use with vocabulary words.
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