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Building Academic Vocabulary.

Building Academic Vocabulary. Students give a description, explanation, or
example of the new term in his/her own words. Using an observation
checklist, feedback is provided with regards to accuracy in description,
explanation, or example given. Students then draw a picture, create a
symbol, or locate a graphic to represent the new term. In small groups,
students share their picture, symbol, or graphic during a game a charades
with their group.

procedure

Building Academic Vocabulary. Dr. Robert Marzano describes a six-step
process in the instruction of vocabulary.  The first three steps are to assist the
teacher in direct instruction.  The last three steps are to provide the learner
with opportunities to practice skills and reinforce their learning. (Marzano,
2005).
1.   The teacher gives a description, explanation, or example of the new
term.
2.  The teacher asks the learner to give a description, explanation, or
example of the new term in his/her own words.
3.  The teacher asks the learner to draw a picture or symbol, or to locate
a graphic to represent the new term.
4.  The learner will participate in activities that encourage a deeper
understanding of the words in their vocabulary notebooks (graphic
organizer).
5.  The learner will discuss the term with other learners.
6.  The learner will participate in games that provide more reinforcement
of the new term

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