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A Coal Miner's Bride - Vocabulary Activities

Page history last edited by Steffanie Bristow 9 years, 6 months ago

Introducing Vocabulary based on Dr. Robert Marzano's Six Steps

 

1. The teacher will describe the word in language the student understands

 

2. The learner will explain the term in his own words

 

3. The learner will connect the new term with an image

 

4. The learner will participate in activities that provide more knowledge of the words.

 

5. The learner will interact with other learners using the words.

 

6. The learner will participate in games that provide more reinforcement of the new term.

 


 

 

 

 

References:

Bartoletti, S. (2000) A Coal Miner's Bride The Diary of Anetka Kaminska.  New York, NY. Scholastic Inc.

LaRock, V. (2007) Research Based Vocabulary Instruction: So Many Words - So Little Time.  National Center for Reading First Technical Assistance. RMC Research Corporation.  Washington Reading First.

Vocabulary Frame: http://pcboe.net/les/elderweb/Vocabulary%20page/VocabFrame.pdf 

Word Web: http://www.weeklyreader.com/wys/graphicPDF/wordweb.pdf)

 

 

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Comments (3)

Betsy Brokaw said

at 12:25 am on Feb 26, 2011

Maybe add "her" also to step 2

Betsy Brokaw said

at 12:35 am on Feb 26, 2011

Your Children's Literature link does not take you back to the correct page.

mary eggebraaten said

at 8:36 pm on Feb 27, 2011

Stef- I think you did a lot of great work here. All the links for the documents worked for me. The link back to the page needs to be put in on one of them. You have all of the Marzano steps. I am still a little confused by all the steps, but I think your activities line up with what I understand. The page is easy to use. I do not know, but I wonder if there is a way to have all of the documents listed on the side in case you did not want to click through them all? Just a thought, it does look great!

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