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Concept Card Word What it is (student’s own words) Picture Examples What it is not (meaningful to student) Connections to time and place
Term: ______ Date: _____ My Understanding: 1 2 3 4 Date: _____ My Understanding: 1 2 3 4 Description: ____________________________________________________________ Draw: Adapted from Building Academic Vocabulary: Teacher’s Manual (Marzano)
Term Or Phrase What I already know What I am Learning My Picture/Image What it is not My explanation Extending My Understanding : as :
DEFINITION WORD CHART Word Examples Non-examples Definition © MRL Category or Cluster Critical Attributes Symbol or Picture
What is it? What are some examples? (Schwartz and Raphael, 1985) Concept Map What is it like?
What it is NOT What is it? What are some examples? Concept Map What is it like?
Identifying Similarities and Differences
Concept Circles Vacca & Vacca, 1999
Frayer Model Definition (in own words) Examples Frayer, D. , Frederick, W. C. , and Klausmeier, H. J. (1969) Characteristics Non-Examples
Frayer Model Essential Characteristics Non-Essential Characteristics Examples Frayer, D. , Frederick, W. C. , and Klausmeier, H. J. (1969) Non-Examples Symbol or Picture
A and B are similar because they both ________________ A and B are different because A is __________, but B is ___________. A is _____, but B is ______. © MRL
Venn Diagram With Sentence Stems TOPIC: _______ Characteristic: _________ Item_________ and ______ are similar because they both _______ and _____ are different because ______ is ______ but _____ is _______. © MRL
Double Bubble 16 David Hyerle
For characteristics 1, Item 1 and Item 2 and are mainly similar. They both……
Create Your Own! as ______________________ David Hyerle
Abstract Reasoning Specific/Literal General Pattern Something that is similar How is it similar?