Type them on the backchannel! http://todaysmeet.com/LPPD Quizzzzzzz 1 2 3 4 5 5 1 2 3 4 5 Adapted from Dale, Rasband, Ross, Gardner, & Cunningham, 2004 0-5 minutes 5-10 minutes 10-15 minutes 15-20 minutes 20-25 minutes more 0-5 minutes 5-10 minutes 10-15 minutes 15-20 minutes 20-25 minutes more How do you teach vocabulary? Discuss your response to this question within your group. Choose a group leader and record your responses on an index card. Group leader should be prepared to share with everyone. Margarita Calderón, Ph.D. is a Johns Hopkins University Professor Emerita and Senior Research Scientist For formal discourse between teacherstudent and student-student interaction around standards/goals. For text comprehension. For formal writing. For success in tests. For academic and economic status. (Calderón, in press) ExC-ELL: Expediting Comprehension for English Language Learners •ExC-ELL—a research-based and evidence-based instruction for adolescent literacy, language, and domain knowledge development. Tier 1 : Everyday words, social, instructional Tier 2 : Tier 2 words nest academic content through transition Words, Connectors, Causation, Time Sequencing, Predictions. Polysemous Words Tier 3 : Content Specific Language Tier 2 words nest academic content through transition Words, Connectors, Causation, Time Sequencing, Predictions. Some examples: Cause & Effect -- because, due to, as a result, since, for this reason, therefore, in order to, so that, thus… Contrast -- or, but, although, however, in contrast, nevertheless, on the other hand, while… Addition or Comparison -- and, also, as well as, in addition, likewise, moreover, by the way… Giving examples -- for example, for instance, in particular, such as… Tier 2 words can also include polysemous words across academic content areas: solution table divide prime round trunk state power cell right radical leg left STEP 1 SELECT VOCABULARY TO PRE-TEACH BEFORE PRESENTING CONTENT, TEACHER READ ALOUD, OR STUDENT READING OF ANY TEXT. STEP 2 TEACH VOCABULARY USING 7 STEPS WITH AMPLE STUDENT INTERACTION. STEP 3 STUDENTS READ, DISCUSS, AND WRITE USING NEW VOCABULARY • At your table, determine what tier you think the words would fall into. • Use the tiering guideline at your table to assist you in placing them in the proper tier. • Never fear...be prepared to share! One gray winter day the elderly queen summoned all her grandchildren to the castle. “I have been fortunate to have lived a long life,” she said. “But in time your generation will rule the country. You must work persistently to help the people and take care of the land. “We will always work hard,” the children replied. “You must also be faithful to your brothers and sisters, no matter what,” the queen said. Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Simple Words Process, Idioms, Sophisticated Content Words, Key vocabulary wish rule summoned gray take care fortunate queen replied generation castle no matter what persistently elderly faithful • Read the story at your table and underline words or phrases you "think" an 5th grade student might have difficulty understanding. • Focus on words that would be specific to their comprehension (understanding) of the story. From one day to the next, weather can have a big effect on your life. When it rains, you have to stay indoors or carry an umbrella. When it's cold, you have to bundle up. Over the course of hundreds, thousands, and millions of years, weather trends affect life on Earth in more dramatic ways. Ice ages or long droughts, for example, can wipe out certain types of plants and animals. Although many species manage to survive such extreme, long-term climate shifts, their living conditions also change. Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 1.Teacher says the word. 2.Teacher asks students to repeat the word 3 times. (can be done in a funny voice, a character voice, with inflection, facial expressions, gestures, etc...) 3.Teacher states the word in context from the text. 4.Teacher provides the dictionary definition(s). 5.Teacher explains meaning with student-friendly definitions. 6.Engages students in activities to develop word/concept knowledge. 7.Teacher highlights grammar, spelling, polysemy, etc. Example with ExC-ELL Template • Turn and Talk • Any thought provoking questions??? • 3-2-1: 3 things you learned, 2 things you still want to know, 1 question you still have • Video: No matter how small...words touch us all.