Vocabulary Builders Strategies that work. Teaching Academic Vocabulary Three Strategies: Word Games Graphic Organizers Kick Me! Activity

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  • Vocabulary Builders Strategies that work
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  • Teaching Academic Vocabulary Three Strategies: Word Games Graphic Organizers Kick Me! Activity
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  • Marzanos 6 Step Process:
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  • Example Sample Worksheet
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  • What is an Anchor Chart? An anchor chart is a hand-made poster or graphic representation that serves as a visual reminder of strategies, vocabulary, or other content that students have learned.
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  • Benefits of Anchor Charts Differentiated Learning Instruction Aids the visual learner Develop problem solving strategies and inquiry-based learning Reference Source Can be embedded into Math/Science/ELA/Social Studies journals Serves as a reference material for students English Language Learners : Helps ELL to become independent learners Supports ELL students in the development of Academic Vocabulary
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  • Math Anchor Charts
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  • Science Anchor Charts
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  • ELA Anchor Charts
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  • Social Studies Anchor Charts
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  • Kick Me!! Activity Rule #1 Nobody gets kicked during this activity!!!
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  • So what is it??? Named for the kick me sign prank, there is NO kicking involved. Students find answers to blanks on a worksheet by looking at the words that the teacher has put on students backs using labels. This encourages movement in the lesson thus increasing focus, engagement, and retention of information.
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  • The Rules : #2 When you have them all, sit on your desk so that others can still see your label. #1 Find the answers to your worksheet on the backs of your classmates. #3 There is no kicking in kick me.
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