THIS. IS. JEOPARDY. Your. With. Host. Bill Lewis. With Help From Gwynne Ash!. Big Historical Ideas. Before. During. Big Literacy Ideas. Text Structure. After. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400.
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Text structure that is set up to show the difference and similarities between concepts
Text structure that shows how one event has a direct relationship to another event
Text structure that guides students in seeing how particular conflicts are solved.
Text structure that basically presents a concept and that concept’s main attributes.
What the K and W represent in the KWL concept’s main attributes.
One of the things you MUST teach in order to facilitate student comprehension
The classroom area in which key vocabulary terms should be written and organized
The name of the strategy where a key concept is put at the center of the board and the students add related words on it.
An explanation of ERT (Not Just the Acronym) center of the board and the students add related words on it.
A handout that helps students to organize key textual information in a visual form
The type of thinking where students reflect on their understanding and comprehension and make changes if they are not.
The strategy understanding and comprehension and make changes if they are not.where students develop questions for the teacher during reading and then the teacher asks more inferential and evaluative questions in return
DAILY DOUBLE understanding and comprehension and make changes if they are not.
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The strategy which has students write symbols on text in order to monitor their own comprehension (makes students more reflective about their own understanding)
Two things that often get in the way of student comprehension during reading which serve as a reason to engage in pre-reading activities.
A strategy where students generate words for the letters of the alphabet as a way to reflect on their reading. (Can be used before AND after!)
A very simple strategy where students write a brief sentence or paragraph about what the reading is about
A graphic organizer that allows children to organize information about a CHARACTER in a pictorial way.
One of the biggest mistakes that can be made with the KWL in the After-Reading phase
A term for the natural and inevitable movement from one type of government into another.
According to Linda Monk, the “real” pledge of allegiance of government into another.
The importance of “We” of government into another.
The similarity between the Revolutionary War and the Constitutional Convention
The “Judicial Review” Case in the Marshall Court Constitutional Convention
Every teacher…what kind of teacher? Constitutional Convention
Children in poverty are often very far behind middle and upper class children in this key literacy element.
The three elements in the “Triangle of Meaning” upper class children in this key literacy element.
Describe a Frayer Model (What is it, when is it used) upper class children in this key literacy element.
The Final Jeopardy Category is: upper class children in this key literacy element.
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A type of vocabulary strategy (particularly good for review) which lists key vocabulary words or concepts and then allows for students to check certain listed attributes that each concept has.
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