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Vocabulary. How do we teach it. ?. Teaching Vocabulary. Definition-Based Approaches Context-Based Approaches Concept-Based ApproachesSemantic Mapping (Schirmer, 2000). Teaching Vocabulary. Definition-Based Approaches . Definition-Based Approach. Two Forms1st- Students are asked to look up definitions of a list of words in the dictionary, copy them, and write a sentence for each word.2nd- The teacher briefly discusses the meaning of new words in 15
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1. Teaching Vocabulary Meaning Through Semantic-Based Activities Designed by: Brenda Stephenson Mary Helen Gallien

2. Vocabulary How do we teach it

3. Teaching Vocabulary Definition-Based Approaches Context-Based Approaches Concept-Based Approaches Semantic Mapping (Schirmer, 2000)

4. Teaching Vocabulary Definition-Based Approaches

5. Definition-Based Approach Two Forms 1st- Students are asked to look up definitions of a list of words in the dictionary, copy them, and write a sentence for each word. 2nd- The teacher briefly discusses the meaning of new words in an upcoming reading selection. -Often followed by worksheets in which words and definitions are manipulated through crossword puzzles, columns to be matched by drawing a line from the word to its definition, or cloze procedures. -For D/HH students, opportunities to discuss word meanings provide a milieu for language development not only in the area of vocabulary but also in the areas of conversation and pragmatics. - HOWEVER?looking up the words and forming sentences can become tedious. Also, dictionary definitions are often written in complicated sentence structures that D/HH children have difficulty understanding. -Often followed by worksheets in which words and definitions are manipulated through crossword puzzles, columns to be matched by drawing a line from the word to its definition, or cloze procedures. -For D/HH students, opportunities to discuss word meanings provide a milieu for language development not only in the area of vocabulary but also in the areas of conversation and pragmatics. - HOWEVER?looking up the words and forming sentences can become tedious. Also, dictionary definitions are often written in complicated sentence structures that D/HH children have difficulty understanding.

6. Definition Related Technologies Many software programs have dictionaries and other reference tools built into them There are a variety of CD-based dictionaries including picture dictionaries and sign language dictionaries Dictionary and ESL websites are another option Cloze procedure (ex. ClozePro by Crick Software) and other vocabulary software programs (ex. Vocabulary Companion by VISIONS Inc.) can be used to present words in different contexts There are many programs and websites that allow teachers to create materials using their own word lists related to their curriculum ESL - English as a Second Language, ELL English Language Learners - there are many websites with wonderful learning activities for students to develop English vocabularyESL - English as a Second Language, ELL English Language Learners - there are many websites with wonderful learning activities for students to develop English vocabulary

7. Teaching Vocabulary Definition-Based Approaches Context-Based Approaches Concept-Based Approaches Semantic Mapping (Schirmer, 2000)

8. Teaching Vocabulary Context-Based Approaches

9. Context-Based Approach Youngsters ultimately need to encounter a word in context to develop a full sense of its meaning (Gipe, 1980; Gipe & Arnold, 1979). Guessing vocabulary from context is the most frequent way to discover the meaning of new words.

10. Context-Based Approach

11. Context-Based Strategy Technologies There are many commercially available educational software programs that focus on introducing vocabulary within passages (ex. Vocabulary Development by Optimum Resources) Many have pre-test to determine the appropriate level for students Many track student work done so teachers can print reports and keep data on progress Cloze Pro is a program that allows teachers to create Cloze activities Cloze Pro is by Crick SoftwareCloze Pro is by Crick Software

13. Teaching Vocabulary Definition-Based Approaches Context-Based Approaches Concept-Based Approaches Semantic Mapping (Schirmer, 2000)

14. Teaching Vocabulary Concept-Based Approaches

15. Concept-Based Approach from finding new relationships in old knowledge and from relating new information to old knowledge. (Schirmer, 2000)

16. Integration Methods Semantic Maps organize prior knowledge into formal relations provide a basis for understanding

17. Semantic Mapping Prereading Activity used to activate prior knowledge used to introduce key vocabulary words

18. Vocabulary development activities should?consider how a word fits into a student's semantic repertoire rather than how it is used in a particular context.? Semantically based activities relate the meaning to the child?s world. Semantic Mapping

19. Semantic Mapping The teacher writes a word that represents the key concept. The students are asked to think of words that relate to the key word. These words are grouped around the key word in categories. The teacher then presents new words and encourages a discussion about where these words might fit into the map. (Duffelmeyer & Banwart, 1993; Heimlich & Pittelman, 1986; Johnson, Pittelman, &Heimlich, 1986) Excellent for D/HH 1.) provides a visual display of the relationships between concepts in a key word. 2.) It involves intense discussion, which in turn encourages active thinking.Excellent for D/HH 1.) provides a visual display of the relationships between concepts in a key word. 2.) It involves intense discussion, which in turn encourages active thinking.

20. Semantic map for the solar system:

21. Concept-Based Strategy Technologies There are a variety of semantic mapping software programs, for example Inspiration The maps can be color-coded, shape-coded, and images can be added to further support students Visual Thesaurus is a web-based ?program? that links related words to each other as a semantic map Students can click on related words to more clearly understand meaning and relationships among concepts

23. Hands on Activity (Suggestion: Have students create a semantic map here?)

24. Word Maps A vocabulary word map is a visual organizer engages students with new terms helps students to think about new terms or concepts in several ways

25. The new term goes in the middle of the map. Students fill in the rest of the map with a definition, synonyms, antonyms, and a picture to help illustrate the new concept. The new term goes in the middle of the map. Students fill in the rest of the map with a definition, synonyms, antonyms, and a picture to help illustrate the new concept.

26. We must enhance our students? knowledge of: Words with Multiple Meanings Figurative Language Idiomatic Meaning of Words Denotation/Connotation

27. Multiple Meaning Video Clip Word of the Day clip

28. Multiple Meanings Run We will have to run to catch the plane. Does the pepper make your nose run? Don?t let the water run. The river will run into the ocean. I have a run in my hose. She will run for class president. How long will the school play run? He will run his father?s business. We run everyday.

29. Multiple Meanings Made I made my bed. I made money. My brother made me do that. The rain made the grass green. I made a present for you.

30. Multiple Meanings http://www.manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/elementary/palmasola/ps4mm2.htm http://www.quia.com/cb/29778.html (Jeopardy) Develop presentations (ex. PowerPoint) that have multiple meaning words in context Students can sign the words appropriately based on context or draw illustrations to demonstrate the meaning

31. Figurative Language Idiomatic expressions Chip off the old block. Similes She looks like an angel.

32. Idiomatic Meanings An idiom is an expression whose meaning is not compositional- that is, whose meaning does not follow from the meaning of the individual words of which it is composed. (Google) Interactive Website: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/6720

33. Denotation/Connotation Denotation (Concrete)- Literal meaning of the word? ?dictionary definition.? Connotation (Abstract)- Associations that are connected to a certain word or the emotional suggestions related to that word. The connotative meanings of a word exist together with the denotative meanings.

34. The Fairview Learning Program It provides direct access to ASL and opens a window for hearing and deaf people to begin to think and sign bilingually. (Fairview Learning Network) It is currently being used in 42 states www.fairviewlearning.net

35. The Fairview Learning Program The Bridge Lists English phrases requiring ASL translation for understanding. ?Down the street? requires multiple sign concepts, depending on the context. ?A ball was hit down the street? ?A man walked down the street.?

36. The Fairview Learning Program

37. The Fairview Learning Program Dolch words: commonly used words found in most basal readers Deaf children and hearing children do not learn Dolch words in the same way Adapted Dolch Words

38. Helpful Tips for Vocabulary Development: Promote Natural Growth in Meaning Vocabulary Promote Lifelong Vocabulary Learning through Indirect Vocabulary Instruction Promote Learning of Specific Words through Direct Vocabulary Instruction (Schirmer, 2000) Promote growth- Promote growth-

39. Additional Technologies to Assist with Vocabulary Development Image-to-Text programs can be used to develop vocabulary study cards or learning activities (ex. Picture It, Signing Exact English Interactive, etc.) Image-to-Text programs can be used to make ?rebus? passages with images matched with text (ex. The above and Clicker 5, Writing with Symbols) Many programs have settings for images to be shown or not so phrases rather than individual words can have a picture prompt or after a period of time the image can set not to show for specific words There are a variety of image-to-text programs by different publishers. Some include: BoardMaker and Writing with Symbols by Mayer-Johnson, Picture It and Pix Writer by Slater Software, Clicker 5 and Wordbar by Crick Software, Signing Exact English Interactive by Modern Signs Press.There are a variety of image-to-text programs by different publishers. Some include: BoardMaker and Writing with Symbols by Mayer-Johnson, Picture It and Pix Writer by Slater Software, Clicker 5 and Wordbar by Crick Software, Signing Exact English Interactive by Modern Signs Press.

41. Additional Technologies to Assist with Vocabulary Development Some software programs allow for the development of class or personal digital dictionaries (ex. Wordbar or Clicker 5 by Crick Software) Grids that contain cells with words or phrases are located below the word processing portion of the screen to assist students in selecting appropriate vocabulary Grids can be custom made related to units of study Students can develop their own grids as references for their subject areas Wordbar includes only text and Clicker can contain an image as well as text

42. Additional Technologies to Assist with Vocabulary Development Specialized sign videotapes and DVDs are available for free to deaf individuals and people who work with deaf/hh individuals Captioned Media Program PEPNet These videotapes can help students (and others) learn specialized vocabulary for content and career areas in both sign and English

43. Bibliography Easterbrooks, Susan R. & Baker, Sharon (2002). Language Learning in Children Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon Schirmer, Barbara, R. (2000). Language and Literacy Development in Children Who Are Deaf. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon http://www.manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/elementary/palmasola/ps4mm2.htm http://www.quia.com/cb/29778.html http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/6720 http://www.fairviewlearning.net/deaf-overview.php


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