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unique ways to use paper to differentiate instruction fabricate fabulous foldables for all

Unique Ways to Use Paper to Differentiate Instruction:Fabricate Fabulous Foldables™ For All!

Source: http://foldables.wikispaces.com/

November 2010

Techknowledgy

foldables
Foldables

What are Foldables™?

Foldables are multi-dimensional graphic organizers

that can be used at any level with any subject and

are a great tool for differentiating lessons

  • Engaging and interactive
  • Promote student ownership
  • Limitless application

Information from Teachers Resource Book-Foldables by Dinah Zikes

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Foldables

Why do we use foldables?

  • To introduce a new lesson
  • As an organizer
  • To differentiate instruction among students
  • Student made study guide
  • Alternative assessment

Source: http://mysciencelessons.blogspot.com/2009/07/vocabulary-foldable.html

differentiation
differentiation
  • Use the template to create a model
  • Foldable activities can be scaffolded:
    • Foldables can be an independent assignment with a rubric
    • Students can fill in their own template via word processor or handwriting
    • Students can create their own graphics via pictures, clip art or drawing
    • Pre-created foldables can be provided for students to assemble
    • Assembled foldables can be provided for students to manipulate
research
Research
  • Foldables™ are a promising alternative to the traditional method of Lecture/Worksheet.
  • Using Foldables™ significantly improved students' attitudes toward the activity
  • Teachers indicated that students were applying the Foldables™ across the curriculum
  • “The students were excited and motivated”
  • All comments received from both teachers and students regarding the use of Foldables™ were highly positive

Casteel, D.B. & Narkawicz, M.G. (2007) Effectiveness of Foldables™ Versus Lecture/Worksheet In Teaching Social Studies In Third Grade Classrooms

strategies
STRATEGIES

Use for:

  • Analyzing similarities and differences
  • Summarizing and taking notes
  • Organizing information
    • into
    • through
    • beyond
  • Background knowledge/vocabulary
  • Sequencing
storage
Storage

Turn one-gallon freezer bags into student portfolios and storage containers

  • Cut the bottom corners off each bag so they won’t hold air and will stack and store easily.
  • Write student names across the top of the plastic portfolios with a permanent marker and cover the writing with two-inch clear tape to keep it from wearing off.
  • Place a piece of cardboard inside each portfolio to give it strength and to act as a divider.
  • Store Foldables in a giant laundry soap box.
  • Students can carry their portfolios in a three-ring binder if you place a strip of two-inch clear tape along one side and punch three holes through the taped edge.
  • Fasten Foldables with Velcro so that they can be flattened and stored easily.
terminolgy
TERMINOLGY
  • Landscape
  • Portrait
  • Hamburger
  • Mountain
  • Valley
  • Taco
  • Hot dog
  • Shutter
  • Trifold
getting started
GETTING STARTED

Source:

Sandra Morrissette and Lori Livesay

Fairfax Co. Public Schools

2 tabbed flap book
2-Tabbed/Flap Book

Source:

Sandra Morrissette and Lori Livesay

Fairfax Co. Public Schools

three quarter book
Three Quarter book

Source: http://www.sblceastconn.org/projects/getreal.htm

bound book
BOUND BOOK

Source: http://www.sblceastconn.org/projects/getreal.htm

accordian stretch book
Accordian/Stretch Book
  • Uses: Summarization, explanation of subtopics on a subject- a great way to display a PowerPoint presentation in print
  • Curriculum Examples: Book reports, character studies, processes & cycles, narratives, historical reports, differentiating between concepts, etc.
print cut and fold
Print, Cut, and Fold

Source: http://printcutfold.com/books.html

fan deck
Fan Deck
  • Uses: Vocabulary, multiple concepts, reviewing key terms, sequencing
  • Curriculum Examples: Famous Explorers, Lab Equipment Identification, Math Equations, Ionic Charges, Parts of Speech, All About Me
study cards
Study Cards
  • Uses: Matching, identification, summarizing, sequencing, vocabulary
  • Curriculum Examples: Identifying beginning sounds, matching parts of speech to unique words, vocabulary matching of science terms, sequencing events leading to Civil War, All About Me
diorama
Diorama
  • Uses: Summarization, perspectives, analysis, quick facts, descriptions
  • Curriculum Examples: Character analysis, poetry, figurative language, animal facts, biographical display of historical figures.
clue square
Clue Square
  • Uses: Analysis, quick facts, descriptions
  • Curriculum Examples: Historical figure, character from a book, a particular number or geometric shape, battle of a particular war, a specific dinosaur, an invention, etc.
towers bookmark
Towers/bookmark
  • Uses: Explain a concept or display information in four distinguishable sections, summarization, quick fact lists, reading response
  • Curriculum Examples: Biographies, steps of mitosis, steps to solving word problems, presidents, court cases, etc.
circle book
Circle book
  • Uses: Explain a concept or display information in four distinguishable sections, summarization
  • Curriculum Examples: Book reports, animal reports, steps of digestion, pre-writing, etc.
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tips
  • View as thumbnail for easy locating
  • “Save as” after opening template or it disappears from the “group” folder
  • Copy rather than drag to your folder
references
References:
  • Please see References and Resources document