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Write the vocabulary words for the day’s lesson on the board or overhead. 2. Discuss the meanings of each of the words and allow several students to share sample sentences using the words correctly. ) before students are allowed to share. 3. Distribute 3 to 5 counters/markers to each student. 4. Place students in groups of three to five. 5. Provide students with the following rules: • Every time a student defines a vocabulary word or says a sentence with one of the vocabulary words in it, he or she gives away a marker or counter.
Allow students to draw their own picture or symbol next to the words that are difficult for them. As the students use the words in sentences, instruct them to cross the words off their lists. Circulate around the room to help struggling students with their sentences. SEP 50249 (i3423)—Strategies for Teaching Mathematics English Language Learners Provide each student with a list of the vocabulary words and corresponding pictures. As the students use the words in sentences, instruct them to cross the words off their lists.
Students need to be respectful and listen to the vocabulary sentences from all of their classmates. 6. Allow students time to share sentences within their groups until all students have “spent” their counters. ) Differentiation 54 Above-Level Learners Below-Level Learners Challenge students to use more than one word in each sentence. If they can do this correctly, allow them to give away two counters during that turn. Provide students with a list of the vocabulary words. Allow students to draw their own picture or symbol next to the words that are difficult for them.