Reflection: Classroom Setup Vocabulary Routine - Section 2: Introduction

 

Doing this introduction is crucial; if I don't do this introduction well, my students might begin the process confused and may not be as excited as they should be!  I really take it upon myself here to MAKE SURE my students are on board with me, are paying attention and are really engaged in the process!  If students don't seem to be engaged or aren't understanding the process, I make sure to go back through and re-teach this introduction.  And, even after this lesson has been taught the first time, I love to go back through the introduction a few more times.  I really feel it is important to establish a solid foundation for vocabulary and for how I expect my students to engage with it throughout the year!

  This introduction is crucial!
  Classroom Setup: This introduction is crucial!
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Vocabulary Routine

Unit 2: Meeting Speaking and Listening Standards
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT use words and phrases acquired through conversations, reading and being read to and identify real-life connections between words and their use .

Big Idea: Kindergarteners take ownership of the JUICY words they learn by hearing them, practicing them, and checking them.

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