Reflection: Lesson Planning Native American Petroglyphs - Vocabulary - Section 3: Vocabulary

 

These vocabulary cards can be used Not only for the match game that was mentioned in the lesson, but here are some additional ideas I have used for different lessons with these same type of word and definition cards. 

Find Your Missing Partner:

Pass out a word card or a definition card to each student.  They walk around and try to find their "missing partner."  If a student has a word card, they would need to find the matching definition card.  If a student has a definition card, they would be searching for the matching word card. Once all the missing partners have been found, the class verifies they are a match by having each student read the word and definition cards in pairs.

Vocabulary Game-board:

A generic game-board can be used to play this vocabulary game.  (You can also check out this link for one I created for a previous  HERE .)  Shuffle the cards and place them face down in a pile.  Each student in a small group takes turns drawing a card.  If it is a word card, the student needs to define the word.  If it is a definition card, the student needs to name the word.  If the student answers correctly, he or she rolls a die and moves his or her marker the correct number of spaces on the board.  If the student answers incorrectly, his or her turn ends and play moves on the next student.

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Native American Petroglyphs - Vocabulary

Unit 11: Native American Tribes of Utah
Lesson 12 of 22

Objective: SWBAT learn the vocabulary necessary to understand the text we will be reading for our close read.

Big Idea: We will be learning about petroglyphs and practicing the vocabulary words we will find in the reading of tomorrow's close read text "Vernal Area Rock Art" by Byron Loosle and Kelda Wilson

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English / Language Arts, Vocabulary, Social Studies, Writing, Writing Process, Native Americans, subject integration
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