Word Splash Demo - HK

Word Splash Demo - HK - Houses destroyed data How did Word...

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Houses  destroyed  data
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How did Word Splash enhance your comprehension experience?
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This strategy provides an Intellectual Hook. Students are motivated to read the selected readings when they have background knowledge about the topic and understand the vocabulary and concepts.
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Word Splash is a strategy to activate prior knowledge and gain content knowledge before assigned readings.
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- Schema Theory – this strategy activates prior  knowledge will helps students to gain  comprehension.    - Principles of Content Area Literacy 1. Background knowledge 2. Active reading, listening and learning 3. Discussion and instructional conversations 4. Writing and learning
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PowerPoint with SPLASH Video Paper and writing utensils for students to write their narratives
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1. Select 7-20 content terms, such as people, or phrases from a reading, chapter of textbook, an article, etc. .. Be sure to include not only similar words that will indicate the subject of
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