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Shades of Meaning: A Cooperative Vocabulary & Language Center {Common Core}

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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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I created this 21st century vocabulary center to give my students a meaningful opportunity to work independently with others in a cooperative, collaborative and critical thinking setting, without me to work on and increase vocabulary and language. Students practice the 21st century skill of empathy while they follow "agreed upon rules of discussion" to evaluate and justify 8 synonyms and sometimes antonyms and all the shades of meaning in between, to agree on word meaning and "shaded" order...ranking words in order from "Most of to Least of." Please check out the Product Preview with classroom photos to give a glimpse into what this center looks like and sounds like. Students love this center because they are standing up, moving and staying engaged in conversation. This is a hands-on group center and may be done standing up using a pocket chart or sitting down at a table or on the floor.

There are 38 center sets included in this product to last for 38 weeks--all year. Each set includes 8 word cards, a header word card, a footer word card, an a recording sheet.

My Common Core Rules for Discussion product, would lend nicely to this center to explicitly teach student "how" to communicate with each other at this center.

Standards addressed in this center are L.5 (Language) and SL.1 (Speaking and Listening) in addition to the Common Core shifts of vocabulary development and word knowledge combined with the 21st century skills of critical thinking, communication and collaboration.

In addition, research shows that vocabulary is also related to mental processes and skills that affect students' overall academic achievement. Stahl & Stahl (2012) explained that "children's ability to name things establishes their ability to form categories" (p.72). For example, a student who learns the word shake can subsequently attach other words and concepts to it, such as shiver, vibrate, wiggle, flutter, jitter and so on. As students develop more complex categorization systems for words, they are better able to summarize. (Kintsch, 1998) - Marzano.

If you're interested, click HERE to watch a short video of a 3rd grade group doing it.

If you're looking for another high quality, high thinking, cooperative, collaborative, text-based, vocabulary center, check out my Picture of the Day product, Describing & Inferring Key Details with Picture of the Day: Reading Photos Closely.

Thank You!
Jen Jones-Hello Literacy
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122
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Teaching Duration
1 Year

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On  February 3, 2014,  Joline B K. said:
This resource has been a great addition to my ELA workstations. My students have begun using more interesting words in their writing!
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That is awesome news! Very cool. Thanks for sharing...Jen
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I am in love with this resource. My students can easily stay engaged for long periods of time and it encourages them to strongly articulate and defend their opinions. It's great to have such a low prep center that I can see working.
On  February 1, 2014Hello Literacy answered:
Absolutely, I agree with everything you said, 100%. I love your feedback and will use it next time I promote this product on my blog...your comment is awesome, explicit and articulate!
Thank you!
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Looking forward to using this. I have several of your products and love them all. Would love to see more products for grades 3-5
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Thanks! I actually am planning more 3-5 products in 2014. Thanks, Jen
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Another wonderful resource from Hello Literacy that I recommend. I am really enjoying the conversations that my students are having as they discuss the words and then justify their decisions! Outstanding!
On  December 28, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
Thank you so much! I appreciate your feedback and kind words. Jen ❤️
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I have been using this center with my gifted students and they LOVE it. I love how it makes them think so critically and they really appreciate the challenge. :) Awesome product!
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Awesome! I love to hear that follow-up feedback! So glad your students are enjoying the learning! Thank you for your purchase and your positive feedback.
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Awesome! Is there anyway to view your video link?
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Great. Yes, here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwp2jXzkg34
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Just started using this product with my year 6 kids as part of my guided reading programme. Have been looking for something exactly like this. In Australia, the new Australian Curriculum for Year 6 actually specifies teaching "Shades of meaning" and the discussions we have had together have been awesome. Love it. Such a great resource. Thank you! Highly recommend this resource.
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Needing help with building vocabulary in a meaningful way and this is perfect! Thank you!
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Finally...something that explains this standard!
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My students love this as a center! It challenges their thinking...especially when they are discussing it together! Thanks!
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I love the format! I'm actually using it with my sons (2nd and 4th) for some extra practice with this skill at home. Thank you! Awesome as usual. :)
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Great Erin! Super. Thanks for your purchase and feedback. Jen❤
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I love this product, it is a challenge for my students. This will help them build their discussion skills.
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On  April 13, 2014,  Buyer said:
I am seeing a transfer to my student's writing using words learned during Shades of Meaning.
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Thank you - I used this as part of a center on shades of meaning for my students and they loved it!
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I am thrilled with this purchase. Thank you for another amazing product! :)
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I can't wait to use this next year!
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This has been challenging even for my middle schoolers- good discussion developed because of it!
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My students have had so much fun with this. It's fun to listen to them talk aloud about their strategies.
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On  March 25, 2014,  Buyer said:
As a preservice teacher I am constantly gathering materials I can use in my future classroom and i love this! I am currently working as a literacy coach and tried this with my students this past weekend. They responded so well!!! It is going to be a fantastic tool to assist them in adding exceptional detail to their writing!! Thanks Hello Literacy! p.s. I love your blog!
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I have been looking for an interactive way to teach vocabulary! Thanks!
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On  March 19, 2014,  Kerry K. said:
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On  September 15, 2013,  Denise M. asked:
Hi! I just purchased this and had a couple questions.

1. Are the words in order on the cards (before I cut them) so I would know how to "order it" myself if the kids got stumped? I wanted to be sure I had some kind of an answer key so I could support them.

2. On Ordering and Justifying pages 2 and 3, you have "Most Happy" and "Least Happy" on the scale, but I'm thinking that might be a simple oversight. Is there any way you could fix those? Thank you so much!
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On  September 19, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
Dear Denise,
The words are not currently in order. There is no correct order...if the students can justify the order and why they are sorted the way they are, then it is correct. That is the beauty of higher level thinking, the only right answer is the one you can justify. I did fix the first few pages, so just redownload the product for an error-free version.
Thanks for the great questions!
Jen
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On  March 8, 2014,  Buyer asked:
I would love to use this for my vocabulary center, but at my school, we are expected to use vocabulary words from our reading selection of the week at centers. How do you handle this in your classroom? Do you teach vocabulary words from stories/passages you use in the classroom on top of using these vocabulary words at your vocab station? I would love some ideas on how to incorporate this activity in the classroom while having to teach a separate list of vocabulary words from the text we are working with for the week. Thanks!
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On  March 10, 2014Hello Literacy answered:
First of all, I must say, as a literacy specialist, your school's expectation of only teaching vocabulary words from your reading selection of the week, breaks my literacy heart.

Here's why. Vocabulary instruction is two fold. There are two kinds of vocabulary development: receptive vocabulary and expressive vocabulary. Receptive vocabulary is learning words from print and understanding their meaning when we read them/receive them...into our brain (words are coming in). Expressive vocabulary is being able to retrieve the right word from our brain to express our ideas when speaking, so that other people can understand our verbal messages...(the words are going out). Your school's expectation for vocabulary instruction is only focusing on receptive vocabulary, half of vocabulary instruction. Also, if you are only to use words on the book's page (or passage or whatever), you are also limiting a student's vocabulary development (or opportunity for vocabulary development) because author's are known for NOT using words to tell, but words to show, where readers must infer words that are not there based on a character's actions and feelings. In addition, one book usually limits that word from the book to a meaning of that word contextualized to that book. For example, if the book was about Jackie Robinson and baseball, and you were teaching them the term "fly ball" or "fly"...and you had to limit your instruction to just vocabulary words and phrases in that book, you would excluding the other 9 meanings of the word fly, that don't have anything to do with baseball.

In addition to exposing students to new words, synonyms for words, antonyms for words, shades of meaning of a word, figurative language, parts of speech and word morphology (prefixes, suffixes, and greek and latin roots), the Shades of Meaning Vocabulary Center, gives students another opportunity to increase their expressive vocabulary in addition to practicing higher level thinking like evaluating, debating, critiquing, and sorting, students also have the opportunity to use critical thinking skills around academic conversations following agreed upon Rules of Discussion. That's how it's done in my classroom, and every classroom at Lake Myra Elementary. In the Shades of Meaning packet, it explains how to incorporate this activity into your classroom, including a YouTube link to my students doing it.

I hope that helps!
Thanks,
Jen
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On  November 26, 2013,  Nura D. asked:
HEllo!
Do you have something for first grade like this? :-)
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On  November 26, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
I will soon. :-)
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On  October 22, 2013,  Anne K. asked:
Just purchased this at the 1000 follower sale and discovered that the first set has an error--the word card says "delightful", and the worksheet says "delighted". I think delighted works better!
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On  October 22, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
Super. Thanks for letting me know. I'll fix it right now and reupload.
Email me and I'll email the corrected word card.
Thanks,
Jen
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On  August 18, 20131 Crazy Teacher (TpT Seller) asked:
Just purchased this and I am super excited to try it. I wondered if you could explain something in a little more detail. I saw the student sample of how to justify their reasoning. It basically had the student give another word of what it means. But could you tell me how you explain to them want you want from them? What other things might they put there other than how the sample student did it? I just want to come up with the best way to explain it to them. If you asked them orally to justify what would you want them to be able to tell you. For example, why did you put ( this word) before (this word)? Thank you and I hope this makes sense. I love the activity.
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On  August 19, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
Sure. No problem. When I get home tonight, I will reply.
On  July 22, 2013Kimberly Scanlan (TpT Seller) asked:
What grade levels is this good for? I teach second grade.
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On  July 22, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
Hi!
I would say 2nd - 6th. Jen❤
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On  July 13, 2013,  Buyer asked:
are the cards for the centers leveled by grade or do you suggest just use all of them no matter what grade level? I teach 2nd.
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On  July 13, 2013Hello Literacy answered:
These are Tier 2 vocabulary words, and not grade specific so I would use all of them for grades 2-6. I use them with my 2nd and 3rd reading groups. And if the groups are heterogeneously grouped, even better, they can all learn from each other. :-)
Jen❤
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Shades of Meaning: A Cooperative Vocabulary & Language Cen
Shades of Meaning: A Cooperative Vocabulary & Language Cen
Shades of Meaning: A Cooperative Vocabulary & Language Cen
Shades of Meaning: A Cooperative Vocabulary & Language Cen