Forms of Energy Vocabulary: energy, types of energy, mechanical energy, chemical energy, electrical energy, thermal energy, light energy, sound energy, energy transformation
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This unit is intended to introduce students to tier 3, domain-specific vocabulary
words, give opportunities to practice identifying
and using them, as well as assess word meaning
. Students can also dig deeper into the meaning of each word when completing the “Thinking Deeper” task cards
I’ve included options of varying levels for some of the student pages. These are meant to be helpful when differentiating instruction. Pick and choose the pages that you feel would work best for your students!
*definitions and student notebook pages
*3 types of practice pages
*student notebook foldable
*AND a PowerPoint presentation!
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Common Core Correlation:
“Tier Three words (what the Standards refer to as domain-specific words) are specific to a domain or field of study (lava, carburetor, legislature, circumference, aorta) and key to understanding a new concept within a text. Because of their specificity and close ties to content knowledge, Tier Three words are far more common in informational texts than in literature. Recognized as new and “hard” words for most readers (particularly student readers), they are often explicitly defined by the author of a text, repeatedly used, and otherwise heavily scaffolded (e.g., made a part of a glossary).”
This excerpt is found on page 33 of Appendix A from www.corestandards.org.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.L.6Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown term important to comprehension or expression.