Introduction

Welcome to Unit 2: Vocabulary Instructional Routines of the Online Texas Adolescent Literacy Academy (OTALA) Module 3: Generating Examples and Nonexamples.

There are five sections in this module:

  1.     Module Overview
  2.     Objectives for Module 3
  3.     Frayer Model Examples
  4.     The Frayer Model in Practice
  5.     Scaffolding with the Frayer Model

Each section consists of presentation videos along with related activities to complete. You may download a copy of the module handouts, transcript of the video, and presentation slides by clicking on the links below.

Handouts
Transcript

Presentation slides

The total time required to complete this module is approximately 35 minutes. The module may be completed at your own pace. You may complete all five sections in a single session, or you may log in multiple times as you work through the information and activities.

Section 1: Module Overview

This section gives a brief overview of Module 3. Please click to download and print Handout 1: TEKS Connections prior to watching this presentation video. If you printed the handout packet downloaded at the beginning of this module, please locate the handout in your packet.

Click play on the video when you're ready to begin.
 

Section 2: Objectives for Module 3

This section outlines the objectives for Module 3 and introduces the Frayer Model.

Please click to download and print

    Handout 2: Frayer Model Template
    Handout 3: Completed Frayer Model: English Language Arts Examples
    Handout 4: Completed Frayer Model: Math Examples

prior to watching this presentation video. If you printed the handout packet downloaded at the beginning of this module, please locate the handouts in your packet.

Click play on the video when you're ready to begin.
 

Section 3: Frayer Model Examples

Section 4: The Frayer Model in Practice

This section outlines more ways to incorporate the Frayer Model into classroom lessons.

Click play on the video when you're ready to begin.
 

Section 5: Scaffolding with the Frayer Model

This section details various options for scaffolding with the Frayer Model. Please click to download and print Handout 7: Scaffolding the Frayer Model prior to watching this presentation video. If you printed the handout packet downloaded at the beginning of this module, please locate the handout in your packet.

Click play on the video when you're ready to begin.