Teachers Values


Frayer (1969) has identified a strategy for teaching lesson vocabulary that increases student comprehension, called the Frayer Model. This instructional strategy promotes critical thinking and helps students identify and understand unfamiliar vocabulary. This technique can be used with the entire class, small groups, or individual work and draws on a student’s prior knowledge to build connections among new concepts. It also creates a visual reference for students to compare attributes and examples.

Frayer uses a four-square graphic organizer for students to write out the definition, examples, and characteristics or an illustration.

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