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This is a yes : concept attainment

Sheryl Mills

This is a yes : concept attainment

by Sheryl Mills

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Published by Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit and Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit in Saskatoon, Sask .
Written in English

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  • Concept learning -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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    Statementwriter/developer, Sheryl Mills ; review committee, Karen Anderson ... [et al.] ; artist, Apex Graphics, Carol Trumbley, Kevin Vindeg.
    SeriesInstructional strategies series
    ContributionsAnderson, Karen., Saskatchewan Teachers" Federation. Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit., University of Regina. Saskatchewan Instructional Development & Research Unit.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16218957M
    ISBN 100773102450
    OCLC/WorldCa221954233

    Strategy #6: Concept Attainment Use the strategy of concept attainment, from Tools for Teaching Conceptual Understanding, Elementary, with your students, which mimics the brain’s natural concept-formation process by drawing out patterns from examples and nonexamples. Concept attainment is a great strategy to get students engaged, motivated, purposefully talking, and thinking critically. In this bundle, you will find an explanation of concept attainment, a basic lesson plan for any concept attainment lesson, "Yes" / "No" charts, sorting cards, and a correspond Concept Attainment Worksheets & Teaching.

    A MiddleWeb Blog Attributes vs. the Whole. The concept attainment learning strategy is a way of harnessing the scientific process — using it to elucidate the properties of a particular idea in order to better understand that idea.. This process, developed by cognitive psychologists, has students learn by logic and contrast. Often positive exemplars are used on one side and .   CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL Created by Skinner 2. RETCON • Definition: a piece of new information that imposes a different interpretation on previously described events, typically used to facilitate a dramatic plot shift or account for an inconsistency. • Most often seen in comic books, this concept has become more visible in all forms of media.

    Concept Attainment. Model By: Jessica L. Bates No NO. Yes Yes No No. Yes What is the Concept Attainment Model? • Teaching model that supports students’ deep understanding of concepts and development of conceptual knowledge. • The model is teacher-guided • Students develop an understanding of the concept being taught through analyzing examples and non . 3. Unorganised Model of Concept Attainment What is a Concept Concept is a mental representation or a mental picture of some object or experience. It represents a category of objects which share common properties. According to Archer () a concept is simply the label of a set of things that have something in common.


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THIS IS A YES: CONCEPT ATTAINMENT. Saskatoon (Sask.), Saskatchewan Instruc­tional Development and Research Unit and the Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit, 26pp, paper, $ plus shipping and taxes.

I first learned this strategy in Silver, Strong, and Perini’s book, The Strategic Teacher: Selecting the Right Research-Based Strategy for Every their chapter on Concept Attainment, the authors explain that the reason this strategy results in deep understanding is because it works with the way human beings instinctively learn.

Concept Attainment is a constructivist approach to teaching and learning drawn from the work of Jerome Bruner (). In this instructional model students apply their prior understanding to determine the attributes of a concept through the processes of comparing and contrasting.

Linda Neff at Northern Arizona University adds that Concept Attainment is a “close relative to inductive thinking (Joyce and Weil ), (and) focuses on the decision-making and categorization processes leading up to the creation and understanding of a concept.”.

Neff also explains that there are several advantages to this approach, including learning “how to examine a concept. Each group can then present their concept to the class, teaching using the Concept Attainment model.

The Concept Attainment model serves as a powerful teaching and learning strategy. For teachers, it is advantageous to use the model to introduce and teach new concepts through an active, student-centric, inquiry-based approach.

Concept Attainment draws on this powerful process of concept formation by asking students to analyze both examples (called yes examples in a classroom lesson) and nonexamples (called no examples in a classroom lesson) of a concept, group the examples into a conceptual category, test their initial categories against further examples and.

This book provides readers with the theoretical and practical understandings of how to use models of teaching to both meet and exceed the growing expectations for research based instructional practices and student achievement. 'Concept attainment', in Models of teaching: connecting student learning with standards, SAGE Publications, Inc.

Concept Attainment is a backwards design strategy meaning that the lesson is designed to achieve a desired learning goal. In this case, the goal is a good working definition of metaphor (generally described at the middle school level as a figurative device that is a comparison of two unlike things without using like or as.

The first step in the Concept Attainment strategy is to present examples and non-examples of a concept or theme. For ELL students, examples are reduced to a simple “yes,” to indicate that it fits the concept, and non-examples are reduced to “no,” to indicate that it does not fit the concept.

This is a math resource that uses Concept Attainment for Arithmetic Sequences, click here to see the resource. Phase One: The students are presented with a data set that contains ‘yes’ and ‘no’ examples. The data set can be a concrete collection of items that represent a concept, or it can be a list of yes and no examples.

Concept Attainment, a close relative to inductive thinking (Joyce and Weil ), focuses on the decision-making and categorization processes leading up to the creation and understanding of a concept. A concept is “the network of inferences that are or may be set into play by an act of categorization” (Bruner, Goodnow, and Austin ).

both Concept Attainment Model and Advance Organizer Model are having (). Social skills training with youth in school Oberoi, S.C., () Educational Technology, New Delhi, Arya Book. CONCEPT ATTAINMENT Concept Attainment is a great strategy to encourage critical thinking skills.

The target concept or idea is not communicated to the students. The teacher presents examples (verbal or pictures), and the students guess the concept by figuring out the common attributes.

You must choose concepts or ideas that have clear. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

) The concept of growth and development is a lifelong process of physical, behavioral, emotional and cognitive maturity to ones-self, based on meaningful experiences.

(Goal attainment theory, ) Body image is the concept of how a patient views themselves and their body image, and the reaction of others to their body image.

Concept attainment is a great strategy to get students engaged, motivated, purposefully talking, and thinking critically. In this bundle, you will find an explanation of concept attainment, a basic lesson plan for any concept attainment lesson, "Yes" /.

Here’s an example of how to use the concept attainment strategy with BrainPOP ELL: 1. Use pictures, words, and/or actual objects to present both examples and non-examples of the concept.

Present the examples in two columns on the board. Always start with a “yes” example. Follow with a “no” example. “Yes, and” is more than just a concept to make an improv scene wonderful, it’s a philosophy healthy for business and life. Think about it. - The Concept Attainment Model enhances higher order thinking.

Students are able to give examples to demonstrate their application of the concept. -Attaining Concepts can be used in a game-like activity in which the students feel challenged, but not pressured.

After students master the concept, a fun review might be to sort terms or words into the. Return to Concept Attainment assignments.

Concept Attainment Example 2. Phase 1 (Give the examples in this order, first a yes and then a no. Why do you think this order is important. What prior knowledge is necessary before using this concept attainment.

Notice that in this example the context is important.). The Master made it clear that the kingdom of heaven must begin with, and be centered in, the dual concept of the truth of the fatherhood of God and the correlated fact of the brotherhood of man. The acceptance of such a teaching, Jesus declared, would liberate man from the agelong bondage of animal fear and at the same time enrich human living with the following.

Syntax of the CAMPhase One:Presentation of Data andIdentification of ConceptPhase Two:Testing Attainment ofthe Concept-Teacher presents labeled example.-Students compare the attributes in+ve and –ve examples.-Student generate and test hypo.-Students state a definitionaccording to essential attributes.-Student identify additionalunlabeled.The negative examples will show what the concept is not and, therefore, establish concept boundaries and limits.

Here is the list of examples that I have chosen to teach the concept, proper nouns: "Yes" examples: Melissa, New York, William, Detroit, Ohio, United States, German Shepherd, Toyota, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.