February 25., 2013: Tier 2 Challange 2

Objectives:

Students will show mastery of MSB’s Tier 2 words of the week.

Students will demonstrate that they understand the words through non-linguistic representations.

Students will use the Frayer Model to deepen their understanding of the Tier 2 Words.

Students will identify the part of speech from the definition

 

Words:

assess=to figure our the quality or value of something

benefit=the good that happens from something

concept=an idea or thought

derive=to get something from a source

 

For each word: (Each of these (except #5) must be in a complete sentence.)

1) Tell me the part of speech (noun, verb, adjective, etc)

2) Tell me what the word is like (Example: Assess is like…)

3) Tell me what the word is not like (Example: Assess is not like…)

4) Give me an example of each word.

5) Post a link to a picture that best represents the word to you.

6) Explain why the picture best represents the word.

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39 thoughts on “February 25., 2013: Tier 2 Challange 2

  1. 1)Concept-Noun
    Benefit-Noun
    2)concept is like having a idea
    Benefit is like having good things happening
    3)concept not like being dumb founded
    Benefit not something bad
    4)concept thinking a bout planing a vacation
    Benefit is haveing a brand new car
    5)http://screenhog.com/blog/tag/send-me-an-idea/
    http://hyperallergic.com/40741/who-do-benefit-auctions-really-benefit/
    6)I think the picture for concept represent thinking
    I think the picture for benefit represents some good happening

  2. Assess – this picture represent this word best b/c it shows the kids doing research. http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1024&bih=672&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=examples+of+assess&oq=examples+of+assess&gs_l=img.12..0i24l10.1780.3209.0.4986.4.4.0.0.0.0.591.892.0j2j5-1.3.0…0.0…1ac.1.4.img.DIXXFY9_JQo#biv=i|1;d|XZXdIXPti4B52M:

    Benefit- this picture Represen this word best because it show how someone is benefiting from some thing. http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1024&bih=672&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=examples+of+benefit&oq=examples+of+benefit&gs_l=img.3…86626.96005.0.97789.21.19.2.0.0.4.1664.3824.0j8j4j8-1.13.0…0.0…1ac.1.4.img.T1_onhk44X0#biv=i|30;d|Lbd6fMeGAcSQiM:

    Concept- this picture best represent this word because it shows diffrent ideas. http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1024&bih=672&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=examples+of+concept+essays&oq=examples+of+concept+&gs_l=img.1.3.0j0i24l9.1399.12576.0.14220.16.14.1.1.1.0.228.1598.3j6j3.12.0…0.0…1ac.1.4.img.Rhp329keDxk#biv=i|1;d|LVNXIpt3o21DaM:

    Derive- his picture is a good reprsentive for this word because it shows someone using research. http://www.google.com/search?um=1&hl=en&safe=active&biw=1024&bih=672&tbm=isch&oq=examples+of+derive+&gs_l=img.3…102296.113071.1.114205.20.11.9.0.0.0.1006.2900.0j8j1j0j1j7-1.11.0…0.0…1ac.1.4.img.hm29aCuOoV8&q=examples%20of%20derive#biv=i|0;d|F8yobCm6RvvR4M:

  3. Assess-http://finntrack.co.uk/tutors/career_2b.html

    Benefit- archaic : an act of kindness
    Example: A benefit of museum membership is that purchases are discounted.
    http://www.zippys.com/programs/benefit-fundraising/

    Concept- something conceived in the mind : thought, notio
    Example: She is familiar with basic concepts of psychology.
    http://www.fubiz.net/2009/05/02/audi-d7-concept/audi-d7-concept-1-lg/

    derive- to take, receive, or obtain especially from a specified source
    Example:The river derives its name from a Native American tribe.
    Much of the book’s appeal derives from the personality of its central character.

    http://www.austromath.at/dug/

  4. assess – part of speech a verb is like judging somebody
    benefit -part of speech is a noun this like a reward
    concept – part of speech noun it is a idea you have about something
    derive -is a verb and this like you getting something out of a dictonary or a book

  5. 1)Concept-Noun
    Benefit-Noun
    2)concept is like having a idea
    Benefit is like having good things happening
    3)concept not like being dumb founded
    Benefit not something bad
    4)concept thinking a bout planing a vacation
    Benefit is haveing a brand new car

  6. Benefit
    1. Benefit is a noun.
    2. Benefit is like something good happening.
    3. Benefit is not like something bad happening.
    4. Winning the lottery
    5. http://www.google.com/url?source=imglanding&ct=ref&q=http://www.nunesmagician.com/2012/11/18/3663614/conference-realignment-if-what-might-happen-happens-its-probably-good&sa=X&ei=w58rUb2-GaO92gWWwICgDw&ved=0CNACEPMH&usg=AFQjCNGC8GBSyOOoJN6Jsx5hknSMe52kvA
    6. I chose this picture because them working hard out of that they won the game.

  7. Concept
    1. Concept is a noun.
    2. Concept is like thinking about something.
    3. Concept is like not thinking about something.
    4. I thought about what I was going to do for my birthday. Like I had an idea about what I wanted to do.
    5. http://www.google.com/url?source=imglanding&ct=ref&q=http://www.123rf.com/photo_16082334_man-and-his-thought–idea-concept.html&sa=X&ei=FaErUcCMJO-62gX0l4HoCQ&ved=0CEgQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNEPMMK0fACMqtO9sXggNHSAH5nLAQ
    6. I picked this photo because they have an idea.

  8. Assess is a verb
    Benefit is a noun
    Concept is a noun
    Derive is a verb

    Assess is like seeing something carefully
    Assess is not looking at nothing

  9. Asses-http://preferredsalesconcepts.com/Services.aspx
    Benefit -http://jorng.com/tutorpaul/learn/antonyms/antonym-for-benefit

  10. Asses-http://preferredsalesconcepts.com/Services.aspx
    Benefit -http://jorng.com/tutorpaul/learn/antonyms/antonym-for-benefit
    Concept -http://www.socialresearchmethods.net/kb/conmap.php
    Derive-http://cmap.ihmc.us/publications/researchpapers/theorycmaps/theoryunderlyingconceptmaps.

  11. Derive
    1. Derive is a verb.
    2. Derive is like looking on the Internet.
    3. Derive is not like looking on the Internet.
    4. I looked on the Internet to help me with writting project.
    5http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/derive
    6. I chose definition cause it gives specific reasons why

  12. 1)Concept-Noun
    Benefit-Noun
    2)concept is like having a idea
    Benefit is like having good things happening
    3)concept not like being dumb founded
    Benefit not something bad
    4)concept thinking a bout planing a vacation
    Benefit is haveing a brand new car
    5)http://screenhog.com/blog/tag/send-me-an-idea/
    http://hyperallergic.com/40741/who-do-benefit-auctions-really-benefit/
    6)I think the picture for concept represent thinking
    I think the picture for benefit represents some good happening

  13. 1) Assess is a verb.
    2) Assess is like apraise.
    3) Assess is not like remit.
    4) When a teacher gives you a test to assess.
    5) thekindergardenteacher.blogspot.com
    6) This picture represents the word because the student is assessing the work that the teacher gave her.

  14. Benefit

    1. Benefit is a noun
    2. Benefit is like getting something good out of something.
    3. Benefit is not like not getting something back from anything.
    4. Taking notes really had a better benefit from them when it was time to study for the test.
    5. http://www.markitthing.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/medicare-drug-benefit-clawback.jpg
    6. This picture represents what I think about when I hear the word benefit because money is something you can receive.

  15. 1. Asses – verb
    Asses is like value
    Asses is not like remit
    Asses – Example – When a teacher gives you an asses.

  16. Benefit is a noun
    Benefit is like having good things happen
    Benefit is not something bad
    Example: winning things
    beautezine
    this picture represents on having something good

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