AVID Final Exam Review
Terms in this set (20)
What does AVID stand for?
Advancement Via Individual Determination
What should an AVID binder look like?
no loose papers, tabs in order, clean and organized
What is the benefit of maintaining an AVID binder?
find papers easily without clutter, keep things organized and in line
What does SLANT stand for?
sit with proper posture, lean forward and listen, ask pertinent questions, nod your head yes or no, talk to your teachers
Why is an AVID student expected to always use their planner?
planner keeps up with homework and events. keeps students on track and aware.
What does WICOR stand for?
Writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization, reading
What is a short term goal?
Goals that can be achieved in short periods of time (six months)
What is a long term goal?
Goals that can be achieved in a lifetime or long period of time
How can you use your planner to be successful?
you can log homework, write class lesson summaries to reflect over, and keep track of past and future events
What do you write on a learning log?
Two sentences per class summarizing and reflecting over what we learned.
What are the basic learning log questions?
my favorite activity, areas of improvement, greatest accomplishment, something I need help on, something I want to share, core classes
What are the Costa's Levels of Questioning on the story house?
gathering, processing, applying
What is a Socratic seminar?
formal discussion based on text where leaders ask open ended questions and students discuss findings
What is the AVID mission statement?
to close the gap between all students for college readiness and success in a global society
What are the four parts of the cornell way?
essential question, questions/notes, topic, summary
What is on the top of the cornell notes sheet?
topic / objective
What is on the bottom of the cornell notes sheet?
What is on the right side of Cornell notes?
What is on the left side of cornell notes?
When do you write questions on your cornell notes?