AVID TERMS- EOC Review
Terms in this set (36)
Advancement Via Individual Determination
Close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society
is a college-readiness system designed to increases the number of students who enroll in four-year-colleges
Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading
7 student responsibilities on the student AVID Agreement
Maintain 2.0, satisfactory discipline/attendance, enrollment in advanced classes, Maintain AVID binder, Take Cornell Notes, Complete Homework, Tutorials, Participate in AVID field trips and activities
Provide students with ready access to their Pride book, classwork, supplies, and notes/quizzes/test throughout the day and home
Binder requirements for AVID
2' + 3 ring binder, tab dividers for each subject, zipper pouch, pens, pencils, erasers, highlighters, loose leaf paper, and Pride Book
What is the three advantages of the Cornell Note-Taking System?
Method for mastering information, it's efficient, each step prepares the way for the next part of the learning process
What materials are needed for Cornell Notes?
CN paper or loose-leaf paper, column drawn on left-hand side for questions, 3-4 lines left at the bottom of the page for the summary section
How should Cornell Notes be refined?
By writing questions in the left column that can be answered by the info. in the right-hand side; check for incomplete items, too brief notes; read the notes and underline key words/phrases; compare notes with a buddy; write a summary at the end of the notes.
What are the ten steps of the Cornell Way?
C-create format, O-organize notes, R-review/revise, N-note key ideas, E-exchange ideas, L-learning tool, W-written feedback, A-address, Y- your reflection.
Why is time management important in middle-school?....High school?
In middle School students usually increase their involvement in curricular and extracurricular activities, and course work is more demanding. In high school, many students work part-time and participate in community service projects as well.
In AVID tutorials, what is the student-presenter responsible for?
A)presenting a question/problem to the group B) interacting with questions from the group and C) making an effort to pursue an answer or solution.
In AVID tutorials, what are the seated-students responsible for?
A) listening to & understanding the presenter's question/problem, B) asking questions to clarify and help the presenter think deeper about an answer or solution and C) discussing with each other strategies to move the presenter's thinking when it gets stuck.
In AVID tutorials, What is the tutor responsible for?
A) helping the students to collaborate with each other, B) encouraging all students to be engaged, and C) evaluating the participation of students.
What is the purpose of goal-setting?
is to have a destination for the distant future; it helps students visualize where they want to go and prioritize what actions will lead them there.
What is the GPA of Success?
G-goal: what you want to accomplish P-plan: the path you will take to reach your goal A-action: the outline of the actual steps you will take to make your plan a reality.
What is the purpose of the Learning Style Survey?
To empower students with both the knowledge and the skills to take charge of their own education.
Explain Costa's Three-Story House as it relates to Costa's Levels of Questioning?
Level 1: lowest level-gathering information; Level 2: middle level-processing information; Level 3: highest level-applying information.
What is the purpose of collaborative learning?
To bring students together to take responsibility for their own learning.
What is SLANT?
Sit with proper posture; Lean forward and listen; Ask pertinent questions; Nod your head "yes" or "no"; Talk with your teacher.
What are TRF forms?
Tutorial Request Forms/Pre-work Inquiry
What are 3 column Notes?
Group members take these during Tutorials; POC, Tutorial notes, and Steps/Process
moving with ease; polished.
the degree of loudness of sound.
making a visual connection with individuals in audience
the degree of quickness with which one delivers a speech
changing physical position
act of making gestures or moving one's body parts, usually arms, hands, legs as a means of expression.
communicating ideas and emotions non verbally by contorting one's face
clearly saying the sounds and syllables in words
speaking words as they are meant to be spoken
the people who are listening and/ or viewing a presentation or speaker
the expression in one's voice generated by altering pitch.
any visible props or components of one's presentation
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