Monday, October 17, 2016

Multi-sensory Spelling Multisensory Word Work

Multisensory Spelling “VKAT-V” (Visual, Kinesthetic, Auditory, Tactile, and Vestibular)

HOW TO PASS ANY SPELLING OR VOCABULARY TEST with zero stress, plus build working memory at the same time! Win Win! 

All “VKAT-V” ELA activities are done standing up, to enhance

student engagement and to trigger Vestibular balance which can enhance and deepen learning. Instructional Grouping and setting in the Classroom is critical to student success. Student always work in cooperative groups standing face to face so they can teach and repeat all instructional materials using a think pair share model and or a call and respond model.
  1. Say the” vocabulary” word
  2. Spell the “vocabulary” word (taction and voiced)
  3. Chunk the “syllables” word (phonetic and mnemonic memory devices can be expanded on)
  4. Count the letters
  5. Use the word (visual gestures and dramatic or emotional articulations are required)

Multisensory Vocabulary “VKAT-V“ Word-Work (Visual, Kinesthetic, Auditory, Tactile, and Vestibular)

Part ONE! Students take turns asking and answering. 

  1. Ask the question: What is the denotation and connotation of the term … (gestures and dramatic emotional articulations are suggested) 
  2. Answer the question: The primary meaning or denotation of the term…, is…., a possible connotation of the term is… (visual gestures and dramatic or emotional articulations are suggested) 
Part TWO!
  1. Ask the question: Please give me a contextual exemplar or the terms common usage… (gestures and dramatic or emotional articulations are suggested) 
  2. Answer the question: An excellent contextual exemplar of the term is … , a secondary contextual exemplar might be… … (answer the question, visual gestures, and dramatic or emotional articulations are suggested) 
Part Three!
  1. Ask the question: Please give me an important detail or attribute that is associated with the term … (visual gestures and dramatic or emotional articulations are suggested) 
  2. Answer the question: An important or critical detail of the term is … , a secondary trait of the term would be… (visual gestures and dramatic or emotional articulations are suggested)


  3. The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that help control balance and eye movements!

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