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UNIQUE WAYS TO USE PAPER TO DIFFERENTIATE INSTRUCTION: Source: http://foldables.wikispaces.com/ FABRICATE FABULOUS FOLDABLES FOR ALL! November 2010

Techknowledgy FOLDABLES What are Foldables? Foldables are multi-dimensional graphic organizers that can be used at any level with any subject and

are a great tool for differentiating lessons Engaging and interactive Promote student ownership Limitless application Information from Teachers Resource Book-Foldables by Dinah Zikes FOLDABLES

Why do we use foldables? To introduce a new lesson As an organizer To differentiate instruction among students

Student made study guide Alternative assessment Source: http://mysciencelessons.blogspot.com/2009/07/vocabula ry-foldable.html

DIFFERENTIATION Use the template to create a model Foldable activities can be scaffolded: Foldables

can be an independent assignment with a rubric Students can fill in their own template via word processor or handwriting Students can create their own graphics via pictures, clip art or drawing Pre-created foldables can be provided for students to assemble

Assembled foldables can be provided for students to manipulate RESEARCH Foldables are a promising alternative to the traditional method of Lecture/Worksheet.

Using Foldables significantly improved students' attitudes toward the activity Teachers indicated that students were applying the Foldables across the curriculum The students were excited and motivated All comments received from both teachers and students regarding the use of Foldables were highly positive

Casteel, D.B. & Narkawicz, M.G. (2007) Effectiveness of Foldables Versus Lecture/Worksheet In Teaching Social Studies In Third Grade Classrooms STRATEGIES Use for: Analyzing similarities and differences

Summarizing and taking notes Organizing information into through beyond

Background knowledge/vocabulary Sequencing STORAGE Turn one-gallon freezer bags into student portfolios and storage containers Cut the bottom corners off each bag so they wont hold air and will

stack and store easily. Write student names across the top of the plastic portfolios with a permanent marker and cover the writing with two-inch clear tape to keep it from wearing off. Place a piece of cardboard inside each portfolio to give it strength and to act as a divider. Store Foldables in a giant laundry soap box. Students can carry their portfolios in a three-ring binder if you place

a strip of two-inch clear tape along one side and punch three holes through the taped edge. Fasten Foldables with Velcro so that they can be flattened and stored easily. TERMINOLGY Landscape

Portrait Hamburger Mountain Valley Taco Hot dog

Shutter Trifold BEGINNING WITH THE BASICS HAMBURGER FOLD MOUNTAIN FOLD

VALLEY FOLD TACO (GETTING HUNGRY?) HOTDOG FOLD SHUTTER FOLD

TRIFOLD POOR MANS ACTIVOTE GETTING STARTED Source: Sandra Morrissette and Lori Livesay

Fairfax Co. Public Schools 2-TABBED/FLAP BOOK Source: Sandra Morrissette and Lori Livesay Fairfax Co. Public Schools

3 AND 4-TAB BOOKS 6-TAB BOOK 10-TAB BOOK VENN-DIAGRAM (3-TAB)

POCKET BOOK/PORTFOLIO PYRAMID THREE QUARTER BOOK Source: http://www.sblceastconn.org/projects/getreal.htm

FOUR DOOR BOOK BOUND BOOK Source: http://www.sblceastconn.org/projects/getreal.htm SHUTTER FOLD

MINI-BOOKS/POCKET MOD ENVELOPE/CLUE SQUARE ACCORDIAN/STRETCH BOOK Uses: Summarization, explanation of subtopics on a subject- a great way

to display a PowerPoint presentation in print Curriculum Examples: Book reports, character studies, processes & cycles, narratives, historical reports, differentiating between

concepts, etc. LAYERED BOOK/ CASCADING FLIP BOOK PRINT, CUT, AND FOLD

Source: http://printcutfold.com/books.html FAN DECK Uses: Vocabulary, multiple concepts, reviewing key terms, sequencing Curriculum

Examples: Famous Explorers, Lab Equipment Identification, Math Equations, Ionic Charges, Parts of Speech, All About Me

STUDY CARDS Uses: Matching, identification, summarizing, sequencing, vocabulary Curriculum Examples: Identifying beginning

sounds, matching parts of speech to unique words, vocabulary matching of science terms, sequencing events leading to Civil War, All About Me

DIORAMA Uses: Summarization, perspectives, analysis, quick facts, descriptions Curriculum

Examples: Character analysis, poetry, figurative language, animal facts, biographical display of historical figures.

CLUE SQUARE Uses: Analysis, quick facts, descriptions Curriculum Examples: Historical figure, character from a

book, a particular number or geometric shape, battle of a particular war, a specific dinosaur, an invention, etc.

TOWERS/BOOKMARK Uses: Explain a concept or display information in four distinguishable sections, summarization, quick fact lists, reading response Curriculum Examples:

Biographies, steps of mitosis, steps to solving word problems, presidents, court cases, etc. FOLDING VENN DIAGRAM

TABBED BOOK CIRCLE BOOK Uses: Explain a concept or display information in four distinguishable

sections, summarization Curriculum Examples: Book reports, animal reports, steps of digestion, prewriting, etc.

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Save as after opening template or it disappears from the group folder Copy rather than drag to your folder REFERENCES:

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