Frayer Model Sample

The Frayer Model was developed by Dorothy Frayer and her colleagues at the University of Wisconsin. This graphic organizer will lead students to a thorough understanding of new words. The corners generally include definition, facts or characteristics, examples and non-examples.

This is the modified template used in my math classroom. Based on the content, the example corner may include non-examples as well.

In order for students to communicate mathematically, they need a deep understanding of the content. Summarizing critical vocabulary via the Frayer Model can jumpstart this process.

This vocabulary graphic organizer highlights the Common Core State Standard 8.G.A.3 that is included in MATH-8 and Accelerated MATH-7.

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