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        Vocabulary | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Join us as we help build students' math vocabulary in this "Build It Up!" professional development session from The Electric Company. Educators will learn more about the components of this session, which offer insight on the importance of having a rich math vocabulary, as well as ways to use Electric Company media to support new or existing lessons. Feel the power as you learn specific strategies for integrating Electric Company content into your unique classroom setting.

        Vocabulary: Welcome | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Join us as we help build students' math vocabulary in this "Build It Up!" professional development session from The Electric Company. Educators will learn more about the components of this session, which offer insight on the importance of having a rich math vocabulary.

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        Vocabulary: The Scoop | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        As we know, a robust vocabulary is integral to reading, writing and communicating. Here, we discuss our role in helping boost students’ math vocabulary, which will enable children to better express how data is being collected, organized and represented. We introduce the three videos we cover in the next sections – which help us discuss three specific methods for building students’ math vocabulary using Electric Company resources.

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        Vocabulary: Plug It In - Jessica's Vocab: Fistful of Confetti | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Together, we view the "Jessica’s Vocab" segment of one of our TEC episodes, "A Fistful of Confetti" and review learning strategies. We then discuss the use of active listening in exploring the key probability terms: record, possible, impossible, most and likely -- and offer suggestions for further engaging your students.

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        Vocabulary: Plug It In - Fistful of Confetti Part 3 | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        In this part of the TEC episode "A Fistful of Confetti," characters Jessica and Hector use math terms in a typical conversation - what a great example for students! The characters talk about the probability of record-breaking events and use math vocabulary to sort and analyze collected data. We offer simple suggestions on using math vocabulary in authentic situations to deepen students’ understanding.

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        Vocabulary: Plug It In - Haunted House: Household Supplies | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Need a hook to catch students' attention? In this video, The Haunted House characters represent collected data in a bar graph while discussing and analyzing their findings. We highlight this video as a great way to introduce a lesson while encouraging students' curiosity in the world around them.

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        Vocabulary: Get Electric | The Electric Company Professional Development Sessions

        Here we summarize what was covered in this "Build It Up!" professional development session from The Electric Company and celebrate the many resources and strategies available to help boost students’ math vocabulary. Learn more about integrating Electric Company video on a range of topics into new or existing lessons and where to find the many free resources available to you as support students’ literacy in your settings.

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