Frazer Model Template in Powerpoint

One of the best ways to expand your student's vocabulary is by using Frayer model examples. Here are several Frayer model templates in PPT to print and use.

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Overview

The Frayer Model is a visual solution used to help your students dissect and better understand complex vocabulary terms. The Frayer model instructs your students to write a definition, important characteristics, examples, and non-examples of a single word. Add your own word to the middle of Frayer Model template and then add text to each of the four sections to make your own Frayer Model. This Powerpoint  (PPTX) example contains several variations of the Frayer Model. Just select the slide that best fits your needs. Each slide is fully adjustable. Easy to print. We also have PDF version available at Bizzlibrary.com.


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Reviews

Allan Kline - DEU

The tips and suggestions are insightful

Pa Wong - USA

Perfect!!!!

Mahalia Parsons - NZL

I just wanted to write to say Thanks for the template provided


Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of using the Frazer Model?

  • It helps students identify, understand, and learn new words.
  • It helps students activate past knowledge, connect this to new concepts, and stimulate critical analysis of information.
  • It also provides a visual representation of the concept to facilitate easier recall and retention.

What are some alternative strategies for using the Frazer Model it in the classroom?

  • Guess the Word
  • Provide your students incomplete templates
  • Carousel Brainstorming
  • Reading comprehension