The Frayer Model is a graphic organizer used to develop students word analysis and vocabulary skills. In its 4-square configuration, the model prompts students to think about and describe a word or concept by defining the term, describing its key characteristics, and giving examples and non-examples of the idea. This strategy requires students to both analyze and synthesize the word in the larger context of a reading selection. Use the Frayer model in these convenient chart paper forms. Charts can be used for whole class or independent word study and can be used independently and also in conjunction with our Frayer Model Pocket Chart (#304851).
Acquire and use a range of general academic and domain-specificwords and phrases.
Directly aligned with our Common Core math literacy goals! Our middle and high school teachers have laminated them, and are using them in creative and meaningful ways in the classroom. Large enough for whole-group learning, too.