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Image from- http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/learning/7-12assessments/naplan/teachstrategies/yr2011/index.php?id=literacy/reading/lr_evld/lr_evld_s3a_11 Resources:Example of a text types- See here for ChesterHills really useful list. How It Works:When teaching pupils how Click to read more
Whilst watching a film or video clip students are designated specific roles to watch the video from that person(s)/group(s) point of Click to read more
A way to get pupils to reflect on their learning during the lesson. Resources: A4 sheet of paper Click to read more
Resources:Balloons, envelopes, selotape, permanent pen.How It Works:An envelope is placed somewhere, under desk/chairs. On teacher’s command of go, students quickly look Click to read more
The KWHL grid can be used in a variety of situations The strength of this process is that it starts Click to read more
Resources:Picture of a compassHow It Works:The NEWS point on a compass represent an area for debate.For example, when exploring a Click to read more
Resources:None.How It Works:Give students a question to think about. They think about it on their own for 30 seconds. Next, they pair Click to read more
Resources:Questions with 4 possible answers – either on a powerpoint or written on the boardA3 paper per group (folded in to four Click to read more
Resources – Set of facts/statements about the topic How It Works – Pass a jar round the class, selected Click to read more