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Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by basilicata, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. I have to teach DIDA UNIT 4 on Monday. I have no textbook, nobody available at the school who knows anything about DIDA. What could I teach for an opening lesson? J
  2. Unit 4 is about teamwork - you could show them a clip from the apprentice and discuss what makes a good team/what are the important roles? - or how well they think the apprentice lot worked as a team. You could then put the students in to teams and allocate each one a role for a mini project. They could come up with a list of what each of their roles should do for the project. I've done something similar and gave each group an envelope with the roles and the brief of their project.

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