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how do you 'show' progress made in a lesson?

Discussion in 'English' started by amylong, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. amylong

    amylong New commenter

    Hi all,
    Just wondering-how do we all show progress has been made by pupils, in our lessons? At our school, we are focusing on the 'learning journey' made by pupils through the lesson-wondering how you all get pupils to demonstrate this, or any methods you might have to do so. We currently have mini plenaries throughout the lesson, a confidence graph and the must should could criteria-was wanting to see if there were other ideas out there!!

    Amy
     
  2. amylong

    amylong New commenter

    Hi all,
    Just wondering-how do we all show progress has been made by pupils, in our lessons? At our school, we are focusing on the 'learning journey' made by pupils through the lesson-wondering how you all get pupils to demonstrate this, or any methods you might have to do so. We currently have mini plenaries throughout the lesson, a confidence graph and the must should could criteria-was wanting to see if there were other ideas out there!!

    Amy
     
  3. Please drop me a line and I can explain our approach.
     
  4. K.Wellborne

    K.Wellborne New commenter

    I'd be interested in your ideas too, if I can muscle in on the conversation. [​IMG]
     
  5. Would really appreciate this too
     
  6. All the people who have contacted me using "internal" mail have received replies.
     
  7. millicent_bystander

    millicent_bystander New commenter

    Have also emailed you and would really appreciate your ideas.
    Many thanks.
     
  8. You have mail.
     
  9. Please could I have some ideas emailed to me? Amy_yma@live.co.uk I'm an NQT and any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you :)
     
  10. This is clearly the most urgent need we are all facing at the moment - please could you copy me in to your reply? Many thanks
     
  11. May I please jump on the bandwagon too?
     
  12. Yes. But use internal email please. I have replied to others via that.
     
  13. Sorry if I am being dim, what do you mean by internal email? A private message?
     
  14. On my computer, an inbox is located at top of my screen. This allows "in-house" communication to bloggers on the TES site. Like email, but tied to your login name. A lot of people, me included, do not like to post an email address on-line to avoid spam and abuse. A dozen people have used this over past two days to get in touch with me. Hope this helps.
     
  15. You have mail!
     

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