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Interview - Year 8 - Infer and Deuce.

Discussion in 'English' started by KT1989, Mar 11, 2012.

  1. KT1989

    KT1989 New commenter

    Hello!

    I have my interview/lesson on Tuesday so any commnets about this are welcomed :)
    <u> Starter</u>





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    Show,
    Don&rsquo;t Tell.
    Provide
    each student with a sheet that has an emotion on.


    Students
    spend 5 minutes creating a visual clue that they will &lsquo;perform&rsquo; for the rest of
    the class who will infer what their emotion was.


    -
    Hands up volunteers to share their visual
    clue




    Hands up feedback for guessing the visual
    clue
    Discussion
    about which of the visual clues were effective, and why.







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    Introduce
    the Learning Objective.


    Introduce
    the Learning Outcome.





    What
    is the difference between infer and deduce?


    Can
    we as a class come up a definition for each word to help us with the rest of
    the lesson.


    Provide
    contextualised (classroom based) examples to
    help
    <u>Development </u>






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    Provide
    students with a copy of Simon Armitage&rsquo;s poem About His Person on A4 for them to annotate.


    I
    will model the first couplet.


    1
    set of couplets per pair, with one group of three. What can you infer and
    deduce from your couplet.


    Each
    pair to feedback. Verbal praise and exteneded questioning can take place at
    this point.


    Construct a PEEE paragraph using your own annotations.

    - Sorry for the long post, but any help would be much appreciated. Thanks! :)










     
  2. KT1989

    KT1989 New commenter

    Hello!

    I have my interview/lesson on Tuesday so any commnets about this are welcomed :)
    <u> Starter</u>





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    Show,
    Don&rsquo;t Tell.
    Provide
    each student with a sheet that has an emotion on.


    Students
    spend 5 minutes creating a visual clue that they will &lsquo;perform&rsquo; for the rest of
    the class who will infer what their emotion was.


    -
    Hands up volunteers to share their visual
    clue




    Hands up feedback for guessing the visual
    clue
    Discussion
    about which of the visual clues were effective, and why.







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    Introduce
    the Learning Objective.


    Introduce
    the Learning Outcome.





    What
    is the difference between infer and deduce?


    Can
    we as a class come up a definition for each word to help us with the rest of
    the lesson.


    Provide
    contextualised (classroom based) examples to
    help
    <u>Development </u>






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    Provide
    students with a copy of Simon Armitage&rsquo;s poem About His Person on A4 for them to annotate.


    I
    will model the first couplet.


    1
    set of couplets per pair, with one group of three. What can you infer and
    deduce from your couplet.


    Each
    pair to feedback. Verbal praise and exteneded questioning can take place at
    this point.


    Construct a PEEE paragraph using your own annotations.

    - Sorry for the long post, but any help would be much appreciated. Thanks! :)










     

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