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lifting the satisfactory curse in science for good! (or better!)

Discussion in 'Science' started by TRJ, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. TRJ

    TRJ New commenter

    Great question something i was thinking about today.
    To show progress - you could differentiated lesson objectives and talk through them clearly at the start. Giving a Q and A session on the meaning of words and terms. At the end of the lesson ask what the pupils have learnt to match the objectives. Or a heads down thumbs up system. If you have more than one objective each levelled (L3, L5 and L7) then each pupil should be able to aim for one.

    Or could also do the plenary triangle. Pupils draw a triangle in their book and divide it into 3 layers. The bottom layer is what they have remembered, the middle layer is what they have learnt and the top layer is a question or thought they have on the lesson.
    You show progress through the assesment of the lesson

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