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What does this mean in the school context? Have searched on net but am just getting confused.

Discussion in 'Australia - Staffroom' started by fbhoahiep8, Dec 1, 2017.

  1. fbhoahiep8

    fbhoahiep8 New commenter

    It could be as straightforward as some Q&A which would enable the teacher to evaluate if the objectives had been met, and what the students had actually taken in during the lesson. It could involve asking them some questions which might make them think further about the lesson topic. It could be a short quiz. It could be student self or peer evaluation task. It rounds off the lesson and hopefully consolidates some of the learning. In art, it might be something like gathering all the work together and discussing which pieces worked really well as a whole group or even smaller groups of four of so - getting them to point out what they think really worked and why.
  2. kaylawilson4

    kaylawilson4 New commenter Tes Australia careers peer advisor

    Hi @fbhoahiep8 I'm not too sure what your question is, however, what you are describing sounds like a consolidation or synthesis activity at the end of a lesson.

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