CURS 4200U Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Overhead Projector, Microsoft Powerpoint

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School
Department
October 31, 2012
Corners Activity
Concept Attainment
Dice Consolidation -> roll it once to determine which group, then roll again to determine which
student has to answer the question
Week 6: October 29th and 31st, 2012
Agenda, Resources and Teaching Strategies:
Time
Agenda
Item/Topic
Teaching and Learning Strategy
Required
Reading
and/or
Preparation
Assessment
10:10 -
10:45
am
Pick a
Title!
Corners
Description
This is an activity that involves
students moving to one of four
corners of a room according to
their agreement/disagreement
to a given statement. This
activity means students are up
and moving around and
interacting with other people.
The activity works best with
'value' or 'opinion' statements
and is often best at the
beginning and end of a unit to
see how students' views have
changed or evolved.
Required:
4 sheets of paper with the
words (Strongly Agree,
Agree, Disagree, Strongly
Disagree).
You can modify the
statements by using these
4 titles of songs, books,
characters, movies, etc.
Sticky tack to put on paper
to attach to wall
Process:
Put a statement on the
white/black board (or
overhead projector). The
statement has to be such
that there could be varying
degrees of personal
agreement/disagreement
NA
Observe TCs'
choices for
selected corners;
Circulate and
listen to
interactions,
rationale for
selecting
particular corner;
listen for specific
reference to
options WITH
rationale.
Select random
volunteer from
each part of room
to highlight key
reasons for group
members' choices
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Dice consolidation -> roll it once to determine which group, then roll again to determine which. Circulate and listen to interactions, rationale for selecting particular corner; listen for specific reference to options with rationale. Select random volunteer from each part of room to highlight key reasons for group members" choices student has to answer the question. This is an activity that involves students moving to one of four corners of a room according to their agreement/disagreement to a given statement. This activity means students are up and moving around and interacting with other people. "value" or "opinion" statements and is often best at the beginning and end of a unit to see how students" views have changed or evolved. 4 sheets of paper with the words (strongly agree, You can modify the statements by using these. 4 titles of songs, books, characters, movies, etc. Sticky tack to put on paper to attach to wall.

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