You should be prepared to share your thoughts and reflections with others. Activity 8 Keeping in touch with your cohort and facilitator 30 minutes to 1 hour during each week of the project online The objectives of this course activity are to share your learning as the project progresses to gain support from colleagues on the course provide support for others in the cohort.
The objectives of this course activity are to share your reflections on the project give feedback to others as they reflect on their projects. When teaching narrative writing we often encourage, even insist, our students name the doer of the action.
Depending on the age and ability of your students, they may wish to draw pictures or create graphs using computer software to accompany their text.
Activity 3 Guidance on using resources and planning for project 30 minutes over the first two weeks of the course online The objectives of this course activity are: to develop your understanding of the resources available to develop a shared understanding of suitable project resources.
What did the learners do? Shared learning The reflective practitioner cycle is based on developing the professional knowledge base. Beyond the writing of information reports the skill of identifying opinion and fact is an invaluable skill to inculcate in our students. You may remember flicking through the pages of World Book Encyclopedia or Encyclopedia Britannica as a child, and even if lacking in the necessary literacy skills to actually read the articles, you likely picked up information just by looking at the colorful and well-presented illustrations and tables.
The research process will help students refine and filter the concepts and vocabulary that they will use in the writing of their text. They can then show their film in school or share it with other audiences to raise awareness.
For shorter texts, this may be numbered sections instead of page numbers.