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Flipping the classroom - brief

For attendees of MLTAV Conference 2014
by

Catherine Spurritt

on 27 August 2014

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Transcript of Flipping the classroom - brief

FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
MODEL
- Content and purpose of lesson explicit
- Teacher develops a video tutorial
- Students view tutorial at home
- Students practise new skills at school
- Teacher available in classroom to assist
WHAT IS THE FLIP?
WHY FLIP?
- Increase student use of TL
- Increase student access to teacher support when using new concepts
- Provide ability to revisit key concepts at home
- Create resources to be used across multiple classes
- Shift responsibility to students
WHERE TO FROM HERE?
1. Select a grammatical concept relevant to course
2. Search for an explanation of this concept on Youtube
3. Set this for your students to view at home
4. Review application of skills in class
Catherine Spurritt
Languages Curriculum Leader
Avila College
catherines@avilacollege.vic.edu.au
@cathspurritt
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