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English 0.2 - Class discussion

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Peter Gundersen

on 6 November 2012

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Transcript of English 0.2 - Class discussion

Class discussion &
Bloom's revised taxonomy 1. discussion - "what?" Remember Retrieveing factual knowledge 2. discussion 3. discussion Leader Recorder Monitor Pay specific attention
to the discussion leader.
Provide constructive
feedback "What did we see?" Class parliament Recitation Problem-based Sharing-based Take care of yourself Understand / analyze Constructing meaning / explaining overall purposes Leader Recorder Monitor Pay specific attention
to the discussion leader.
Provide constructive
feedback "What is this letter about?" Leader Recorder Monitor Pay specific attention
to the discussion leader.
Provide constructive
feedback Analyse / evaluate Explaining overall purposes / making judgements based on criteria "'How should this letter be judged?" "How would we as a group respond to this letter?" Create! Categories of instructional time:
- Allocated time: The amount of time a state, school or teacher provides the student for instruction in a given subject
- Engaged time: The time that students appear to be paying attention
- Time-on-task: Engaged time on particular learning tasks
- Academic learning time: that part of allocated time in which a student is engaged successfully in those activities related to educational outcomes
- Transition time: The non-instructional time before and after some instructional activity
- Waiting time: The time a student must wait to receive some instructional help
- Off-task time: Time spent in such ways as irrelevant talk between students, disruptive noise-making, and distracting movement Analyse the clip – what categories of instructional time can be located (Cage p. 119)? #12en02
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