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Transcript of PedagooLondon
300000questions.wordpress.com The Beginning is a Bad Place to Start #PedagooLondon 300,000 Questions "Learning is most effective
when learners are challenged
in a safe environment." "A good enquiry poses an
interesting question to be answered or a problem to be solved. Students are active in their exploration and research." http://www.woodham.org.uk/edutait/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=295:58-hours-writing-learning-objectives&catid=29:blog-news http://prezi.com/cahtg_vmcod1/king-lear/ @TeamTait http://www.woodham.org.uk/edutait/ @LearningSpy http://learningspy.co.uk/2011/10/09/40-ways-to-introduce-learning-objectives/ I can closely analyse and evaluate words and phrases to work out the writer’s intentions and the impact on the audience.
E.g. Mr Birling remarks, ‘we’ve been had’ and that this ‘makes all the difference.’ His turn of phrase implies that he thinks it has all been a trick and therefore harmless. This suggests he doesn’t see the need to change his ways if he is not going to be held accountable and this lack of moral fibre is highlighted by Sheila’s sarcastic and ‘bitter’ response, ‘I suppose we’re all nice people now.’ Sheila now takes on the Inspector’s role as Priestley’s moral mouthpiece and reminds us that we must see ourselves as ‘members of one body’ if society is to be the best it can be. I can explore the effect of words and phrases on the audience and begin to consider their importance in terms of the whole text.
E.g. Mr Birling remarks, ‘we’ve been had’ and that this ‘makes all the difference.’ This suggests he doesn’t see the need to change his ways if he is not going to be held accountable. This lack of morals makes sure that the audience continue to dislike Birling. I can explain the effect of a quote in general terms.
E.g. Mr Birling thinks if the Inspector doesn’t exist it doesn’t matter. We’ve been had, it makes all the difference.’ He hasn’t learned anything. To improve my ability to analyse and interpret language sophisticatedly. Is this the most significant moment in the play? BIRLING
... we've been had ... it makes all the difference.
I suppose we're all nice people now. http://www.slideshare.net/300000questions/wild-places-qr-posters-10012364?utm_source=slideshow03&utm_medium=ssemail&utm_campaign=share_slideshow_loggedout http://prezi.com/wpqmq-as9wfv/super-socrative/ @ICTEvangelist @beetlebug1 @KerryPulleyn http://300000questions.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/thinking-about-thinking/ Thinking about Thinking - A Learning Journey