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Rollover Week 1 Lesson 1: Introduction to the course: overview of areas of study, outcomes and assessment; discussion of the nature of ‘revolution’.

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Transcript of Rollover Week 1 Lesson 1: Introduction to the course: overview of areas of study, outcomes and assessment; discussion of the nature of ‘revolution’.

Logo
"Revolutions are the locomotives of history".

1. Working in pairs.

2. Who said it?

3. What does it mean?

4. We have 3 minutes.

5. Class discussion to follow.
Week 1 Lesson 2

Topic: Introduction to the course; understanding the concept of revolution

LI: To gain an overview of the subject, including Areas of Study, assessment, class and homework expectations, as well as a discussion of the nature of ‘revolution’.
SC: Students will be able to explain the requirements and expectations of this subject, as well as articulate what a ‘revolution’ is.
Activity: What is a 'revolution'?

1. Working in pairs, discuss what you think a 'revolution' is.

2. Write down a 1-3 line definition .

4. We have 5 minutes.

3. Class discussion to follow.


Video: What is a political revolution?

1. Working individually,
write down two things
you learnt from the video.

2. Class discussion to follow.

*** Go to Google, type in 'what is a political revolution; video from study.com
Expectations


1. Utilise class time effectively:

> Attendance

> Punctuality

> Computer

> Settle down quickly

> Transitioning between activities/parts of a lesson

> Being on-task (especially regarding student learning time)
Expectations

Homework

> Not everything can be covered in class

> Homework due every Monday (to be submitted on Compass)

> Do it properly
Going through the course guide
Being organised

> We need routine and discipline

> You in Sep/Oct/Nov next year will thank you from Jan 2017 for it

> Week by week, lesson by lesson structure is crucial for establishing a logical study sequence

> Don't throw anything away. File it properly.
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