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St Helens Strategic Learning Network MFL. Meeting 1 Thursday 27 th September. Agenda. Objectives Intended outcomes Motivation issues ‘Nugget’ Demonstration Take- Away Activity examples Working with the framework Task setting Feedback to meeting Thursday 15 th November.

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st helens strategic learning network mfl

St HelensStrategic Learning NetworkMFL

Meeting 1

Thursday 27th September

agenda
Agenda
  • Objectives
  • Intended outcomes
  • Motivation issues
  • ‘Nugget’ Demonstration
  • Take- Away Activity examples
  • Working with the framework
  • Task setting
  • Feedback to meeting Thursday 15th November
blocks to engaging the learner
Blocks to engaging the learner
  • Issue of content and context
  • Anxiety
  • Unclear objectives
  • Prior learning ignored
  • Perceived lack of success
  • Lack of review opportunity
  • ‘Illusion of reality’ forced by GCSE
learning is most successful when
Learning is most successful when….
  • It is cognitively demanding
  • Learners have a degree of autonomy
  • Learners can contribute creatively
  • Neither teacher or pupil is over-stressed
  • There are elements of humour and fun
creative context
‘Creative context’
  • Task which demonstrate ‘creativity’ will have:-
  • Variety – the resources you exploit
  • Experimentation – allow ‘independent’ use of language
  • Engagement – allow for personal, imaginative or emotional response
features of higher order thinking skills
Features of higher order thinking skills
  • Analysis (explain/infer/analyse)
  • Synthesis (design/create/compose)
  • Evaluation (Assess/compare/judge)
activities may feature
Activities may feature ….
  • Competition
  • Humour / fun
  • Puzzle solving
  • Game - playing
  • Pupil creativity (within parameters)
  • Word play
  • Personal link / input
  • Imaginative techniques to recycle
  • Tapping into ‘their’ world
sample activities booklet
Sample Activities Booklet

‘Most likely to’……

Battleships

Co-ordinates

Mystery sheets

Da Vinci Code

Make the link

Picture words

Picture puzzles

Hello / Goodbye

Venn diagrams

Word salads

Word Play

Jig word

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