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GO A Powerful And Versatile Tool To Teach Thinking, Reading And Writing At Every Level For Every Subject What problems do you as a teacher encounter when you give reading and writing tasks? What problems do your students come across when they accomplish reading and writing tasks?
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to do reading task
Very few households included
olive oil or fresh pasta
on the shopping list
Very few bought
bottled mineral water
Less healthy food
were crossed of the list
Traditional British foods were replaced
by a Mediterranean diet, organic
1. a box of matches
2. a bottle of gin
3. a packet of cheese slices
food items were crossed off
20 years ago
top ten most likely items on the
British shopping list
1. olive oil
2. fresh pasta
1. bottled mineral water
What benefits can we gain for reading and writing tasks if we use GOs?
Used to describe a central idea: a thing, process , concept , or proposition with support . Key frame questions: What is the central idea? What are its attributes? What are its functions?
Used to describe the stages of something ; the steps in a linear procedure; a sequence of events; or the goals, actions, and outcomes of a historical figure or character in a novel. Key frame questions: What is the object, procedure, or initiating event? What are the stages or steps? How do they lead to one another? What is the final outcome?
Used to represent a problem, attempted solutions, and results. Key frame questions: What was the problem? Who had the problem? Why was it a problem? What attempts were made to solve the problem? Did those attempts succeed?
Used to show the nature of an interaction between persons or groups . Key frame questions: Who are the persons or groups? What were their goals? Did they conflict or cooperate? What was the outcome for each person or group?
Used to show the causal interaction of a complex event or complex phenomenon .
Key frame questions: What are the factors that cause X ? How do they interrelate? Are the factors that cause X the same as those that cause X to persist?
Used to show how a series of events interact to produce a set of results again and again Key frame questions: What are the critical events in the cycle? How are they related? In what ways are they self-reinforcing?
Used to show causal information , a hierarchy , or branching procedures . Key frame questions: What is the superordinate category? What are the subordinate categories? How are they related? How many levels are there?