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Creating thinkers in the Ethnic School Language Classroom. Dr. Teresa De Fazio School of Education Victoria University. Why create thinkers? Don’t our students think already? Do you present activities that engage their thinking?. Six ‘metaphorical’ hats. Let’s get thinking ….

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creating thinkers in the ethnic school language classroom

Creating thinkers in the Ethnic School Language Classroom

Dr. Teresa De Fazio

School of Education

Victoria University

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Why create thinkers?Don’t our students think already?Do you present activities that engage their thinking?

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

six metaphorical hats
Six ‘metaphorical’ hats

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

let s get thinking
Let’s get thinking …

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

white hat thinking
Tell me a story…

Recount as a:

Cloze activity

Oral retelling

Ordering and sequencing of facts etc.

Gather data

What are the facts

Locate the information

White hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

red hat thinking
Feeling/reaction chart

Express your feelings (emotions – cards)

What are your emotional reactions to the story?

Red hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

black hat thinking
Story flashcards

Deeper level work with the cloze

Identify the problems/issues?

What events/issues came up in the story that were not dealt with constructively/appropriately?

Black hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

yellow hat thinking
Story flashcards

Deeper level work with the cloze

Identify the positives

What events/issues came up in the story that were dealt with constructively and appropriately?

Yellow hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

green hat thinking
Draw a solution

Mind map a set of solutions

Flow chart a solution

Plan a solution

Describe a solution

Create a solution

What could be a more appropriate alternative to the problem?

How could the situation be changed to be more positive/resolved?

Green hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

blue hat thinking
Students take on a metacognitive approach to their learning – they look at and lead their own learning putting on their own hats as needed.

Conduct/lead the thinking

Consider the thinking process

Blue Hat thinking

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

start easy to become familiar with the process then have fun with real life issues
Start easy to become familiar with the process, then have fun with real-life issues

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

global warming
Global warming

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

the value of language learning to you
The value of language learning to you?

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007

which hat should our students wear at the end of their language learning experience
Which hat should our students wear at the end of their language learning experience?

Dr. Teresa De Fazio, Victoria University, 2007