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Questioning. 9(1) Biology Project on Drug use and misuse. Context. Part of the Biology 1 GCSE POS Guided project leading to peer assessment and a GCSE Grade The class had been working on the project for several lessons. Aims of the questioning method used.

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questioning

Questioning

9(1) Biology

Project on Drug use and misuse

context
Context
  • Part of the Biology 1 GCSE POS
  • Guided project leading to peer assessment and a GCSE Grade
  • The class had been working on the project for several lessons
aims of the questioning method used
Aims of the questioning method used
  • To inject some pace into the activity – the girls would be happy to continue with the project indefinitely
  • Self assessment – for the girls to check their knowledge is in line a) with the criteria of the project and b) with the requirements of the POS
the task
The Task
  • Half the group were given questions relevant to what they need to know
  • The other half were given the answers – on large pieces of paper
  • The girls with the answers had to stand in a row holding their answers up
  • In silence the girls had to match up with their ‘partners’
  • The pairs then sat together and, in turn, chose someone else in the class to ask their question to
effectiveness
Effectiveness
  • The first activity did throw up some misconceptions and gaps in knowledge that I could address
  • The second activity ensured that all the class were listening as anyone could be asked; individuals could check on gaps in their knowledge and as a group they could help each other
limitations
Limitations
  • Group size – may be too long winded with large groups and not extensive enough with small groups
  • Group ethos – 9(1) is a top group and so is highly motivated and keen to improve performance
further development
Further development
  • Work on developing more challenging questions –
  • Questions with more than one answer
  • Questions with no right answer to generate discussion
  • Questions posed as a start of a topic; to ascertain previous knowledge or to generate thought
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