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By Andy Leeder

This name takes a skills-based method, with each one part suggesting common rules to exploit in daily school room educating, together with particular examples of ways those can be utilized with various modules from ordinary institution via to highschool.

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Ask the same question. Now ask 1 and 2 to join with 3 and 4. Ask the same question for a third time. Take the task through to the final stage by getting all sixteen students together to complete the jigsaw. The task generates mystery, there is lots of collaboration and it is kinaesthetic. If this starter activity is used at the end of a unit, students will benefit from the fact that pre-learned information has been reinforced. If the starter activity is used to launch a new topic, students will embark on the work with useful contextual information.

Students are supported by a carefully designed writing frame and challenged by extension tasks. Have fun! IDEA 35 41 IDEA 36 Students enjoy the exposure to other forms of media through their geography lessons. It has always been possible to use music and films for a specific purpose in geography lessons, but with the advent of video and sound clips in software such as Microsoft PowerPoint, it has never been easier to select image or sound extracts to enhance the study of different geographical themes.

G. sanitation) can be reinforced during the exercise. 27 IDEA 23 Students find it difficult to get the most out of climate graphs at the best of times. This idea considers strategies to enable them to interpret and apply information from a standard climate graph. It also suggests a simple technique to help students sequence events and relate those events to seasonal change. When students look at climate graphs, we need to remind ourselves that they are attempting to process simultaneously a range of interrelated data (precipitation, temperature and the passage of time).

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