|Lesson Plans for Lesson Plans|
Lesson Plans for Lesson Plans
Dec. 12th, 2007 @ 09:09 am
Interested how you went about & did it!!
I'd think this might be easier to do in non-holidays at first... At least at first... So you can look at their plans & advise & comment as they go along & help them revise...
This is an easy structure for something that can be done: at the Uni we just gave 5-minute oral presentations on a chosen topic of our choice (we wrote our names & chosen topics to a list with dates on it)... & gave out a handout for co-students... Sometimes presentations were with books/pictures/slides... This might be easiest to begin with... You could tell the kids the handouts, or stuff written on the blackboard/projected on the wall for others to copy, can be with exercises such as fill-in-gaps, crosswords... the goal is people write down things they say, so they have to listen...
(Little kids loved making crosswords or fill-in-letters/words language exercises or such, for their mates!! especially those that like to draw.. Some supervision of materials & revision might be necessary, though...)
I can imagine kids having lots of fun 'being teachers'!! Great idea!!
|Date:||June 23rd, 2008 08:34 pm (UTC)|| |
I actually wound up modifying a lesson plan format I found online and then created my own rubric. The kids did a great job and *loved* the project - I was actually considering not doing it next year, but I got a lot of positive feedback from my class.. .
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