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  • 1. PROJECT BASED LEARNING
  • 2. DESCRIPTION OF PBL
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  • 4. PBL MAIN ASPECTS
  • 5. CHARACTERISTICS
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  • 9. PBL: ACTIVE VOICE Activity: Ask every student to write a story about a topic of their choice, using the active voice.
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  • 12. PASSIVE VOICEActivity: Withthestorywrittenbefore, askthestudenttorewriteit, usingthepassivevoice.
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  • 14. Here you have another example:
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  • 16. CONCLUSIONS:
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    • PBL is more effective than traditional instruction in increasing academic achievement on annual state-administered assessment tests.
    • 18. PBL is more effective than traditional instruction for teaching mathematics, economics, science, social science, clinical medical skills, and for careers in the allied health occupations and teaching.
    • 19. PBL is more effective than traditional instruction for long-term retention, skill development and satisfaction of students and teachers.
    • PBL is more effective than traditional instruction for preparing students to integrate and explain concepts.
    • 20. PBL can improve students’ mastery of 21st-century skills.
    • 21. PBL is especially effective with lower-achieving students
    • 22. PBL has one factor in common with traditional education - it takes good teachers to make it work well.
  • THANK YOU VERY MUCH!