How could I effectively use a combination of prezi / blog and paper-based activities?<br />Using the whiteboard you can place a section in context or use it to introduce group tasks/activities<br />Students are gathered around the whiteboard enabling rigorous ‘no-hands-up’ questioning routines to engage and motivate<br />Create or choose a prezi that covers the topic you want to introduce analyse or review.<br />In this case media theory: In this example mine is embedded in my blog – it makes lesson prep easier.<br />
Students can be effectively ‘paired’ to make best use of resources, established skill levels and time available; plus the meeting invite only lasts 7 days – no time allowed for slacking….<br />Create a template within prezi for one slide / image / statement.<br />*Invite students to ‘edit’ using the meeting facility in prezi – max of 10 students allowed at once<br />*allocate a timescale and ‘rules’ – e.g. is internet research and upload allowed?<br />* Decide who sets the rules – it is an excellent way to promote student leadership and discussion – how will the group organise their time, how competitive are they… <br />
What is being argued here?<br />Present a more balanced and evidenced argument<br />What impact do the images have?<br />Present evidence that I understand the way that concepts of ethics are used within this <br />Is there relevant information in the prezi that will contextualise this piece of writing – what am I the reader expected to understand?<br />What are the abstract and moral concepts here? <br />Who is the preferred reader?<br />Is ethical validity pre-determined?<br />KEY WORDS:<br />ASSESSMENT CRITERIA:<br />TIMESCALE:<br />
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