Top tips march 2013

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Top tips march 2013

  1. 1. Top TipsMonday 18 March
  2. 2. Developing QuestioningPlan questions to cover your differentiated LOsHave red, amber and green coloured cardsWhen students answer questions, give them the appropriate colouredcard for their answerYou could ask them to develop their answer for a higher colouredcard, or pass the next stage question to another student
  3. 3. L.OTo understand how the poet presents therelationship between parent and childAll must be able to retell the events between parent and childMost should be able to give examples from the poemSome might be able to comment on the language and what it showsabout the relationship Extension – make links to other poems or Romeo and Juliet
  4. 4. Laura - in the first stanza, she has the baby. The motherlikes her daughter a lot and feels a bond to herLucy – she talks about the “red rope” in the first stanzaLaura – the rope could symbolise the umbilical cord – ametaphor. Or it could symbolise that there is a connectionbetween them, that they are tied togetherExtension – Lucy. This poem is like Romeo and Julietbecause in Act 1 Scene 4 Capulet talks about how much heloves his daughter and says she means the world to him, sothey are both about the strong bond between parents andchildren
  5. 5. You can target particular questions to particular students as part ofdifferentiationYou can extend students through getting them to develop the answersthey giveYou can stretch the more able G&T with extra questionsTap into our students’ competitive nature by getting them to add uppoints at the endGood for demonstrating progresshttp://www.facinghistory.org/resources/strategies/teaching-strategy-question-fo
  6. 6. EBI and take up time in practical subjectsAnticipate areas where your students will needimprovementPre-prepare EBI cards you can hand out. This could be at afixed mini plenary time or whenever you feel intervention isneededHave a wall area where you can stick the EBI cards as theyare achieved during take up time or during the lessonThey can be colour coded to match your differentiated LOsTim

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