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  • Collective Memory
  • Plenary 1
    • Did you know any of the words already? If so, which?
    • Why are the colours significant do you think? (did you notice this at the time?)
    • Would these words be difficult or easy to learn and remember? Why?
    • Can you see any patterns of letters that would help you predict other Spanish words from English words?
  • geograf ía geography historia history biolog ía biology tecnolog ía technology religi ón religion educaci ón física physical education
  • What do you think these words might be in Spanish?
    • solu tion
    • revolu tion
    • introduc tion
    • pollu tion
    • ac tion
    • na tion
    • solu ci ón
    • revolu ción
    • introduc ción
    • polu ción
    • ac ción
    • na ción
    • Metacog Plenary – Questions
    • How did you do the task?
    • How did you work together?
    • What did the first person do?
    • Was this different from everyone else?
    • Did your original plan work or did you change it?
    • What was hard about the 10 seconds?
  • Identifying successful thinking ■ You link your strategies in a plan that may have evolved and which you can explain. You are more aware of how you worked as a group. You use prior knowledge to help interpret the image and to predict features of the image. You may also predict how the strategy might have to change in other circumstances. ■ You can link your strategies together to present it as a plan – ‘First we did this, then….’. You have a rationale for your plan. [“we did this because…”] You are aware of how you might have changed your plan and can give reasons. You use some prior knowledge. ■ You can identify several strategies that you used and make comments on their worth or effectiveness. The strategies are not connected and don’t constitute a plan. You might mention changing strategies. ■ You can describe one or two strategies that you used and make valid comments on how well they worked or how they could be improved. ■ You can describe one or two strategies that you used, but can’t say whether or how well they worked.
  • viernes jueves mi ércoles martes lunes espa ñol m úsica ciencias historia f ísica 2.00 geograf ía arte tecnolog ía espa ñol inform ática 1.10 la hora de comer 12.30 teatro qu ímica arte qu ímica franc és 11.40 biolog ía historia matem áticas religi ón educaci ón física 10.50 el recreo 10.30 alem án espa ñol espa ñol educaci ón física matem áticas 9.40 matem áticas ingl és ingl és ciencias geograf ía 8.45