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What’s the connection?
Has Shakespeare influenced all other writers?
OBJECTIVELearning objective: To understand howShakespeare has influenced modern writersI know lots of     I can compare   ...
5 typical ways to answer a question                      Unistructural                     I have one idea                ...
WERE YOU LISTENING?• In pairs work out which of the statements  goes with each of the SOLO levels:           Prestructural...
SOLO stations protocol1.   Think carefully about which SOLO station you should start at     – the aim of the lesson is for...
REVIEWLearning objective: To understand howShakespeare has influenced modern writersI know lots of     I can compare      ...
NEXT STEPS…• How could you use SOLO in other  lessons?
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Shakespeare intro to solo

  1. 1. What’s the connection?
  2. 2. Has Shakespeare influenced all other writers?
  3. 3. OBJECTIVELearning objective: To understand howShakespeare has influenced modern writersI know lots of I can compare I can use mydifferent things Shakespeare’s knowledge to askabout plays with whether modernShakespeare and modern texts writers are justhis plays copying Shakespeare
  4. 4. 5 typical ways to answer a question Unistructural I have one idea about this subject Prestructural Multistuctrural I’m not sure I have several about this ideas about this subject subject Extended Relational abstract I can link my ideas I can look at these together to see ideas in a new and the big picture… different way.
  5. 5. WERE YOU LISTENING?• In pairs work out which of the statements goes with each of the SOLO levels: Prestructural Unistructural Multistructural Relational Extended abstract
  6. 6. SOLO stations protocol1. Think carefully about which SOLO station you should start at – the aim of the lesson is for you to have a deeper understanding of the topic and make progress – not to see who finishes first!2. Move around the stations in order (Prestructural, Unistructural, Multistructural, Relational, Extended abstract) you can start at any SOLO station though – see point 13. Read the success criteria for each SOLO station carefully4. Only move on when you feel confident enough (use the success criteria to help you) you can always go back a station if you need help5. Make sure that you have spent time on the Reflection tables during the lesson and shared your ideas
  7. 7. REVIEWLearning objective: To understand howShakespeare has influenced modern writersI know lots of I can compare I can use mydifferent things Shakespeare’s knowledge toabout plays with explain whetherShakespeare and modern modern writers arehis plays texts just copyingvvvvvvvvvvvvvv lllllllllllllllllllllll] Shakespeare
  8. 8. NEXT STEPS…• How could you use SOLO in other lessons?

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