#tmpompey Danielle Kohlman

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#tmpompey Danielle Kohlman

  1. 1. Purple Page of Progress @kohlmand www.magpieandtry.blogspot.co.uk Adapted from magpied idea presented at #pedagoolondon by @renniesherrie!
  2. 2. Purple Page of Progress @kohlmand www.magpieandtry.blogspot.co.uk  Giving students dedicated time to respond to written feedback.  Coloured paper easy to find in books to check and provide evidence of dialogue.  Easy to differentiate students can have different purple pages depending on their needs.
  3. 3. Purple page of progress: Spell checker Read the feedback carefully. Find any words your teacher has shown are spelt wrong. Use a text book or dictionary to find the correct spelling and write it below. Write a sentence using this word spelt correctly. Purple page of progress: Digging deeper Read the feedback carefully. Identify all the questions your teacher has asked you in the feedback. Answer each question. Write in full sentences. If you are unsure use your book, text books and other students on your table to help you before you ask the teacher.
  4. 4. Purple page of progress: Match up
  5. 5. Purple page of progress: Take Two. Re-draft you answer to the exam question below. Sequencing task to start. Students then have structured order to put into paragraphs. Stick original exam q on one half and annotate. Write the mark scheme starter followed by re- draft.
  6. 6. Purple page of progress:
  7. 7. Purple page of progress: Condense your learning
  8. 8. Purple page of progress: Condense your learning
  9. 9. Purple page of progress: Condense your learning
  10. 10. @ MissRHiggs
  11. 11. Purple Page of Progress @kohlmand www.magpieandtry.blogspot.co.uk  Giving students dedicated time to respond to written feedback.  Coloured paper easy to find in books to check and provide evidence of dialogue.  Easy to differentiate students can have different purple pages depending on their needs.

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