Søket fant 4 resultater på 0.06 sekunder.
The lesson plan is divided into two main parts: (1) Debate about whether computers should be allowed in nurseries and early years at primary schools (equivalent to Barnehagen) and (2) Short essay.
firstname.lastname@example.org - 30.09.2015 16:00
The students are divided into groups and each group has to select a number of items from a bag using the lucky dip approach. They then have to write a story which involves themselves as the characters, together with the items that they have chosen. The aim is to develop skills in a number of areas: group work, creative thinking, creative writing at the same time as learning key words that the students will use in their future professions. It also presents an opportunity to discuss working in a multicultural society. The students think it's a fun activity too.
email@example.com - 27.10.2015 14:17
Storyline is a learning strategy, first introduced in Scotland in 1965, which has spread throughout the rest of Europe. Initially developed in primary school-settings its use has spread to secondary schools and further education colleges. In Norway it has been used at all three school levels. It is largely student-driven, activating oral and written skills. It requires group work with a high degree of cooperation needed. Students write up individually based upon group-decided criteria. The grand finale is a role-play, but this is optional.
firstname.lastname@example.org - 31.08.2015 11:53
The first stage of this task aims to explore the influence of advertising on a person's health, by considering the possible health consequences resulting from a specific food choice. It's a joint project between Vg1 English and Vg1 HO. The students are presented with two adverts from an English-speaking country, selected by the teachers, one of which features a healthy food choice and another of which features an unhealthy food choice. Each student will be given their own two adverts. The students will go on to produce a written assignment based on these two designated adverts.
email@example.com - 18.11.2015 14:34