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Friday, June 11, 2010

Strange Fruit

Categories: Glaciation, other
My S5 Intermediate 2 class is made up of students who are progressing from Int 1 and therefore have a reasonable knowledge of the course content to come. I will be using this random name picker with them, from Russel tarr's classtools fruit machine template. The class will sit back to back. In some cases, they will be asked to describe/explain the term on the board to the person facing away from it, and at other times, the back to back will include both having knowledge of what's on the board and then one person completes the diagram, while the other gives formation explanation

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This has worked well previously and hopefully helps avoid too much repetition from the teacher.