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Monday, June 18, 2012

Sea wall of learning

This was the homework I gave one of my S3 classes in the first period I met them for our coasts topic. Students had categorized their coast brainstorm into physical features, human features and conflicts. I asked the class to either take or source one photograph as an example of each. We are currently collecting the responses and putting these on to our 'sea wall' at the back of the class which will occasionally become the front as students are invited to identify some of the relevant lesson points throughout the weeks from their own image. For example, we will soon be covering features of erosion and this will be a perfect post it plenary to spot what they have been learning about in class. An easy way to make a homework feed into the work the class will do rather than always reviewing what they have done.

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