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|CARILEE 4 posts||
Please can someone help me with Question 11... I have submitted it but have been asked to redo it- I by mistake thought they wanted actual games. I am trying to think of a game that is long enough and has many stages. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
|Sells2011 6 posts||
I passed Q11 and this is the format I used:
Stage 1. Activity. Interaction. Timing.
1. Warm up: I used an activity where students brainstormed all the animals they could remember in pairs (Interaction, PW. Timing, 2 Minutes).
8. Lead into game:
10. Follow up task:
Although the question says that the 30 minute lesson has to be based around the game, I don't think the actual game has to be particularly long. I did read somewhere that someone allowed 15 minutes for their game but I only allocated around 7 minutes for mine and that seemed to be ok. Good luck :)
|Elkist 41 posts||
my game took 12 minutes and that was fine also. I used the same plan as above
|BeatrizDeZ 4 posts||
Hello, I passed it first time around. What I did was make a lesson plan just like any other but the controlled practice was the game played as a whole class and the free practice was the same game played in pairs.
WARMER, LEAD IN, PRESENTATION, CONTROLLED PRACTICE, FREE PRACTICE, HOMEWORK.
Hope this helps. Beatriz
|gingerninja1140 5 posts||
Hey guys, I've just gotten up to this question now. I was wondering does there have to be a minimum number of stages for the lesson? Previously I had done a 10 point stage plan for the 45 minute lesson plan. So could I use a similar format or would that be too many stages for a 30 min lesson? I know this seems a bit redundant, but I would like to have a general idea. Well done Beatriz on passing.
|bebsary 1 post||
Hay i passed first time as well and i did the same as BeatrizDeZ Cheers beb