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April 13, 2011


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Jamie Portman

Another super post Mr Harte. Powerful stuff and something that can obviously be applied to almost anything!

What about that for a comment then: " "but you could link the preceding direct object agreement with the superlative triggering a subjenctive becasue they both have a feminine agreement" I've got no idea about what it all means but if that ain't higher order thinking when it comes to vocabulary then I don't what it is!

Remember: we are soldiers!

Bloody brilliant you are.


scott clark

Hi Chris, I used something very similar with y13, I gave them 12 cards and they made links in groups, shared ideas, then refined them. They all came up with different links, and shapes, it was great to watch. A perfect task to review heavy History topics. The students really enjoyed it. I will send you the image of their work.

Scott Clark


An interesting post thanks. I havent read the post from @DKMead on hexagonal learning and i am about to read it!
I too have tried out the #SOLO learning approach with my y10 GCSE group. I came across the ideas from @learningspy and Taitcoles and in their writing they mention @dkmead as well.
This approach works really well for AQA A GCSE Geography as it builds upon the mark scheme and the 3 levels that the mark scheme is broken into. It is easier to for pupils to see the progress between one SOLO stage and the next than it is to explain the differences between one exam grade and the next. I think my pupils appreciated it because of this.
If you want to read any more about my efforts then please look at my blog www.whenisitdueinsir.wordpress.com

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