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Getting students to blog @bertramrichter Curriculum Leader – MFL Tile Hill Wood School & Language College Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Tile Hill Wood School & Language College Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Student blogging Session outline: Why? How? Examples (KS3-5) Short Practical Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Creates a learning community feel away from the traditional classroom (also perfect revision resource for GCSE and A-level) Provides an authentic audience for student writing (peers and ‘real’ world) Supports differentiation - forum for less extrovert/confident students Encourages reading & listening before being able to comment on anything Develops reflection & debate – threaded comments simulate debate Builds ICT skills Outlet for creativity - a platform to showcase web 2.0 work enriches the classroom through authentic and current material (videos) Allows for multiple feedback loops / peer assessment Brings in expertise from the outside Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Creates a learning community feel away from the traditional classroom (also perfect revision resource for GCSE and A-level) Provides an authentic audience for student writing (peers and ‘real’ world) Supports differentiation - forum for less extrovert/confident students Encourages reading & listening before being able to comment on anything Develops reflection & debate – threaded comments simulate debate Builds ICT skills Outlet for creativity - a platform to showcase web 2.0 work enriches the classroom through authentic and current material (videos) Allows for multiple feedback loops / peer assessment Brings in expertise from the outside Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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High impact Low effort High impact High effort Low impact Low effort Low impact High effort Impact Effort

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How? Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Which blogging platform? Email posting and … Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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(threaded!) commenting: Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Publish their work for them! “work” = anything embed-able (wordles/tagxedo/storybirds/vokis/tripline/ linoits…) get students to email you the link OR the embed code you post & they comment Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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1. Sharing and celebrating work (KS3) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School http://thwlanguages.posterous.com/tahsin-63049 http://thwlanguages.posterous.com/ajantha

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2. Peer- and self-assessment (KS3) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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thwlanguages.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/carmen/#comments Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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3. Peer- and self-assessment (KS4) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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GCSE controlled assessment blog: Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Using the sidebar as an AfL checklist: Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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4. Using (threaded) comments (KS5) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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http://alevelgerman.wordpress.com/2011/10/14/sathus-partei/ http://alevelgerman.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/trendsport-oder-vereinssport/ Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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5. Developing speaking (KS5) Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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http://alevelgerman.posterous.com/ Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Creates a learning community feel away from the traditional classroom (also perfect revision resource for GCSE and A-level) Supports differentiation - forum for less extrovert/confident students Encourages reading & listening before being able to comment on anything Develops reflection & debate – threaded comments simulate debate Allows for multiple feedback loops / peer assessment Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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High impact Low effort blog their work for them – they do the assessment start SMALL & with your ‘best’ class make the most of email publishing & threaded comments Impact Effort

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ililc3@posterous.com Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Explore: www.thwlanguages.blogspot.co.uk www.alevelgerman.wordpress.com www.gcsegerman.blogspot.co.uk Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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Getting students to blog @bertramrichter Languages @ Tile Hill Wood School

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