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Main Activity Sequence
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Use this page to design the learning activity?, or sequence? of activities, that you want students to do in this learning session. The Activity checklist is intended to remind you what you need to think about when designing each activity. The Other activities section links you to the preparation and assessment activities, as well as any additional or alternative activities needed, e.g. to provide extension activities or cope with unforeseen situations.
If you want to try a new technique or tool for a familiar form of activity, explore the Techniques and tools section for ideas, tips and examples.
If you are basing the sequence on a particular model of learning, you can go to the Outline sequences section and open a set of headings and prompts which you can paste into your notes on this page.
For each activity:
- Give it a brief title or label (e.g. 5-10 words)
- Which learning outcome does the activity support?
- How long should the activity take (start & end times, or duration)?
- What is the nature of the activity: i.e.
- Will students work individually, in pairs or in groups during the activity? If working collaboratively:
- How big are the groups?
- How do you want to divide up the students? (i.e. Can they choose, or do you want to decide yourself?)
- How would you describe the teacher’s role (or roles) in this activity?
- Examples: coach, leader, facilitator, instructor, mentor, moderator, presenter, supervisor
- How will students get support and/or feedback?
- While they work or after they have finished?
- From the teacher, computer or each other?
- What tools and resources will you and the students need? e.g. books, handouts, Websites, IT, other equipment. Check also the Resources? page.
- What additional or alternative activities do you need to plan: i.e. for extension or reinforcement, or for unforeseen situations? Don’t forget to describe them on the Additional / alternative activities? page.
To format your notes for each activity, you can [obtain this checklist] as a table and copy and paste it into your Notepad as many times as you need. Use the Notepad’s Help for guidance on working with tables.
Other activities in this session
Techniques and tools
[Links to different types -- as on the contents page]