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Stage 2: Pair answer The word system is often used to mean a way of doing things or a set of things linked together. However, in science, a system is a structure with inputs, outputs, and processes. For example, an ecosystem has inputs, outputs and processes. Stage 3: Group answer The word system is often used to mean a way of doing things or a set of things linked together. However, in science a system is a structure with inputs, outputs, and processes. For example, an ecosystem such as a rainforest has inputs (such as sunlight and rain), outputs (such as heat) and processes (such as photosynthesis).
Does not have to disagree with it personally. Devil’s advocate Questions the views that other group members take for granted. Deliberately argumentative. Takes the lead in asking questions to group members or to other groups. Questioner Presenter Takes the lead in presenting the group’s work to others. Researcher Finds, collects and reports back information. Statistician Responsible for numerical and statistical tasks. IT technician Takes the lead in using IT applications such as Powerpoint. Technician Responsible for collecting and managing IT equipment such as computers and data projectors.
This is an essential step if they are to develop skills of analysis and evaluation. Students are provided with an issue and have to identify the viewpoints that different individuals or organisations may adopt towards it. Each viewpoint is represented visually by a speech bubble and students write within the speech bubble. How to use These bubble quote graphic organisers are useful as a starting point for discussions or role plays and/or can be used as a method of brainstorming material to be used in a longer piece of writing.
50 Templates for Improving Teaching and Learning by Nigel Fisher, Peter Langley