The resources in this learning path could be used as stimuli for students, with the teacher creating tasks around the varied resources. These include template documents for Personal Reflection Year 1 and Personal Reflection Year 2, starter phrases to promote deeper student reflection and a presentation on the use of graphic organisers in personal reflection. These resources are intended to inform and promote discussion and reflection in preparation for the Personal Reflection task which consists of a Statement in Year 1 and a Statement in Year 2. An extract from the Chief Examiner's Report 2014 relevant to this task is also included to highlight the assessment of this task and recommendations to both teachers and students.
7 resources in this Learning Path
Two publications - theory of active learning and templates to facilitation implementationView full description
Series of slides which give a detailed overview of the Personal Reflection Task process including strategies in reflection and information regarding assessmentView full description
Writing frames to facilitate Personal Reflection Task year 1View full description
Writing frames to facilitate preparation for Personal Reflection Statement Year 2View full description
These graphic organisers are useful tools to allow reflection especially for Year 2 students as they reflect on two years of LCAView full description
These sentence starters are a prompt to students to encourage deeper reflection rather than description in their learning.View full description
This is an extract from the Chief Examiner's Report 2014 specific to the Personal Reflection Task. It provides a detailed breakdown of the assessment of the tasks both in Year 1 and Year 2.View full description
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