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Tema: The Wedding Trip

Tema: The Wedding Trip
Hej Många frågar hur vi planerade temat till The Wedding Trip och här kommer en sammanställning! Mina kollegor, Maria Ekelund och Marie Hansson, och jag har allihop 9or i år. Vi bestämde oss för att göra ett större projekt där alla eleverna var inblandade. På vår skola har vi nivågruppering och de elever som behöver mycket tydlig struktur och som fokuserar på att nå målen i engelska deltog inte. Totalt hade vi 65 elever med i projektet. Syftet var att vi skulle kunna bedöma alla elever och hjälpas åt med de kunskapskrav vi kopplat till detta. Vi har 2 x 60 minuter engelska per vecka. Lektion nr 1 och 2 : Introduktion av temat. Mellan lektion 2 och 3 gav vi respons på elevernas texter och kollade så att det inte var helt utflippat. Lektion nr 3 och 4: Speed Dating Speed Dating Under Speed datingen samlade vi alla elever i ett och samma klassrum. Speed dating tar sin tid och det måste få ta tid. Lektion nr 5: Instruktionerna till temat: The Wedding Idag gifter de sig! Lektion 6,7,8,9

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