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17th February 2012 at 00:00


Beginning to feel slightly bad that I don't write learning intentions on board for every class. Should I? I always talk about them.


I don't either. No point, the kids don't readunderstand them. We talk about them beforeafterduring, I use visual targets.


Don't need to be written, just shared and understood by teacher and pupils.


You should look at @KristianStill Google doc on learning intentions. Variation not a bad thing.

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