Download this mini-worksheet which can be given to students at the end of a lesson: it’s a quick activity that encourages students to become self-aware and to reflect on their current state-of-mind and how it impacts their learning.
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How To Use:
Print off the work-sheets and guillotined/cut so that each worksheet is 1/4 of an A4 page.
Add the included PowerPoint slide into your lesson’s presentation.
Give the students the worksheet (and glue) at the end of your lesson: the activity just takes a few minutes!
A metacognitive reflection worksheet (.pdf)
A PowerPoint instructional slide to guide students (.ppt)