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Slide 2 Slide 3 small talk BIG TALK Slide 4 Slide 5 WHO &you Slide 6 Slide 7 small talk BIG TALK Chinese Listening Help Me Find My Voice OUTSIDE OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE Slide 8 Slide 9 VAMPIRE facilitation Slide 10 Slide 11 Pointing at StuffMexican Shush Ping Pong ProverbsCocktail Party (Evil)ometerShuffleswap Slide 12 Pointing at StuffMexican Shush Ping Pong ProverbsCocktail Party (Evil)ometerShuffleswap Slide 13 Pointing at StuffMexican Shush Ping Pong ProverbsCocktail Party (Evil)ometer Shuffleswap Slide 14 Quirky but queen Slide 15 Slide 16 WHO &you Slide 17 Slide 18 Start before you begin Slide 19 Slide 20 Slide 21 Slide 22 Slide 23 Avoid lethal mutations Slide 24 Without adherence to first principles of learning, surface procedures tend to be adopted, adapted and ritualized in such a way that they cease to serve the thinking function they were designed to foster... Some modifications so far depart from the original philosophy that they can be termed lethal mutations. E H Haertel via Brown AL and Campione JC Slide 25 Slide 26 Slide 27 Slide 28 Slide 29 Slide 30 having something to say from saying it SEPARATE Slide 31 Slide 32 Slide 33 Slide 34 small talk BIG TALK Chinese Listening Help Me Find My Voice OUTSIDE OUTSIDE INSIDE INSIDE Slide 35 Slide 36 Steal your own thunder Slide 37 Structure for games that encourage a community of enquiry to develop. Slide 38 Slide 39 Slide 40 Slide 41 Slide 42 Slide 43 A conceptual education. P4Cers think about concepts that are common (we share them) central (we care about them) contestable (we can disagree about them) Slide 44 Reality Friendship Power Knowledge Beauty Perception Celebrity Slide 45 Reality Friendship Power Knowledge Beauty Perception Celebrity Metaphysics Ethics Politics Epistemology Aesthetics Phil. of Mind Topical? Slide 46 Which is the most important thing about a friend? a. You can trust them. b. You like the same things. c. They spend time with you. d. Something else. Why? Slide 47 Which is the most important thing about a king or queen? a. They can win wars. b. Their people love them. c. Their people fear them. d. Something else. Why? Slide 48 Which is the most important thing about a story? a. The characters. b. What happens. c. The way it ends. d. Something else. Why? Slide 49 What do all languages have to have? a. Words. b. Sounds. c. Meanings. d. Something else. Why? Slide 50 Which of these makes someone a leader? a. Personality. b. Power. c. Followers. d. Something else. Why? Slide 51 Slide 52 Making it real time Slide 53 The lull Slide 54 Slide 55 Slide 56 Slide 57 Slide 58 Slide 59 Slide 60 ChineseListening The Fingertrap Slide 61 Slide 62 Slide 63 ear Slide 64 you Slide 65 ear you eyes Slide 66 ear you eyes undivided attention Slide 67 ear you eyes undivided attention heart Slide 68 TOYS TOPIC Slide 69 TOYS Girls/boys Living/nonliving Play/work Traditional/ modern Child/grown up Favourite toys Outgrowing toys Imagination/ imitation TOPIC > CONCEPTS Slide 70 Should some toys be just for girls? Would it be dull to play forever? Are toys better now than 100 years ago? What can count as a toy? Why do children have more toys? What makes something grown up? Why do we pretend? Can you love a toy? TOPIC > CONCEPTS > QUESTIONS Slide 71 Story of twins with swapped toys In or Out Game How To Live Forever How many ways can you play with Home/school dialogue about toys Can you love a toy? Bring in a new and a too old for toy. Story of a boy who couldnt pretend TOPIC > CONCEPTS > QUESTIONS > ACTIVITIES Slide 72 Imagining alternatives Defining, categorising Challenging assumptions Creativity/ brainstorming Giving reasons, disagreeing agreeably Types of love making distinctions Examples, similarities Empathetic thinking TOPIC > CONCEPTS > QUESTIONS > ACTIVITIES > SKILLS Slide 73 Imagining alternatives Defining, categorising Challenging assumptions Creativity/ brainstorming Giving reasons, disagreeing agreeably Types of love making distinctions Examples, similarities Empathetic thinking TOPIC > CONCEPTS > QUESTIONS > ACTIVITIES > SKILLS > MISSING? Questioning>Q uestion the teddy bear Slide 74 Imagining alternatives Defining, categorising Challenging assumptions Creativity/ brainstorming Giving reasons, disagreeing agreeably Types of love making distinctions Examples, similarities Empathetic thinking TOPIC > CONCEPTS > QUESTIONS > ACTIVITIES > SKILLS > MISSING? > BIG QUESTION Questioning>Q uestion the teddy bear WHAT MAKES A GOOD TOY? Slide 75 Slide 76 Slide 77 End before you finish Slide 78 Slide 79 VAMPIRE facilitation Slide 80 Voices Slide 81 Argy-bargy Slide 82 Movement Slide 83 Passion Slide 84 Imagination Slide 85 Relevance Slide 86 Empathy Slide 87 Voices Argy-bargy Movement Passion Imagination Relevance Empathy Slide 88 Slide 89 Slide 90 Book1 Slide 91