Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Day 22: Student Answers

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We probably all do the same after students have completed a reading or listening task: check the answers with students and write these answers up on the whiteboard. But why do we have to check in the same old fashion?

We could spice up answer checking in a few quick and simple ways:
  1. Tell students to compare their answers before checking as a whole class.
  2. Get students to come up to the whiteboard and write the answer.
  3. Get students to nominate other students to answer the following question.
  4. Pick out student names from a hat to choose the next student.
If we mix it up a bit, it will add to a nice bit of variety.

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