You need to organise the worksheets yourself!
What to do:
If your lesson requires students to record a lot of information down and they are reluctant to write, try this…
Get students to write on A3 paper.
Get students to write on A3 coloured paper- with Berol Fine coloured pens.
Break up the page by adding boxes/shapes- it is important- these are not completing random- the size of the box should reflect the importance of the notes/amount of notes.
Also give the boxes- sub headings to channel the students notes.
You could also- place symbols in the shapes/boxes- to reflect where the information should come from. I.E- *= Textbook &=Internet %=Class notes $=Peer
Below is an example of how you can split up a piece of A3 paper…
Students can write their notes on different shapes/stick onto a piece of paper or in their books!
Labels: Independent learning, Literacy