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Curriculum content descriptions

Interact in classroom activities and discussions through asking and responding to open-ended questions, giving opinions and making suggestions

[Key concepts: interaction, learning strategies, exchange; Key processes: responding, participating, advising]

 (ACLGEC156)

Elaborations
  • initiating interactions in a class or group activity, such as by assigning roles to others, for example, Patrick, du kannst den Text schreiben! Sarah, du machst die Fotos!
  • stating a problem and asking for advice, for example, Ich habe mein Passwort vergessen. Was soll ich machen? Wie lernt man am besten Vokabeln?
  • discussing and sharing learning strategies, for example, Lerne jeden Tag zehn neue W├Ârter! Ich lerne Vokabeln am besten, wenn ich sie in einem Satz schreibe.
  • participating in classroom activities and discussions to manage shared learning experiences, considering and commenting on the contributions and views of others, for example, Ja, das stimmt.; Sie hat Recht.; Ich bin anderer Meinung.
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Classroom activities,  Open questions,  German language

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