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Starters and Plenaries in Geography Helen Humphries KS3 Consultant, Bradford
Objectives To develop an understanding of the value and significance of starter and plenary sessions To provide examples of a range of different starters To provide examples of different types of plenaries
Jigsaws Laminate and cut up photographs ( normally into 8 pieces). Number them and give one to each pupil/ pair of pupils. Ask them to look carefully and try and work out what the photo is about. Then get them to join up with the adjacent number- e.g. 1 and 2, 3 and 4, etc Then get the 1,2,3 and 4s together and 5,6,7, 8. Generates mystery, it’s a kinaesthetic activity and there’s lots of talk
http://www.tucsoncitizen.com/local/archive/01/immig01/images/9_1_01immigration.jpg Who are these men and what are they doing? Who is this man and what is she doing? What is he carrying and why? Where is this? What is he carrying?
Questions Starter- ask them Plenary- answer them Classification based on Blooms Jeopardy- this is the answer, what’s the question Enquiry
http://www.feminist.org/other/sweatshops/sweatfaq.html What questions would you like to ask about this picture?
Can you find the questions? Here is a list of answers. Try to work out what the questions were? Constructive plate boundary Destructive plate boundary Geology Metamorphic The Earth Fossils The inner core The mantle An eruption