1200 1600 1600 - 1450 14501400130012103000 20001700 Strong Cultural conformity for burials found. By start of 1750’s significant wealth indicators begin to be seen ‘Shaft Grave Era’ Record built from burial finds. Poor settlement finds for this period Thera eruption thought to be c.1540 bc Collapse of Minoan Civilisation evidence of Mycenaean expansion begins Suggested date of real ‘Trojan War’ Destruction of many Mycenaean palaces and collapse Height of Mycenaean cultural age and dominance Mycenaean Palatial Period Myc society flourishes and settlement record expands Start of Middle Bronze Age and Middle Helladic Periods Start of Late Helladic. Start of dominant Mycenaean civ Early Helladic Little evidence of organised mainland civilisation. Small, isolated Agarian communities Chronological Development of Mycenaean Civilisation
1250 16001500145013751350’s13503000 20001700 Grave Circle B at Mycenae Also see Minoan NeoPalatial period begin after destruction of Palaces Evidence Chronology for Mycenaean Civilisation Grave Circle A Between 1600 - 1500 used for multiple burials Tiryns fortified Mycenae fortified Expansion of Mycenae citadel. Lion Gate built Grand Tholos tombs built Minoan collapse Start of Middle Bronze Age and Middle Helladic Periods. Significant burial record Late Helladic begins. Period of 1600 – 1450 known as ‘Shaft Grave Era’ due to Mycenae burials Early Helladic Little evidence of organised mainland civilisation. Small, isolated Agarian communities This is an example text. Go ahead and replace it with your own text. It is meant to give you a feeling of how the designs looks including text.
17001600 - 15001400 -13001375 - 1250Pre-1750 Use of natural resources and standardised burials Grave Circle A Palace building and Expansion Grave Circle B Grand Tholoi Majority of Linear B record 1250 -1200 Evidence
Aims today 1.To teach you to ‘suck eggs’ 2.Provide extra ideas 3.Start thinking about T&L in a new way 4.Provide abundance of resources 5.Continue working together online
The Approach Extending Understanding Imbedding a Philosophy Promoting student responsibility for learning Testing in a different way Creative Activities & Ideas on a Shoe String Budget
Active Learning adds a grade and a half to achievement. Professors John Hattie and Robert Marzano’s findings show that, for the best active methods, if you put a student in the experimental group, then on average, they will do more than a grade and a half better than if they had been placed in the control group.
The 3-Stage Technique for Effective Learning Based on Geoff Petty’s work on effective recall (Teaching Today). Each recall fixes the learning more firmly in the LTM.
Left and Right Brain Functions A person’s dominant hemisphere is usually occupied with language and logical operations, while the other hemisphere controls emotion and artistic and spatial skills. In nearly all right- handed and many left-handed people, the left hemisphere is dominant
Speed Dating / Blind date John Leggott College Give students set questions and answers, and move along the line to a timer Students have to ask each other questions to build up a tally The ‘couple’ with the highest tally wins Or One Qs asker, three answerers Themed to answer ‘in character’ Asker has to choose and justify why
Youtube Countdown Clock John Leggott College 30 Second countdown - useful for quickly directing students to collect/ put away mini whiteboards or put lab coats on.
Jeopardy John Leggott College Students answer questions in teams to score points Use mini whiteboards http://www.superteachertools.com/jeopardy /
L V D S W I C U H N J l G G W D B P A G One click Blue – two clicks Yellow Blockbusters
Pod - Casts Students adore this All you need is a minidisk and mic Then upload to intranet Can be downloaded onto I-pods or listened to online Students expected to script and record Great revision