Activities and Games for the Classroom
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No of Pages: 294
Publish Date: 07 April 2015
Teaching Reasoning: Activities and Games for the Classroom identifies essential reasoning skills from the Australian Curriculum and offers F–12 teachers 12 fun, engaging activities and games to teach those skills to students. Using these activities and games, students will develop the ability to critically analyse evidence and draw valid conclusions, thus becoming informed citizens destined for academic and lifetime success.
These short, flexible lessons each focus on a small set of foundational thinking and reasoning skills, and are paired with engaging activities and games students use to improve their proficiency with those skills. Teaching Reasoning offers clear, acceptable guidance on how to directly teach the components of specific thinking and reasoning skills, alongside games and activities that allow students to practise and deepen their understanding of the component skills in fun, engaging and memorable ways.
Using Teaching Reasoning, F–12 teachers will:
- refine students’ reasoning skills (using a combination of analytical and intuitive reasoning) in order to prosper in 21st-century universities and workplaces
- gain engaging classroom games and activities to support reasoning instruction
- provide students with the tools to reinforce their reasoning and relay complex information.
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|Publish date||2015-04-07 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Marzano Resources|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular|