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Visible Thinking Routines in the English Language Classroom


The role of the teacher is multi-faceted – not only do we have the responsibility of developing our learners’ language knowledge and skills, but also the cognitive, social and interpersonal skills they need to in order to be successful in school, work and life in the 21st century. Not least amongst these is the need to get our learners to start thinking for themselves and asking questions, rather than being spoon-fed. With examples from National Geographic Learning’s Reflect series, in this session I’ll show how we can incorporate visible thinking routines into our lessons to not only develop our students’ cognitive skills, but also to stimulate meaningful discussion involving all students.

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