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PROJECT BASED LEARNING

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Published on March 12, 2014

Author: fjmagda

Source: slideshare.net

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OBJECTIVES OF PBL

THE 5 OBJECTIVES OF A PROJECT BASED LEARNING

1. To improve their ability to solve problems and develop complex tasks

2. To improve their ability to work in groups.

capacity to: -Search for information -Analyse it -To select the best sources of information-To investigate

4. TO IMPROVE THEIR USE OF ICT IN MAKING A PROJECT -BLOGS -GOOGLE DRIVE -VIDEOS -PRESENTATIONS -TWITTER -INSTAGRAM

5. To promote their responsibility in their own learning.

ELEMENTS OF A PROJECT

The 9 elements that a good project should have

1. It should refer to a significante content: -Verb tenses -Vocabulary -Cultural aspects -and so on and so forth...

2. It should generate curiosity among students, a need to know.

3. It should have a good driving question. - When is war justified? -Why are Great Britain and Spain similar? -How can you contribute to a better environment in Valladolid? -What are the engines of the economy in your town?

4. Student voice and choice.

5. It should be done using ICT means.

6. It should promote inquiry and innovation.

7. Feedback and revision... by parents, teacher, peers.

8. To present the product in public to the class. It should promote their COMMUNICATIVE skills.

objectively. Using rúbrics, portfolios, evaluating their docs, posters, presentations.

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