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6 Nov 2020

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Could you correct this, please?


When assigning productive tasks, the teacher could apply the think -tac-toe strategy. The students will be allowed to select, from a list of tasks, what to do in order to show their understanding of the topic. Naturally, since it is not a well known strategy, the teacher will have to explain what each task is about, what is mandatory to include, and provide a rubric. In order not to overwhelm the students with the task (that could be seen as something big and unachievable), it is necessary to divide the task into stages and establish deadlines for revision, the teacher will check progress and provide feedback. By giving them choice, the students will feel more motivated and responsible for their learning. They will express their creativity and will enjoy each step of the development of the task.

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