So if I wanted to make an appointment with you – don’t do it yet – then you would write my name down at nine O’clock, and she would write your name down at nine O’clock.
And this requires us getting up out of our seats, going around and making appointments.
And when each appointment has been filled they then go back to their seat.
Then at random I will say now go and find your 3pm partner and then off they go, sit together, and then I will ask them to answer some quick quiz questions, or some other activity.
It has to be fairly quick, they talk about what they are doing, they are sharing ideas, and then time is up and then I say, right, now go to your 4pm partner, and then they have to do another activity.
So it is working with people they don’t normally work with, and hopefully encouraging learning in each other, encouraging confidence in each other, and improving their social wellbeing too.
Right, now Latin, of course, is not just about words, it is learning about the Romans as well.
So we are now going to do a quick revision quiz, in pairs, about the Romans.And I want you to talk to each other – whispering, of course, because you don’t want anybody else to hear the answers – and here is ...These links are my listings of favorite sites about speed dating reading.Everyone who has visited my blog should visit the first site, it really has some good information about speed dating reading.Jennifer Shearer the principal teacher of Classics at Kirkcaldy High School explains about the learning technique of speed dating where the pupils work with different partners on quizzes, translations, and vocabulary revisions.Teacher: So find somebody at nine O’clock, at ten O’clock, at eleven O’clock, at midday, at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.