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Relevance and Connection – My Disastrous Lesson

  • Ben Anderson

Abstract

My “disastrous lesson” is not an example of a particular lesson plan that, for various reasons, did not work. Though I have experienced classes that did not go so well, I have decided to focus on a particular assessment task that was given to Year 9 students during my school placement. This is because of the helplessness I felt at the time and what I have learnt since.

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References

  1. Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD). (2014). Assessment advice. Retrieved from http://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/teachers/support/pages/advice.aspx
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