Monthly Archives: April 2017

King Lear

You are the youngest daughter in your family. Your father is demanding that you tell him how much you love him. In your own words, tell him what you really feel about his question. What are you prepared to say … Continue reading

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Peer Review 4

Hey Jonas! What a fantastic creative blog! I absolutely agree with how you have painted humanity reacting to the night. But I ask myself so often… why ARE we like this? Why do we not embrace the dark like we embrace … Continue reading

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PRAC DAY 4: 05/04/17

Identify some examples of family engagement in the school you visit? How involved are parents in the education of the children? Within my allocated school I perceive that the parents of the students are significantly involved in their learning. This … Continue reading

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PRAC DAY 3: 29/03/17

  Identify examples of Constructivist theory in the classroom you observed. Today I attended a class and observed the students participate in group work and then present this work to the rest of their peers. Students were given content on … Continue reading

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First Edition of Shakespeare’s First Folio

You are in love with the First Edition of Shakespeare’s First Folio. Tell the story, in your own words, of how this wonderful work came into the hands of the State Library of NSW. You are of course allowed to … Continue reading

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Peer Review 3

Hey Ronny, Nice creative piece! It sparks some ideas in me and so I am thinking maybe I should have done this topic for my blog this week! I would say the overriding feeling I get from your entry is the … Continue reading

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