Skip to 0 minutes and 0 secondsHopefully you've enjoyed week three and are ready to continue to lead pre-teach sessions and to start to look for opportunities to assign competence to your focus learners in lessons. Remember the aim is to help your focus learners to be active and influential in lessons not to simply run pre teach and assign competence - the focus is on the learners learning rather than on you doing. You will comment online about a specific example of assigning competence and how it meets the four criteria shared with you this week. You may wish to read more about assigning competence as part of complex instruction by accessing the research paper.

Skip to 0 minutes and 37 secondsIn week four we will explore how using pre teaching and assigning competence together can maximize the impact on learners.

Summing up week 3

Remember: …the aim is to help your focus learners to be active and influential, not to run pre-teach sessions and assign competence.

That is, the focus is on the learners learning rather than the teachers doing!

Have you found you are able to hit the four criteria of public, intellectual, specific and relevant to the group task in your assigning competence?

Share with us your experiences with your focus learners and any challenges you have encountered.

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