Updated: Jan 13, 2019
Challenge yourself and your students by introducing a random item into your lesson.
You will have a Monopoly game item in your tray on Tuesday - how will you embed it into your lessons on Friday? Enjoy and let us know how you get on.
Holly Okell's example:
If a Physician gets a car, they could discuss the longitude and lateral forces of a car! Provides a chance for you to try something new, challenge yourself and hopefully students!
Catherine Brook's example:
Include the piece in your lesson. This may be explicitly: so if I was teaching about globalisation, I would refer to the growth of container SHIPs and how they have been instrumental in the development of global trade. Alternatively, you may make implicit / covert references to your piece and then challenge the students to identify which piece you were given.