2 minute teaching

 

  1. What are we trying to achieve?
  2. Practical: Components of Explanations
  3. Exploration
  4. Practical: 2 minute teaching 1
  5. Producing an Explanation
  6. Listening Skills
  7. Skills in Exploring
  8. Skills in Explaining
  9. Practical: 2 minute teaching 2
  10. Skills in Teaching
  11. Relationship
  12. Practical: 2 minute teaching 3
  13. Learner’s Hooks

What are we trying to achieve?

Input: Explanations Questioning
Listening
Output: Exploration Knowledge
Skills
Attitudes

Practical: Components of Explanations

Exercise: 

  1. Spend 2 minutes listing 5 most important components of giving an explanation
  2. Spend 2 minutes discussing these in pairs

Exploration

Types of Questions: Binary closed
Recall
Thought
Open
Styles of Questions: Clear or confused
Encouraging or neutral
Broad or narrow in focus
Statement or hypothetical

Practical: 2 minute teaching 1

Exercise:

  1. Divide into 3s- 1 learner, 1 teacher and 1 observer
  2. Using cards provided, carry out the teaching task described for 2 minutes (timed by observer)
  3. Discuss for 2 minutes (further discussion can be kept for the last half-hour in larger groups)

Producing an Explanation

Exercise:

  1. Singly, spend two minutes writing a concise explanation for a lay person as to why humans will drown if underwater
  2. In 3s, discuss these briefly

Listening Skills

… you all know already

Skills in Exploring

  • Sequencing
  • Coning (not conning!)
  • Dive-bombing

Skills in Explaining

Getting from A to B

Practical: 2 minute teaching 2

Exercise: as before

  1. Divide into 3s- 1 learner, 1 teacher and 1 observer
  2. Using cards provided, carry out the teaching task described for 2 minutes (timed by observer)
  3. Discuss for 2 minutes (further discussion can be kept for the last half-hour in larger groups)

Skills in Teaching

  1. Signposts
  2. Frames – context/frame of reference
  3. Foci d Links

Relationship

STRUCTURED
COLD WARM
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Practical: 2 minute teaching 3

Exercise: as before

  1. Divide into 3s- 1 learner, 1 teacher and 1 observer
  2. Using cards provided, carry out the teaching task described for 2 minutes (timed by observer)
  3. Discuss for 2 minutes (further discussion can be kept for the last half-hour in larger groups)

Learner’s Hooks

What is the learner’s concept of a ‘good’ GP?

 

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