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Metacognition - Group Debate Worksheet Sessions
  • This teaching resource contains five lesson about self-regulated learning and metacognition: each lesson is designed around A3 group debate worksheets.

    These learning-sessoins use A3 Debate Worksheets to foster discussions about self-regulated learning, learning-power, and metacognitive issues amongst small groups of students. The intention is that students are in groups of 3-5 and that the debate worksheets circulate around the room, with groups rotating the worksheets every five minutes, so that different groups can discuss them and add ideas.


    It covers five topics, each contains eleven debate worksheets. Each topic comprises a learning session, though the resources can be used as shorter learning activities. The five topics discussed, each with their own group debate learning session, are:


    1. Thinking Deeply About The Value of Education
    2. Thinking Deeply About Thought
    3. Thinking Deeply About Memory
    4. Thinking Deeply About Concentration
    5. Thinking Deeply About Independent Learning


    A short instructional PowerPoint is also included so as to guide the learning sessions. 

    Metacognition - Group Debate Worksheet Sessions

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    • Focus: Metacognition, Self-Regulated Learning, Metacognitive Awareness & Learning-Power

      Main Aim: To use group discussions and debates to foster metacognitive reflection and awareness.

      Designed for students aged 11-16


      License Terms:
      Whole-School License


      System Requirements:
      Microsoft Office
      WinZip (we recommend: 7-Zip or WinRar)
      Windows 7+, 1.5GHZ, 1GB RAM
      File Formats: .doc (Microsoft Word) & .zip


      Printing Information:
      This product requires an A3 printer [US Size: Tabloid / Ledger (ANSI B)]


      Copyrighted by The Global Metacognition Institute (2019)
      Strictly not for re-distribution outside of your own school.

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