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Celebrations, Festivals and Rites of Passage – Chat pack

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Celebrations, Festivals and Rites of Passage – Chat pack

Included in the resource:

  • Explanation of chat packs
  • Example cards
  • Key to the thinking keys- Based on Tony Ryan’s’ Keys
  • 3 critical thinking cards
  • 5 creative thinking cards
  • 7 critical and creative thinking combination cards

See our book room for ideas about using related picture book texts to enhance any inquiry into celebrations, festivals and rites of passage, exploring how beliefs and identity can be expressed.

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Product Description

Celebrations, Festivals and Rites of Passage – Chat pack

Celebrations, Festivals and Rites of Passage – Chat pack is a teaching activity that supports students activate prior knowledge; develop connections; extend, inquire into and reflect on the topic of identity, belief systems and how they are expressed and developed through different celebrations, festivals and rites of passage. The resource is based Tony Ryan’s thinker’s keys that encourage students to use both critical and creative thinking.

Chat packs are designed to be a pressure free opportunity for students to develop speaking, listening and recording skills while sharing their current ideas and knowledge of a given topic.

Included in the resource:

  • Explanation of chat packs
  • Example cards
  • Key to the thinking keys- Based on Tony Ryan’s’ Keys
  • 3 critical thinking cards
  • 5 creative thinking cards
  • 7 critical and creative thinking combination cards

As groups discuss ideas connected to the cards, they should also be experimenting with different recording strategies.

  • Make sure lots of recording tools and graphic organisers are easily accessible for students to record ideas.
  • While the learners are discussing ideas, the teacher can use this opportunity to gather and record topic specific terminology/vocabulary being shared by students. This can then be used to enrich word study or spelling tasks. By doing this teachers are making visible to the learners that they values the prior knowledge and ideas being bought forward.
  • New, interesting and important vocabulary and ideas can be explored and developed using word web resources.

See our book room for ideas about using related picture book texts to enhance any inquiry into celebrations, festivals and rites of passage, exploring how beliefs and identity can be expressed.

Other connected resources include

You can rely on BeConWiz to give you what you and your students need.