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British Parliamentary Debating Model
This student-led discussion tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Evaluating Multiple Interpretations Generative Learning Object
This student-led discussion tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Filling the gaps
The premise of the activities in this resource (appropriate for an individual or a group) is that the time that students spend between lectures, seminars and workshops is as important as the time they spend in class sessions because this is how and where students develop the critical ability to work independently. However, students, especially first-years, need to be taught these skills and these activities provide guidance on how you might go about that work with methods that that push beyond the well-worn phrase, ‘read the book and think about it.’

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Inclusive seminars
Two exercises on inclusive seminar design, for use by English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. One activity is for use by an individual lecturer working alone; the other is for use in a group setting. Both activities involve the viewing of video examples of English Literature seminar leaders in action. There is also an overview of the activities.

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Nightmare scenarios
Two exercises designed for use by English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. One activity is for use by an individual lecturer working alone; the other is for use in a group setting. The activities are designed to sustain novice lecturers and tutors in facing the things that most worry them about working with groups. The object is to achieve a base level of confidence which then bit by bit becomes self sustaining. The group activity involves the viewing of a video of English lecturers discussing potential solution to common seminar 'nightmare scenarios'. There is also an overview of the activities.

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Peer Assessment
This student-led discussion tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Peer reviewing a seminar: Oliver Twist
Two exercises on seminar planning designed for use by individual English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. Both activities involve viewing a video of a seminar in English Literature. These activities offer lecturers the opportunity to apply and enrich their understanding of the seminar in a concrete way. By treating an example of a seminar as a text, they open up a number of questions about the dynamic of the seminar process. There is also an overview of the activities.

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Peer reviewing a seminar: The Bonesetter's Daughter
Two exercises on seminar planning designed for use by English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. Both activities can be used either by individual lecturers or in groups. They involve viewing a video of an English Literature seminar. The activities have been designed to create a suggestive space in which to think about the languages of seminars, and the forms of social, intellectual, and personal exchange that take place within them. There is also an overview of the activities.

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Reflective Writing
This student-led discussion tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Self-Assessment
This student-led discussion tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

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Seminar design
Two exercises on seminar planning designed for use by English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. One activity is for use by an individual lecturing working alone; the other is for use in a group setting. These activities are designed to stimulate thought about the forms and processes of small group teaching, suggesting ways in which a lecturer or tutor might move mentally between preparing their curriculum or content knowledge and their developing insight into how people learn in groups. There is also an overview of the activities.

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Small group teaching (Collection 4 of 7)
This Collection is the fourth of seven that make up 'The Pool', a selection of Open Educational Resources designed to support the professional development of English lecturers. This collection of activities for individuals and groups aims to help lecturers come to terms with some of the challenges of designing and running seminars. Of interest to lecturers at different career stages (especially those just setting out), and to leaders of accredited courses.

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Student-led Discussions
This is a collection of tools for a student-led seminar framework. Each tool is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Student-led Discussions
This seminar format is described and evaluated in terms of benefits, challenges and required resources; also offers references to further reading. Based on 'Religion, Culture and Gender', a level 2 module in Religions and Theology, University of Manchester.

Shared with the University by Katja Stuerzenhofecker

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Thinking about seminars
Two exercises on planning and running seminars designed for use by individual English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. The activities invite lecturers to plan small group teaching on the basis that the seminar is not simply a vehicle of transmission, but an organism with a life of its own, operating simultaneously at social, intellectual, and emotional levels.

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