Meanwhile, other students draw freely. They can listen while drawing, but we are not doing their duty to put himself in the attitude of the listener. Some students who have a recent event to tell their writing free text. This lasts about ten minutes.
It picks up the drawings. Students are asked to quickly select the two pictures to remember. These two drawings, supplemented as needed throughout the day will be incorporated into the Book of Life of the class.
What the Book of Life of the class that we recommend to all? Take a sheet of plywood 23 X 30, a cardboard sheet of the same size. Drill in each two holes ment standard ecarte- perforator. Buy two long bolts of 3 to 4 cm, which meet the two parts of your coverage.
You have a binder in which to place overnight; beautiful designs, the printed text, illustrated if possible, the best free text not printed, reviews of observations and experiments. After a few months, the Book of Life is full: detaching the binding and heated to a printer who, two strokes staples made a beautiful collection, or linking oneself with ribbons . The Book of Life is available for a new series. It’s 8 am 45.
We address immediately the free text. But free text is deleted on Monday. He is replaced by our life, text we write together, which reviews the activity and life of the week just ended and prepares projects for the week beginning.
The page of “Our Life” serves home page correspondence with parents. Saturday is sometimes spent on the final review of work plans. In practice we regularly three free texts per week and Monday of the page.
The manager goes to table and enter the names of students who have a text to present. Then everyone has read his text. We go to the vote: the text is designated. We put the point on the board. We shall repeat in another article which can be from the master for the preparation of these texts.
Along the way we look for words in the dictionary, you make observations spelling grammar and syntax. Then we go to the Hunt words, that is to say vocabulary on the topics raised by the text, and grammar (we’ll talk). It distributes lines to dial. The first team gets to work.
At that time began the complex work: two or three children are your printing table, others read in turn, all copy and do the work of grammar. Those who have completed before others will make their individual work plan. All this activity leads us around 10 h 15 at 10 am 30. We will then have half an hour of living calculation and various exercises calculation.
It will remain to us 30 to 45 minutes of free work according to plan, we emphasize that this first part of the class is for everyone, it meets the program requirements and schedules. Just indicate; French, writing, reading, vocabulary, grammar. Even if you do not go away, if you are still obliged to resort to manual calculation, history, geography or science, you will not get less done in your class a substantial portion of Modern School. You will go away eventually.
Here in our case the use of the second part of the day: We have a kind of part-time school. From 14 am to 16 pm, various activities as part of the plan: educational television, paintings, carvings, shop work, models, etc … From 17 am to 19 pm Class resumes with: from 17 am to 18 pm : free work according to plan, draw text, letters to correspondents, etc … from 18 am to 18 pm 30 minutes of work performed. From 18: 30 am to 19 pm, conferences.
What ordinary schools can they benefit from our experience? They can prepare; – 13: 30 am to 14 pm 30: free activities according to plan; – From 14: 30 am to 15 pm 30: Lessons post after studies and research according to plan; – From 15 to 16 h 30 h 30: as above the Freinet school. Try this new schedule and this form of work. We would like a discussion on this topic established and we will publish reports on experiments that we receive.
It takes us to establish for this new school standards acceptable to all and final. C. FREINET. http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/61-62/2/3-4.pdf
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