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Education consultant, Matthew Tosh, introduces tips on how to run a good discussion in a Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 science classroom.
The Junk Food Science lessons use a range of discussion-based learning approaches to engage students in structured conversation about food and healthy eating.
The science teachers are both from Woodkirk High School near Wakefield. They have created learning environments which encourage secondary students to communicate effectively, learn from each other and try out new ideas.
This video highlights their tips for facilitating successful discussion as well as seeing the Junk Food Science lessons in action with groups of Year 8 pupils.
Part of the series: Junk Food Science - News Report