The Kinetic Lesson: An Approach for Disengaged Students

My notes revealed that many students used distraction techniques to avoid work. It became apparent that most students found it difficult to listen effectively to instructions; teachers and teaching assistants would need to repeat those individually. The class had, by March, started controlling the lessons by becoming louder and by denying their abilities.

To develop a strategy for the research, I considered what exactly I would be researching. I wished to understand whether a kinetic lesson (active lesson) would assist the students to learn. Two bottom-set groups will be taught the topic of ‘rounding’ in an active way. In order to measure the learning, I will assess their ability before and after the active lesson, as well as how much they pick up during the activity.