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Sandra Wills
13 October 2011

This role play has been designed to illustrate the diplomatic processes that were at work during the Versailles Conference in 1919. Students adopt the role of nation delegates negotiating a treaty to be signed. Germany was not involved in the negotiation but is required to sign or else.

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Two page/two picture description from EnROLE website

Two page/two picture description from EnROLE website

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IMS Description

IMS Description

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LAMS Sequence

LAMS Sequence: Versailles LAMS
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Description using Simulation Triad

Description using Simulation Triad

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Description using Design Decisions Framework

Description using Design Decisions Framework

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Sandra Wills
1:39am 13 October 2011


Please add other ways of describing this learning design.

Please comment on which description method works best for you in your context.

Sandra Wills
12:38pm 13 June 2012


Wollongong Workshop June 12th Group Feedback:

2 page/2 picture

strength - big picture, room for teacher to interpret, better for experienced educator, good resources

weakness - not for novice educators, lack of detail

Triad

strength - contextulaises

weakness - not for inexperienced teachers , lack of detail, lack of resources

LAMS

strength - high level engagement, experienced users

weakness - not for novices

IMS

strength - very prescriptive, suits novices, very good resources, best one for novices

weakness - very prescriptive, may not suit experienced teacher, lack of flexibility

Design Decisions Framework

strength - may suit experiences teachers

weakness - requires depth of knowledge of content, not good for novices, no overview, concern anout usefulness of information, presentation of information not effective

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