Last week, Alejandro divided us in groups. This group consisted of Eva, Sara Arenas, Andrea, Mónica, Elisa and Laura Borné. The teacher asked us to make a summary about what have we learned in class. We have special atencion about WHAT we have been doing in class, HOW and WHY.
1.-We made draws about what development means to us, and draws of ourselves in the future being teachers
2.- After we made the draws, we made groups about four or five people to describe the pictures from other people
3.- Next day we made bigger groups and tried to find the meaning of the pictures and the connections between pictures with the same meaning
4.- Both groups made a presentation about the simulation between the pictures
5.- We made a time line about our principals moments in our life
6.- We represent the time line walking forward and backward
The principal ideas we got doing this exercises are the following:
In order to draw what development means to us we think that it depending of the person the development is different because everybody has a different view point about how someone or something develops. So, because there are differents points of view, there are three different types of draws. Some people draw the development increasing, other decreasing (this happened with someone’s draw like the last stage of the development)
In order to make our timeline we worked in pairs and we realized that going to the past by now is different than going now to the past. We remember different things during the way.
We made those activities to try to understand development in every single person.
We made a timeline because we have to see how the past affects our development.
In general we don’t feel the age we trully have (i.e: a person can feel like a 20 year-old, but be 18 years-old).
With the timeline we remembered the most important momentes in our lives, and depending on the memory we felt better or worse.
When we saw other people’s draws and we compared with ours we could interpret the idea of development from other people.
Next we are going to study the develop for children.
- ¿Qué interpretación tienes sobre el desarrollo?
- ¿Qué sensación tuviste cuando hiciste la línea del tiempo?