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'Rapid Progress' Class Activity by @TeacherToolkit

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This can be modified to suit any subject and topic. I do NOT claim this resource to be a new idea; just a strategy that works very well in the classroom that is worth sharing. This idea is perfect for …

This can be modified to suit any subject and topic. I do NOT claim this resource to be a new idea; just a strategy that works very well in the classroom that is worth sharing. This idea is perfect for sharing success criteria; and also demonstrating progress within the lesson. The topic can be used as a starter or plenary and feed into a main activity - using the same process - for students applying success criteria for classwork; coursework and exams.

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  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • The criteria is deliberately NOT shared with students – very similar to NOT sharing lesson objectives or a success criteria. Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Second time around; share the criteria with students for 30 seconds only. Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Second time around; share the criteria with students for 30 seconds only. Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Second time around; share the criteria with students for 30 seconds only. Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit
  • Demonstrating rapid progress during a start activity: By @TeacherToolkit

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  • 1. TEACHER SLIDEA starter or plenary activity fordemonstrating rapid progress.The success lies in hiding/then sharing the criteria. This techniquecan be applied in all context…Contact me for clarification – TeacherToolkit@me.com (April 2013)
  • 2. In 3 minutes….
  • 3. Draw a novelty USB designin 3 minutes
  • 4. Add your name and thenswap papers…
  • 5. Mark the work based on thefollowing success criteria.
  • 6. Front view – 1 pointSide View – 5 pointsUSB clearly identified – 2 pointsGreat drawing – 3 pointsOk drawing– 2 pointsSimple drawing– 1 pointsPrice – 1 pointColours listed – 3 pointsSizes listed – 5 pointsMaterial name – 10 pointsOpen and closing parts – 10 pointsAnnotation – 15 pointsWhat Why How – 25 points
  • 7. Excellent = 70 – 83 points (Level 6)Good = 50 – 69 (Level 5)Ok = 30 – 49 (Level 4)Poor = 0 to 29 (Level 3)
  • 8. Now draw your design againusing the same successcriteria – 5 minutes
  • 9. You will see the next slide for30 seconds
  • 10. You can see this for 30 seconds only!Front view – 1 pointSide View – 5 pointsUSB clearly identified – 2 pointsGreat drawing – 3 pointsOk drawing– 2 pointsSimple drawing– 1 pointsPrice – 1 pointColours listed – 3 pointsSizes listed – 5 pointsMaterial name – 10 pointsOpen and closing parts – 10 pointsAnnotation – 15 pointsWhat Why How – 25 points
  • 11. Swap papers and score thedrawing.Add the total.
  • 12. Front view – 1 pointSide View – 5 pointsUSB clearly identified – 2 pointsGreat drawing – 3 pointsOk drawing– 2 pointsSimple drawing– 1 pointsPrice – 1 pointColours listed – 3 pointsSizes listed – 5 pointsMaterial name – 10 pointsOpen and closing parts – 10 pointsAnnotation – 15 pointsWhat Why How – 25 points
  • 13. Excellent = 70 – 83 points (Level 6)Good = 50 – 69 (Level 5)Ok = 30 – 49 (Level 4)Poor = 0 to 29 (Level 3)
  • 14. How do your results compare?What is a criteria?Why is the success criteria important?How do you find the success criteria?How can you use it?
  • 15. Adapted by @TeacherToolkit