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    • Lesson One PlanLearning objective: I will learn a little about the EPQ course by thinking about what itmeans to be an independent learnerLearning objective: I will learn to be objective by presenting evidence for a variety ofopinions that I do not necessarily agree withTime Teacher Pupils0-5 Introduce learning objectives Listening Explain rules of Human Bingo5-20 Starter Playing Human Bingo Playing Human Bingo20-30 Talk through slides 6-10 Listening Asking any relevant questions30-35 Explain Independent Learner activity Complete Independent Learner worksheet Hand out worksheet and feedback ideas: • What is an independent learner? • What does an independent learner look like? In groups of four draw/label /annotate the picture of an independent learner. Include: • Personal attributes • Skills and/or competences • Any other relevant information35-40 Get feedback from pupils Feedback ideas40-42 Mini plenary on LO1 Red/amber/green42-45 Connection Listening Introduce next task (slides 15-17) In groups, discuss a statement which gives a point-of-view on the riots during August Groups will feedback and we will discuss your opinions as a class You will then go away and look for evidence to both support and argue against the original statement Present your findings to the class45-55 Circulating groups Working in groups discussing quote on slide 17 “This wasnt a general uprising, says Christian Guy, policy director at think tank the Centre for Social Justice. It was a well co-ordinated operation, which is likely to have been led by young people in street gangs, he believes.” Do you agree/disagree? Why? Who else might be to blame?
    • 55-60 Feedback on whiteboard (slide 18) Feedback ideas and discussions60-65 Development Listening Hand out worksheet and explain activity: • Use the internet to research people’s opinions on what they think caused the riots • Make a powerpoint to present to the class the evidence that you find70-110 Circulating, helping groups Working on research and putting together presentation110-140 Facilitate presentation and discussion of Pupils present their presentations to the different perspectives, opinions and group evidence: Who/what caused the riots? Has your opinion changed?140-150 Plenary Tell the person next to you: Give discussion time (3 mins) and get • Three things you are excited about feedback regarding EPQ • What being objective has helped you find out about Pack away