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Planning minibite

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Importance of planning - not just for the sake of it

Importance of planning - not just for the sake of it

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  • 1. Planning Where do you start? What is it for?
  • 2. Planning is for you and your students It allows you to pull together the components of learning and so that you think about EVERY student in your classroom
  • 3. Plans are not written for the benefit of obser vers - a plan is only worth anything if it leads to learning
  • 4. Ofsted They are looking for lessons which are ‘well-planned’ NOT ‘have a plan’ Any planning must be linked to progress and learning
  • 5. Have a look at the plans you have brought along with you What learning has been planned for? How is that learning going to be measured? How will you know they are learning? How are students being supported? How are students being challenged? Do you need all the activities?
  • 6. Essentials for Good Planning Differentiated learning objectives - support and stretch and challenge Key vocabulary and ways of engaging students AfL and questioning Progress through thinking skills Learning episodes and your role/student role within these
  • 7. Learning Objectives Skills based, not task centred The outcomes are what students will DO Objectives are what students will LEARN
  • 8. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy is a good way to structure learning and progress - in lessons and over time
  • 9. Bloom’s verbs to help write objectives