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Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
Lesson plan 13th february pti
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Lesson plan 13th february pti

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  • 1. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 Personal Teaching and Learning Targets (taken from evaluations and learning conversations referencing QTS standards) To give deeper praise. Instead of just praising a pupil, tell the whole class why you are praising them. This will then allow other pupils in the class to hear what element of their work is being praised and will result in them replicating it. QTS standards 1 and 6 (Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils and make accurate and productive use of assessment). Learning Objectives (Highlight those to be shared with pupils) Learning outcomes/Success Criteria (Highlight those to be shared with pupils) To explore Shakespeare’s language and develop our knowledge of Elizabethan vocabulary. To explore Shakespeare’s language and develop knowledge of Elizabethan vocabulary. To be able to evaluate the levels of assessment they have achieve during the lesson. Context (National Curriculum links, scheme of work information, insight into previous lesson, etc.) Previous lesson: Part of the Introduction to Theatre SOW. Previous lesson introduced pupils to Shakespeare’s language. They looked at English words first used by Shakespeare and then matched that word to the play Shakespeare used in it. For example: Green-eyed monster in Othello. They learned why Shakespeare’s language is so difficult and learned some Shakespearian phrases. They then translated Shakespeare’s language into modern English. This lesson will be looking at: Speaking and Listening AF3 and at levels 5 and above. All pupils are encouraged to aim high; therefore lower levels are not mentioned. Pupils are given opportunity to self-assess using the assessment criteria to check their levels.
  • 2. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 Individual learners’ needs Developing and incorporating literacy, numeracy, and ICT: xxxxxxxxxxxx – constant reiteration of task. xxxxxxxxxx – does not like being put on the spot with questioning, but if he raises his hand I make sure I ask him as he is obviously comfortable to speak on that occasion. Recap of definitions of key terms (literacy) Be aware of time constraints (numeracy) Learning and Teaching Sequence
  • 3. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 Time Link to learning objectives and outcomes Pupil Teacher Differentiation Assessment 5 Minute s 1 minute s 5 minute s 4 minute s 10 minute Shakespeare Word search To enable pupils to discover the more unusual plays by Shakespeare Go through LO Did the pupils notice how I greeted some of the pupils? Go through assessment criteria Introduce the class to the first insult All pupils All pupils All pupils All pupils All pupils are to think about how they would deliver the insult. Volunteer required to come to front of class and deliver the line in various ways Register Walk round, checking all pupils are engaged and not struggling. Pointing pupils in the direction of answers Explain what is required from today’s lesson. Flicked thumb at them as they entered the room Give all pupils higher levels within assessment criteria pointing them to what is achievable for all. Will remind pupils to think of non- verbal language and tone of voice. Will only model the answer if the pupils do not grasp the idea Have class direct the student to perform it in different ways, None required None required None required None required – all pupils are expected to achieve their fullest potential None required Class discussion What did my gesture mean and why is it relevant to today’s lesson Question: what do the pupils notice about the levels of assessment? xxxx – will be asked to deliver the insult, then volunteer asked for if he is not happy to do so
  • 4. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 s 10 minute s 10 minute s 10 minute s Pupils are given their own insult to look at, practice and think about how they would deliver the insult and then insult their neighbour Pupils and put into groups and given an insults dictionary and asked to translate their groups insults and explain why the language is insulting On representative from each group will deliver the best insult and explain what it means to the class in modern English Plenary Which level did they hit? Why? What could they have done to achieve the next level? Why? All pupils All pupils Representatives from each group All pupils contemptuously – looking the student up and down, angrily, shouting – pointing finger aggressively etc. Threateningly – circling and hissing through teeth etc. Remind pupils of tone, mood and non-verbal gestures. Also remind pupils of expected behaviour. Example of model answer Facilitate task Get pupils to record levels Give ideas to those who are not as comfortable with this type of task None required as peers will assist Point pupils in the right direction if needed Class discussion Pupils to put thumbs up or thumbs down for the best delivered insult
  • 5. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 5 minute s
  • 6. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 Lesson Evaluation What was successful/not so successful? Why? What can I do about it? Annotate your lesson plan using these prompts: Explanation Questioning Assessment Differentiation Transitions Engagement Relationships Literacy Numeracy ICT Involvement of other adults These prompts are a guide for reflection, you are not expected to use all the prompts, but you are expected to demonstrate reflection. Targets
  • 7. 1 PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name Julie Robinson Subject English Class 7YEn2 Lesson Title Shakespeare’s Insults Date 13th February 14 Lesson Evaluation What was successful/not so successful? Why? What can I do about it? Annotate your lesson plan using these prompts: Explanation Questioning Assessment Differentiation Transitions Engagement Relationships Literacy Numeracy ICT Involvement of other adults These prompts are a guide for reflection, you are not expected to use all the prompts, but you are expected to demonstrate reflection. Targets

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