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15 designing lessons 3

  1. 1. Designing Lessons (3) - curriculum opportunity and planning for progression07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  2. 2. In one sentence for each, explain: – Long term planning – Medium term Planning – Short term planning Long Medium Short planning planning planning07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  3. 3. Starter Activity - ReflectionConsider the stages of teaching your Micro-teachactivity: – Preparation – The teaching and learning – Assessing the outcome07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  4. 4. Our lesson observations revealed that in classes run byeffective teachers, pupils are clear about what theyare doing and why they are doing it. They can seelinks with earlier learning and have some ideas abouthow it could be developed further. The pupils want toknow more. – Capel, S (2007).07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  5. 5. Principles of good lesson design07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  6. 6. Key elements of good lesson plansGood lesson plans usually have:• lesson objectives which can be shared with pupils;• a clear structure for the lesson;• brief notes on key questions and teaching points;• brief notes on specific activities;• brief notes relating to needs of individuals or groups (for example, SEN or G&T);• a note of how any additional support will be used;• reference to subject issues, for example developing vocabulary;• references to relevant resources;• an indication of any homework to be set. 07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E Planning lessons OHT 3.4
  7. 7. Learning, not doing “Educational objectives cannot be stated in terms of what pupils will be doing, such as working through an exercise or drawing a map. These are activities used to promote learning. The educational objectives must describe what is to constitute the learning. One of the major pitfalls in teaching is to neglect thinking precisely about educational objectives and to see planning as simply organising activities. While the two go hand-in- hand, it is all too easy to think that a lesson that went well logistically was effective (i.e. the pupils did what you intended) until you ask yourself what the pupils actually learned.” Chris Kyriacou (1998). Essential Teaching Skills07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  8. 8. Intended Learning OutcomesPractice and develop skills in planningeffective: • learning objectives • learning outcomes and • sequences of lessons07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E
  9. 9. Plenary SDSStart to Devise/prepare a plan for delivering asequence of learning that engages learners in yourchosen subject knowledge area (4) medium termplan LTSDT assignmentBRING TO SESSION 24 Wk14: CURRICULUMDEVELOPMENT: MATERIALS FOR DELIVERING MODERNDESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY – PRESENTATION Monday29th October for all groups!!Along with Select and prepare appropriate materialsfor a set of learning experiences (approx. 3). (3)07 October 2012 Subject Application Studies DT/E