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Lesson Plan pro forma
Class: 9AS (ii)
Set ability (around level 5/6
in the old NC levels)
indicate levels of attainment
Da...
 J.B. Priestley
 Mr Birling
 Mrs Birling
Homework and practice:
 N/A
9AS Assessment feedback 3.5.2016
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9AS Assessment feedback 3.5.2016

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9AS Assessment feedback 3.5.2016

  1. 1. Lesson Plan pro forma Class: 9AS (ii) Set ability (around level 5/6 in the old NC levels) indicate levels of attainment Date: 3.5.2016 Time: 11:15 – 12:20 No. of pupils: 23 Unit /SoW: An Inspector Calls – Act Two Key Learning Goals: ref. to exam board criteria/NC as appropriate Extract question following the new GCSE Eduqas Spec. … in pupil-friendly format: LO: To understand the feedback given and to write an improvements paragraph on individual and collective feedback Expected Learning Outcomes: all pupils? some pupils? a few pupils? All pupils will write an improvements paragraph taking into consideration the group feedback and individual feedback given. Opportunities for Assessment: Formative & summative  Self-reflection – students will be self-reflecting and thinking abouttheir own flaws in their writing. This will allow them to be honest before getting the feedback in their assessments  Teacher questioning – the teacher will ask pertinentquestions which will garner discussions and tips to improve.There will be 4 points that the teacher goes through and small exercises which students will have to complete verbally as well as written.  Improvements paragraph – using the feedback given,students will have to write an improvements paragraph.This will be a chance for students to put their understanding of feedback into use. Cognitive challenges: Desirable difficulties for all abilities; how will students progress? Writing an improvements paragraph – students will have to focus on the feedback given to write an improvements paragraph. Theywill already be thinking what they have to improve personally, as well as the feedback given by the teacher and as a group. EBT strategies: e.g. APK, reciprocal teaching, collaborative learning, advance & visual organisers, similarities and differences, goals, repetition and practice, meta-cognition, feedback, cognitive challenge, subject knowledge, summaries and note-taking  Collaborative learning – pair and share their ideas – how can they improve their writing. Key Terminology:  An Inspector Calls  Socialism  Capitalism Resources:  A4 lined paper
  2. 2.  J.B. Priestley  Mr Birling  Mrs Birling Homework and practice:  N/A

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