Assessment A:Settlement Change Feedback & Targets
Feedback (Higher)Mark (25)        Grade   20             A*   18             A   15             B   13             C   10 ...
Feedback (Foundation)Mark (25)       Grade   15            C   10            D   8             E   7             F   6    ...
Class StatisticsA*-A = 37.9% (Target = 13.8%)A*-C = 58.6%Target A*-C = 93%Class average: 58.1% = Grade CBoys average: Raw ...
Targets    •     TIME MANAGEMENT    •     Use key terms at every opportunity e.g.    •     Never leave a question unanswer...
Unit 2: River landscapes                           What are some of the things we’ll                              be study...
What is today’s lesson objective?         To identify the features of a drainage          basin and river channelStudents...
How will I achieve today’s        lesson objective?  You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin  You should:• Be...
What is a drainage basin?    You’re sitting    in one!Use analogy of sink, splashing water & gravity / Describe DB basics ...
How will I achieve today’s        lesson objective?  You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin  You should:• Be...
What are the features of a                           drainage basin system?Students write title / Refer diag & locations o...
Task:        • Add dashed lines and label        the upper, middle and lower        course of this river.Dist DB features ...
What are the features of a river channel?Dist river channel features ws / Discuss features
Students complete heads & tails / Debrief
Students complete cross section labels / Debrief (can show next slide)
What are the features of a river channel?Debrief - students mark
How will I achieve today’s        lesson objective?  You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin  You should:• Be...
What are the features of a river channel?               Memory madness!                                 Task:             ...
What are the features of a river channel?               Memory madness!Student peer mark – emphasise revision technique. I...
Plenary
Do you know your drainage basin terminology?
Match the label to the correct letter Watershed                             c Confluence Tributary    b Source            ...
Home work  Task:• Ensure key terms are updated on your  glossary• Revise key terms for next lesson
What was today’s lesson objective?         To identify the features of a drainage          basin and river channelStudent...
How did I achieve today’s        lesson objective?  You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin  You should:• Be ...
Foggy?, Misty?, Clear?
You have only………..    Task:    • Draw & label all the features of a    river cross-section from memory.    • You will need...
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    1. 1. Assessment A:Settlement Change Feedback & Targets
    2. 2. Feedback (Higher)Mark (25) Grade 20 A* 18 A 15 B 13 C 10 D9 & below E
    3. 3. Feedback (Foundation)Mark (25) Grade 15 C 10 D 8 E 7 F 6 G5 & below U
    4. 4. Class StatisticsA*-A = 37.9% (Target = 13.8%)A*-C = 58.6%Target A*-C = 93%Class average: 58.1% = Grade CBoys average: Raw (%) = Grade ?Girls average: Raw (%) = Grade ?V.A: -0.5
    5. 5. Targets • TIME MANAGEMENT • Use key terms at every opportunity e.g. • Never leave a question unanswered • Know your case studies: Need detailed place-specific facts & figures / If asked for a named … • Do not confuse details of one case study with another – the examiner marking your paper teaches the syllabus and will know you are wrong. • Understand command words: Describe (write what you see); Explain (give reasons) • Underline command words and key terms from the question stem E.g. Compare & advantages and disadvantages • Check the marks allocated for each question to determine level of detail – this will help you manage your time effectively. • Devise your own exam revision cards to help you revise effectively NOTE: If anyone fails to achieve at least 10 marks (Grade D), this means that you have not revised SIMPLE EQUATION: 9 (OR BELOW) marks = Failure to complete homework = after-school detentionStudents write select & write three targets in their learning logs; together with raw score, % and grade / Return exam papers for moderation
    6. 6. Unit 2: River landscapes What are some of the things we’ll be studying in this topic?Dist topic checklist for students to stick in exercise books Students write title on clean side / Click photo for clip
    7. 7. What is today’s lesson objective? To identify the features of a drainage basin and river channelStudents note in planners
    8. 8. How will I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin You should:• Be able to identify & define at least 4 features of a drainage basin and river channel cross-section You could:• Be able to improve your memory.
    9. 9. What is a drainage basin? You’re sitting in one!Use analogy of sink, splashing water & gravity / Describe DB basics and key terms / Students write title & definition in glossary
    10. 10. How will I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin You should:• Be able to identify & define at least 4 features of a drainage basin and river channel cross-section You could:• Be able to improve your memory.
    11. 11. What are the features of a drainage basin system?Students write title / Refer diag & locations of DB basic features / Then show Clip Bank – Upper course
    12. 12. Task: • Add dashed lines and label the upper, middle and lower course of this river.Dist DB features ws / Complete tasks / Students update glossary
    13. 13. What are the features of a river channel?Dist river channel features ws / Discuss features
    14. 14. Students complete heads & tails / Debrief
    15. 15. Students complete cross section labels / Debrief (can show next slide)
    16. 16. What are the features of a river channel?Debrief - students mark
    17. 17. How will I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin You should:• Be able to identify & define at least 4 features of a drainage basin and river channel cross-section You could:• Be able to improve your memory.
    18. 18. What are the features of a river channel? Memory madness! Task: • Look at your river cross-section diagram for 30 seconds. Remember everything. • Draw & label all the features of a river cross- section from memory, in the back of your exercise book. • You will need to also include the key.Expl physical geog involves many features /Revision technique - Students turn back of exercise book, draw & (all) label river cross section from memory.Allow 30 secs obs then 3 mins draw & label – click timer /Student peer mark – emphasise revision technique. If 7 / 9 labels = 1 HP or all incl key = 2HPs / Is revision technique useful? – discuss with students
    19. 19. What are the features of a river channel? Memory madness!Student peer mark – emphasise revision technique. If 7 / 9 labels = 1 HP or all incl key = 2HPs / Is revision technique useful? – discuss with students
    20. 20. Plenary
    21. 21. Do you know your drainage basin terminology?
    22. 22. Match the label to the correct letter Watershed c Confluence Tributary b Source d a
    23. 23. Home work Task:• Ensure key terms are updated on your glossary• Revise key terms for next lesson
    24. 24. What was today’s lesson objective? To identify the features of a drainage basin and river channelStudents note in planners
    25. 25. How did I achieve today’s lesson objective? You must:• Be able to define the term drainage basin You should:• Be able to identify & define at least 4 features of a drainage basin and river channel cross-section You could:• Be able to improve your memory.
    26. 26. Foggy?, Misty?, Clear?
    27. 27. You have only……….. Task: • Draw & label all the features of a river cross-section from memory. • You will need to also include the key.Re-read task / Click sound icon / Click icon to return and peer mark at end of time

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