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P2 University of Manchester Lesson Plan

Subject: ICT
Lesson context
Digital literacy

Class: Year 3
Childrens learning from
previous lesson S2b, S6b
Pupils have used application
software such as Microsoft
word Pupils created a typed
document about the story
Pandoras box using the
computer software purple
mash in the previous ICT
lesson. Basic ICT skills have
been been learnt across these
multiple programs.

Date: 13/11/14
Provision for inclusion (SEN, EAL, G&T, Beh,
GRT, LAC...) (S5d, S5b)
TA will support two pupils with SEN by
using talk boards.

Objective: what do I want the pupils to learn and how I will know they have learnt it?
Lesson objective
Success criteria: To be successful pupils
Differentiation (who will do what?)
(To)
will
link each activity to the success
criteria on the left (S5a)
To write a comment
Access the school website
TA will support EJ and EK with talk
on the class blog
Watch the slideshow slowing The
boards, encouraging them to sound
Ancient Greek Day
out, but not typing for them. HA will
Write a comment about what you liked
be challenged further as they will be
Correct key use (e.g. capital letters and
required to use the indent tab to
full stops)
format their sentences. HA group will
be encouraged to write at least 8
sentences and they will be required
to write in paragraphs and use the
and , keys appropriately.
Subject knowledge: what do I need to know in order to teach this lesson?
Concepts I will explain: S3a
I will model:
What a blog is and the purpose of the
I will talk pupils through the steps involved in writing a
school having a blog.
comment on the class blog.

Vocabulary I will use: S3a


Blog Indent
Slideshow
Resources
School blog

Pedagogy: teaching strategies I will use (S2d): eg talk


partners, investigation, active learning, games,
collaboration, IT.
Rally robin as many things that they can remember
about The Ancient Greek Day.
Safety S1a
Ensure no pupils swing on
computer chairs
Remind pupils of e-safety
Pupils need an email address to
post to the blog, so if they
havent got one, TAs will be
required to enter their own (this
is a safeguarding issue to check
the posts are legit). I will monitor
and authorise posts from the

weblinks

pupils.
Formative assessment and feedback (S6)
To challenge and extend the
pupils my questions are: S1b,
S6b

The HA pupils will have more challenging success criteria which


requires them to write at least 8 sentences, write in paragraphs and
use the and , keys appropriately.

What techniques and


strategies am I using to assess
the learning? (S6b)

I will be able to access pupils ability to access the school blog and
their ability to use basic ICT skills by circulating between computer
stations whilst pupils complete this ICT task. The level of mastery in
completing this digital literacy activity will help inform me of pupils
ability to apply ICT skills they have learnt across the multiple
application programs they have used (e.g. Microsoft word and Purple
mash).

How and when we I give


oral/written feedback to the
pupil against the success
criteria so that they can
respond? (S6d, S2a)

I will provide verbal feedback to pupils responses to the question


what do you remember about The Ancient Greek Day? I will be able
to spot pupils who are struggling with writing about what they enjoyed
about The Ancient Greek day which will allow me to give these pupils
some 1-1 support with this task. I will seek opportunitys to praise
pupils for meeting the success criteria and to pinpoint areas for
further development in future digital literacy tasks.

Teaching and learning sequence: How will I teach this lesson? What will I do? The guide to my
lesson (S6a, S4 and S7)
(Think about behaviour management, timings, transitions and assessment leading to feedback)
Behaviour/timing What the teacher is doing
What the pupils are doing
s/assessment
leading to
feedback
Starter (2 mins)
Pupils will rally robin as many things
Rally robin as many things that they can
that they can remember about The
remember about The Ancient Greek Day.
Ancient Greek Day.
We will discuss their responses and I
will recap on the events that took place
on The Ancient Greek Day.
Teacher
Listen to teachers explanation.
explanation
I will explain to pupils that they will
(10 mins)
write a comment on the class blog
about what they liked best about The
Ancient Greek Day. I will explain that
they will type their comment using the

Pair share and


class discussion
(5 mins)

Task instructions
(2 mins)

Main activity (40


mins)

Plenary (5 mins)

skills they have learned in previous ICT


lessons (e.g. typing accurately,
changing size of text, using spell
checker to check work and correctly
using keys to produce capital letters,
full stops etc.)
I will ask pupils to pair share some of
the things they liked about The Ancient
Greek Day and I will ask some pupils to
share their opinions to help spark ideas
within other class members. I will also
tell the pupils that they are required to
write as much as possible:
LA: At least 3 sentences
MA: At least 5 sentences
HA: At least 8 sentences, write in
paragraphs, use the indent tab to
format their sentences and use the
and , keys appropriately.
I will demonstrate how to access the
school blog and then how to select their
individual class blog. I will instruct
pupils to:
Access the school website
Scroll down to light-bulb
Go to year 3
Watch the slideshow showing the
Ancient Greek Day
Write a comment about what you liked
Enter your email address and click the
submit comment or if you do not have
an email address then politely ask a TA
to enter theirs and then click the
submit button.
The pupils will write their comments
and TAs will read through some of the
blog replies, checking that pupils have
typed correctly, including punctuation
and capital letters.

I will read out some of the blog


comments, giving praise for well
written and punctuated responses.

Pair share some of the things they liked


about The Ancient Greek Day with their
shoulder partner and offer to share these
opinions with the class if asked.

Listen to instructions.

Write a comment on their class blog


about what they liked best about The
Ancient Greek Day. Enter your email
address and click the submit comment or
if you do not have an email address then
politely ask a TA to enter theirs and then
click the submit button.
Some of the comments will be read out
by the teacher.

Assessment : Identify the progress pupils have made in this lesson (S6)
Identify with a code any children who have exceeded or not achieved the success criteria for this
lesson. In the third column, indicate what you are going to do to meet each identified childs needs as
a result of assessments made.
Success criteria

Evaluation and reflection

Names

Cod
e

What will you do to meet the needs of the


children identified through this
assessment?

Evaluate the progress pupils made in this


lesson in relation to the success criteria (S6b)

What were the strengths and weaknesses of your


teaching? (4d, S8d)

List three actions you will now take to improve pupil progress through your teaching (4d, S8d)