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Module Title: School Placement 4

LESSON PLAN (2017-2018)


DTE Student Name & ID No. Michael Naughton G00318925

Topic: Roofs/Day Practical


Date: 4th December 2017 No of Students: 20
Duration of Lesson: 1 Hour

1. AIMS

The main aims of this lesson are to:


 Recap the key terms of a cut roof
 Complete component A and start component B of the 2014 Day Practical Exam
 Highlight correct marking out, cutting and stance to improve student performance

2. MAIN LEARNING OUTCOME & CORRESPONDING ASSESSMENT

Learning Outcomes (LOs) Assessment of LOs


At the end of this lesson the students will be (Note: each LO has an assessment. Include a
enabled to… variety of types.)
 Define all terms associated with a cut roof  Random students selected to name parts on roof
model (lollipop sticks)
 Recap worksheet
 Read, interpret and mark out piece B from the  Individual formative feedback
working drawing  Self-assessment - Teacher sample used as gauge
to check for accuracy
 Use the saw and chisel effectively, producing  Handout demonstrating best practice and
more accurate completed pieces marking out tips (self-directed learning) (images
taken from dissertation)
 Collaborate in groups of 4/5 to create a list of  Asking a member from each group to list 2 key
most important points/techniques using hand pieces of information for enhancing hand skills
tools

3. THE LESSON
Module Title: School Placement 4

TIME LINE TEACHER ACTIVITIES PUPIL ACTIVITIES KEY*


SET INDUCTION (BEGINNING)

0 - 12  Orderly entry to class  Entering to class L,O,M


 Take roll call  Gathering around teachers roof A,GI,
 List learning intentions for class model to recap from last classes MI
 Gather class around roof model learning
for questioning on terminology  Random students selected name
of roof terms of roof (lollipop sticks)
 Worksheet to reinforce  HO Questions – Why is the birds
terminology mouth 1/3 of the thickness?
What is the valley rafter covered
in, why?
 Completing worksheet
LESSON SEQUENCE (MIDDLE)

12 – 22  Selecting 4 students to get the  Students taking out work bags, N,L,O,
work bags from the machine tools and necessary equipment G,
room.  Finishing off part A (1-hour work MA,
 Allocate students 10 minutes to time per piece) CL,GI,
complete part A (timed  Assisting peers if unsure or asking C&I
constraints – mimicking time for teachers assistance
allowed for LC Day Practical)  Students gathering for brief
22 – 25  Gather students for demo on marking out/cutting
demonstration for marking out part B – students lead the demo
part B – teacher prompt students
 Hand out working drawing and  Interpreting working drawing
best practice handout and best practice handout –
 Encourage students to lead asking questions if unsure
demonstration – coax prior
knowledge
 Allow students to start marking
25 - 5  Students marking out and cutting
out and working on piece B
piece B, using teacher handout as
 One to one assistance to
a guide to refocus
students who need assistance
 Assisting peers if unsure or asking
for teachers assistance

CLOSURE (END)

50 - 60  Get students attention – divide N,L,O,


into groups of 4/5 & give mini G,MA,
whiteboards & markers  Dividing into groups and working CL,GI,
on the task – jotting down key
 Instruct to work for 3 minutes to C&I
learning from the class
come up with as many key
points as they can for using
hand tools – in light of today’s
class and the handout  Member of each group listing 2
 Request 2 key suggestions from key steps
each group
Module Title: School Placement 4

 Collect each whiteboard – take  Students tidying up equipment


photos and upload to OneNote and putting work pieces into
for future study bags
 Request to tidy up equipment –
students to put back work bags  4 students to bring bags into
 Introduce traffic lights – name storage press
on a post-it, anything they are
unsure of – stick to relevant  Putting name on post-it and
colour as they leave the room anything they are unsure of –
sticking it on the relevant colour
as they leave the room

*KEY:
L= Literacy, N= Numeracy, O= Oracy, G= Graphicacy, SEN= Special Educational Needs, MA=
Mixed Ability, CL= Cooperative Learning, GI = Gender Inclusion, MI = Multicultural Inclusion,
ET = Educational Technology, and C&I= Creativity and Innovation.

4. LIST OF TEACHING RESOURCES

Powerpoint

Teacher roof model

Day Practical Sample

Recap Worksheet

Working drawing

Best practice handout

Timber

Marking out/cutting tools

Mini whiteboards & markers

Post-its

5. POST LESSON CRITICAL REFLECTION

See Reflection Folder