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Planning Lessons for an IWB Classroom

Planning Lessons for an IWB Classroom

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Although many of the ideas in this document were specific to the training session at the Nanjing International School, some is applicable to other tech rich schools
Although many of the ideas in this document were specific to the training session at the Nanjing International School, some is applicable to other tech rich schools

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Planning Lessons for an IWB Classroom
1.Type of activities
What will you use for your starter, main teaching activity and plenary?
What do pupils do as soon as they enter the room, while others are settling, oradministrative tasks are being carried out?
How are the notebooks to be used in this lesson?
What is the balance of whole class teaching, group and independent work?
How do these activities support your learning objectives?2.Resources
What resources will you need on the IWB?
Are these resources available on StudyWiz or accessed from elsewhere ie, theinternet?
What programs will support your learning objectives and how will these linktogether?
How will you link the IWB with practical equipment and other ICT resources ie.StudyWiz and the notebooks to create a more effective learning environment?3.Classroom management
How will you engage the whole class?
How can IWB resources be effectively managed in different parts of the lesson?
What level of discussion is allowed to take place and how is it managed?
Are the rules on the use of the notebooks clear?4.Learning styles
How can you create activities that will support different learning styles?
How can these be used when teaching new concepts, when pupils are assimilatingnew information and when they need to share their new knowledge?5.Inclusion
Are your resources suitable for any visually impaired pupils you may have in yourclass?
What considerations have you made for ESL students?
Is there enough material to provide effective differentiation throughout the lesson?
How can you minimise distractions for pupils with behavioural needs?6.Discussion
How will you encourage class, group and paired discussion in your lessons?
Do you have an element of ongoing discussion via StudyWiz forums?

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