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Valli Class/Set: Thales9 Date:09/12/11 Time/Period: 4 Room: 27 Number of pupils: 30 Subject: Google SketchUp Lesson 5 Scheme of Work: Level:6/7 Learning Objectives (WALT): Know: How to create school business centre design using 3D design software. Understand: Objects needed for ICT suite, Technology room, staff room etc. Be able to: Use the tools in Google Sketchup in order to create a realistic looking school business centre. Intended Learning Outcomes (WILF): All must be able to: be able to use the software to create the shape of the school business centre. Most should be able to: be able to develop school business centre design contains all suitable objects Some could: Have added textures to school business centre and objects by following the instructions on the sheet. Keywords: business centre, 3D Design, push/pull tool, select tool, scale tool, orbit tool, fill tool, 3dWarehouse. Reference to cross-curriculum issues (Literacy, Numeracy, Citizenship, PSHE, ECM..): D&T Entry ( 2.5 mins) Resources Classroom.wmv Starter (5 mins): Explain WILF Play video: classroom wmv Main ( 45 mins) Teacher led discussion: What are the objects shown in the geography class (video clip)? You are going to design a business centre (30m x 30m) How many rooms in this business centre area? What are they? Name 5 objects you can see in ICT suite Name 5 objects you can see in Technology room. Teacher instructions You are going to design the school business centre Make use of the building design and objects checklist written in the sheet given to you. Internet Password & Headphones. Individual task Students should collect a pair of headphones, log on, open Sketchup and begin to work on Plenary ( 5 mins): AFL Google Sketch Up Lesson 4.ppt Headphones

Business Centre Design.doc

Google SketchUp Lesson 4 Plenary.doc

Exit ( 2.5 mins) Differentiation (related to Learning Outcomes) G & T: Add components outside the school business centre. Special Education Needs: Other adult support/roles: Homework return, feedback and setting: No homework, feedback given through markbook Assessment including WILF: Look at the work another student has created. Identify two things that are particularly good about their partners design. Provide constructive feedback about two things that could be improved upon or added to the design. You are going to use these feedbacks to improve your design next lesson. - 2 WWWs & 2 EBIs Evaluation of the lesson: Informal observations made by curriculum mentor [ ]