Trainee Teacher School James Steel CPHS Lesson Time Room 0905 (P1) ICT2 Pupils with SEN None

Subject ICT Prior Knowledge Pupils have recently started this SoW and have a knowledge of gathering and recognising the accuracy of some types of information.

Date 15/11/2007 Number of Pupils Differentiation Topic

Resources/Equipment • Handouts (A Day’s Shore Leave, Survey Samples, Captain Jack’s meals survey) • Supporting PPT slides Desired learning outcomes related to the National Curriculum Programme of Study; Attainment Targets; National Strategy Key Skills: Literacy, Numeracy, ICT, Study/Social/Personal Skills Learning outcome How this will be assessed Pupils/students should be able to … • Be able to write a short survey of their own to gather relevant information Learning Objective • Know what is a reasonable sample size • Understand why some questions are poorly written • Pupils will create the questions for their own survey which can be compared against the criteria set by the lesson Questions on the worksheet provided and teacher questioning By being able to identify and avoid questions that cannot capture the appropriate information (meeting the learning outcome.

Time 5 mins

Teacher Activities (identify opportunities for assessment STARTER • Hand out a copy of ‘a day’s shore leave’ to each student. • Feedback and discussion.

Pupil Activities

Reference to NC, PoS, ATs, LoA

Pupils should work on this individually.

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Remind pupils that one way to collect information is to conduct a survey by giving out a questionnaire. It is important to plan the survey so that it yields information that is reliable and relevant to the task. Ask one pupil to tell you their favourite colour. Write it on the whiteboard or flipchart. Tell pupils you have conduced a survey and in your opinion that is the most popular colour in the class. Is conclusion reasonable? Why not? Ask another 3 pupils Imagine we have asked every pupil in the class. Can I make a judgement now? Would it be reasonable to extend this result to the whole school? Would it be reasonable to extend to the whole country? – Larger sample more reliable Hand out worksheet – survey samples. Followed by group discussion Show PPT with different question types

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Hand out worksheet – Captain Jack’s survey. Read instructions to class Bring class back together and ask for question from each pupil.

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Pupils to work in pairs to complete the task Pupils to compare answers Pupils to analyse each question and describe whether the question provides an appropriate answer Class to devise at least 6 questions Class to decide whether the question is suitable

EXTENSION TASK • Explain to pupils that the questionnaire will need to be prepared and printed out for use on the ship. • What would be the best piece of s/w to use? • Who is the target audience? • Style/clipart?

Pupils to decide on s/w and overall style and presentation.

LESSON EVALUATION To what extent were the learning outcomes achieved? How do you know?

Consider aspects such as resources, activities, pace, timing, assessment: a) Why were particular features of the lesson the most successful? b) Why were particular features of the lesson the least successful? Targets for the teacher: Achieved: New:

LESSON EVALUATION The central question to all teaching must be: "How much learning has taken place?" In your self-evaluation of each lesson provide the answer to the above question by referring to the following aspects as relevant: 1. How many of the learning outcomes stated for this lesson have been achieved by all, most or only a few pupils? 2. How do you know that the objectives were achieved? (a) through regular monitoring of pupils' activities and involvement during the lesson: - moving around the classroom checking pupils' written and oral work (role plays) - question-answer (pupil-teacher interaction) (b) through assessment (formal, informal, continuous, summative), including peer assessment as and when appropriate: - end of unit tests, exams - homework - games, interactive communicative activities - project work (display, presentation, survey) - key skills (ICT, numeracy, literacy) (c) through pupils' feedback 3. In what areas was learning supposed to take place? (a) NC attainment targets (b)National Strategy Key skills For ICT explain your rationale for using or not using a particular medium and evaluate your course of action 4. In what way and to what extent did the following aspects of your planning and teaching facilitate or hinder learning taking place? (a) Time management and content of lesson (Did you do everything you intended to do? Too much? Too little?) (b) Appropriateness of material in terms of quality and level of difficulty. - Were the activities and resources stimulating and motivating? - Were the strategies used effective in engaging the pupils' interest and maintaining discipline? (c) Class management and discipline (d) Progression (too fast, took things for granted) (e) Differentiation (by task, by support, by expectation/outcome, by resources) Planning The Reflective Cycle Target setting Evaluation Teaching