Technology Weekly Lessons Plan
          version :1.2 24-Aug-04
Teacher S Nicholson Subject GCSE Exam Final Project and Exam Prep
Teaching group 11C/D BromCom Code  
  (if different from teaching group label)  
Day Monday/Friday Date   Lesson No.: 40-42 of 54
Topic Model Planning 1 NC ref / SoW ref:    Key Stage 4
Learning Objective(s) (by the end of this lessons pupils should understand / know / be able to…)
Recognise the need to plan for model making
Understand how to translate intended tasks into diagram forms
Understand that additional time will be required to produce sufficient evidence
Know how to prepare and store materials (appropriately) for high standards
Special Needs / differentiation  
All must… All must: Identify some materials and begin to collect them together
Most should Most should: Have produced assessable evidence of appropriate model planning.
Some should Some could: Have begun to construct the model having completed all other tasks
Also see:  0
Literacy   I.C.T.   Numeracy  
Annotation   y CAD o Averages o
Answering Q in full sentences o Databases o Calculations (general) o
Crossword / Wordsearch o Internet use o Graph drawing; scales o
Keywords   y Spreadsheets o Interpretting Data o
Labelling diagrams y Word Processing o Measuring y
Reading books / worksheets y Other o Other o
Writing frames   o  
Other (give details)  
Starter Activity  
Collect project work, equipment and materials ready for the lesson
Continue with orthographic drawing (if unfinished)
Homework Identify items to be brought in from home for use with the project model
Due in : next week
Main Lesson Activities  
Re-cap the need for/purpose of a 'working drawing', Relate this to the 'making' element of the syllabus and remind pupils that this counts for the majority of the marks
Three activities need to run in parallel:
1. Collection of materials - translating the drawing into a cutting list will be a useful exercise in terms of - establishing the quantities of specific materials that might be required for Year 11, helping staff to deliver some of said materials to pupils and also providing a useful first stage of 'model planning' (a marked section of the project)
2. More structured model planning processes, either in flowchart or spider diagram form, showing equipment, materials etc. Quality control activity can be readily attached to this activity
3. Completion of any unfinished item produced so far - while any individual pupil is waiting for attention
Plenary Plenary - to be confirmed
Learning Checks / assessment & summary      
Discussion with pupils   y Q/A session with whole class y
Looking at folders / written and sketched work y Test   o
Practical outcome   y      
Evaluation of the lesson may be found on the reverse of this lesson plan Key: o = possible,     y = included,   ? = may be