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.: 46-48 of 54
Topic Model Making NC ref / SoW ref:    Key Stage 4
Learning Objective(s) (by the end of this lessons pupils should understand / know / be able to…)
Understand how to complete the specific items identified in the project checklist
Know how to apply a quality 'finish' to the model
Understand how to produce a response to the issue of 'Systems and Control'
Special Needs / differentiation  
All must… All must: Have begun to construct models
Most should Most should: Have started to assemble
Some should Some could: Show evidence of attaching 'found' items
See also:  Also see: Differentation in checklists provided (Higher and Intermediate)
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 y Graph drawing; scales o
Keywords   o Spreadsheets o Interpretting Data o
Labelling diagrams y Word Processing y Measuring y
Reading books / worksheets y Other o Other o
Writing frames   y  
Other (give details)  
Starter Activity  
Continue/complete their own version of the model planning sheet (using draft as guide)   or
Use the appropriate checklist to assemble and check the project contents
Homework Produce one aspect of the 'marketing' of the product (using ICT) a poster, flyer, leaflet, web site etc
Due in : next week
Main Lesson Activities  
Pupils should be made aware that there are three school weeks left to complete the project
The majority of the double lesson in the sequence should be used for 'making' activities Tools, equipment and materials should be made available and pupils should be observed using them.
High standards should be encouraged. Pupils should be made aware that a record needs to be kept of how well pupils approach this activity and how well they use the facilities available (see mark scheme)
The model planning activity should also be completed and the project checklist used to determine, on an individual basis, what each pupil still needs to complete. Both of these activities offer scope for useful plenary sessions
Pupils should be encouraged to make use of the time being offered after school
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   y
Practical outcome   y      
Evaluation of the lesson may be found on the reverse of this lesson plan Key: o = possible,     y = included,   ? = may be