Technology Lesson Planning Sheet
          version :7.6 31-Aug-04
Teacher S J Nicholson Subject Graphic Products - Bookmark Project
Teaching group 8 P/H BromCom Code  
  (if different from teaching group label)  
Day Tuesday and Friday Date   Lesson No.: 2 of 5/7
Topic Research to Specification NC ref / SoW ref:   Key Stage 3
Learning Objective(s) (by the end of this lessons pupils should understand / know / be able to…)
Appreciate why  bookmarks are produced and what they are used for  
Create differing shapes for bookmarks and understand why some work better than others
Compose a suitable specification for a bookmark of their own
Special Needs / differentiation  
All must… all should show the most important parts of their idea using labelled sketches
Most should most should produce simple models and show how they have been tested. Add dimensions
Some should some should use a variety of words, drawings, models to show how shapes have been developed
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 y
Keywords   y Spreadsheets o Interpreting Data y
Labelling diagrams y Word Processing o Measuring y
Reading books / worksheets y Other o Other o
Writing frames   o  
Other (give details)  
Starter Activity  
Write the Homework in your diary
Get out last week's homework
Starter activity to be established
Homework Survey at least 6 people to discover their likes/dislikes related to typography (worksheet). Also - bring in a copy of your favourite book next week.
Due in : next week  
Main Lesson Activities  
Introduce the topic of bookmarks and illustrate with examples. Identify key features - purposes/function. Look at lettering styles used, use of white space, pictures and logos
Explore bookmark shapes by designing with scissors. Test with books and select three suitable to paste onto A3 and annotate
Share design ideas with partner and comment on each other's work. Brainstorm key features of successful bookmarks 
Develop a specification using a suitable writing frame
Plenary Plenary to be established
Learning Checks / assessment & summary
Discussion with pupils   y Q/A session with whole class y
Looking at folders / written and sketched work o 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