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Appendix 1

LESSON PLAN
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

LESSON ORGANISATION
Year Level: 8

Time:08.30am

Date:06/03/2015

Learning Area: Society and Environment-History

Students Prior Knowledge:


This is the second lesson in the students medieval
history unit. Previously they have gone through an
introduction to medieval society and the structure of
the feudal system, so they are aware of the issues and
themes of the time.

Strand/Topic from the Australian Curriculum -The way of


life in Medieval Europe (social, cultural, economic and
political features) and the roles and relationships of different
groups in society (ACDSEH008)
General Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Critical and
Literacy
Numeracy
ICT
competence

creative thinking

Ethical
behaviour

Personal and
Social
competence

Intercultural
understanding

Cross-curriculum priorities (may be addressed in the lesson)


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
histories and cultures
Proficiencies:(Mathematics only)

Asia and Australias engagement with Asia

Sustainability

Lesson Objectives (i.e. anticipated outcomes of this lesson, in point form beginning with an action verb)
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

Use historical inquiry skills to assess the provided historical sources as representations of feudal society

Identify the themes of feudal society portrayed in art

Evaluate the effectiveness of art in portraying society at the time


Teachers Prior Preparation/Organisation:
Discussion worksheets printed-15 copies
Art pieces and information about each piece
collected for virtual gallery
Poll website created
Youtube video found and link sources on weebly
site
Weebly site functional and published

Provision for students at educational risk:


Three student teachers present to help
students who have hearing or visual problems.

LESSON EVALUATION (to be completed AFTER the lesson)


Assessment of Lesson Objective and Suggestions for Improvement:
Students are able to answer focused questions on the provided worksheet about the following facts
Identify the artistic scenes
Recognize the reason the art piece was created
Evaluate the purpose of the art piece
Explain how the art piece reflects Medieval society
Teacher self-reflection and self-evaluation:

[OFFICIAL USE ONLY] Comments by classroom teacher, HOPP, supervisor:

LESSON DELIVERY (attach worksheets, examples, marking key, etc, as relevant)


Time

Motivation and Introduction:


We will begin by introducing ourselves to our colleagues and
stating the year level and subject area we will be teaching in.

Resources/References
Weebly year 8 history site:
http://year8history2015.
weebly.com

Lesson Steps (Lesson content, structure, strategies & Key


Questions):
1st Teacher:
The first teacher will briefly outline the content that has already
been covered in the previous lessons in this unit. They will then
introduce the topic of medieval art, explaining its importance and
use. To aid this the teacher will show a youtube clip.
2nd Teacher:
The second teacher will outline the main activity for the lesson
and take the students through it. The activity will be taking the
students through an online virtual art tour where they can view
different pieces of art and read about the art and why it was
created. While the activity is underway all three teachers will
roam about the class assisting students where needed and
settling any discipline issues if required.
3rd Teacher:
The third teacher will lead the students through an evaluation of
the activity using set discussion questions. Through the
questioning of students we the effectiveness of the activity will be
learnt. This will be achieved through the app PollEverywhere,
which allows students to answer questions interactively rather
than just writing them down or thinking about them.

Khan Academy youtube clip on


illuminated manuscripts:
https://www.youtube.com
/watch?v=e_Us5TGPFe0
Virtual Gallery embedded on
weebly

Polling
website:PollEv.com/zacdegraaf191

Lesson Closure:(Review lesson objectives with students)


At the end of the lesson we will thank our colleagues for their time
and pack up.

Transition: (What needs to happen prior to the next lesson?)

Assessment: (Were the lesson objectives met? How will these


be judged?)
The lesson objectives will be judged through the use of the
PollEverywhere questions as well as formative assessment made
by teachers throughout the lesson.