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Lesson Five : Annie Lonergan S280680 EST204 Assignment Two

Learning Area:
English/HAAS
Timing:
60 Minutes (Presentation Day)
Topic:
Celebrations and events around the world
Curriculum Connections

Year Level :
3

Class Size:
20

Use software including word processing programs with growing speed and efficiency to construct and edit texts featuring visual, print and audio elements
(ACELY1685)
Plan and deliver short presentations, providing some key details in logical sequence (ACELY1677)
Celebrations and commemorations in places around the world (for example, Chinese New Year in countries of the Asia region, Bastille Day in France,
Independence Day in the USA), including those that are observed in Australia (for example, Christmas Day, Diwali, Easter, Hanukkah, the Moon Festival
and Ramadan) (ACHASSK065) (ACARA, 2016)
Present ideas, findings and conclusions in texts and modes that incorporate digital and non-digital representations and discipline-specific terms
(ACHASSI061)

Intended
learning
outcomes
Assessment

We are learning about: Presentations of an inquiry based learning activity.


We are learning to: Present our inquiry to the class using a slide presentation.
Students to begin inquiry and are to answer the following questions:

Why do people celebrate?

Where did the celebrate originate from?

Where about in the world do people celebrate this event?

When is the event celebrated?

In what different ways is this event celebrated?

Does everyone celebrate this occasion? Why or Why not?

Prep
(negotiation)
Procedure

Engagement: Teacher to demonstrate a presentation to the class.


Learning experiences:
Completion and presentation of group inquiry projects.
Students to present findings to class using their slide presentation which has been
completed throughout the week. Students will be assessed on this presentation based on
group work, individual research skills, ICT skills and oral skills.
Closure: Teacher to provide feedback on presentation verbally and formally later in the week. Peers
to review presentation and provide feedback.

Resources

Questions

Microphone- audio set up for classroom.

Interactive white board

Why do people celebrate?

Where did the celebrate originate from?

Where about in the world do people celebrate this event?

When is the event celebrated?

In what different ways is this event celebrated?

Adapted from Forthcoming John Wiley publication, 2010. Sally Godinho

Lesson Five : Annie Lonergan S280680 EST204 Assignment Two


Does everyone celebrate this occasion? Why or Why not?

Reflection
Evaluation

What worked well? What would I modify? What would I do differently next time?
Which students do I need to follow up? What do I need to build on in the next lesson?
How can I use the assessment information to improve student learning?

Lesson Planning Checklist


Have I consulted relevant curriculum organisers?
Are my learning objectives and/or purposes clearly defined?
Have I determined students prior knowledge and experiences of the topic?
Are there some opportunities for some student input/choice?
Have I considered how I will set the room up and use the learning spaces?
Have I thought about the grouping arrangements I will use?
Is my lesson content inclusive of all students in the class?
Will my lesson both engage and challenge the students?
Do the learning experiences cater for students abilities different and learning
styles?
Is the sequencing and timing of activities logical and achievable?
Are the learning strategies appropriate for this class?
Have I prepared some open-ended questions to focus discussions?
Have I created spaces for student questions?
Have I checked the availability of resources and tested equipment?
Have I considered how I will draw closure?
Have I considered how will I assess the students learning?
Have I included opportunities for students to reflect on their own learning?

Adapted from Forthcoming John Wiley publication, 2010. Sally Godinho