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Observed Lesson Plan 2016-17

Date Time Teacher Class or Set Subject and Cross Details of Children
Curricular Links (Number, SEN, EAL)
14th March 14.00-15.00 Salma Akhtar Yr9 Islamic Education 18
2017
Enduring Understanding:
Knowledge of the prophets and their experiences and connections with people of the past, help us to understand
and deal with people and situations in the present and in the future.

Essential Questions:
1. How does evaluation of the lives of the prophets from the past help us to make choices for our decisions in the
present and future?
2. How am I connected to those in the past?
3. What can I learn from their example?

Learning Intention National Curriculum Assessment Critical thinking,


& Expected Coverage, National Opportunities (AfL) problem solving,
Outcomes Framework innovation
Learning Intention Teacher Q and A
National Document of Dubai/ Self-assessment Students to think critically
1) To know and be able to Stories of the Reflection in pairs about the significance of this
retell the story of Prophet Prophets Peer assessment- story and how it is relevant to
Ayoub (Job) Visual Thinking Routines them today.
2) To identify and understand (VTRs)
the challenges he faced. Plenary Develop research skills to find
3) To identify the character supporting evidence from
traits he showed. Primary and secondary
3) To be able apply at least sources
one lesson learnt to my life
Expected Outcomes

GOOD IF: I can retell SOME


of the story of Prophet
Ayoub, and deduce at least
ONE reason as to why he
was not accepted by his
people. And apply ONE
lesson from this story to my
life.
GREAT IF: I can retell MOST
of the story of Prophet
Ayoub, and deduce up to
TWO reasons why he was Previous Learning Personalised Learning/Differentiation
not accepted by his people. (G&T, Extension, Support, SEN, EAL, ELL)
And apply TWO lessons Students have been learning Support: Mix the groups so that students at higher level of
from this story to my life. about Prophet Muhammad and readiness support those at lower readiness level. Teacher to
EVEN BETTER IF: I can Prophet Nuh this term. support students who need further scaffolding to reach
retell ALL of the story of readiness level. Walk around and give support and guidance.
Prophet Ayoub, and deduce Differentiated resources-can use drawing or text for Graphic
THREE OR MORE reasons Organiser.
why he was not accepted by Story of Prophet Ayoub will be on QR codes, and also in print.
his people. And apply
THREE OR MORE lessons G&T:
from this story to my life. Challenge:
1. Choose one character trait of Prophet Ayoub that you
think you would like to implement in your life.
2. Write a short paragraph about why you think so.
Breakdown of Activities
Time Activities (including opportunities for feedback and marking) Plenary
5min Starter
Chalk-Talk I Used to Think.
On entering the students will have an assigned table Now I Think.
Rules displayed at each table and on Flipchart
On each table will be flipchart paper with pens Individual reflection.
On a table is a photograph of a person who has been struck by disaster. 1. In the first box write a
Look at the question: sentence about what
He/She has lost everything in this disaster. you thought about
How would you feel if you were the person in the picture? Prophet Ayoub at the
1. Write your reflection, thought, emotion in silence without discussion. beginning of the lesson.
2. Then, look at peers comments/reflections.
3. Add a response to peer comments. 2. In the second box write
4. Draw arrows to connect comments. You can agree or disagree. a sentence saying what
you think about Prophet
5 mins Discussion Ayoub now at the end of
the lesson.
5mins Introduce new topic
Which Prophet do they think we will be learning about?
What makes you think that? If they dont know then give some details.

1 min Post-it Notes


Names on the continuum to show their knowledge of Prophet Ayoub

25mins Learning Experience:

In pairs Write a Headline and Newspaper article about Prophet Ayoub


(AS):
1 Read the story- Use iPads scan QR codes for the story.
2. Choose an angle to the story.
3. Write a headline to grab attention.
4. Write a short and interesting piece that captures the reader.

Here are some questions to guide you.


1. Who was Prophet Ayoub and how did Allah test him?
2. What was Ibliss role?
3. Why was he tested in this way?
4. What character traits did he show?
5. What lessons can you learn from his example?
6. How will you apply these lessons in your life?

YOU DO NOT NEED TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. THEY ARE JUST A GUIDE.
5mins
Peer Assess Articles
10 mins
Discussion
3mins
Plenary
1min
Post-it Notes
Move names on the continuum to show their knowledge of Prophet Ayoub

Learner Profile links Key Vocabulary & VAK/Learning Style Use of ICT
Language Structures (if beneficial)
Critical thinkers Alaihi-salam (AS) or (A) Visual: Use iPads for QR codes
Reflective thinkers Iblis Visible Thinking Routine Chalk Talk and research for
Communicators Satan VTR- I used to think, Now I think Lapbooks
Inquirers Shaytaan iPads for scanning QR codes
Caring Job Lap Book
Helpful and supportive
Transferrable learning across Aural:
time, space and situation Working in pairs to create a Front
Page Newspaper Article.

Kinaesthetic:
Moving around the VTR to read and
add comments
Moving around the class to scan QR
codes
Stick post it notes on VTR
Teachers Role Support Staff Role Pupil Role Homework
Facilitator N/A To direct their own learning N/A
To check progress/ help To cooperate and collaborate to work
students/ extend students in pairs
To assess progress To self-assess and peer assess
To support their peers in learning