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Lesson Plan

Date: Class/Group: Time: P1


9 June 2017 Year 8-3 HASS Extension Room: 122

Topic: Rights and responsibilities of consumers - SCAMS


Curriculum links: Specific Objectives/Learning Goals:
The rights and responsibilities of Students will:
consumers and businesses in Australia 1. Revise learning from the past weeks in preparation
(ACHEK029) for the Test on Monday.

General Capabilities:
ICT
Personal and social capability
Ethical Understanding

Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Skills Student Diversity:


Questioning and Researching This class is an extension class. All students are very
Analysing capable and classroom management is relatively easy.
Evaluating
Communicating and Reflecting

Prior Learning: Resources/Materials required:


Students understand types of BYOD laptops
markets, market structures, types of Class iPads
economies, government Teacher laptop and wireless mouse
intervention. Internet via WiFi
One lesson on SCAMS
Class website: cbchass8.weebly.com
Lesson Steps
Time: Procedure Comment
Pre- Turn on TV, connect laptop and turn on Bluetooth speaker
lesson
Bring up class web site on the screen.

5 mins Welcome students and take the roll. Ask students to sit

Introduction discuss the learning objectives with students


Hand out the iPads
Video - https://youtu.be/PASQcQbFKV8

45 PowerPoint Review Consumer protection and Scams Give Vivos to the top 3
mins winners
Review SCAMS using Kahoot quiz.
https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/4801a464-acf9-4b08-a1e2- Watch Spencer/Tyler/Sam
7ae63dc99dbb make sure they are
listening or split them up

5 mins Wrap up lesson and discuss the learning objectives.

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Date: Class/Group: Time: P1
9 June 2017 Year 8-3 HASS Extension Room: 122

Topic: Rights and responsibilities of consumers - SCAMS

Evaluation of Student Learning:


1. Were the students engaged during the lesson?
2. Were the objectives met? If not, why not?
3. Were they able to successfully create their own Excel spreadsheet?
4. Was there sufficient scaffolding leading up to the lesson, i.e. were the students in the ZPD?
5. What was the feedback from the students? Did they enjoy it - was it fun?

Self-Evaluation/Reflection:
1. How did the overall lesson seem to go?
2. Did I stay on time?
3. What was the feedback from the students? Did they enjoy it - was it fun?
4. Did any students struggle to meet the objectives?
5. What would I do differently next time?

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