Lesson Title Here Subject Here Year Group Here Lesson # of # Learning Objective Resource *Avoid overcomplicating your learning objectives. *You could mention any prior learning here – what you are building upon. *Ensure they are measurable. *Try to have no more than three. *Try to include a variety of resources. *Consider different learning styles and how these will be met with your resources. *Target skills, such as ‘To understand...’ ‘To identify...’. Teaching Input & Lesson Overview • Make sure this is set out clearly and in line with your objectives. • Avoid including timings unless necessary. • Pinpoint opportunities to extend/support children and to utilise any classroom assistance that might be available. • Try to reference children’s prior learning if this is available to you. • Try to encourage pupils to think more widely around the subject. • Try to include children in creating a success criteria so that they can judge their own progress. • Where possible, try to use peer support/discussion/feedback/assessment to show that you encourage both collaborative and independent work. • Ensure you have a balance of activities - avoid all independent/written. • If the lesson is practical, ensure you have mentioned any elements that might need health and safety consideration – check with school’s policy. Main Activity Lower Ability Middle Ability Higher Ability * Ensure you have to hand scaffolding material or word banks/visual stimuli to support LA/EAL. *Try to include some open-ended tasks which encourage HA pupils to work more independently. *Try to subtly recognise children who might need individual attention. *Always ensure you have more tasks/ work than you think is necessary – just in case. *Some schools may give you this information in advance if asked. Plenary Assessment Questions *Try to include a plenary activity that explicitly shows that the learning objectives have been met and success criteria used. • Ensure that these help to focus children, encourage deeper thinking and help Curriculum Links: children to pinpoint where they are in relation to the lesson objectives. • Explain how this is relevant to the curriculum and future work.