Lesson Plan – Final Assessment HASS DATE: 1st Dec Grade level: 5/6 Learning Area: HASS Strand: History Topic: Migration Content Descriptors: HASS: Year 5: The reasons people migrated to Australia and the experiences and contributions of a particular migrant group within a colony (ACHASSK109) Year 6: Stories of groups of people who migrated to Australia since Federation (including from ONE country of the Asia region) and reasons they migrated (ACHASSK136) Cross Curricular Literacy: Year 5: Use comprehension strategies to analyse information, integrating and linking ideas from a variety of print and digital sources (ACELY1703 Year 6: Use comprehension strategies to interpret and analyse information and ideas, comparing content from a variety of textual sources including media and digital texts (ACELY1713) Unit Learning Outcomes: - Create pieces of writing/drawings/cartoons with the purpose of sharing personal opinions and response to inquiry questions - Demonstrate an understanding of grammar, consider expanded vocabulary choices and use accurate spelling and punctuation within their biographies. Things to try and improve: Open questioning/inquiring Assessment/Anecdotal note taking Differentiation Lesson Intention: At the end of this lesson students will be able to: Respond to and create a piece of writing/drawing to address the question of how has the process of migration changed over time? Timing Key Teaching Points (What) Learning and Teaching + Resources + Differentiation (How) Introduction Introduce the new assessment piece 11:40 11:55 Respond to the question: How has the process of migration in Australia changed over time? THIS IS ASSESSMENT • • Drafts Type up/on final white paper Cartoons/drawings must include a 1/3 page of writing describing how the drawing addresses the question. Choice of writing/drawing • • • • • Cartoon Drawing Writing (Personal response, poetry) Letter (to a politician, to a refugee, from POV of refugee) Create a policy (Government perspective) Body 11:5512:35 Working on individual pieces Support Jye in setting up/arriving at an idea. Create a brainstorm with him Students work in atrium (responsible) Conclusion 12:3512:45 Share some ideas Share sticks Share biographies! What they noticed The WHY Assessment: Differentiation: Response piece + writing (summative) Anecdotal notes Discussions (informal) Support: Eve/Jye with prompts checkpoints for Jye. Extension: Edit/peer review/discuss Notes for next lesson (sequencing)… Lesson Plan Sample 2 - Annotated DATE: Grade level: Learning Area: Which curriculum area? Topic: Focus of teaching and learning Strand: Links to state curriculum document and strand/domain Learning Outcomes: Links to curriculum documents and indicators describes broad aspects of behavior which incorporate a wide range of knowledge and skill Lesson Objectives: At the end of this lesson students should be able to: What do you want students to be able to do, know, or understand at the end of the lesson? How will you know - what evidence of learning can you expect? Timing Learning & teaching strategies Key teaching points Approx timing for each point Introduction… Teacher directed Whole class Main points or questions Sequentially presented As above This section is related to the body or main part of the lesson. Consider the types of groupings you might employ: Co-operative or individual learning Ability, streamed, friendship, gender, student selected, or teacher directed groupings Name up the specific strategies you will use: e.g. Jigsaw; round robins; think/pair/share/; inside/outside circles; conscience alley; teacher-inrole ... This section is related to the conclusion of the lesson. How will you conclude the lesson? As above Equipment/resources Texts, student books, games, tapes, CD, human resources, As above As above As above As above Assessment of learning and teaching: Self evaluation: e.g Checklists, work samples, performances, student self assessment, rubrics. Only assess where appropriate. Ensure your assessment is linked to your learning outcomes. What went well? Why? What didn’t go as well? Why? What will you do next time? Notes for next lesson… Points to remember for next lesson. A particular resource? A child may require extension? Remediation or other types of intervention.