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WWII
Why Here?
Medium Term Plan
Boys, Rosemary; Spink, Elaine (2008) '
Primary curriculum: teaching the foundation subjects'.
 London, UK : Continuum 2008

Department of Education (2013).
'The National Curriculum in England: key stage 1 and 2 framework documents'
. London, UK: Crown Copy.

DFES (2006) '
Learning outside the classroom manifesto'
. London, UK: Department for Education and Skills. [online] http://www.lotc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/G1.-LOtC-Manifesto.pdf (accessed on: 5/3/15)

Focus on Food (2013) '
Why cooking matters?'
[online] [Accessed 10th March 2015] http://www.focusonfood.org/cooking_matters

Grainger, T and Barnes, J. (2006)
'Creativity in the Primary Curriculum. The Open University.'
[Online] [Accessed on 10th March 2015] http://oro.open.ac.uk/12953/2/4C7A8273.pdf

Kolb, D.A (1984) '
Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learning and Development
'. New Jersey, USA: Prentice Hall

Ofsted (2008)
'Learning outside the classroom: How far should you go?'
. London, UK: Crown Copyright

Rieber, L. P. (1996) Microworlds, in Jonassen, David, H. (ed.)
'Handbook of research on educational communications and technology'
. Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology. Second edition. Simon and Schuster, 583-603 ISBN 0-02-864663-0

Stockpot Council (2015) '
Air Raid Shelters
' [Online] [Accessed on 5th March 2015] www.stockport.gov.uk/airraidshelters
References
Travel & Cost
Entrance fee: Pupils: £7.08
Adults: Free
Coach arrangement: £230
Cost per child: £10.50
National Curriculum KS2:
Activities
Risk Assessment
Advantages and Disadvantages of site

History:
“a study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066” (NC,2014:191).
Environment

Educational sessions: rationing, make do and mend, domestic life, salvage

Lunchtime

Journey to and from coach.
Conclusion
Geography:

"Locational Knowledge: To locate the world’s countries..."
"Geographical skills: use maps, atlases, globes and digital/computer mapping to locate countries and describe features studied" (NC,2014:186)
Cooking and Nutrition:
"pupils should be taught how to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating"

KS2:
"prepare and cook a variety of savory dishes"
"Understand seasonality: know where and how ingredients are grown, reared, caught and processed."
(NC,2014:183)
Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC)
"What was it like for children in the Second World War?" Pupils visiting Stockport Museum and Air Raid Shelters know exactly what it was like and, as a result, will be much more capable of understanding the significance and emotions... This is learning at its best and a credit to all concerned.
Stockport Museum
Foundation Subjects
Art:
"to improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including drawing, painting ...with a range of materials [e.g. pencil, charcoal, paint]" (NC,2013:177)
Cost
Time


Artefacts
In role
Experience
History: "A study in an aspect of history or a site that dates back beyond 1066 and has significance to the locality"
Teacher's pack
Dialogic
"most
memorable
learning
experiences, help us to make sense of the
world around us by making links between
feelings
and learning." (DFES,2006:3)
Complexities:
L.O.
Cooking: supervision, lack of facilities, teachers confidence planning for cookery lessons. (Focus on Food,2013)

Bibliography:


Bassett, D.S. & Jackson, L. (1994).
'Applying the Model to a Variety of Adult Learning Situations'.
In Jackson, L. & Caffarella, R.S. (Eds.), Experiential Learning: A New Approach (pp. 73-86). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

BBC (2014). '
Children of World War 2'
[Online] [Accessed 3rd March 2015] http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/world_war2/

BBC (2014) '
Methods of Differentiation in the Classroom'
[Online] [Accessed on 5th March 2015] http://www.bbcactive.com/BBCActiveIdeasandResources/MethodsofDifferentiationintheClassroom.aspx

BBC (2014).
'World War 2 Audio Clips'
. Learning School Radio [Online] [Accessed on 6th March 2015]
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schoolradio/subjects/history/ww2clips

BBC (2014). '
WW2 People's War
' [Online] [Accessed 1st March 2015] http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/

Berk, R.A. (2009) '
Multimedia Teaching with Video Clips: TV, Movies, YouTube, and mtvU in the College Classroom
'. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning [Online] [Accessed on 10th March 2015] http://www.sicet.org/journals/ijttl/issue0901/1_Berk.pdf

Clowes, G. (2011).
'The Essential 5: A Starting Point for Kagan Cooperative Learning'.
Teacher To Teacher (UK) Limited. [Online] [Accessed 1st March 2015]

http://www.t2tuk.co.uk/downloads/the%20essential%205.pdf

Council for Learning Outside the Curriculum (2011
) 'Learning Outside the Classroom Curriculum planning' [
Online] [Accessed on 17th February 2015] http://www.lotc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/LOtC-within-the-school-curriculum_2011.pdf

Creative Education (2014).
'10 Reasons to take Learning Outside the Classroom'
[Online] [Accessed on 28th February 2015]

http://www.creativeeducation.co.uk/blog/learning-outside-the-classroom/

Ofsted (2008)
'Learning Outside the Classroom'
[Online] [Accessed on 2nd March 2015] http://www.lotc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Ofsted-Report-Oct-2008.pdf

Schwartz, M. (no date).'
Best Practices in Experiential Learning'
. The Learning & Teaching Office. [Online] [Accessed on 9th March 2015] http://www.ryerson.ca/content/dam/lt/resources/handouts/ExperientialLearningReport.pdf

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council (no date).
'Our Museums and Galleries'
[Online] [Accessed on 25th January 2014] http://www.stockport.gov.uk/services/leisureculture/visitstockport/museumsandgalleries/museumsandgalleries/


Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council (no date)
. 'Stockport Museum'
[Online] [Accessed on 2015] http://www.stockport.gov.uk/services/leisureculture/visitstockport/museumsandgalleries/museumsandgalleries/stockportmuseum/
Parent/carers consent form
Why these subjects?

History:
Britain's past and wider world and to inspire their curiosity.

Geography:
geographical understanding.

Food Technology:

effects of food rationing on peoples lives.

Art:

Pedagogical approach; its place within the national curriculum.
Discussions


“Communication is essential for building understanding”
(Hiebert eta al, 1996 cited in Cirillo, 2013)



Questioning

Assessment

Critical thinking and inquiring attitudes.
Creativity

Development of social, emotional and other skills.
Peer Assessment

Use of videos
Differentiation Strategies
Resources
Success Criteria
Mixed abilities

Kagan Structures- all students engaged.
Dialogue
Visual support
Deeper understanding and new understanding
“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” (Confucius)

"Learning is the process whereby knowledge is created through the transformation of experience." (Kolb, 1984)

"Children’s understandings of topics under study can be brought to life by trips to museums and other field trips offering opportunities for the children to relate what they know about a particular topic to how they experience it.
"
(Hayes, 2004)
Broad and balanced curriculum, (Ofsted, 2008)

Creativity and experiential learning, (Barnes and Greinger, 2006)





LoTC
Outdoor Learning
Importance of Foundation Subjects.
Activity
Exploratory
Rules/ Instructions
Air raid precautionary measures:

Bombs
Gas masks
Morrison shelter
In role
Home and rationing:

Wartime setting:
clothes- make do and mend; washing
cleaning up
Camouflage nets
Cooking with utensils
Experiential
Age group: Year 5

"LOtC is the use of places other than the classroom for teaching and learning. It is about getting children and young people out and about, providing them with challenging, exciting and different experiences to help them learn". (DFES,2006)
" LOtC contributed significantly to raising standards and improving pupil's personal, social and emotional development". (Ofsted 2008)


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