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Closing The Gap Lesson Planning.
Transcript of Closing The Gap Lesson Planning.
'Closing The Gap' Lesson Planning.
What Do Estyn Say?
What does the ETF say?
A Planning Cycle for an effective lesson.
Put the statements on proforma 2 into what you think is the correct order.
1) Identify the effective elements of a good lesson plan which incorporates 'closing the gap'.
2) Identify a range of strategies to generate high levels of enthusiasm for, participation in, and commitment to learning.
3) Compare a range of strategies that can be used to support ALL learners.
4) Consolidate ideas to aid in the planning of a lesson/sequence of lessons.
What do you say? Use proforma 1
Support for all
One possible Order...
Lesson Objectives: Help or Hindrance?
A menu of ingredients for effective lesson planning
See Proforma 3.
Review of a lesson plan checklist.
See proforma 4
See Proforma 5
Examples of lesson plan structures...
How and why do we need to 'Close the Gap'?
Allow all pupils to access our lessons.
Including groups such as e-FSM, LAC, MAT etc
What does it mean to be a poor child in S.E Wales?
I am more likely to have poorer health outcomes :
I am more likely to smoke, have a poor diet and use alcohol and other drugs
I am more likely to have an unplanned school-age pregnancy
I will be less safe in my community – more likely to have an RTA, to suffer physical abuse or be murdered
I am more likely to have lower skills and aspirations and to disengage with school
I am less likely to have access to music, art and out of school activities and opportunities
I am more likely to be low paid, unemployed and welfare dependent in adulthood
I am less likely to go on to HE, more likely to be workless and more likely to go to prison
If I am really poor, I am more likely to go to prison than University
I am more at risk of poor educational attainment:
My attendance will be lower, and my behaviour is more likely to be seen as poor
The gap between my achievement compared to advantaged children is present at 9 months old and significant by the age of 3 years
When I enter school, it is likely that I will be a year behind my more privileged classmates
I am less likely to engage with the curriculum, especially as I get older
I have more complex learning needs that are less likely to be met
My parents will be less involved in my schooling
I might not be in the classroom, especially in the last two weeks of term
I might be hungry, or have had too little sleep – this will affect my attention span and concentration
My behaviour and attitudes to adults might be affected by my social conditions
I might respond less well to challenge, and have less resilience
My vocabulary might be less developed – I might not understand some explanations, instructions, questions or jokes – your language might not be like mine
My access to experiences might make me less likely to understand some and resent other examples and illustrations
My access to resources – books, technology, people – might have limited my ability to do my homework
When you talk about the curriculum I might not agree with you about what’s worth knowing
If you talk about aspiration, I might need more encouragement than others.
How many of us?
Reasons and solutions.
See handouts 5/6/7
Try the diamond 9 activity
More Able and Talented....
See some of the books that are useful.