PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan
Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8
Lesson Title How does Orwell use th...
PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan
Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8
Lesson Title How does Orwell use th...
PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan
Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8
Lesson Title How does Orwell use th...
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Napoleon vs stalin lp

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8 Lesson Title How does Orwell use the character Napoleon to criticise Stalin? Date 31.3.14 1 Personal Teaching and Learning Targets (taken from evaluations and learning conversations referencing QTS standards) 1. To make success criteria explicit and link learning to the National Curriculum 2. To incorporate a wider variety of differentiation into lessons 3. To exhibit a secure subject knowledge Learning Objectives (Highlight those to be shared with pupils) Learning outcomes/Success Criteria (Highlight those to be shared with pupils) LO: To explore how Orwell uses Napoleon as a way to criticise Stalin 1. To know the key events in Animal Farm 2. To understand that these events represent real historical events 3. To be able to analyse how the character Napoleon represents Stalin You have put the key events in Animal Farm in the correct order. You have linked each fictional event with a real historical event You have compared characteristics and actions of Napoleon and Stalin and have explored the point Orwell was trying to make. Context (National Curriculum links, scheme of work information, insight into previous lesson, etc.) SOW: Pupils have read Animal Farm. They have since looked at Orwell’s background and have had one lesson on the use of allegory (focusing on who each character in Animal Farm represents). Their final assessment will be based on Napoleon’s character. NC: Reading AF Levels 4 – 7 (including use of language, structure, purpose of author and social/historical context) Individual learners’ needs Developing and incorporating literacy, numeracy, and ICT: Literacy: - Using comprehension of a text to order the plot - Mind-mapping key concepts and ideas - Producing written answers to demonstrate inference and analysis
  • 2. PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8 Lesson Title How does Orwell use the character Napoleon to criticise Stalin? Date 31.3.14 2 Learning and Teaching Sequence Time Link to learning objectives and outcomes Pupil Teacher Differentiation Assessment 0 – 10 10 – 20 20 – 30 30 – 45 45 - 60 Starter 1. To know the key events in Animal Farm 2. To understand that these events represent real historical events 3. To be able to analyse how the character Napoleon represents Stalin Plenary Pupils should complete their gap task (based on marking of their books) Card sort activity: pupils should put the events in Animal Farm in the order in which they occur in the novel. Pupils will be allocated a particular event and they will identify the real historical event that it represents. Each pair/group will feedback and pupils will record conclusions. Pupils will use the mind-map tool to identify similarities between Stalin and Napoleon. They will then discuss key characteristics of both characters (and record using post-it notes). Pupils answer the question ‘What point was Orwell making about Stalin?’ Ensure all pupils are settled and commence work as soon as possible. Explain the activity, and circulate the room to ensure pupils understand and are making progress. Introduce the task. Model how pupils could go about approaching the task (i.e. how to look for similarities between events, key words etc.). Circulate to ensure progress. Provide an example of how to think about the similarities. Show video to stimulate thinking about the pair. Offer scaffolding for pupils that need it (e.g. a list of hints). Conclude and summarise learning. Receive feedback from individual pupils to elicit understanding. Gap task is personalised based on prior learning By support of particular pupils By task (allocate events of higher difficulty to more able pupils) By resource (mind-map is colour-coded based on difficulty) By outcome Post-lesson checking of books Hinge questioning Pupil-led discussion Bloom’s questioning Teacher-led review
  • 3. PGCE School Direct Secondary Lesson Plan Trainee Name AGR Subject English Class Year 8 Lesson Title How does Orwell use the character Napoleon to criticise Stalin? Date 31.3.14 3 Lesson Evaluation What was successful/not so successful? Why? What can I do about it? Annotate your lesson plan using these prompts: Explanation Questioning Assessment Differentiation Transitions Engagement Relationships Literacy Numeracy ICT Involvement of other adults These prompts are a guide for reflection, you are not expected to use all the prompts, but you are expected to demonstrate reflection. Targets