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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||1472921119 9781472921116 9781472921123 1472921127|
|Description:||1 online resource (142 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Other titles from Bloomsbury Education; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; How to use this book; Part 1 North --
your curriculum base; Chapter 1 Unpacking objectives for a scheme of work; Unpacking an objective; Develop objective questions; The Ella Test; Planning the order; Mapping knowledge versus skills; Titling and goal criteria; Learning goals; Curriculum land size; The Chembakolli Effect; Chapter 2 The structure of your lesson; Introduction/review; Development; Guided practice; Closure; Independent practice; Evaluation; Chapter 3 Planning your lesson. Planning formatsQuestions; Sharing plans; Part 2 East --
teaching types; Chapter 4 Shanghai maths --
for all subjects; Chapter 5 Bansho board work; Chapter 6 Wabi Sabi; Planning complacency; Chapter 7 Lesson study; Collaborative planning; Part 3 South --
planning for character; Chapter 8 Paired work; Chapter 9 Leadership; Administration; Personal growth; Mastery; Chapter 10 Class values; Promoting core values; Part 4 West --
planning classroom activities; Chapter 11 Pace panic; Matching pace to need; Activity essentials; Chapter 12 Devil's advocate: when can writing learning objectives work? Chapter 13 Lesson success criteriaAnchoring; Minimum effort fairy; Unconfident performance; Chapter 14 Outrageous expectations; Portfolios of excellence; Learning journey; Visualiser goodness; Hold and show; Wall of Wonder; Success criteria statements; Chapter 15 The scourge of learning admin; Chapter 16 Online worksheets; Appendix; References and recommended reading; Index.
|Series Title:||Outstanding Teaching|
Stephen Lockyer works as a primary teacher in London, and has taught for the past sixteen years. He is passionate about primary teaching, and talks across the country on a variety of related topics.