Online Training: #5MinWebinar


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“Ofsted do not require a lesson plan; but evidence of a planned lesson!”

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Consistently Good Lessons with The 5-Minute Lesson Plan

When?

  1. Wednesday 2nd April – 4-5pm – The 5 Minute Lesson Plan webinar (Intermediate).
  2. Wednesday 7th May – 4-5pm –  #Stickability: Building on The 5 Minute Lesson Plan (Advanced).
  3. New dates to be announced in the Autumn Term 2014/15

I would highly recommend that staff attending the session, bring a current school lesson plan to the webinar. This can be used for comparison, as well as a potential exercise for converting information from a current lesson, onto The 5 Minute Lesson Plan format.

To attend this webinar:

To attend, together with a video recording of the webinar, please the main page. We will then send you an invitation email for you to register onto the session or contact info@webinology.com. Thank you.

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Powerful evidence:

.@TeacherToolkit‘s 5-Minute Lesson Plan is a ground-breaking, free resource for schools which has been:

  • Downloaded from The TES, 300,000+ times.
  • Used in 140+ countries.
  • Translated into 9 languages.
  • Recognised by Ofsted (in reports) and individual inspectors.
  • Used by a mainstream examination board, PGCEs, NQTs, Tutors, Mentors, Senior Teachers and Headteachers.
  • Countless variations online for subject specific content: PE; Science; English; Maths; EYFS; Primary; Higher Education.

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This webinar is for:

  • school leadership teams who want to discover more.
  • individual teachers who wish to try using the template.
  • to introduce The 5 Minute Lesson Plan.
  • or for existing users who wish to further and fully develop how it is deployed within their teaching and learning settings.

Comprising a presentation from the developer Ross Morrison McGill, and featuring interaction and evidence from other users who have successfully implemented the plan, this webinar will be ideal if  you are introducing the plan for yourself; a small department; an NQT you are mentoring, or quite possibly introducing the document to all staff in your school.

This webinar will help you use this superb resource to move teaching within your school from “Good” to “Outstanding”. Evidence will be presented and discussed. Specifically, we will look at how we deploy the plan to address the key challenges in planning a lesson.

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1. The 5 Minute Lesson Plan
1. The 5 Minute Lesson Plan

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Details:

The big picture

How does the lesson  fit into your scheme of work / topic? What knowledge are pupils coming to the lesson with already? What links have you made / can you make? Describe the lesson in 30 seconds!

Objectives

Your objectives for the current lesson and that your lesson is building on what’s gone before. How to incorporate at least 2 different leveled objectives – perhaps allowing students to choose their own.

Engagement

What’s the hook? How will you gain student attention at the start and throughout the lesson that is exciting and meaningful (without you working to hard!) that you’ll be using to lure pupils into learning? it’s not needed every lesson….but a good story often is enough!

‘Stickability’

What will stick in pupils’ minds as they leave your lesson? What key point(s) do you want them to remember and bring back to the next lesson? Read more here.

AfL

How will you assess where your learners are at during the lesson, so as to know how to take them where you want to go! What AfL strategies are you going to use? What key questions will help you to lure pupils into learning? Try Pose, Pause, Pounce, Bounce? Planning for various (AfL) Assessment for Learning strategies to allow students to see progress. Using a Targeted-Question grid to help frame higher-order questions.

Key words

Literacy has never had such a high-profile as it has at the moment. Encouraging students to read lesson objectives out. Picking out keywords and extrapolating their meanings. Using techniques to break down the phonics of each word and encourage visual recognition to reinforce. Planning what key-word you want students to learn. This promotes high levels of literacy which is an Ofsted focus. What about numeracy? Every lesson should involve some mathematical reference of link.

Differentiation / Groupings

Plan – at a glance – what activities you will provide for gifted and talented students; students with SEN/D and EAL? What sort of groupings are needed, what are they doing and when? Do you have this mapped to a seating plan with current levels of progress?

Learning episodes

What is going to happen in the lesson from start to finish? Identify as many opportunities for pupil-led learning as possible. The four boxes do NOT denote a four-part lesson. Just fill them up with what needs to happen.

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Training by:

Ross Morrison McGill is an assistant vice principal in a rapidly improving, inner-city school in North London. He is the author of 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons and is an award-winning teacher (Guardian Teacher of the Year in Secondary School in London 2004). His website has just been awarded, the number 1 educational blog in the UK and writes for The Guardian Education.

Read more about Ross here.

Provided by:

online training by @TeacherToolkit

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 Terms and Conditions:

1. Bookings: can only be made through the Webinology website and will not be confirmed until either payment has been made (via Paypal) at the 
point of booking, or, where a customer is unable to make payment via Paypal and through prior agreement with Webinology, an official order is 
supplied by the customer against which Webinology can raise an invoice. Webinology reserves the right to cancel any webinar registrations for 
which a payment is not made in advance of the webinar.
2. Cancellation Policy: Once booked, a cancellation fee will apply of 100% of the webinar fee. Although Webinology may, at it’s own discretion, 
offer a place at an alternative webinar, subject to availability.
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without the prior permission of Webinology.

Booking:

Please get in touch with Bryan at info@webinology.com to have any questions answered – Thank you.

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14 thoughts on “Online Training: #5MinWebinar

  1. I may just be missing something, but is it a choice of two different sessions or a two-part session taking place over two dates? Definitely interested though

  2. I am currently a supply teacher.

    Not going to see it am I?

    I am however the focus of a group of colleagues who attended a conference last July for whom ultimately we plan to hold joint CPD sessions will we be able to show it at a later date as there is currently no arrangements, venues , diaries etc.

    School name given was the last school I had a long term contract at.

    Used the #5min lesson plan format for a recent interview (lesson obs. bit) and they were quite dismissive and felt it was better to use the more formal grid structure.I was somewhat non-plussed

    I will share the name of the institution if you want jvae59@gmail.com

    1. Hi there. The online session is for schools or individuals teachers who have booked online. There are 2 further sessions on 26/27th Nov.
      Please email me on: TeacherToolkit at me .com
      Thanks
      Ross

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