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  1. Preparing for Ofsted Monitoring Visit 9th May 2011 How to show that progress is being made

  2. What is a plenary? • Write down what a plenary is on the post it note • As a group on each table, come to an agreement as to what the purpose of a plenary is • Share with your table your most successful plenary

  3. Ofsted • “the plenary is poorly used if it is simply a bolt-on-extra which provides an opportunity for groups of pupils to present their work daily; it is essential time for making sure that pupils have grasped the objectives and made progress, so that the next lesson can begin on firm foundations”

  4. Objectives Outcomes • To enable staff to show progress being made during an Ofsted lesson drop in • All will understand what a mini plenary is • Even better if you discover some practical mini-plenaries that you will use in the classroom • Excellent when you share ideas and discuss implementation with colleagues

  5. The Accelerated Learning Cycle

  6. Why a mini-plenary? • The best time for recall is ten minutes after teaching something. • Always display your learning outcomes somewhere in the classroom • They should be unobtrusive to the lesson • Ask the right question Simple rules

  7. Ask the right questions • Who knows what a mini plenary is? • Tell your partner what a mini-plenary is etc • What have you learnt in this lesson about a mini plenary? • Tell your partner one plenary idea that you have learnt today and plan to use? Wrong question Right question

  8. Mini plenary: Pair and Share Outcomes • With your partner (the person sitting next to you) share one thing that you have learnt, understood more or an idea you plan to use • 30 secs to talk then swap over • All will understand what a mini plenary is • Even better if you discover some practical mini-plenaries that you will use in the classroom • Excellent when you share ideas and discuss implementation with colleagues

  9. Pre-prepared mini plenary • Use the ideas in the envelope choose one to use this week in a ks3 lesson • It should be • Appropriate for your subject • Preferable a reusable resource • Something which you are comfortable with

  10. Consolidate • Always display outcomes • Stick to the four part accelerated lesson plan • If an observer enters conduct a mini plenary within 5 mins unless progress will be seen through the planned plenary • Ask the right questions

  11. Questions • WWW – green • EBI - pink

  12. Made by Mike Gershon – mikegershon@hotmail.com If you want to make the slides whizz through really quickly and then press escape to choose a plenary at random do this: Select all slides, change slide transition to ‘0’ seconds and uncheck the ‘advance on mouse click’ box. Start the slide show and it should work. The Plenary Producer Useful summary about plenaries - http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/downloads/education/education_online/key_documents/key_stage_3/tlf_plenaries_circle.doc Plenary Ideas from – The Creative Teaching and Learning Toolkit (and Handbook) – Brin Best and Will Thomas ’35 Ideas for Plenaries’ – Pimlico Academy – Chris Marshall http://www.teachit.co.uk/custom_content/newsletters/newsletter_oct06.asp http://www.schoolhistory.co.uk/teachers/starters.html http://www.geographypages.co.uk/start.htm http://news.reonline.org.uk/rem_art10.php http://www.teach-ict.com/teacher/plenary/plenaries.htmhttp://www.kenttrustweb.org.uk/UserFiles/ASK8/File/Secondary_Science/Secondary_Science_Resources/science-ideas-for-starters.pdf www.independentthinking.com http://www.bristol-cyps.org.uk/teaching/secondary/science/pdf/el_starters.pdf www.teachingthinking.net http://www.geointeractive.co.uk/contribution/wordfiles/starters%20list.doc www.psychexchange.co.uk www.teachinglinks.co.uk/Lesson%20Starters%20and%20Plenaries.doc TES resources site Edward De Bono – How to Have Creative Ideas (Vermilion, Chatham, 2007) My head Other people’s heads