TM Lesson 3

How are you feeling today?
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Slide 1: Quiz
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This lesson contains 19 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

time-iconLesson duration is: 60 min

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How are you feeling today?

Slide 1 - Quiz

Welcome everyone! Today's lesson:

  • Warm-up activity
  • Recap of last week's lesson + discussion homework
  • Reminder of content final assignment (the aim of the course)
  • WALT(aim): Before the end of the lesson, students can design Phase 2 of the FE loop for an English language activity
  • WILF (SC): 
- Students can describe Phase 2 of the 5 Phase Cycle
- Students can list at least three informal and three formal ways of Checking For Understanding 
- Students can list three functions of C4Us
- Students can list the different types of information a teacher should look for when checking 
   for understanding

Slide 2 - Slide

How was your break?
Have you had a think about what/when you will teach your lesson series?
Have you started to work on creating aims and SC?

at least 3 SUCCESS CRITERIA for that aim
2 ideas for checks for understanding that you would like to experiment with

Slide 3 - Slide

I can list the five phases of the FE loop

Slide 4 - Poll

Collect evidence of learning
Collect evidence of HOW students reach the aim.
C4Us = Checks for Understanding
Suggestions for the example of 5 sentences about yourself?
Analyse evidence of learning
Describe and explain observations of the collected evidence of learning. What went well? Why? Where is room for improvement?
Discuss findings/analysis with students
Providing students with feedback. Informing them about your findings. How do you do that so their learning can benefit from your feedback?
Improve your teaching and the students' learning
If you had to teach the same again, what would you do differently? Why? Which activities can you come up with to make sure your students reach the aim set in phase 1?
Aims and success criteria (SC)
AIM(S) = WHAT do you want your students to learn?
SC = HOW will your students reach the aim?

Example AIM: Students can introduce themselves in 5 sentences.

Slide 5 - Slide

Give the definition of phase 1 in the FE loop.

Slide 6 - Open question

True or false: In phase 1, the teacher always sets the aim and decides on the success criteria (SC) him/herself.

Slide 7 - Poll

If your answer was 'true':
Watch the third video uploaded as prep work in BS for last week, because the teacher does not always set the aim and decide on the SC him/herself. Students can do that as well. The teacher needs to make sure they tick all the boxes, though, so are they SMART and do they all show student learning and of course: Do  all SC lead to achieving the aim?

Slide 8 - Slide

If needed: Watch info about Phase 1 in Dutch (from SLO)

Slide 9 - Slide

Since our TM class last week, I've made an aim and SC for at least one lesson and tried them out.

Slide 10 - Poll

The final assignment in a nutshell
Check module guide!
Written part:                 Description of students, activity, aims and SC. Theory 
                                            used to support choices.
Written or recorded: Description of and reflection on the 5 phases put into 
                                            practice. Theory used to explain.
Written:                           Conclusion including reflection on the use of formative 
                                            evaluation and your future use of it. Theory used to 
                                            support. Everything in the appendix.

Slide 11 - Slide

SLO animation: Phase 2
(watch until 1.53)

     Choose the level of your students
     and check out samples on the site

Slide 12 - Slide

Phase 2: Ways to collect
of student learning

Slide 13 - Mind map

Gathering evidence of student learning
  • teacher asks students to write on paper
  • teacher records verbal responses
  • teacher uses digital tools 
  • teacher asks students to use self-assessment
  • teacher asks students to give peer-feedback

Self-assessment & peer-feedback will be discussed next week

Slide 14 - Slide


Slide 15 - Slide

Think-pair-share assignment (10 mins)
Browse the sites and write down:
  • 3 informal C4Us which would work for your students and 1 which wouldn't. 
  • 2 formal C4Us which would work for your students and 1 which wouldn't.
  • Explain your choices to your group members.
  • Be prepared to share with the entire class afterwards.

Slide 17 - Slide

If enough time: Group assignment (15mins)
  • Choose a class of one of the group members. Write down  CEFR level, age, relevant backround info.
  • Think of an activity and formulate an aim and suitable SC for it 
  • Decide how to collect evidence of student learning.
  • Choose 2 informal C4Us and 1 formal C4U to check if the students have understood the assignment and have got sufficient knowledge to get started.

Slide 18 - Slide

Exit ticket: What have I learnt today that I can use in my lessons next week?

Slide 19 - Open question