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TEACHING PRACTICE SCHEME OF WORK (20142015)

DTE Student Name & ID No.

Subject: MTW
Pupil Year Group: 1st year
No. of Lessons: 18
Date: 04/12/2014

Toms Spellman G00285291

List of Topics: Phone Holder


No. of Pupils: 24
Length Of Lessons: 40 mins and
70 mins
Time of Lesson: WED 9.15, THURS
12:30, FRI 1:55

PREVIOUS LEARNING
KNOWLEDGE

The students have been doing


Materials Technology Wood
since September. They have a
very basic understanding of
woodwork practices and
theories.
The students have an
understanding of the safety
rules and procedures in the
woodwork room.
They know that in a practical
class, all tools are to be
returned to the lockers after
use, the floor must be kept
clear from obstructions such as
bags and stools at all times.

SKILLS

They are able to use some of


the marking out tools such as
the tri square, steel ruler, bevel
and marking gauge.
They are familiar with hand
tools such as the tennon saws
and chisels and are able to use
them basically.
The students are able to mark
out and produce halving joints,
and basic housing joints.
They have also examined areas
such as sketching, drawing and
design and have good practice
on this. (Cross, 2010, p. 9-30).
Students are able to use the

The students are able to


identify the uses of trees. They
know the importance of timber
in the real world in relation to
furniture construction and
infrastructure as well as the
natural role they play in the
environment.

AIMS

pillar drill once it is set up by


the teacher.

LEARNING
OUTCOMES (LO)

1. Establish safe
1. Work safely within the
working conditions in
MTW room.
the MTW room.
2. Look forward to
learning about MTW
2. Create a fun and
and its content.
positive learning
environment for the 3. List the rules and
routines of the class
students where
and abide by them.
they will achieve
4. Mark out a piece of
their full potential.
timber from a working
3. Reinforce the rules
drawing using the
and routines of the
correct marking out
classroom.
tools.
4. Help students to
5. Understand what a
understand how to
mortise and tennon
mark out and make a
joint is and list its
phone holder project.
components.
5. Introduce the theories
6. List the advantages of
of the Mortise and
using a mortise and
Tennon joint.
tennon joint as
6. Identify the
opposed to another
advantages of the
joint.
mortise and tennon
7. Present a project of a
joint
phone holder to their
7. Complete a practical
peers and parents at
project incorporating
the end of the term.
the mortise and
8. Collaboratively work
tennon joint.
as a team to achieve
8. Ensure the students
an end goal.
can work in small
groups as well as

ASSESSMENT
1. Observe and
caution students of
incorrect practices
within the MTW
room.
2. Interactive and
pupil centered
games relating to
the topic covered in
class.
3. Create a class
poster
collaboratively with
the students
containing the rules
and routines
4. After class
demonstrations and
instruction sheets
students will be
individually
observed and given
feedback on their
techniques.
5. Class test on
mortise and tennon
joints
6. Class test on
mortise and tennon
joints

7. Presentation of work
and grading.
8. Team work
exercises and
games that are
pupil centered and
interactive.

individually on
different tasks and
activities when
learning about the
topics.

LITERACY

NUMERACY

STRATEGIES

STRATEGIES

Word wall on the


side of the chalk
board. New
vocabulary will be
placed there.
Help students look
for patterns or
letter connections
in words.
I will help the
students with
spelling and get
them to call out on
the board the
correct spelling.
I will reinforce
words that the
students will find
in their reading.
Brainstorming
when designing
the phone holder
Word Maps
develop
definitions,
synonyms, its use
in a sentence and
even a picture or
sketch depending
on the particular
word

Calculations of
measurements
I will talk with
the students
maths teacher
and find out
what the
students are
able to do that
is related to
MTW.
Students will be
constantly
working with
measurements.
When working
with these
measurements
they will have
to multiply,
divide, add, and
subtract
measurements.

ORACY
STRATEGIE
S

GRAPHICACY
STRATEGIES
Diagrams

I will speak
in a manner
that is not
outside the
students
vocabulary.
Class
presentation
on mortise
and tennon
joint.
Correcting
poor oracy
Dialogue
Spelling
competition
Cooperative
learning: a
range of
team based
learning
approaches
where
students
work
together to
complete a
task.

Solidworks
Working
drawings
Mind maps
Spider
diagrams
Graphic

organizers:
visual displays
to organize
information
into things like
trees, Flow
charts, webs,
etc.

DIFFERENTIATION STRATEGIES
Projects are unisex so that they have they
Gender Inclusion

have their own input on the design


All students are given an equal amount of
care and attention c

Multicultural Inclusion

N/A

Special Educational
Needs (SEN) Strategies

N/A
There will be various levels of difficulty in the project
that will allow for mixed ability. One student has

Mixed Ability Teaching


Strategies

difficulty in holding concentration and also remembering


information. For this constant reinforcement and
reminders such as a looped PowerPoint video or a
specific handout for the student will be useful.

PPT

Introduction to class
Name game
Rules and routines
Aims for the coming weeks
Previous knowledge
questioning
Introduce new project
Discussion of brief
Homework for design part of
project

Higher order
questioning
Interactive PPT
Games
Class discussion
(inclusive)
Statement of Los
Use of visuals

Creation of class
poster
Observations
Class discussion
Higher order
Questioning
techniques

Assess the designs of the

Higher order

students

questioning

Students develop their designs

Students self assess

Phone

PPT on Mortise and Tennon

Interactive learning

Holder

joint

Collaborative

Homework is to complete a

learning

Hand outs on
mortise and
tennons
Higher order
Questioning
techniques
Observations
Class discussion

finished design ready to start

Statement of LOs

Phone
holder

project for next class


1

Phone

Demonstration on how to mark

Projects.
Homework sheet
presentation of work
Roll call & seating
plan
Soft object
Solidworks, Working
Drawings,

Designs of projects
Handout on health
and safety.
Rules.
Handout on mortise
and tennon
Black Board.
Poster of mortise and
tennon
Quiz sheet.

Demonstration work
out
Safety tips using gauges etc
holder

Techniques involved
Numeracy in working drawings
Students mark out first piece

Recap on previous lesson


Students continue with
2

Phone
holder

marking out
Work from the working
drawings
Loop video on marking out
Mark out next piece

sheets
Higher order
questioning
Students help with
demonstration

Correction of
homework sheets
Class discussion
Observations
Higher order
Questioning
techniques

Designed images

Quiz
Recap game
Higher order
Questioning
techniques
Observations
Class discussion

Safety revision sheet.

Recap on previous
lesson
Observations
Class discussion
Higher order
Questioning

Textbook and Collins

Markers
PPT
Safety Poster
Marking out
instructions

Recap game
Pupil centered
learning and higher
order questioning
Use of a loop video
Differentiation
techniques with

Poster on general
safety
Quiz sheet on
marking out

grouping of different

Phone

Recap on mortise and tennon

levels
Recap on previous

holder

joints

lesson

Demonstration on how to cut

Show samples of

out the tennons

mortise and tennon

Students put into groups of

joints

Complete
Woodworkers
Manual
Markers

same abilities to aid

Group work

differentiation in the class

Class

Students begin cutting tennons

demonstrations

Students recap on previous


learning
Continue cutting tennons
2

Phone

Introduction to the mortises

holder

Extraction of waste material


using a
demonstration
Looped video as aid

techniques

Tools for cutting out


tennons

Recap using higher

Observations

Textbook

order questioning

Recap of last

Overhead projector

Loop video to give

lesson

PowerPoint

more time with

Class discussion

Whiteboard markers

other students

Higher order

Working Drawings

Demonstration hand Questioning


techniques
outs

Phone

Recap on previous lesson

holder

Continue cutting out mortise

Recap using a quiz

and tennons

Higher order

Use of looped videos to aid

questioning

differentiation

Loop video

Complete removal of mortise

Show samples to

and tennons

pass around

Solidworks

Samples of mortise

Show stage by
stage samples of

Quiz sheets
Observations
Class discussion
Higher order
Questioning
techniques
Recap

and tennons
Textbook
Overhead projector
PowerPoint
Whiteboard markers
Working Drawings
Solidworks

M&T joints
Wood burners

Question sheet on

Safety Posters

Recap on previous lesson

Interactive PPT

wood burner

Samples of mortise

Introduce pyrography using

Get students to

Observations

and tennons

Phone

wood burner

work together in

Class discussion

Textbook

holder

State the safety precautions of

groups

Higher order

Overhead projector

it

Higher order

Questioning

PowerPoint

Set up wood burning stations

questioning

techniques

Whiteboard markers
Working Drawings
Solidworks

Recap on pyrography

Continue to work on projects

Recap game

Cutting

Reinforcement of

Phone

Burning

correct procedures

holder

Mortising

Demonstration on

Introduce the drill

the drill

Safety on drill
4

Phone

Begin drilling
Recap on previous lesson

Interactive PPT

Holder

Refer to working drawings

Get students to

White board markers


Observations

Recap handouts

Class discussion

Instruction handouts

Higher order

Marking out tools

Questioning

Tennon Saws and

techniques

chisels

Higher order
Questioning
techniques

White board markers


Recap handouts

work together in
groups
Marking out demonstration
Safety on the drill
Screwing

Class discussion
Observations

Higher order

Instruction handouts

questioning

Marking out tools

Loop video

Tennon Saws and

Show samples to

chisels

pass around
Instruction sheets
Continue with construction of
4

Phone

phone holder

Holder

Observation of students drilling


and cutting and burning

Class games

Observations

Positive

Class discussion

reinforcement

Higher order

Higher order

Questioning

questions

techniques
Feedback sheets

Phone

Continue with construction of

holder

phone holder

White board markers


Recap handouts
Instruction handouts
Marking out tools
Tennon Saws and
chisels
handouts on cutting

Class discussion

and burning

Observation of students drilling

Observe children

Higher order

chisels

and cutting and burning

Reinforcement of

Questioning

markers

correct procedures

techniques

Recap handouts

Observations

White board

Instruction
Marking out tools
Recap on previous
lesson
Continue with construction of
5

Phone

phone holder

Holder

Observation of students drilling


and cutting and burning

Observations
Class discussion

Observe all

Higher order

students work and

Questioning

progress

techniques

Question students

Higher order questioning on


5

Phone
holder

different aspects of tools


machines and practices used
Interactive quiz on all parts of
the project so far

Recap handouts
Instruction handouts
Marking out tools
Tennon Saws and

on what they are

chisels

doing
Recap on project so far

White board markers

Pupil centered

Quiz

learning and higher

Observations

order questioning in

Class discussion

form of a quiz

Higher order

Use of a loop video

Questioning
techniques

White board markers


Recap handouts
Instruction handouts
Marking out tools
Tennon Saws and
chisels

Phone

Introduce the gluing up of the

holder

project

Interactive PPT

Compare students

process of making

Recap on previous knowledge

Get students to

previous

glue

PowerPoint on

work together in
of gluing
Tools needed for gluing
Gluing up in teams of two

groups

knowledge to what
they now know

Higher order

using before and

Video of making of

questioning

after template

glue

Higher order

Ingredients for glue

Questioning

Safety sheet on

techniques

gluing.

Observations

Tips about gluing up

Co-operative learning
Others continue drilling and
completing other parts

Class discussion
6

Phone

Students who are finished

holder

gluing can begin sanding

Interactive PPT

Observations

process of making

Using different grits

Get students to

Class discussion

glue

Others will be gluing up and

work together in

Higher order

Video of making of

helping others

groups

Questioning

glue

Higher order

techniques

Ingredients for glue

questioning

Compare students

Safety sheet on

prior knowledge

gluing.

with new

Tips about gluing up

PowerPoint on

knowledge using
previous

knowledge
template.
Continue project so far

Everyone will be at different

Pupil centered

Observations

Recap handouts

stages

learning and higher

Class discussion

Instruction handouts

Include loop videos of different

order questioning

Higher order

Tennon Saws and

Phone

stages where appropriate

Use of a loop video

Questioning

chisels

holder

Help any students that may

Differentiation

techniques

Glue

need assistance

strategies such as

Sanding and obtaining a fine

group work

Clamps
Wet cloth
Loop Video

finish is key
6

Phone

Final touches to the projects


Brainstorm about defects and

holder

gluing up

Varnish
Handout with a step

Students learn about the

Interactive PPT

different types of finishes

Get students to

They choose between bees

work together in

wax and Danish oil

groups

Submission for grading

Higher order
questioning

Observations
Class discussion
Higher order
Questioning
techniques

by step procedure to
record a result/
conclusion
PowerPoint
Quiz Sheets
Textbook
Group work sheets
Prizes

Video