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SD Portfolio Task 3--The History Masterpeice

 

The term 'Masterpeice' used to refer to the culmination of the effort of a Medieval Journeyman or apprentices before their acceptance into a guild.  All the experience and skill of the craftsman was exhibted in a single peice of work;their Masterpeice.


 

Your Masterpeice, therefore, is to be an culmination of your skills and experience acquired during the course and is an opportunity to show off your very best possible practice. 

 

You need to present your task. Listen to the critique from the group.  Then review your work.

 

For your portfolio you need to include a copy of your task, lesson plan and/or presentation and then submit a half a side of A4 explaining how you could improve your original idea based on the critique from the group.

Try to use activities you have developed in school. All three activities can belong to separate lessons.

The Masterpeice will be presented in three separate parts with different requirements;

Session 1: "The perfect starter.
Monday 20th January 2014 12:30-17:05



You must present a starter you have created.  This must reflect your best possible work.  You must include an understanding of the how this activity fits into the whole lesson as a result you need to show the group a lesson plan and a rationale of why you chose this particular activity; how it will support learning and engagement. 
 
 



1. Timing: The presentation will be 15 minutes long.
(The presentation must be exactly 10 minutes long followed by 5 minutes for Critique).

2. The Starter needs to include a primary source; that you have adapted in some way for the purpose.

3. You need to explain how the starter fits into the whole lesson/scheme of learning.

4. You need to explain your rationale behind your choice of activity.

Session 2: "My rigorous and Challenging Main task"                      

Wednesday 23rd April 2014 09:00-12:00

You must present a main task you have created.  This must reflect your best possible work.  You must include an understanding of the how this activity fits into the whole lesson as a result you need to show the group a lesson plan and a rationale of why you chose this particular activity; how it will support learning and engagement.  It must also show clear differentiation and challenge.

1. Timing: The presentation will be 15 minutes long.
(The presentation must be exactly 10 minutes long followed by 5 minutes for Critique).

2. The Main Task needs to use ICT in some way.

3. You need to explain how the Main task develops the Historical Thinking and Understanding of the pupils.

4. You need to explain your rationale behind your choice of activity.

5. The activity must be clearly differentiated.

Session 3 "A Plenary with impact"                                             

Wednesday 27th May 2014 13:00-17:05

You must present a plenary you have created.  This must reflect your best possible work.  You must be able to show that you understand the role of a plenary in a lesson and exempolify this in your activity. You must show how the task fits into the lesson as a whole and what your rationale is for including this into your lesson.

1. Timing: The presentation will be 15 minutes long.
(The presentation must be exactly 10 minutes long followed by 5 minutes for Critique).

2. The plenary needs to include a resource you have made for the purpose.

3. You need to explain how the plenary fits into the whole lesson.

4. You need to explain your rationale behind your choice of activity.

 Standards

S3,S4,S5,S1,S2

   

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