Lesson Pl
an 2010/11
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Unit Titl
e
Circles
Lesson Focus
(
and number in sequence
)
3 out of 5
Class
name/year
Y7 middle set
Lesson date
Period
Name
Links to ta
rgets identified from previous Lesson E
valuation and/or Weekly Review
Learning Objectives
To be able to know and
label
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The ideas/concepts, skills and subject material you aim to teach
Learning Outcomes
All
will be able to label a circle
Most
will be able to use the properties of the theorems learnt
Few
What the student
s will have learned during the lesson
Equality, diversity & inclusion strategies
Groups or individuals with specific needs (initials only),
d
ifferentiation, TA deployment
Health and safety
and wellbeing
Resources checklist
Worksheets
Rulers
P
rotractors
Compasses
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Time
Learning
Management
Differentiation
Assessment for Learning
What do we want the pupils to learn?
For each task what are the main learning points
(skills, Knowledge, understanding)?
How will I organise the class and reso
urces?
What key instructions are needed? What will
the class be doing?
For the main tasks, how will I adapt the task to
make sure that all pupils are challenged?
How do I know if they have learnt? What
strategies will I use to check this?
9.00
Starter:
recap labels and formula from
the previous lesson
The class will draw a circle, and label
what they remember from the last
class. The class must use a compass
to draw and circle and use a ruler
when labelling some of the circle.
The class will also have to
write down
any formulae that they remember
from the last class
For pupils who remember all of the
labels they will be asked can they add
anything else on to the circle
Weather they have correctly labelled
the circle or not. Work will be checked
by walkin
g around the room and then
showing a correctly labelled circle on
the board along with the formulae.
Pupils will then be asked to correct
any mistakes they may have made
9.10
Main:
1.
Introduce new words (that
relate to circles)
2.
Add more labels to the circle
they have drawn as part of
the starter
3.
Theorems
4.
Properties of a chord and
tangent in relation to the
radius
5.
A tangent to a circle is a
straight line which touches
the circle at only one point (so
it does not cross the circle

it
just touches it).
6.
A tangen
t to a circle forms a
right angle with the circle's
radius, at the point of contact
1.
Listening
2.
The class will add this new
labels onto their circle
3.
4.
The class will copy the
theorem into their copy
5.
The clas
s can ask question
about what we have just done
6.
7.
The class will draw their own
circles and chords/tangents
and measure the angles it
makes
8.
The class will start on the
exercise sheet.
The exercise sheet will increase in
difficulty, but it will also have
extended lower level question for
students that are having difficulties.
I will walk around the class helping
students and marking work.
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of the tangent.
7.
Investigation
8.
Exercise Sheet
9.50
Plenary
Answers to the work sheet
Quick discussion on what we have
learnt today
Pupils will mark their work
I will mark sure pupils get a chance
to get their opinion across and that
others are listening to them
Lesson evaluation

to be completed after teaching this lesson. Reflect on what you did that either enabled or hampered learning
.
Pupil progre
ss
Did you achieve your SMART
targets?
Did the pupils meet the learning outcomes? How do you know?
Action to take next lesson with the class a) to improve my teaching and b) to improve the classes learning
. Please refer to the Profile Characteristics.
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