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Pre service Teachers Name: Hayley Clark Mentor Teachers Name: Alie Lofting School: Heyfield Primary School

Year level: 3/4 VELS Level: 3/4 Lesson Title: ICT Powerpoint presentation lesson Lesson Duration: 3 min!tes Lesson Time and Date: T!esday 3 th April " #3 $ # % &am Lesson Aims At the end of this lesson, students will be able to identify and correctly use several different Microsoft PowerPoint editing functions. Some of these functions are changing the background colour and design, inserting clip art and/or photos from a web browser into their presentation, using text boxes and using all different effects on their presentations. hey will also learn how to navigate google !e.g different tabs such as search, images, news, etc" to find information and photos on a chosen topic.

Learning Outcomes use a!!ro!riate curriculum "rame#or$% VELS Strands Domain&s Dimension&s Physical, Personal and Social #earning $iscipline%based English 'eading ( Vie#ing #earning Language% )riting Literac*%


Identify the feat!res of online te'ts that enhance na(igation )se a range of software incl!ding word processing programs to constr!ct* edit and p!+lish written te't* and select* edit and place (is!al* print and a!dio elements

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E-!loring a range o" communication "orms ( Presenting

At Le(el ,* st!dents s!mmarise and organise ideas and information* logically and clearly in a range of presentations- They identify the feat!res of an effecti(e presentation and adapt elements of their own presentations to reflect them- )sing pro(ided criteria* they e(al!ate the effecti(eness of their own and others. presentations/ith minimal assistance* st!dents !se ICT tools to capt!re and sa(e images- They !se simple editing f!nctions to manip!late the images for !se in their prod!ctsIndi(id!ally* st!dents learn to process data in the form of te't*


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images and so!nd to create planned information prod!cts* s!ch as in(itations* short stories* presentation files 0for e'ample* a 1icrosoft PowerPoint file2* animations and title pages for +ooks +hildrens Prior Learning !what do the children already know/what have they covered'" This lesson is an introd!ction to PowerPoint- The appropriate !se of internet we+sites 0in partic!lar* 3oogle Images2 will also +e incorporated as an introd!ction to internet na(igation skills- Prior knowledge may +e present for some st!dents who ha(e had these e'periences with home comp!ters or otherwise* howe(er I will ass!me that they ha(e little to no prior knowledge with this programTeaching S$ill Develo!ment !(hat do you want to develop as a teacher'" I wo!ld like to de(elop an organi4ed strategy for teaching a small whole gro!p of children !sing only one laptop-

Teaching and Learning Pre!aration !resources etc" 5 Laptop 5 /hite+oard 6 1arkers

Session Structure Lesson Phase )rientation /&ntroduction How +est to moti(ate and e'plain the importance of this lesson7 This sho!ld +e for a+o!t & min!tes with links to prior learning or e'perienceseaching strategy/#earning Activities /hat will s!pport the st!dents to learn the concepts yo! are trying to teach and to reach the learning o!tcomes7 How will yo! cater for a di(ersity of learning needs7

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3et them e'cited +y telling them they get to make their own personal PowerPoint presentations on something they really lo(eLet them know the importance of learning how to !se it properly* and how to na(igate the internet safely and easilyTell the st!dents that once they ha(e the +asics they will +e a+le to !se PowerPoint for a whole range of things incl!ding school pro8ects* in f!t!re 8o+s etc- 0e'plain the !sef!lness2

This will +e a whole class lesson to teach the +asics of PowerPoint and internet na(igation- Altho!gh it will mainly +e a listening and (iewing style of lesson* the st!dents will then 0in their reading rotations for the day2 get the chance to create their own presentation with my g!idance and s!pportAltho!gh some st!dents will !nderstand 9!ite easily* I will e'plain it more than once and after " demonstrations I will ask them to tell me how to do certain things- :-g ;How do I change the +ackgro!nd colo!r of the slide7< or ;How do I add an effect to my clip art< and ha(e them e'plain to me how to do itI will also ask them at the end if they ha(e !nderstood e(erything and if they ha(e any 9!estionsI will reiterate the !sef!lness of slideshow presentations in other aspects of life* not 8!st school- I will also make s!re that the st!dents !nderstand that the main foc!s of their reading rotation with this acti(ity will +e to learn the

*onclusion /*losure How will yo! capt!re the

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main ideas of the lesson7 =ecap/re(ision etcAssessment Strategies /hat are the assessment strategies !sed thro!gho!t this lesson7 These sho!ld +e closely aligned to yo!r lesson aims- How yo! will yo! record st!dent learning o!tcomes7

f!nctions of the program* not the content of their slide showThe assessment of the st!dents. !nderstanding will +e !ndertaken d!ring reading rotations when they are* mostly* independently working on their slideshows with s!pport and g!idance from myself and other mem+ers in the gro!p if needed- At the end of rotations we will ha(e share time* where the feat!res !sed in the slide show 0or not !sed2 will +e clearly (isi+le-

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Pre.service teacher sel" evaluation +eeds &mprovement Teaching & Learning Dimension Introd!ction to the lesson 'ating Progressing Achieving (ell +omments The st!dents were engaged right from the start* as most of them lo(e to !se the comp!ters and so they were e'cited to see what we wo!ld +e doingI act!ally changed this* and we !sed the smart+oard and pro8ector once we were a+le to get it going* so that there was a large display and e(eryone co!ld see m!ch +etterThe comm!nication was great? 1ost st!dents were eager to gi(e ideas and share what they knew a+o!t the program- All st!dents said they !nderstood what they had to do and were a+le to g!ide me thro!gh my slideshow after the demonstrationAs this was only a +rief introd!ction* the st!dents did not ha(e a task per5 say- @!t their contri+!tions were rele(ant and helpf!l and e(eryone seemed to en8oy learning a+o!t thisI was a+le to get an ade9!ate amo!nt of feed+ack from most st!dents to ens!re that they were !nderstanding and engaging with what I was sayingI finished +y asking the st!dents to demonstrate for me and checked for comprehension- I then told them they wo!ld all get to p!t it into practice this week in their rotations-

Planning 6 organisation of materials* reso!rces Comm!nication with st!dents> e'planation* 9!estioning skills etc-

Selection of learning tasks

1onitoring/assessment of st!dent learning thro!gho!t the lesson

Concl!sion of lesson> transition to ne't lesson

'e"lection )hat #as good a/out this lesson0 )h*0 There was lots of st!dent inp!t* lots of disc!ssion and 9!estion time* and it was something the st!dents were engaged in and en8oyed1o# might this lesson have /een im!roved0 It co!ld ha(e +een more +eneficial to get a few or more of the st!dents to come !p and do it themsel(es for some practice* +!t as an introd!ctory lesson I think it went (ery well)hat did *ou learn a/out teaching and learning students and *our o#n% "rom this lesson0

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That ha(ing a (is!al can +e an enormo!s help with engagement- 3enerally* st!dents lo(e technology- Asking lots of 9!estions and getting st!dent inp!t is a key to a s!ccessf!l lesson-

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