ICT Lesson Plan: th Date 10 June 2005 Time 13:40 Period 5 Length 60mins Class Yr 10 KS4- GCSE ICT single award Key Stage Main Objectives/Aims Focussing on completion of implementation/testing Students understand the importance of doing their work with the aid of the marking criteria Students feel comfortable in accessing the shared drive to aid them with the implementation Technical Vocabulary Several technical terms will be used throughout the lesson, but the students should feel comfortable with most of them, as they have been covered in prior lesson. Terms, which may lead to confusion, are switchboard, referential integrity, and keys. If needed, these terms will be re-iterated in the lesson. Resources One computer for each student Standard peripherals on each of the computers Projector and screen Activity timing 3 Minutes Let class settle down, and tell the students to log in. Take register, once there is quiet. 20 Minutes Introduce today’s topic to the student and what we will be covering in today’s lesson. Once this has been established, proceed: Go through the steps the students have to do to achieve implementation. Explain the following terminologies (Ones, which may cause confusion), but first see if the students already know the meaning of the term; 1. What is primary key, and what is its purpose? 2. What is switchboard? And how important is it to the end user? 3. What is referential integrity? Go through the importance of using the marking criteria to achieve good marks. Remind the students that all resources they need can be found in the shared area. 35 Minutes Students begin with their work; students are in different parts of the project. Provide help to students and make sure that they are on task. 5 Minutes Plenary (look below), and start preparing to finish the lesson by instructing the students to log off, with at least two minutes remaining. Progression For the past few weeks, some students have started to complete their implementation stage. As some of them have completed; Table creation Relationship Forms Queries and reports Switchboard Therefore this lesson is designed to ensure that they have got all above components in their DB, and those who have not yet completed it, should have an understanding of what is required. Homework There is no homework planned, but students behind with their work will be told to do their own independent study and make sure that they get on task. Plenary Make a student who thinks that they have completed implementation to come up to the front of the room, and demonstrate to the class their database, and as they are demonstrating it they are referring to the components discussed earlier. Differentiation This class is relatively mixed ability; Most students should have started on the implementation stage, and should have completed the tables and forms, and at least half of the required amount of queries. Some of the students have completed almost completed implementation stage by finishing the tables, forms, queries/reports and switchboard. Few students have fully completed the work and have started on the Testing stage of their project.
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