Presentation on theme: "Internationalising Learning Emma Draycott and Julie Rawlings Dorothy Goodman Special Needs School Hinckley KS2 MLD class and KS3 SLD class."— Presentation transcript:
Internationalising Learning Emma Draycott and Julie Rawlings Dorothy Goodman Special Needs School Hinckley KS2 MLD class and KS3 SLD class
Weekly News Board Introduced Local, National, International
The News All must: be able to recognise a form of media telling the news. Most should: be able to look at pictures in the news and guess what they are about. Some could: be able to select a piece of news that interests them.
Can you think of the different ways we can view the news?
Task: –To use 1 of the types of media to find a piece of news for the news board. –To pretend to be a news reporter and feedback a piece of news.
Emma Draycott FocusComments/Feedback Engagement All pupils were keen and motivated to find out about the news. They accepted the concept well and by the end of the lesson they were beginning to understand the difference between local, national and international. To consolidate over next few sessions before developing further Progression Activities Julie Rawlings FocusComments/Feedback Engagement Pupils were very motivated by the topic. Many watched the news and knew some stories which were in the news that week. Concentrated on local news and many wanted to look at LCFC. They enjoyed looking through the papers and all could state where we would find news by the end of the lesson. Next few lessons to look at national and international Progression Activities
Implementing Internationalising learning in other areas in the school.
Olympics ideas Cross curricular ideas Meeting with a specialist We will meet with teachers/subject co- ordinators World sports week-linked with D+T week Olympics as topic in summer term
Twycross Zoo-Adopting an animal. Research adopted animal –Where is the animal from? –Habitat –Life cycle/food chain –Research fully the country in all aspects.
Implementing into topic themes Year 1 –Water3 rd world countries –Ourselves and familiesFamily life in different cultures –TravellingTransport in different countries. Year 2 –Houses and HomesHomes in different countries –Sound and LightTechnology in different countries. –Work and LeisureJobs in different countries Year 3 –Our EarthNatural disasters –FoodFood in different countries –PeopleClothing and Religion These have been passed on to curriculum coordinators and added into the schemes of work where appropriate.