Presentation on theme: "Pace: How fast can you go?. To start with… Solve the mystery: who was off task for over half the lesson and why? Put your ideas onto the sugar paper You."— Presentation transcript:
Pace: How fast can you go?
To start with… Solve the mystery: who was off task for over half the lesson and why? Put your ideas onto the sugar paper You have 17 minutes – What ruined the pace of the lesson? – What could the teacher do reduce the impact on the lessons pace and ultimately the pupils learning?
Why is pace important? Appropriate pace: – Allows all pupils to make progress – Improves pupils attainment – Improves pupils motivation and engagement – Reduce classroom management issues
How can you maintain pace in lessons? Effective start to the lesson Ensure work is sufficiently differentiated – SEN Pupils – MAT Pupils Have timings clearly stated and stick to them Structured planning
Big challenge for pace Pupils who have a SEN or are identified as MAT Discuss and make notes on your sugar paper about how you can prevent a loss of pace when dealing with SEN/MAT pupils You have 8 minutes
Importance of differentiation in maintaining pace SEN pupils – Differentiated worksheets – Different tasks – Groupings Use your TA efficiently and effectively MAT pupils – Differentiated worksheets – Different tasks
Golden rules Create a list of ten rules that a NQT/ITT could use to ensue they have relentless pace in their lesson You have ten minutes
A few helpful things from me… Two booklets – One is about what we have discussed today – Other booklet is a series of different teaching and learning activities