Presentation on theme: "Cross-curricular planning for KS1 history Man’s First Moon Landing With thanks to Sarah Duck who trialled all the ideas when at Oakley Infant School, Basingstoke."— Presentation transcript:
Cross-curricular planning for KS1 history Man’s First Moon Landing With thanks to Sarah Duck who trialled all the ideas when at Oakley Infant School, Basingstoke
Which subjects are you going to link? Here is one school’s approach Any opportunities missed? Any contrived?
What form of integration do we want? Linking subjects Naturally literacy, also Art D&T Science Drama ICT Numeracy Citizenship
Literacy Non-fiction, comparing short accounts of what jobs the astronauts did when they landed on the moon’s surface Recount writing, scaffolded by drama, mime, sequencing etc. Fiction
Literacy Why could this picnic not happen on the Moon? Jill Murphy’s Whatever Next? Dressing up has never had such dramatic consequences! With a colander space helmet and a cardboard box for a rocket, Baby Bear sets off to the moon to have a picnic with his friend the owl.
Art: Using marbling for the planets
Modelling footprints in clay
D&T Making and moving moon buggies
And making..you guessed it Rock cakes
Drama With hot seating
Using conscience alley To persuade others and listen to both sides of the argument. Role playing the astronauts actions, still image and thought-tracking their feelings
ICT: making movies Pupils still image each action the men took on landing on the moon and then make a film of their movements using Digital Blue.
And then there’s Creativity pupils create 3 commemorative stamps
Thinking skills Is it right to carry on with space travel? Would you accept a Golden Ticket to travel to the moon?
Putting on one of de Bono’s hats to think through the problems
This girl thought we should To prevent another Tsunami, or what she called ‘the big wave’ That is why we need satellites in space.
All the time protecting the integrity of history, with Sequencing Timelines to help chronology
Driven by key historical questions Respect for evidence How do we know?