Class IX Science Circular Motion Lesson 7 - The Manage Phase

Project Plan – Lesson 7The Manage Phase 

(7.1) Process Management:
                List tasks that will be used to manage the process of conducting the learning
·         The starter kickoff session (like a simple demonstration) will draw the attention of students to the  specific contexts of the learning tasks.
·         Group formation with leaders  (called  Project managers)  are formed. Set goal for work for the time , debrief those goals  and set next step. This leads to the process of students taking up the ownership.
·         By using the backwards design process, you can effectively map out a project that's ready to go in the classroom. Once you plan it, you're free to differentiate instruction and meet the immediate needs of your students
·         Teacher will give space for students to take ownership and solve problem. i.e,  “give up power to empower.”
·         Teacher will have formative assessment that ensures accountability with thoughtful feedback to improve their cumulative products and performances.
·         Keep check on time and allow not to go astray from their main theme. This can be done by continuously revisit the driving question of the project.
·         Use checklists to contrast the student work Vs  their target. This will help the students to check themselves “what have I achieved? “
·         Give useful and good feedbacks.
·         Use social media to share ideas like blogs etc.

(7.2) Student Preparation:
                Describe how students will be prepared for the project prior to launch. List any specific instruction or tasks that will be needed
·         The starter kickoff session (like a simple demonstration) will draw the attention & curiosity of students to the  specific contexts of the learning tasks. The kick off session is an exciting day.
·         Entry events should give students a shared experience that causes them to wonder. By generating questions rather than answering them, entry events fire up the engine of inquiry to carry the project forward.
·         Combined with the provocative driving question for the project, the entry event gives students a "need to know."
·         Start Small & built up faith in students ”yes, I too can”.
·         Create a need to know situation which is the driving force for them.
NOW, THEY ARE READY FOR THE LAUNCH……

(7.3)  Facilitation:
                Describe how facilitation of resources will be used to enable the students to be successful.
·         Basically, NCERT Science, of class IX
·         NCERT ,PHYSICS class XI
·         Library
·         Internet.
·         Advice from Subjectexperts.

(7.4) Progress Monitoring:
                Describe how program will be monitored throughout the project.
Check list to check the progress of work
Formative assessment to check  specific tasks of student learning tasks.
Parameters in Rubrics to check team spirit, coordination & at the same time leadership quality.

Group Progress

Formative assessment to check  specific tasks of student learning tasks.
Exercise and the “Teacher Student Reflections” to discuss the outcomes.

         Individual Progress



(7.5) Re-planning:
                Describe how ‘re-planning’ will be used if the project goes off track
·         Make sure that the project is brief and short.
·         Log book maintenance  to check on day today activities and to find where they went off the track.
·         Short meetings to review the progress  once in a week. Keep check on time and allow not to go astray from their main theme. This can be done by continuously revisit the driving question of the project.

(7.6) Conflict Management:
                Describe how to address problems related to participation, offer approaches to manage other conflicts that may arise.
Since it is a group work at least some of the students may not fully get involved in the work. This may affect the desired outcome.
Group leaders may act single handedly which may lead to adjustment problems.



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