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  * Example planning sheet for one week*(SEAL-Key Stage 2)  

Key Stage 2

Class

Term:

Teacher:

Teaching assistant(s):

Subject: Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning                            

Theme: Going for goals

Curriculum links: Music, Literacy, PSHE

Week beg.

Focus

Learning objectives

Children should:

Activity (see lesson plan for more detail)

Learning outcomes

Children

1

Recognising how to keep going even if the task is difficult

P1(i) show simple reflex responses

P1(ii) appear ready to focus their attention on certain events

P2(i) react to new experiences

P2(ii)communicate affective responses

 

P3(i) sustain concentration for a period

P3(ii) use emerging conventional communication

P4 express their feelings

 

P5 respond appropriately to simple questions

 

P6 may show concern for others

P7communicate feelings in simple phrases

 

P8  be sensitive to the feelings of others

 

Children sit in a semi- circle ready to listen to Beethoven’s Fur Elise.

Talk about Beethoven’s deafness yet he could still compose beautiful music

Explain that we are going to talk about ‘going for goals and talk about what this means.

Talk about how to encourage people to achieve a goal.

Play the story of Samindra on the PowerPoint presentation.

Ask the children questions about the story

Help the children think of something that they would like to do but find difficult

Play more of Beethoven’s music.

 

P1(i)  may startle when the music starts

P1(ii) still briefly when the music is played

 

P2(i) sit still and attend to the gentle music

P2(ii)show by facial expression and actions whether they like the music

P3(i) watch, with some concentration, the story of Samindra

P3(ii) point to the picture on the PowerPoint

P4 change their facial expression according to the music being played

P5 answer the question ‘what did Samindra do?’ – various answers may be spoken / signed

P6 may look sad / still when Samindra is crying

P7explain that the Samindra was scared but we helped him.

P8 know that Samindra needed help and encouragement to go on and they helped by saying / signing keep going and you can do it

Resources:

Beethoven’s Fur Elise,  story of Samindra (on accompanying PowerPoint), Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata,,  and Beethoven’s 5th

 (click on words underlined to go to that resource or lesson plan)

Points to note:

It may be easier to play music from a CD on a player if you have got various pieces of music composed by Beethoven.

                   

 

Pupil Grouping(s), differentiation and support:

 

Objective:

To focus attention and to know how to reach a goal

Intended Outcomes:  Children will:

·        explain how to help themselves or another to reach a goal

·        know that they have to keep trying 

Language used:

Keep on going, I can do it, try again,

Lesson Plan:

·       Children sit in a semi- circle ready to listen. Play Beethoven’s Fur Elise.

·       Tell the children that the piece of music was composed by a man called Ludwig Beethoven.

·       Explain that Beethoven wrote beautiful music even when his deafness was causing him a lot of worry and despair. Tell them that he kept going because he believed in himself and because his friends helped him when he was feeling sad and unhappy.

·       Tell the children that we are going to talk about ‘going for goals. This means knowing what you want to achieve and setting out to achieve it. It can be hard work trying to do what you need to do. Explain that they may get bored or may want to give up because it is too difficult.

·       Tell them also that they may need friends to help them.

·        Ask the children what they could say to encourage someone who was trying to achieve something that was difficult for them.

·        Give suggestions of Keep going, you can do it, and congratulate the children if they think of other appropriate suggestions

·       Tell the children that they are going to see and hear the story of Samindra. He has something very difficult to achieve. Explain that they would help him by whispering some words to him as he tries to achieve his goal.

·       Say the words of keep going and you can do it as a practice before the story starts.

·       Watch the PowerPoint story (on accompanying CD) of Samindra.

·       Ask the children questions about the story – what do you think Samindra wanted most of all. How did you help Samindra, why do you think Samindra wanted to give up, what helped Samindra, do you think Samindra was brave, why did he feel that he couldn’t keep going?

·       Remind the children that Samindra had to do something that was very difficult for him to do by himself. The children helped him believe he could do it.

·       Is there something you would like to do but find difficult.

·       Help the children think of something.

·       Tell the children we are going to hear some more of Beethoven’s music and remember although it was very difficult for him to make the music, he persevered and succeeded

   Resources:  Beethoven’s Fur Elise, story of Samindra (on accompanying PowerPoint), Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, and Beethoven’s 5th

 (click on words underlined to go to that resource)

Contingency

 

Type of Session:

          New Learning

           Reinforcement

           Maintenance

 Revisiting

           Assessment

Skills:

·          motivation

·          persistence

·          listening

 

 objective achieved

         outcome realised

         skills learnt/used

         resources  appropriate

         session aborted

Evaluation:

                                                                 Signed: …………………………………………

         

 

 

 

 

 

                                       
 
     

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