Lesson 1 Breakdown

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1. Body

1.1. Pair Work

1.1.1. research three current types of data

1.1.2. explain how and what they are used for

1.1.3. identify how they are stored

1.2. Recap search engine skills

1.3. Research using

1.3.1. google.com

1.3.2. bing.com

1.3.3. youtube.com

1.4. Present Findings

1.4.1. comparative table with headings

1.4.2. use whiteboard example

1.5. Review Work

1.5.1. using whiteboard photo capture

1.5.2. comment on patterns

1.5.3. students review content, relativity and detail via Padlet

2. Conclusion

2.1. Consolidation

2.1.1. What is one way that digital data has contributed to making life easier in today’s society?

2.1.2. Students to answer via Padlet

3. Introduction

3.1. Whiteboard brainstorm- what is data?

3.2. Follow up- ABC Data video

3.3. Class Definition- data

4. Learning and Teaching Adjustments

4.1. Lower students: discussion assist with structured questioning and scaffolded with dot points (handouts). Pairing with moderate to high students to assist with motivation, achievement and level of understanding. Padlet allows for questions to be asked vie Ipad instead of out loud-avoids embarrassment and monitors participation Higher students- extended to discover rare or unheard-of forms of data and transmission (Morse code, sonar etc.). Extended in pair work as they work to assist middle low partner in learning the same information as them (both students in the pair need to have the same understanding as they may be called upon during discussion).

5. Lesson details

5.1. 60 mins

5.2. Lesson 1/5

5.3. Technology: Digital Technologies

5.4. Year 4/5

6. Curriculum Links

6.1. Content Descriptor: Knowledge and Understanding Recognise different types of data and explore how the same data can be represented in different ways (ACTDIK008)

6.2. Elaboration: recognise that numbers, text, images, sounds, animations and videos are all forms of data when stored or viewed using a digital system

7. Assessment

7.1. WHAT

7.1.1. What prior understanding do the students have of digital data and its role in our world? Do the students understand that data has many different forms? Do they recognise that data can be stored and represented in a variety of ways? Can the students’ explain how digital data has changed the way technology is used?

7.2. HOW

7.2.1. Brainstorm and Video discussion (Diagnostic) Data Forms comparative table (pair activity) Padlet consolidation question

8. Prior Knowledge

8.1. As year four’s and five’s, the students will have a base knowledge inclusive of using various digital systems to organise, record and transmit data. However the underlying defined knowledge of data and it’s role in digital system has not been directly identified at this stage. Students have mostly experimented with the exploration of differing digital technologies and built exposure to relevant systems.