(Original post by marcusfox)
Your university will have its on proforma and requirements. This is what you would need for Nottingham...
You will need to write for every lesson:
Your name, Class name, Date of Lesson, and which lesson in the day (1-5). Lessons 4+5 are harder to manage.
Details of the class, how many boys, how many girls, how many SEN.
Section of the NC it refers to.
Learning objectives! You must also write these on a separate board at start of lesson, or you will fail the lesson.
Areas addressed in above objectives: (pick from knowledge/understanding/application/analysis/synthesis/evaluation/skills/attitudes/differentiated learning objectives)
Student teacher objectives (one or two areas you personally want to achieve in the lesson and how you will achieve it)
Complete a checklist if any of these are appropriate to your lesson (most will be):
How to start the lesson
Subject content notes prepared
Inclusion of all pupils
Continuity and progression
IEPs (if any student has an Indivdual Learning Plan - SEN often does)
What pupils will record
How to summarize the lesson
Risk Assessment (maybe you won't need for maths, haha, but when you are creating showers of molten copper, you need one)
Formative assessment strategies
PSMSC - Personal, Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development (OFSTED terminology)
Detailed Lesson Plan:
(I had to have quite accurate timings - see attachment)
After lesson, write evaluation: (about a paragraph of each)
Check against Learning Objectives
Check against Teacher Objectives
Targets for Development
I have attached my detailed lesson plan with timings and all the resources for this lesson, PowerPoints painstakingly created from scratch.
I have not attached the class details, checklist and evaluation as it is unique to you and the class you teach - plus mine had some stuff that could be considered confidential and personal.
Most of the time in planning is the time it takes to create all the resources.
EDIT - I can't upload the PPTs as they are too large for TSR to accept. Basically exciting (to a scientist anyway) and colourful with lots of animations so the students don't get bored.