DESIGN A SEQUENCE OF SIX LESSONS The purpose of this assignment is to develop your competency in planning lesson sequences. You will have the opportunity to: (i) apply the content knowledge and effective teaching strategies covered in the unit; (ii) build your capability in harnessing technology and other relevant resources for teaching. It requires you to develop a mini integrated unit of work that consists of 6 sequential lessons in the context of learning a particular content related to Science and Technology. A range of resources, including ICT, should be used to engage students in their learning in these lessons. The mini unit of work should include the 2 required appendices (see assignment 2 details). Additional appendices will not be marked. The mini unit of unit should not exceed 25 pages and the 2000 word count includes every input from you, except for: (i) headings given in the template; (ii) references and (iii) the 2 permitted appendices. ASSIGNMENT 2 DETAILS In order to complete this assignment, you need to do the following: 1. Prepare a one-page multimodal instructional text as your mentor/model text. If you wish, you can create your own mentor text but no additional mark is given for this effort. Appendix 1 in your assignment should show a clear and sharp screenshot of the mentor text. The screenshot should fit the dimensions of a standard A4 page. 2. Design a sequence of six lessons for Stage 3 students, using the given template found in the assessment folder on the vUWS site; these lessons do not have to be consecutive but they follow the sequence given in the template. 3. Make assumptions of the targeted students prior knowledge and experience for Science and Technology. Please refer to the latest version of the Science and Technology syllabus provided by NESA. 4. Include teaching resources e.g. presentation slides of guiding questions and annotated slides or screens that clearly show your main teaching points (these resources serve to make your teaching explicit and allow you to demonstrate your understanding of the key concepts you intend to teach the students). They should be presented as figures in jpeg format to reduce word count. Appendices and images of non-teaching resources such as descriptions of activities will be added to the word count. Guiding questions presented in appendices will also be added to the word count. 5. Choose only one outcome from Science and Technology and it should remain the same for all the 6 lessons. Include one English outcome and one English content descriptor for each lesson. The English outcome and content descriptor for one lesson can be repeated in another lesson. 6. Demonstrate the affordances of one digital tool or application in lesson 6 to achieve the identified English outcome and content descriptor. Appendix 2 should show the annotated screenshot of the technology affordances.
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