Logo PowerPoint – ICT used in order to put the resource together, relevant images and activities included in order to meet the aim of the lesson which is for learners to share their experience of logos and to gain a full rounded knowledge of why they are used and to produce a logo from a company that they are aware of and share any interesting facts about why it has been chosen.
This resource is effective in that it hits all learning styles:
Visual - images and videos included in presentation and learners are encouraged to use visuals within their activities and presentations.
Auditory - sound from video clips used, instructions given, objectives discussed and explained, and findings presented verbally.
Kinaesthetic – activities with pens, paper, design and doing/action.
Interpersonal – activities in pairs and groups being switched and changed throughout
Intrapersonal – individual work carried out in some areas/activities.
I received feedback that I was not asking specific questions at the end to check that the original objectives have been met. I made this change and was then observed on this session. I received a further development point as I did not utilise the feedback session by explaining why the learners’ logo had not been selected. This will help the learners to understand and use the feedback for any future documents produced. I have now adapted this for future sessions.
Summarising E safety – This resource is used to encourage the learners to read out loud but the guidance on summarising is not appealing as it contains no images. On completion of assessment, it was found that no one scored top marks. Resource to be revisited and add any words necessary to the learner glossary as this will encourage
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