AS1 – Self-assessment plan. Critically reflect on and systematically plan for subject knowledge development for the appropriate phase.
Priorities Actions When and Resources Success Criteria
Phonics - To develop confidence in regards to the teaching of phonics.
1. Use different types of media to inform my understanding of phonics. (YouTube)
2. Observe phonics teaching in KS1.
3. Obtain phonics teaching policy and review the phonics scheme that the school uses to teach phonics.
4. Read DfE core criteria key features for an effective systematic synthetic phonics teaching programme.
5. Identify key phonics vocabulary in NC.
6. Read academic and practitioner literature on effective ...view middle of the document...
2.b. 30 minutes with mentor during joint PPA. 12.10.15 – 16.10.15.
3. During week beginning 19.10.15. Meet with profile child after they have written an extended piece of literacy.
4. Autumn term daily. Lesson plans include key vocabulary and I am able to explain different types of SPAG knowledge.
Actions are all completed on time.
Subject knowledge tracker moved from ‘some confidence’ to ‘confident’.
Teaching Reading - Word reading and comprehension.
1. Undertake small guided reading sessions with a group of children.
2. Create a reading club at school to discuss books.
3. Read aloud to someone at home for 10 minutes a night. Other person to ask questions.
4. Observe guided reading sessions.
5. Observe phonics sessions that focus on how blending is incorporated 1. Every day during teacher’s session. Plan questions relating to assessment focus.
2. At school, once a week during lunchtime. Focus on one book.
3. Two nights a week at home.
4. In KS1 and KS2 to understand how it progresses through the school. 1 per-week.
5. In KS1 and KS2 to understand how it progresses through the school. 1 per-week. Become confident in teaching a guided reading session to the whole class which incorporates questions for each assessment focus. (AF’s)
Understand how phonics impacts on a child’s word recognition and language comprehension.
Use book club to read with different age groups (KS1 and KS2) to broaden knowledge of literature.
Subject knowledge tracker moves from ‘some confidence’ to ‘confident’ (as an average).
MFL – Basic knowledge and vocabulary (French).
1. Communicate only in a foreign language at home. (French).
2. Use YouTube videos to learn and practice word sounds of basic vocabulary
3. Memorise at least 10 words that match NC aims.
4. Label everything in my house with French words.
5. Observe MFL being taught in school to acquire teaching strategies. 1. Use the ‘Learn French’ app to communicate key phrases that match the national curriculum expectations for KS2. (3 nights weekly).
2/3. Access the internet at home alongside the first action (3 nights weekly, 20 minutes.)
4. Use sticky notes to attach to objects around the house.
5. Observe MFL provision in school. Ask teacher how he/she overcame learning then teaching the language. (Twice termly).
Be able to fluently speak key vocabulary in French that would be used in school to teach the subject.
Become confident in teaching the language that utilises a strategic approach consistent with someone who is fairly new to the subject.
Subject knowledge tracker moves from ‘not confident’ to ‘some confidence’.
In my systematic plan I have incorporated a social constructivist framework to improve my subject knowledge, which involves taking on the role of the learner through collaboratively including family members and my mentor. Conversely, I have strategically involved pupils to support...