Have lesson on on Wednesday, with focus on assessment, differentiation and reflection in a literacy lesson. Head has also said she will look at points from last ob, which for me was to refer to LO more which should be clear and concise. Having planned my lesson I'm now concerned it won't focus on any of these, but I don't want to do a one off. We're in the middle of writing our own version of George's marvellous medicine, and are about to write the part where he cooks it up. So it's a planning lesson essentially. My LO is to 'to improve our descriptive writing'. I'm aware this could be more concise but each group will be improving it in different ways, so need an overall LO for the lesson. So we'll role play, come up with descriptions on board, pick out boring descriptions, and each group will use a differentiated way of improving. So more able will use thesauruses to improve colour words etc, core group will create similes, extending to alliteration, lower group will concentrate on sentence structure using given descriptions. Top group will think of their own successs criteria for using thesauruses. Then we'll look at new descriptions to see if we have achieved LO. Will reflect on learning by talking about what they will remember when they write the section, eg rembering to use similes, words with the same sounds, using classroom resources etc. how does this sound?