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Group work , co-operation, time management
Tags, tables, scripts
Planned lesson stages
Question for students:
you remember what we discussed in our previous lesson?
-I want (would like) to introduce today’s topic about …/ What do
you think today’s topic is?
The presentation of the theme and
Fair of ideas. Students demonstrate their sites.
Students in pairs evaluate each other
using the same evaluation criteria, and provide constructive feedback:
1. The webpage was divided into different
parts using a div tag.
2. For the design of each block, the CSS
style was correctly created.
3. Properly used HTML tags to create the
structure of a web page.
Students observe and leave stickers
depending on the choice of the best design. Red, green, yellow.
The teacher chooses himself, depending on which color and grade for the site.
Discussing students gather in groups for
a classmate whose site is best liked.
Caffolding: teacher support for students to become
aware of an intellectual “conflict”, to gain knowledge of the frontier of
their knowledge and to advance the learning task by expanding these
Teacher explain what form is. After that students
and teacher do linking to database step by step
The formed groups begin to study the forms they
The end of the lesson
35 - 40
At the end of the
lesson, learners reflect on their learning:
has been learned
needs more attention
Differentiation – how do you plan to give more
support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?
Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’
Health and safety check
Differentiation can be expressed in
the selection of tasks, in the expected result from a particular student, in
providing individual support to the student, in selecting the educational
material and resources, taking into account the individual abilities of the
students (Theory of Multiple Intelligence by Gardner). Differentiation can be
used at any stage of the lesson, taking into account the rational use of
this section to record the methods that you will use to assess what the
students have learned during the lesson.
Health and safety check links.
Used active exercises.
Items applied from the Safety Rules
in this lesson.
Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives
realistic? Did all learners achieve the LO?
If not, why?
Did my planned differentiation work well?
Did I stick to timings?
What changes did I make from my plan and why?
Use the space below to reflect on your lesson.
Answer the most relevant questions from the box on the left about your
What two things went really well
(consider both teaching and learning)?
What two things would have improved
the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?
What have I learned from this lesson about the class or
individuals that will inform my next lesson?
you cannot link HTML to a database as HTML is static — it cannot talk to a
is a language to display elements in your browser and works client side only -
-only on the browser.
database sits on the server and as HTML is static it cannot connect and
interact with the server.
if on the server you have a programmable code such as PHP you can use this to
carry instructions to and from the database and then output the appropriate
example if your database has a table with a list of peoples’ first names, you
can then do a search of the database with PHP for all names beginning with B
and display them in HTML by outputting the appropriate HTML from PHP (PHP can
instead of having a web page called page.html, your PHP page would be called
page.php and it would have code to search the database and then output the
resulys to the browser. When you look at the code in the browser it will be
static (there will be no PHP code there) as the code has been outputted by the
PHP script to show only first names starting with B.
If you then add more names starting with the
letter B to the database, the output of the page.php file will then show more
first names with letter B’s