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Previous Lesson Prep
• Do theory of Favelas – starting with
photograph
• Show pupils pricelist
• Share success criteria
• ...
Lesson 6 – Favela Building!
Here is an example….
Competition
• Using the materials you have sourced, and those
provided if you need to try and construct a favela. It
needs...
Success Criteria
A* A-B C-D E
All pupils fulfil their roles
properly
All pupils fulfil their roles
properly
All pupils ful...
Price List! (all in Brazilian ‘Real’)
• Cardboard - 3
• Plastic - 9
• Metal - 8
• Wood - 5
• Paper - 2
• Wire - 7
• Brick ...
Roles
• These need to be allocated BEFORE you start
building, and the pupils who perform these roles
need to be able to PR...
Accountant’s Audit
Building Material Price Justification (why did you use this material)
Total amount spent: ______ Real
A...
Plenary and Reporting
• Judging!
• What grades has each group got?
• Whose favelas will be waterproof and survive
the stor...
Feedback
• As your favela is judged, write any WWW and
EBI from the teacher and fellow pupils in your
books, leaving a spa...
Next Lesson Starter
• Pupils respond to their EBIs by explaining how
they would implement these suggestions – do
they thin...
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  1. 1. Previous Lesson Prep • Do theory of Favelas – starting with photograph • Show pupils pricelist • Share success criteria • Homework to collect materials from list and think about what they are going to do
  2. 2. Lesson 6 – Favela Building!
  3. 3. Here is an example….
  4. 4. Competition • Using the materials you have sourced, and those provided if you need to try and construct a favela. It needs to be (as best you can manage): - Waterproof - Have more than one room - Have a place for people to wash - Have somewhere for people to cook and eat - Be able to withstand some wind
  5. 5. Success Criteria A* A-B C-D E All pupils fulfil their roles properly All pupils fulfil their roles properly All pupils fulfil their roles properly All pupils fulfil their roles properly The group manages to include access to electricity and water by including pipes and wires that can carry these amenities The group manage to construct a waterproof favela with more than one room, and with somewhere for the inhabitants to eat The group manage to build a favela with more than one room The group manage to build a favela out of some materials Extra amenities are added, such as a bathroom, sewerage system, neighbours favelas showing potential for community spirit and anything else you can think of The favela is capable of withstanding some wind without falling over, and has some strong foundations The group work as a team, making sure that their table is cleared up properly at the end of the lesson, and they all of the group write the feedback down
  6. 6. Price List! (all in Brazilian ‘Real’) • Cardboard - 3 • Plastic - 9 • Metal - 8 • Wood - 5 • Paper - 2 • Wire - 7 • Brick - 10 • Mud - 1 • Foam - 6 • Material (Textile) - 4 • Sellotape - 4 • Blu Tack - 3 • Glue - 5
  7. 7. Roles • These need to be allocated BEFORE you start building, and the pupils who perform these roles need to be able to PROVE they have done them • Builders (everyone in the group) • Surveyor (checks that the criteria are being met and the favela will not fall down) • Accountant (notes down what materials are being used, and how much they cost – you can use as much as you like of one material for one set price) This person must complete the audit sheet
  8. 8. Accountant’s Audit Building Material Price Justification (why did you use this material) Total amount spent: ______ Real Accountant’s Audit Building Material Price Justification (why did you use this material) Total amount spent: ______ Real
  9. 9. Plenary and Reporting • Judging! • What grades has each group got? • Whose favelas will be waterproof and survive the storms?
  10. 10. Feedback • As your favela is judged, write any WWW and EBI from the teacher and fellow pupils in your books, leaving a space for a picture of your favela which we will stick in at the beginning of next lesson! • Remember to use a red pen, and use the words from the grade criteria to write your WWW and EBI
  11. 11. Next Lesson Starter • Pupils respond to their EBIs by explaining how they would implement these suggestions – do they think it would be worth it and improve their quality of life?

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