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  1. BRUNELLI Strategic Awareness Resilience Curiosity ELLI Brunelli is a unique collection of exciting lesson ideas, activities and resources designed especially for teachers wanting their children to become excited and intrigued by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and his remarkable achievements. Creativity Changing All of the teaching and learning activities have been created by Bristol based primary school teachers who have a shared belief that the best lessons are those which promote the seven learning dimensions which are collectively known as ELLI Learning Relationships Meaning Making

  2. Over the last several years a number of schools across Bristol have adopted a teaching and learning model developed by educational researchers from Bristol University. This model - ELLI , consists of seven learning dimensions which we believe hold the key to the development of our children as effective or powerful lifelong learners. Powerful learners love asking their own questions to find out what’s really going on. Powerful learners know what to do next by having their own strategies which they are able to choose between. Strategic Awareness Curiosity Resilience What is ELLI Powerful learners don’t give up easily when things start to get difficult. Creativity Powerful learners love playing with possibilities and using their imagination to solve problems in different ways. ? Learning Relationships Changing Powerful learners understand that they can become better learners over time Meaning Making Powerful learners love sharing their thoughts and ideas with others and working well together to solve problems. Powerful learners are great at being able to connect what they have learnt from one lesson to another and to their lives outside of school

  3. What is ELLI? Brunelli History lessons Tracy Hatton and David Millington Brunelli Geography lessons David Millington Brunelli Science and DT lessonsJo Stephens Brunelli Literacy and Drama lessonsIrene Harrison Brunelli Numeracy lessons Simon Gent Brunelli Art lessons Tracy Hatton Brunelli PE lessons Simon Gent Brunelli Music lessons David Millington Brunelli KS1 lessons BRUNELLI Contributors contents Irene Harrison @ Stoke Bishop David Millington @ Westbury Park Simon Gent @ Christ the King Tracy Hatton @ Victoria Park Jo Stephens @ Christchurch

  4. LESSONS: BRUNELLI 1) Why was Brunel voted as one of the greatest Britains ever? 2) How creative a design was the SS Great Britain? 3) What was it like Being a passenger on board the SS Great Britain? 4,5) What was it like at the launch of the SS Great Britain? 6) What were Brunel’s learning strengths? HISTORY 7) Why was Brunel famous? 8) In what way was Brunel resilient, when designing and building the Clifton Suspension Bridge? 9) What did Brunel do for the railways?

  5. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  6. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  7. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  8. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  9. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  10. Have you had anything stolen? What does it feel like to be at the launch of the SS Great Britain? Can you describe the atmosphere here in Bristol today? Did you manage to get a glimpse of Prince Albert? Do you feel the police have done a good job today? What was the highlight of your day? Do you think the huge amount of money spent on the ship is justified? Did you get a good view of the ship as she was launched from the dock? Do you think the ship will encounter any problems on its first transatlantic crossing?

  11. BRUNELLI SUBJECT HISTORY Meaning Making Resilience Strategic Awareness Creativity Changing Learning Relationships ELLI Curiosity

  12. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: History Learning Relationships ELLI Meaning Making Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity Strategic Awareness

  13. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: History ELLI Curiosity Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Meaning making Changing Resilience Creativity

  14. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: History Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI Curiosity Meaning making

  15. Lesson 1 Brunel Concept Map

  16. Lesson 1 Images for envelopes

  17. Lesson 1 Images for envelopes

  18. Lesson 1 Images for envelope

  19. Lesson 1 Information for envelopes: Temple Meads train station - Bristol Temple Meads, opened in 1840 for journeys to Bath. Through trains to London started running on 30 June 1841 SS Great Britain -Brunel also designed three great ships, each the largest of its age, the Great Western, the Great Britain and the Great Eastern. The second of these was begun in 1839 and launched in 1843 finally entering service in 1846. It had a chequered career ending as a floating warehouse in the Falkland Islands where she was finally beached in 1937. She has now been restored and can be seen at Bristol Docks. Clifton Suspension bridge – Brunel enters a competition to build a bridge over the Avon gorge at Clifton. Brunel wins the competition in1830 but due to local civil unrest the construction was delayed for five years only to be abandoned again due to lack of funds. The bridge was eventually completed in 1864, after Brunel's death,

  20. Lesson 1 Information for envelopes Paddington train station -In March 1833 Brunel was appointed engineer to the Great Western Railway. Plans were completed by March 1834. It then took another two years to go through Parliament. The first section from Paddington to Maidenhead was opened on 4 June1838. SS Great Eastern - The SS Great Eastern was conceived as the biggest steamship yet to be built, one that would be capable of carrying 4,000 passengers at a time on a non-stop trip to Australia. The ship, originally called Leviathan, was to be nearly 700ft/213.36m long, six times the size of the largest ship built to date. Brunel designed her to be unsinkable, extending the watertight double plating to five ft/1.5m above the ship’s deepest load line. Royal Albert Bridge - One of Brunel's most dramatic technical achievements is the Royal Albert Bridge over the River Tamar at Saltash in Cornwall. Begun in 1854, the two 465 foot cast iron spans were hoisted into position in September 1856 and July 1858 and the bridge was opened by the Prince Consort in May 1859.

  21. Lesson 1 Dates for envelopes 1829 1838 1840 1839 - 46 1859 1858

  22. Lesson 2 Here are some other entries to the competition to design a bridge to span the Avon Gorge.

  23. Lesson 2

  24. Lesson 2

  25. Lesson 2

  26. The idea of building a bridge across the Avon Gorge originated in 1754, with a bequest in the will of Bristolian merchant William Vick, who left £1,000 invested with instructions that when the interesthad accumulated to £10,000 it should be used for the purpose of building a stone bridge betweenClifton Down (which was in Gloucestershire, outside the City of Bristol, until the 1830s) and Leigh Woods (then in Somerset), both of which were barely populated at the time. In 1829 a competition was held to find a design for the bridge. The judge, Thomas Telford, rejected all designs and tried to insist on a hugely expensive design of his own. Q1 - If Brunel’s design lost the competition, how did his bridge get built? _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Q2 – The Bridge was started in 1831 but was brought to an abrupt stop by what ? _______________________________________________________ Q3 – Did Brunel see his completed Bridge ? yes / no Q4 – Where did the chains for the Clifton Suspension Bridge come from? _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Q5 – When was the Clifton Suspension Bridge completed? ___________ Q6 - What do you think Brunel would have thought of his finished bridge? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Working in pairs, use the information books and reference sheets provided to help you answer the following questions. Focus: Do you think Brunel was a resilient man? Lesson 2

  27. Focus : Can you design an alternative Bridge to span the Avon Gorge? Name: _______________________ Design a Bridge Competition Lesson 2

  28. Lesson 3

  29. Focus: What are these Brunel GWR landmarks?

  30. Thames Tunnel Paddington Station Royal Albert Bridge Temple Meads Maidenhead Bridge Box Tunnel

  31. LESSONS: BRUNELLI 1) What geographical obstacles did Brunel have to overcome to fulfil his vision of luxurious travel from London to New York? 2) Where in the world did the SS Great Britain sail? GEOGRAPHY 3) What major changes have taken place in Bristol since the death of Brunel?

  32. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Geography ELLI Curiosity Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Meaning making Changing Resilience Creativity

  33. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Geography ELLI Curiosity Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Meaning making Changing Resilience Creativity

  34. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Geography ELLI Curiosity Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Meaning making Changing Resilience Creativity

  35. LESSONS: BRUNELLI 1)What forces need to be considered in bridge design? 2) Can you build a bridge with only these resources? 3) Are you able to design a bridge using engineering principles? 4) Can you design a gadget to perform a specialist task? 5) How would you solve a modern day transport problem if you were Brunel? SCIENCE 6)How could the principles of a steam engine be used to make your life easier? 6)How could the principles of a steam engine be used to make your life easier? 7) In what ways are gears crucial to our transport network? 8) Can you design a workable model propeller?

  36. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Science / D.T. Meaning Making Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI

  37. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Science / D.T. Meaning Making Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI

  38. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Science / D.T. Meaning Making Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI

  39. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Science / D.T. Meaning Making Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI

  40. BRUNELLI SUBJECT: Science / D.T. Meaning Making Strategic Awareness Learning Relationships Curiosity Changing Resilience Creativity ELLI