It is important to have an effective Students will respond to the lesson in different ways and often there are “teachable moments” that were not included in the original lesson. The effective teacher can incorporate various instructional strategies to fit the moment and the individual student’s needs at that moment.
PROMPT In Dracula, what is Stoker revealing about the demonization of “others” in the Victorian age and how does this relate to treatment of “others” in this group today? Primary issues/themes: Misogynistic attitudes of women— esp. In terms of female sexuality, gender stereotypes, and the concept of the New Woman vs. the
1. What were the objectives of this lesson? How well do you think your students understood the overall purpose and relevance of the lesson? (APS 4.A–C) For the lesson observed the objectives was to explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements’ valence electrons and atomic numbers.
Below grade level students will be given further instruction from the teacher during the activity. The teacher may remind the students to use the strategies listed on the anchor chart. The teacher may ask the student key/probing question to discover more about their thinking process and provide further instruction where it is needed. The teacher can assist student’s who are still struggling by folding their paper, placing the students focus on a particular part of the activity
In this lesson, I will also differentiate instruction by targeting the EL learners in the classroom. The students will have appropriate think time and the opportunity to discuss questions orally with a partner or group. Sentence frames will be provided, to support appropriate responses and encourage students to use academic language
Questioning prompts can be used at any stage of language acquisition, when using it for this stage the student will be required to respond to “why” questions when looking at sequential events from the text or when requested to do a summation of the previous read text. Students at this stage would be appropriate to pair with learners at the beginning level stage of pre-production.
What three strategies were in the textbook in order to increase the frequency of students’ responding? What do you think the problem of teacher driven talking or lecturing most of the time? How can you make sure to give students an equal opportunity to respond at the same time maintaining their attention? How
Five well known evidence-based instructional strategies are show and tell, graphical connections, checking for understanding, peer assisted learning, and retention strategies.
Domain III: Instruction Indicator 8: actively engages students in the learning process. Teachers use different instructional strategies based on appropriate skill level. Indicator 10: Brings multiple perspectives to the delivery of content. Teachers acknowledges diversity and differentiate instruction. The teacher demonstrated deep knowledge of content by connecting ideas from across the curriculum to everyday life. The demonstration of deep knowledge of content during instruction was also measured on how the teacher engaged the students, based on the activity the students were doing. The transformation of content knowledge was a challenge for the teacher. As time progressed, the teacher was able to transform the content. The transformation, then became adaptable to all the students. Thought maddening questions were observed in measuring questioning techniques in
As children are still learning they do not have distinct experiences thus far to be able to determine what is wrong, right, impossible and possible. The teachers job is to help them learn this information, even if the child does not know the right questions to ask. Inquiry based learning is how the teacher is expected to teach the new information so they will truly understand the knowledge.In an inquiry, each activity must build the necessary understanding to accomplish the task. Mrs Danchuk was able to develop inquiry based learning with there students by having them to think on a deeper level within a tie frame she is enabling critical thinking in students. In addition, a common goals that educators bring to the classroom, and interdisciplinary instruction and exploration promotes realization of these objectives. My mentor teacher accomplished this by engaging students and helping them to develop knowledge, insights, problem-solving skills, self-confidence, self-efficacy, and a passion for learning. Mrs. Danchuck also included discipline based learning in the lesson by discussing each stick note and making it relatable to the students, she was able to help students develop a better understanding. In the reading one of the main concepts discussed in discipline based learning describes how students learn and gain more knowledge when they understand the ways
• Integrate learning by linking knowledge within and between the functional areas. • Spend time planning and developing their work. • Make choices, think creatively and act independently. Expert teachers generally are comfortable with a wide range of instructional strategies, and they vary them skillfully with the nature of the learning task and learners’ needs (Berliner, 1986).
Educational goals The objectives of instruction layout how individuals ought to carry on and what changes is the scholastic framework anticipated that would make in the lives of various people on graduation. The objectives of training might be sorted into various classifications of desires. Levels of educational purposes The essential level incorporate the