Assignment 1 Question 1: Give examples of how would you plan activities: First knowing the subject, then deciding the length of the lesson and which key stage is it aimed for.
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What were the learning outcomes for the lesson? How did the learning outcomes meet the needs of individual students?
The learning outcomes are important. There has to be a reason on why something is being taught, and how it will be useful to the students future. Throughout the paper, I’m going to give you an example of a lesson plan I
This week I learned about differe\irente instruction. I also learn how to implement a lesson plan to meet the needs for each students in the classroom. Each child learning style is different one child might understand the problem one way and then another child might solve the problem a whole different way. I learned about exceptional children and how they need intensive learning and individualize learning. That why it is important to observe and know each individual child so you can support them to the bset of their ability. My host teacher used different strategies to help the students understand the problem. When I did my lesson plan if was a challenge and time consumer.I likle how the lesson plan met the needs of the children. The teacher put the students in different groups so they acn help each other learn. Sometimes children learn best and better from other children.My host teachger explain to me that
Outline of Lesson Plan: This lesson can be divided by the teacher into two days of instruction and reflection on the part of students and their teachers, with the option of a written homework assignment after Day 1 and the possibility of adding an additional day devoted to peer review and revision of the culminating writing assignment.
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.
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4. Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) at Level 4 Total credit value (at Level 4) 12 Total GLH 4 x units (each @ 12 GLHs) = 48 Units being run and assessed: Group Unit title Level Credit value GLH A Roles and responsibilities and relationships in
Initially, prospective students believe that once they receive their diploma, core curriculums just disappear forever. Sadly, they’re wrong. These courses remain dormant throughout the summer post-graduation and then burden them for the next two years of their life. Luckily, Johns Hopkins takes an atypical approach. Once a student graduates, the idea of core curriculums flees due to the fact that you offer the opportunity for students to select courses they want.
Keeping records of lesson plans and scheme of work enables the teacher to reflect on how their lessons are progressing. This form of record has the benefit of allowing the teacher to critically evaluate the lesson on an individual basis and the teaching techniques they use to transmit knowledge. It carries the possibility to assist in the development of new teaching tactics and to continuously monitor where/who
Based on my curriculum for the first principle of the recommend practice I would use a job for each student on the classroom to complete every day, also they would have to switch the work weekly this will create a climate where the student want to feel as part of
CURRICULUM PROPOSAL [Part I] Theme: Self-Esteem Grade Level: Kindergarten OVERVIEW OF THIS PROPOSAL: The kindergarten teachers propose that the theme of self-esteem should be a new curriculum unit to be focused on next year. This
Curriculum can be modified and adapted to provide effective learning experiences and teaching strategies that are inclusive to all students. Making learning accessible, classroom environment and engaging learning are some of the strategies that educators can implement to ensure accessible learning to all students. Although there may be some of the advantages and difficulties that may arise as a result of implementing these teaching and learning strategies educators must have a variety of strategies that can be used in all classrooms.
The educational unit I executed has an element of my instruction beliefs that students should connect and relate theme content to real life situations inside and outside the teaching space. Therefore, during my teaching experience, I feel compromise and responsible for meeting my students’ needs and that is why I included many visuals aids and plenty of flexible activities. Hence, this unit involved a mixture of student and teacher-centered strategies such as direct instruction, drill and practice of the unit vocabulary, lectures, dialogues, question and answer sessions, discussions with exchanges of opinions and perspectives, discovery learning events and presentations
The Curriculum Project was an amazing experience to not only apply what I’ve learned in class about education to teacher, but to also reinforce my presumptive notions of my teaching abilities and help me work on the issues that I have with teaching as well. My overall goal of the