Whole class – students discuss and debate document analysis. 3. Individual – students produce analytic essay responding to inquiry question. How will you assess what student learned during this lesson? – Student essays will be assessed for accurate representation of prior learning and primary source analysis.
In-Class Activities Activity 1: Turning in assignments This is a daily activity that allows the students to turn in their work with appropriate headings so I can accurately compute their grades. Since there are many students in the class throughout different periods of the day it is necessary to keep things organized. One way of doing this is to make sure all students put appropriate headings on their assignments. Once papers can be identified, it is also imperative that the assignments get put into their appropriate place so I can grade one class at a time. Behavior Expectation #1: The students must have their name and an appropriate heading on their papers.
The constructivist learning theory used in the video promotes the collaborative learning, critical thinking and communication skills. The teaching team has a well thought out lesson plan and each educator was comfortable in their role in the classroom. One teacher gave instruction to the students while the other teacher passed out necessary materials. Then they switched roles and the other teacher second teacher addressed the class and gave directions on how to complete the assignment and checked for understanding. The teachers in the video were using collaborative teaching.
I believe that students also need to learn about effective communication strategies primarily in school so that they can find ways to work together with their teachers and peers to find academic success. The successful methods of communicating that is learnt in school can be carried out in communicating with others out side of school as well. Within the classroom I encourage
We use a quickscan, and VAK test which helps to determine the learner style, (Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic). From the results we can evaluate the correct level and course for the learner to be on and also if additional support is needed throughout the course. Support must be in place before during and after initial assessment. For me I have a LSA in the workshop with me to assist with the learners who may require it. Within the teaching role of my subject it is important I provide a safe learning environment for all students, ensuring that they all engage and participate actively in practical and theory lessons alike.
Strategies For Constructing Meaning Reading and Writing Strategy #1 K-W-L Technique In this activity the students will think of what they are going to read and their knowledge of the subject before reading. Each student writes on a sheet of paper what he or she wants to learn from the reading. Students read the lesson silently and write what they have learned after they read. Assessment: Students reads & explains their K-W-L chart to the class Strategy #2 Create Graphic Organizers In this activity the teacher should choose the graphic organizer. One very basic and useful organizer is the Venn Diagram.
Once the teacher feels the students have a grasp on the concept the teacher will realease the students to work on some of their problems in the book. This is not a group assignment and students should work on the problems themselves. V. Reflective Assessment and Evaluation Asessment: Students will work on preselected problems out of the book while the teacher and instructional aide walk around and make sure they are on task. At this time students may ask for help if needed. If there is several questions on the same problems it’s a good idea if the teacher gets the attention of the class and works that problem on the board with the students following
They will cite three quotes from the text to support their assertion. 5) Volunteers will share the character traits and quotations. 1) Bellringer- "Good listener…"stud tudents write for seven minutes and share with 2 o'clock buddies 2) Vocabulary of the week review activity 3) Poetry- as a group students will brainstorm examples of allusion and share with the class. They will close read the poem To A Mouse by Robert Burns and analyze each s stanza. 4) Groups will share their analysis with the whole
This includes; * Identifying individual learning needs via one to ones or through observations. * Create a specific outline of intended learning outcomes for pupils, which is also inform by the curriculum requirements set for pupils at their age, level. 2 * Preparing the learning activity by discussing and during research to understand subject matter. * Observing and recording pupil responses to materials presented to them and logging it down in there IEP (Individual Educational Plan) * Evaluate the learning activities and identify future learning needs by having a short feedback on the pupils responses to the activity. Daily discussions with the teacher on the