TASK Ai e) Demonstrate your understanding of ways to establish ground rules with learners Ground Rules are boundaries and rules introduced to reinforce behaviour deemed appropriate for the class/ workshop, ensuring respect and creating a safe environment in which teaching and learning can take place. The first step in establishing ground rules is to decide whether they are negotiable or non-negotiable for example certain rules must be abided by when on college campus, and these are stated in the college handbook which is handed out to all individuals, there are also negotiable /non-negotiable rules relating to each department for example when in practical lessons it is possible to vary the times of breaks and it is vital that both staff and learner abide by the various health and safety policies introduced to ensure the safety and well-being of all present in the workshop e.g. mandatory wearing of personal protective equipment, the banning of mobile phones, banning of the use of machinery when not permitted/ trained to. There are various methods of establishing ground rules, and effective method being a discussion either between the students and one’s self or by encouraging the learners to work together to recognise what behaviour is acceptable. This enables the learners to recognise what is acceptable and gives them a sense of ownership as well as encouraging group dynamics.
Wrotham School BTEC Task Sheet Front Cover Name of Centre: Wrotham School Title of Course: BTEC National Subsidiary Diploma in Business Studies Unit Number and Title: Unit 5: Business Accounting Name of assessors: Mr Williams Mr Toher Deadline for completion: Statement of Context: Understanding how a business operates and what makes it successful requires knowledge of the accounting process. This unit introduces you to the purpose of accounting and its role in the management of a business organisation. Accounting involves the recording of business transactions, and this in turn, leads to the generation of financial information, which can be used as the basis of good financial control and planning. Inadequate record-keeping and a lack of effective planning ultimately lead to poor financial results. It is vital that owners and managers of businesses are able to recognise the indications of potential difficulties.
GCSE APPLIED BUSINESS UNIT 3 – INVESTIGATING PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND CHANGE CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT PLANNING SHEET ACTIVITY 1 – 30 MARKS Evaluate why people are so important to businesses. TIME ALLOWED FOR THIS TASK IS FOUR HOURS |TASK REQUIREMENTS |WHAT I NEED TO WRITE ABOUT TO |RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT|PROPOSED TIME ALLOCATED | | |COMPLETE THIS TASK | |FOR THIS TASK | |Explain how customer service is measured |I need to find out what customer |From business studies classes. Read British |1hour30mins | |and monitored in ONE of your chosen
Explain how you would establish (set up?/negotiate) ground rules with your learners: To establish a set of ground rules I would open up a discussion with the learners encouraging them to think how ground rules can be a positive thing. Indicating that ground rules give guide lines on good behavior and encourage respect for others. I would then ask a class that had been put into small groups to discuss ground rules and write down any they agreed on and thought were pertinent to the environment. After they had discussed within their groups I would ask them to stand and communicate their thoughts to the other learners and begin to write down the rules the learners agree upon. The different groups would probably have at least one rule written down the same anyway for example punctuality.
So to have successful communication, each member of the discussion (both the sender and the receiver) must take part in it. Example of effective communication Presentations and Lectures: When being at college or school you review certain topics with your teacher and to understand it well you need to have good communications with your lecturer. When the teacher tells you something you need to listen for the reply if you do not understand something you need to immediately ask her or him to explain it in another way, As the teacher finishes his or her speech you ask more questions in order to understand the topic or to give different points of view. Each time you do, you are receiving an answer, which means that you are building up the conversation and your communication flows. This means that you work in Cycles.
The information required to comprehend (tasks and assignment clarification). The media were going to use for easy communication and timeframes that we were setting for each other and the team and the responsibilities the team had in communicating success and productive methods to complete the handbook. The audience or our team communicated what roles and two task each team member were to complete for the handbook. The information on each assignment was communicated and reiterated in e-mails showing handbook topics for each team member. The media types of communication we used the group, effectively communicated through Join.Me, Linked-In, and Dropbox sharing information and files we need to complete our assignments.
They can make sure that all issues are addressed by insuring the meeting flows smoothly and involves all members present and not permitting one or two people to dominate the meeting. 5. What is the role of the minute taker/secretary during a meeting and why is important that they are briefed on the meeting prior to it taking place? The role of the minute taker is to record the contents of the meeting. To write down the discussions and the actions that need to be taken – how, when, why and by whom – prior to the next meeting.
CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY GLOBAL CAMPUS COURSE SYLLABUS I. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION MGT 542 Course: Inventory and Materials Management Course Title: 22274055 EPN: Fall I Term: Wright Patterson AFB Center Location: 8/22, 8/23, 9/12, 9/13/2014 Course Dates: Course Days and Times: Fri 6:00PM-10:00PM; Sat 8:00AM-4:30PM; MGT 303/MKT 303 or MGT 340; STA 282 or an equivalent statistics course; 86 semester hours Prerequisites: completed; admission to Professional Business Studies or listed on signed major or minor or graduate standing. Blackboard: Blackboard is a web-based learning management system licensed by CMU. Within Blackboard, a course website, also known as a shell, is automatically created for every CMU course. Face-to-face courses may or
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.
It will be each student’s responsibility to book and attend tutorials with their supervisor as necessary. You will research and produce a substantial body of work, appropriate for publication or other professional use in journalism or a journalism-related field OR a formal academic journalism studies dissertation, firmly focused on a suitable theme and/or topic