When first introducing to a lesson, a graphic organizer can be used to assess and organize a student’s knowledge on the lesson topic. An easy way to utilize a graphic organizer in this way is to have the students fill out a KWL chart. This organizes key information regarding what the student currently knows, what the student wants to know, and later on what the students have learned as a direct result of the lesson. This provides the instructor a learning history of what they can build upon and clues them in on areas of interest they can use later on in the lesson. During the lesson, students can utilize graphic organizers to identify, organize and assimilate key concepts and related details.
Learning Activities Page heading The following learning activities are designed to further develop your mastery of the learning objectives identified within this learning plan. Completing the following activities will further enrich your experience with the concepts and theories presented in this course. Start Course Content Learning Plan 1 _____1. Spend some time looking over your textbook and become familiar with the content. Reflect on your own communication skills as you explore the different topics in your textbook.
When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format. There are several scientific practices that need to be observed when working in a laboratory setting. First a student must be able to construct explanations, and secondly they must be able to utilize critical thinking skills through the use of mathematics, information and computer technology and computational thinking. As an effective teacher one must be able to communicate the value of these skills to their students and show the value of being thorough with both of these steps. When teaching a student about constructing explanations it is important to understand what the purpose of the explanation is trying to say; being thorough is going to be the best option as the more details that are available the more likely the person reviewing the experiment will understand what was trying to be done.
However, some lessons have a short story regarding a city or person that they need to read to focus on writing and creativity skills. Also at the end of the third lesson, there are activities to help the students learn how to work together to do activities in creating skits of the era for doing tasks, or creating new skills. When doing assessments it is very important that the students have a textbook to help 2 them study and do their best for the formal and authentic assessments. The lesson plan includes its goals, objectives, National Council for Social Studies Standards, and formal assessment that will be use that provides learning criteria and indicators through traditional or alternative assessment means (Kessler, & Judson,
Assessment Unit Name | Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio | Unit Code | VBQU130 | Assessment Tasks: Task One: My Learning and Development Plan Name and Surname: ______ Date: _____________ | Short-term goals | Long-term goals | What do I want to learn? | I want to learn to write essays with correct sentence structures, grammar and correct spelling. Besides, I want to master the skill of scanning and skimming so that I can answer and understand my assessment or online test well. | I want to learn to develop and organise ideas in some discussion group such as debating so I would be able to speak confidently and fluently. | Why do I want to learn it?
Two modifications have been made to accommodate diverse learners in each of the following areas: content, instructional strategies, the end product, and the environment. Differentiating Content The first modification to differentiate learning content is to have the articles available in a variety of media: an audio presentation, and a power point presentation in order to conveying key concepts to varied learners. Participants would be required to read, watch and/ or listen to the articles that a presented for demonstration. A few simple white board examples using a power point presentation of text and text-dependent questions will be presented during the class with the use of class participation to work through some real world examples. Teachers will develop text dependent questions to guide the students through the text in a small group setting.
Award in Education and Training – Assignment One Learner name : Wesley Westaway Award in Education and Training – Assignment One Answer the below questions in paragraphs researching your answers from the course, books and the internet. Make sure you save your work to your computer. Learning outcome 1: Understand the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training Task 1 Unit 1 (U1) Assessment Criteria (AC 1.1) – Complete the following table and question to identify your roles and responsibilities as a teacher. (Please attach additional pagers and/or evidence as required.) Tick the box of those responsibilities that relate to your role: Teach/train learners – Large groups Teach/train learners – small groups Mark assignments and give feedback Work with learners on a 1:1 basis Register the learner with the awarding body Assess the learner’s work product Observe the learner in situ Mark the work against national standards Make regular appointments to support the learner to achievement Give positive feedback Submit assessed work for formative/summative internal assurance and standardisation Carry out internal quality assurance Attend training meetings and gain feedback Be a positive role model for your learners Tick Task 2 U1 AC 1.1 - Now we have identified some of your roles and responsibilities, explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training.
TBA 3.3 SUPPORT LEARNING ACTIVITIES 6.2: Develop a plan for improving own knowledge, understanding and skills in literacy, numeracy and ICT. Whilst working alongside teachers and children in my class, I’m improving and developing my knowledge, understanding and skills on a day to day basis in all 3 areas. I am also aware that I make sure that I am doing things correctly, for example: • Holding my pencil correctly • Using the right pronunciations in literacy • Navigating around the computer programme we are using • Using the correct methods in numeracy If I come across something that I’m unsure about whilst in class and taking a group of children, I will ask my teacher or one of my colleagues. As the weekly planning is
Students are provided with course handouts and publications which require reading skills. Taking notes, assessment papers; feedback and evaluation forms all require reading and written communication skills. Additionally, oral communication is embedded through verbal delivery of course material, questions and exchanges which all entail literacy and understanding of English. Role play or accident scenarios can also incorporate speaking; listening and understanding. Students are required to ask conscious casualties leading questions, listen and understand responses to determine treatment Maths or numeracy entails calculations, interpretations, evaluations and measurements.
John Steinbeck Webquest Essential Learnings: Students will apply appropriate strategies and skills to understand a variety of texts. Students will appreciate that literature provides an understanding of human experience. Students will use critical thinking skills to evaluate a variety of texts. Background: - Students have been introduced to Of Mice and Men. Procedure: - Students will use suggested websites as well as internet searches to answer the following questions.