During the lesson, students can utilize graphic organizers to identify, organize and assimilate key concepts and related details. A graphic organizer encourages students to actively seek out important details and helps filter out the non-crucial information. Students are forced to focus in on the areas of information that are important and in the process of filling out the organizer students are then able to make important connections between details. It also provides an outline that organizes the lesson information into a logical pattern making even more sense of the content increasing the student’s comprehension. Another benefit of utilizing a graphic organizer during a lesson is that it gives the
Pictures: Pictures are used alongside words to make communication more easier and understandable. In fact in my placement school, the reading scheme that is used starts the children off with ‘picture only’ books so the children are encouraged to talk about the pictures in the book and make their own story up and ask questions. Technology: Computer programmes (apps and games), interactive whiteboard, story tapes, cds are all ways of stimulating a child’s communication development. These days a lot of programmes are interactive and children can hear and respond to different applications made specially to help develop their
Therefore, the purpose of assessment in support of planned curriculum is to help build on children’s strengths and weaknesses and aid in continued growth and learning. Furthermore, assessments illustrate that children have actually gained knowledge and skill from planned learning experiences. Even more, they exhibit the children’s ideas and attitudes towards their experiences. The teacher sent home picture cards for the children to continue working on rhyming at home and suggested several rhyming read aloud books for parents to read to their child at
To: From: Akeem Whyte Physical, technological and human resources used with in a school Microsoft office software Microsoft office software allows well developed work to be completed to a good standard by pupils and staff. The software provides an important part of school life in terms of teaching lessons and producing work. The software allows the school pupils to gain necessary knowledge and skills for use in slater life as Microsoft office is the most profound and used software in the world Tables and chair For children to work on and to create a formal seating which is appropriate for the work they need to produce and to get them used to the environment of work and exams. Classroom Classes to create quiet working environments
Discuss Lev Vygotsky’s concept known as scaffolding and how can you or when can you utilize it in a Preschooler classroom? Lev Vygotsky theorized that children learn not just by interacting with objects, but also with adults and more-experienced peers. These adults and peers extend children’s learning through conversations that use what the children already know to introduce new information – a concept know as scaffolding. Scaffolding can be used any time you are observing the children in the classroom and should be individualized based on each child’s skills, abilities, interests, and needs. 2.
The key strategic purpose of the teachers is to prepare lessons to impart information and make them as interesting as possible to keep children engaged and to promote learning by leading discussion and encourage participation. They must ensure the classroom environment is supportive for all learners. Teachers should prepare homework and assignments to assess learner’s progress and feed that back to both students and families. Support staff roles refers to any school employee allocated to assist administrators, teachers etc. to address special needs within the school.
These sessions create a classroom where student pairs can work on different levels and on different types of problems (i.e., word problems or counting) or at varying reading levels. Teachers can meet the individual needs of students while keeping the entire class engaged this is evidence of
Wilkinson states that these assessment aspects arose from an ‘interaction between our perceptions of the written materials, teachers’ judgements and theoretical considerations’ (Wilkinson, A., Barnsley, G. P., Hanna, P., & Swan, M., 1980). It is here that Wilkinson’s model of children’s development in writing is particularly helpful as it shows that the child has developed their quality of thought in a cognitive capacity; the child shows an awareness of the world and an ability to describe, interpret, generalise and speculate on it (Winch et al, 2010). Other ways that teachers may help children to expand on their development are through the use of VELS speaking and listening standards. Where students are given opportunities to use spoken language appropriately in a variety of classroom contexts, ask and answer simple questions for information and clarification and to produce brief spoken texts that deal with familiar ideas and information (VCAA, 2006). The ability of a child to draw on cognitive thought and view the world around them relates to the Piagetian Theory of child development.
There are several relationships that matter here: Parent- teacher, parent- child, teacher- child. They all should be equally yoked and the parent should realize that each of these relationships will be beneficial to their child. “ Several Studies show that when parents are positively involved in their child’s education that they achieve higher grade, test scores, perform better in school, and actually attend school” (Children, 2008). The children are more excited about learning and education because their parents show an interest in it. In the teacher- child relationship, the teacher can build the relationship by utilizing active listening skills, making direct eye contact, engaging in one on one and face to face interactions with the child.
The professors can select from a variety of assignments. In classrooms students can perform and develop public speaking skills. When getting feedback from your professors about an assignment the professor can respond immediately to the students. Your reading materials students can use textbooks and articles provided by the instructor. Students can interact directly with classmates.