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    An Evaluation of the Teaching of Reading in Primary Schools

    this report will examine how reading practices progress pupils attainments regarding the core topic of literacy in major colleges. the project might be based mostly on the investigation of the involvement lecturers undertake for enhancing the strategy of interpreting phrases for year 5 students to prepare them for his or her finish of yr sats […] More

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    Adjective Lesson Plan: Teaching with PPP

    It is necessary that superior students’ vocabulary constantly progresses. This teaching plan explains tips on how to train new adjectives. Date: 14 July 2013 Class Level: Level 7 – Advanced Students Length of Lesson:1 hour 5 minutes Lesson Type & Subject:Vocabulary: adjectives. Materials Needed: Pictures of weather, realia (abnormally giant fruit/object, flower) and worksheet. Lesson […] More

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    Ethics in ICT Education: Utilizing Mobile Gadgets in Teaching and Learning Process

    In a technology-driven and digital society, getting information quickly is important to both instructors and students. The expansion and everyday use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) have made it possible to quickly and instantly find information, share ideas among peer groups, allow instructors to easily interact with their students, and provide them with enabling […] More

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    Teaching assistant

    A child’s main development from a new born baby to a 2 year old infant consists of a completely dependent newborn to a child who can lift their head and crawl within 6 months. Around this age a child’s growth begins to slow down to a weight gain of 450-600 grams a month, to then […] More

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    Supporting teaching and learning in schools

    Outcome 1 1.1 There are many types of school. Using the school prospectuses, discussion and research complete the following table. Use one example for each category. Type of school Name of school Infant Penygraig Infants Junior Penygraig Juniours Secondary Tonypandy Comprehensive School Independent Howells School Llandaff Welsh language Bodringallt Primary School Faith School St. Raphaels […] More

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    Rewards of Teaching ( A Reflection of Experience)

    “Never in my wildest dreams have I dreamt of becoming a teacher.” This was my introductory line when I delivered my impromptu speech in front of a group of teachers who took master’s class at Xavier University. Along with this line were scenarios flashing back. . . My elementary and high school teachers tagging along […] More

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    Community Teaching Plan

    Nursing Diagnosis: Readiness for Learning: Identify the factors that would indicate the readiness to learn for the target aggregate. Include emotional and experiential readiness to learn. Readiness to learn would include active engagement, excitement about learning new ways to manage diabetic regimen, asking questions about diabetes and treatment. Educator needs to define best way for […] More

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    Teaching strategies

    This assignment is given to the students of Diploma in School Management course conducted by Centre for Open Learning (COL), The Maldives National University about the four management functions with its theoretical concepts. This assignment discusses the relationship among the four management functions outlining the importance of management functions in the school system and concludes […] More

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    TEACHING AND LEARNING STYLES

    Teaching styles (methods) There are many different styles or methods of teaching. Research I did showed at least 150 different styles from lecturing to brainstorming and vocabulary drills. I have identified the following styles as most often used: Demonstrations & Practicals/Experiments: When teachers show learners skills while they watch, followed by the learners practicing the […] More

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    The Teaching Profession

    When news of K-12 curriculum spread 2 years ago, the common knee jerk reaction of Filipinos was of contempt—K-12 curriculum has just been prejudged as an ill-timed unnecessary additional expense. They can’t be blamed. The sound economic fundamentals were not really being cascaded to the grassroots level. Maybe a part of me even had that […] More

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    Teaching Writing to Young Learners

    1. Introduction: Language is the salient way of expressing our thoughts. We use language for planning our lives and exchanging our ideas. Globalization has given rise to English as a global language and learnin g it has become inevitable to communicate with the world. In many co untries including Bangladesh, English is the second language […] More

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    Discuss the training requirements for Higher Level Teaching Assistants

    Higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs) have an increased level of responsibility. They usually undertake more complex tasks and tend to work more independently than other classroom-based staff. Under the direction of a teacher, they often plan, prepare and deliver learning activities to individual pupils, groups and (in the short term) whole classes. They also assess, […] More

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    Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Approaches

    Different teaching and learning approaches were used during the session according to the requirement of the activities. * For health and safety induction: Q&A, writing (Task sheet) and lecture methods (more information was given) were used. * Effectiveness of the teaching and learning approaches: Learners participate in this activity fully and effectively. They told me […] More

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    Supporting Teaching and Learning

    1. Outlie the difference between sequence and rate of develoment. Why might children develop at different rates in different areas? All children are different in sequence of development depending on events of what will happen while growing in age, as like Maslows hierarchy of needs are shown you need all acpects to develop, you need […] More

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    Teaching English as a second language

    Language is said to be a system in which the combination of sounds form words and the combination of words form sentences for a representation of knowledge is determined by a system of rules. And these rules are applied in the construction of words and sentences. One of the basic principles of learning a second […] More

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    Teaching Problems

    The English language teachers, as well as any other teachers, encounter various professional problems concerning lesson planning, class management, student motivation, coping with unpredicted issues, and numerous other problems. There are many specific problems that usually only foreign language teachers meet, e.g. the usage of the mother tongue during the lessons etc. Student motivation One […] More

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    Specific Teaching Practices: Math and Science

    Your competence will be assessed as you complete the EFT4 performance assessment and the ELO4/5 objective assessment (to be taken after completing the Specific Teaching Practices domain of study) for this course of study. This course of study may take up to 10 weeks to complete. Introduction Overview Welcome to the Specific Teaching Practices: Math […] More

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    English Language Teaching

    This paper aims to highlight the importance of teaching sociolinguistic competence to ESL learners in Malaysian schools. Sociolinguistic competence is the knowledge of socio cultural rules of language and of discourse. This type of competence requires an understanding of the socio context in which language is used. It is proposed that carefully designed language activities […] More

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    School Teaching and Supervision

    My beliefs are supervisors are in a school to be leaders and raise the bar for the school, teachers, students, and community. Supervisors are there to continually drive the school mission and vision statements. My beliefs as a future supervisor most closely follow the philosophy of essentialism. Furthermore, “Teacher supervision is a formative process that […] More

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    Teaching Theories

    The purpose of this report is to research theories, frameworks and the different aspects relating to the effects of inclusive learning and teaching of disabled learners We continually face challenges in supporting the learning of our students in our changing world. The curriculum that frames our learning and teaching practices are developed from research and […] More

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    Community teaching work plan proposal

    Lorenz et al. (2005) define end- of –life as a chronologically indefinite part of life when patients and their caregivers are struggling with the implications of an advance chronic illness. Every person’s end- of – life trajectory is different and the need for quality healthcare services, hospital or homecare interventions, family and patient legal rights, […] More

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    Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

    Estimated Time Teaching Will Last: 2 periods, approximately 50-55 minutes in length. | Location of Teaching: Urban High School | Supplies, Material, Equipment Needed: Laptop, Overhead Screen, Condoms, DVD, Chalk, Pens, Paper, Index Cards | Estimated Cost: Laptop is owned by teacher already, screen for PowerPoint provided by school, additional materials approximately $75-$100 dollars (including […] More

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    How Technology Enhances Teaching and Learning

    Students at the Owen School’s Strategy in the New Economy seminar enter a classroom that looks like any other, except that a projection system and video screen have been installed. Their professor announces that today they will be joined by a guest lecturer, a senior VP from a Fortune 500 corporation. What makes this guest […] More

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    Roles and resposibilities and boundaries in teaching cycle

    Introduction It is beyond doubt that any teacher will certainly need to define his role and responsibility when starting to teach a new subject, however, in order to achieve this, it must follow the teaching cycle stages, and each stage is taken into consideration, and then it could be moulded to a specific subject. This […] More

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    Why is teaching culture important in the ESL classroom

    1. Introduction The seminar paper will argue that teaching culture should be a vital part of every English class. It will point put the various benefits that this teaching brings. By learning culture, students will gain practical communicative competences and knowledge of how to behave in a certain social situation. This kind of learning will […] More

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    The best teaching aid is a piece of chalk

    When I first went to school, the dominant teaching aid was blackboard and chalk. That is almost half a century ago. Back then, the statement “The best teaching aid is a piece of chalk” is likely to cause bafflement to teachers. “What else?” would be their common response. Today, however, teaching aids abound. From a […] More

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    Explain religious teaching about what it means to be a human

    – Human has a embodied spirit who thinks, act, speaks and desires. Religious teachings say that humans are created in the image of god. They are different from animals because humans have the ability to love, be moral and have free will. Humans life is a gift from god. We must value life. God created […] More

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    Diabetic Teaching Summary of Power Point

    This diabetes power point was presented at an adult community center in Queens, New York called QCP. This power point highlights the importance of educating yourself on disease and more specifically diabetes. Unlike other diseases that can be managed using only medication, diabetes requires day to day knowledge of the disease including nutrition, exercise and […] More