In such cases, I need to be careful and keep in mind the interest and ability of the pupils. 3.4 Describe the sorts of problems that might occur when supporting learning activities and how to deal with these. Problems may relate to: the learning activity, the learning resources, the learning environment and the learners • The learning activity: It may happen that the learning activity is unsuitable to the level of the pupils. It may either be too easy or too difficult. As a result, it becomes difficult to hold the attention of the pupils and they lose interest.
The Fall of the House of Usher written by Edgar Allen Poe uses reflection and duplication to draw attention to the biggest allusion in this short story, the trinity between the Usher house, Roderick Usher, and the Usher line. “The Fall of the House of Usher is repeated in its entirety at the very end of the story” (Herrmann 36). The title of the story itself helps to foretell the end of the
Thus, even if it might not have been the purpose of the creators, the exaggerated personality traits of the characters forces the show to keep the old stereotypes when developing the personality of its homosexual characters. This is why “Shameless” really stands out from the rest of the modern series; it uses the theme of homosexuality not just as a simple plot device, but as a real call to revolutionize the conception of this theme by the television
All children need instruction; modelling, explaining, and demonstrating are very important teaching activities if children are to learn to read and write. Teaching assistant can model the reading and writing by engaging in them while children observe; reading aloud to children, which provides a model of how reading sounds and how stories go. Reading aloud is a way to model fluent reading. Teaching assistant can discuss books and stories while modelling the thinking process leading to understanding. Teaching assistant talks through the process step-by-step to show the children how things are done, for example, how to make, confirm or change predictions.
The plot gives the reader a main concept on what they are reading. Characters bring the story to life. Dialogue is what brings the characters to life. Having these three attributes you will have an intriguing story. You can have a diverse set of characters.
Describe three strengths of your activity. (3 marks) Three strengths of my activity were teamwork, communication and enthusiasm. As a team with my other three group members, we were able to plan together a significant and fun game. The game itself involved the whole class to work together as a team and solve the problem of unknotting themselves. Everyone was able to be an active participant in the game by getting up and moving around, which was a great way for all the leaders and buddies to be involved.
This tells them how they will be assessed throughout the class. Step 4: Instruction, giving students input by summarizing definition 's and demonstrating basic learning skills. Also, demonstrating the application of concepts and skills with a demonstration; it 's better for the students if the teacher demonstrates. Step 5: Checking for understanding, this step is a guiding practice to have learner’s do exercises effectively and monitoring informal or observational assessment as previously demonstrating in step 3 and 4. additional assessments determine needs for re-teaching which makes the content of the lesson and its objective to stimulate the minds of the learners. Step 6: Closure, reinforcement to major points learned and help organize the students learning and cue’s them to know they have arrived at an important part of the lesson.
Further suggesting an impact on creating learning environments promoting social, emotional and thinking skills Teacher’s skills and attitudes; a willingness to act as a role model; awareness of learners’ needs; flexible approaches to curriculum and lesson structure; particular types of classroom interaction with pupils are important components of teaching for creativity. The evidence highlights the importance of school culture in supporting or impeding creative practice; the need to elicit teachers’ prior conceptions of creativity in education; teachers taking on the role of learners to develop their own creativity; working co-constructively with a mentor or coach and the importance of teachers undertaking action research and reflection on their own classroom practice” (Davies, Jindal-Snape, Collier, Digby, Hay, & Howe, 2013). In the future, it will be crucial to find more ways to support teachers in developing and applying creative and collaborative teaching methods (Hämäläinen & Vähäsantanen,
At first I start with character studies of each of my intended characters. This enables me to develop my plot and work on the setting of my story. The plot build up helps me create the different conversations within my story and create each characters role in my plot. The length of each event in my plot varies depending on the level of imagination I assign to each of them. Each event has a specific set of characters whose roles contribute to the effective development of my plot.