Teachers sometimes argue that due to the lack of time and the need to complete the syllabus by a certain given time, they find that there is not much room (or no room at all!) for them to revise certain topics that have been taught to the students earlier.
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
This entry is a continuation of the suggestion posted earlier about guided writing with the topic 'Flood'. This entry chooses to stagger the introduction of new words pertaining to the topic rather than dumping the whole list to students.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
One of the elements stated in the new SKPMg2 Standard 4 Obersevation list for teaching and learning processes in the classroom is that there should be an element of enjoyment while learning; enjoyment which entails many things.
Teaching writing to LEP students can be a very daunting task. However, the level of challenge that the teacher faces can be greatly reduced if the teacher knows what to focus on. Before the actual writing can take place, a vocabulary list specific to the writing topic needs to be established.
Friday, July 21, 2017
As we gear towards the second half of the year. teachers are at tanterhooks to complete their syllabus and start doing revision with their students, expecially those who will be sitting for their examinations, mainly the form 3s and form 5s.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
|How to manage time?|
With the introduction of KSSM beginning with Form One 2017, a few new things have been introduced to teachers. These new things include the syllabus, textbooks, teaching strategies, record book writing and time.
Sometimes it does not take a lot of effort on the teachers part to get students interested and become involved in a lesson, especially when the students are of moderate to high proficiency level. The struggle to get students to be interested in ones lesson is even less when it is conducted in the morning when they are still alert and active.