I know full well that teachers do not have the time to scour the internet to look for information about classroom teaching and learning, as I have been told many times. So, if searching for materials for them makes their lives a bit easier, then I am all for it.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Teachers' initiative to include Gallery Walk at the end of their lessons, or in fact during any part of their lessons, is indeed plausible. This cooperative structure for one, allows teachers to incorporate Howard Gardner's kinesthetic element of Multiple Intelligence.
In this second installment of Teaching Personal Pronouns, we are looking at the different skills students need to go through in order to complete the task mentioned in the previous entry for this topic.
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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.
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.