Ncfe Level 3 Teaching Assistant Course

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NCFE Teaching Assistant Level 3 Assignment 1

Question one
Describe how you might contribute to a lesson given to a group of seven year old children learning to play percussion instruments.

I would contribute to a lesson being given to 7 years olds by using the following strategies:

I would get the relevant information from the teacher or the lesson plan as to what instruments were to be used. Prior to the lesson I would ensure the instruments specified were available and that a suitable environment was set up in advance as per the teachers requirements.

I would actively encourage each child to participate including demonstrating how the instruments are used. I would make myself aware of any SEN children within the class that may be affected by this type of lesson where the noise levels would be higher than normal.

I would use positive reinforcement to boost self-confidence and self-esteem in individual children and also encourage co-operation with each other.

Question two
What might your role be in organising, using and maintaining the learning resources, material and equipment for this percussion lesson?

My role in organising, using and maintaining would include the following:

I would make sure the instruments to be used were in good working order and in sufficient quantities.

I would familiarise myself with any instruction manuals and relevant information regarding the instruments.

I would ensure a suitable environment to be used was available and had sufficient room for the children to be able to work freely with the instruments.

I would set up the environment prior to the lesson with guidance from the teacher if necessary.

After the lesson I would ensure that all instruments and any manuals or information books and any music sheets used, were stored away appropriately for the their next use.

Question three
Describe how you act in class in order to be an effective role model for the standards of behaviour expected in...
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