Ctlls Assignments Essays and Term Papers

  • Ctlls Assignment 2

    1a. Negotiating with learners 1b. Inclusive learning 1c. Integrating functional skills into my subject area 1d. Communication In this assignment I am going to explain my approach to the research I have carried out and summarise my findings. To plan and enable learning, as a trainer I must...

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  • Ctlls Assignment 003

    Assessments are used so that we can check that learning has taken place and to what extent. I use assessments at all stages of the learning process in line with organizational requirements. In order to prepare effective assessments we need to think about the key concepts and principles. It starts...

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  • Understanding How Learners Learn Ctlls Assignment 2

    Understanding how your learners learn, is your success! There are many books and Internet websites written about the VARK Theory. It is the trainingfairy's opinion that as adult trainers we are not always interested in the in-depth theory, you need to have an understanding and run with it. This page...

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  • Ctlls

    progression in to employment and adult life. English; Within the area of Hair and beauty an understanding of English language is need for completing assignment, Exam papers and clear oral expression. It is important that learner have a high level of oral English language because of high level of client and...

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  • Ctlls

    Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector - (Intensive) |Unit Title |CTLLS UNIT 3 - Principles & Practice of Assessment | |Theory Assessment Number | | ...

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  • Ctlls

    Information Sheet Bloom's taxonomy of learning Learning is a complex and multi-faceted process. Benjamin Bloom, an American professor of education, devised a taxonomy[1] in which he sought to put different forms (or ‘domains’) of learning into three categories. Each is organised as a series of different...

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  • Ctlls

    Theory 2 This assignment will look at the four main areas of the Principles and Practice of Assessment, including different methods of assessment that are relevant to my own expertise and how they effectively meet the individual needs of my learners. The assignment will also show how I promote...

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  • Ctlls

    perhaps motivate them to improve their grades. Furthermore, I feel that my written communication (in the forms of feedback), from either an assignment or practical observation, could be improved upon, firstly by ensuring it is given at an appropriate time, i.e. in an individual tutorial session...

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  • Ctlls

     CERTIFICATE TO TEACH IN THE LIFELONG LEARNING SECTOR UNIT: EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY Introduction Within this assignment I intend to research the following points: Understand the key features of a culture which promotes equality and values diversity Understand the importance of the promotion of...

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  • CTLLS

    questioning and types of assessment records City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) Introduction This assessment forms part of Unit 3, Principles and Practice of Assessment in the Lifelong Learning Sector...

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  • Ctlls

    Unit 2 Certificate to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector Theory assessment level 4 Introduction Within this assignment I intend to research the following four points: * Negotiating with learners (1a) * Inclusive learning (1b) * Integrating functional skills (1c) * Communication...

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  • Ctlls

    All learners are entitled to undergo a period of initial assessment. Initial assessment is the process of identifying an individual’s learning and support needs to enable the design of an individual learning plan which will provide the structure for their learning. Initial assessment is a critical...

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  • Ctlls

    What is Equality and Diversity and how is it defined? Gravells(2008): defines equality as ‘ the rights of learners to attend and participate, regardless of their gender, race, ethnic origin, religion, disability, sexual orientation and age’. Equality allows all students the right to have access to and...

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  • Teaching - Ctlls

    According to the Adult Learning Inspectorate (2003), ‘done well, initial assessment sets the scene for a successful and productive relationship . . . [It] provides the essential opportunity, early in the learning programme, for learner and tutor to work closely together to look back at what has been...

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  • Ctlls Journal

    CTLLS Unit 3 Learning Journal 13th July 2008 Principles and Practice of Assessment In my teaching I am constantly assessing the learners on how they are doing and this is through questioning techniques such as can they describe what was learnt last week, what did we do, who can explain the...

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  • Ctlls-Planning & Enabling Leaning

    Planning and Enabling Learning In this assignment, I will discuss the four main subject areas in planning and enabling learning. I will discuss the method of research to be used within these areas. These areas are: negotiating with learners; inclusive learning; integrating functional skills; and...

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  • Ctlls Unit 2

    inclusively and what the barriers can be. c) integrating functional skills into the subject area On a wall chart and in a short assignment (Unit 2/ theory assignment 1c) I tried to show the basic points that I researched around embedding functional skills. I found out about the Functional Skills overall...

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  • CTLLs Unit 18

    learners early in the course or programme. 1.2 Use methods of initial and diagnostic assessment with learners. Having reflected in my previous CTLLSassignments on ways to improve my assessment practice, I realised that I needed to devise an initial and diagnostic assessment which provided me with more...

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  • Ctlls Different Assessment Methods

    Different assessment methods (in ESOL) Initial assessment is a crucial part of the learning journey. It provides the information needed to decide a learner’s starting point. It is the benchmark from which learners’ progress and achievement can be measured. Formative assessments are carried out in the...

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  • Ctlls Enabling Learning and Assessment

    ENABLING LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT (LL112) TASK 1: SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT The purpose of this summary assignment is to discuss assessment methods, with the use of one example I use in practice; the influence numeracy and literacy have on the assessment tools used. What is assessment? Petty (2004) defines...

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