• Evaluation and Feedback of Micro Teach Session
    Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session HABC Level 3 PTLLS Assessment 6 Evaluation and Feedback of Micro teach session Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to explain my selection of teaching and my learning approaches. I will be evaluating my choice of resources and explain...
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  • Kjkj
    up! In my course this was bundled with T3 on equality and diversity because they are very related and both quite short. Check out the full list of Ptlls assignments if you need a different one. Level 3 – Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your...
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  • Ptlls Activity 13
    assessment and Interview records Learning and Diagnostic tests Action plans and session plans Learning support plans and progression plans (Passing your PTLLS Assessments by Ann Gravels) The reason why these records are a benefit to a teacher/tutor is these records or plans can be used to show the progress...
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  • Ptlls
    ptlls Assignment 1setting up ground rules As In all aspects aspects of life were people work together in groups of close proximity there will always be a need to lay down some ground rules. These ground rules are for the benefit of both the tutor and the learners alike. Ground rules may be set by...
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  • Ptlls
    | PTLLS 1.1 ASSIGNMENT 1 contd |Candidate Name |      |Centre Name |      | Describe three limits to your authority in your teaching/training role. |The first limit...
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  • T1. Review What Your Role Responsibilities and Boundaries Would Be in Terms of the Teacher/Training Cycle.
    City & Guilds 7303 Level 3/4 PTLLS Assignment - Theory T1. Review what your role responsibilities and boundaries would be in terms of the teacher/training cycle. Introduction The Teacher/Training cycle has one main aim and that is to ensure achievement. In order to ensure this achievement, it...
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  • Improving Own Practice (Dtlls)
    Module 2 Task 3 Improving Own Practice Sharon Baker In order to improve our own practice as a teacher, lesson planner and a professional in a teaching organisation working with others, it is important that we take account of feedback from various sources and evaluate our own performance on a regular...
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  • Assessment Methods 2
    actually taken place. Trainers can also use forms of assessment to determine if the scheme of work and lesson plans are effective and as a tool for self improvement. L Wilson (2008) suggests that there are three stages in any form of assessment which begin with Obtaining Information leading on to Forming...
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  • Pttls Reflection
    not have the time to complete the work necessary. One of my overall reflections was the COURSE CONTENT WHICH I FELT WAS JUST RIGHT AND RELEVANT TO TEACHING. Was great to walk in and immediately have a task, sticking our thoughts on the walls, this I would use in a class as most classes I have attended...
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  • Written Rational
    PTLLS Level 4 Rationale for micro-teach (Using Inclusive Learning and Teaching Approaches in Lifelong Learning) Subject: Hair extensions and methods of attachment Room: H6 Number of learners: 6-9 Start time: My micro-teach is about hair extensions and,...
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  • Lesson Plan
    “‘full teaching role’ means a teaching role that carries the full range of teaching responsibilities (whether on a full-time, part-time, fractional, fixed term, temporary or agency basis) and requires the teacher to demonstrate an extensive range of knowledge, understanding and application of curriculum...
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  • Ptlls Asignment 3
    or as a micro teach. Yourplan needs to include a range of appropriate approaches, which will engage andmotivate your learners. This session will show your ability to communicateappropriately and effectively with learners.This session plan needs to be for a minimum of 15 minutes micro teaching or for areal...
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  • Unit 4 Optional 10 Inclusive Practice Theory Assignment TQ 1 Analyse The Characteristics Which Influence The Learning Of A Group Of Learners
    the learner to get involved with the lesson. The teacher’s role includes the 5 stages of the teaching cycle, such as; identifying needs, planning and designing, delivery, assess and evaluation. The teaching must identify the needs of the learner, such as interviews, diagnostic assessment, induction...
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  • Pttls Task 5 Evaluate a Range of Ways to Embed Elements of Funtional Skills in Your Specialist Area.
    Preparing to teach in the Life Long Learning Sector (PTLLS) Level 4 City and Guilds 7307 Task 5. Question: Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of functional skills in your specialist area. Word count 300 – 400 words. According to the Qualification and Curriculum Development Agency...
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  • Ptlls
    | Roles and Responsibilities within teaching | PTLLS Assignment 2 | Word count 1334 | Index Introduction Page 2 Responsibilities Page 2 Legislation Page 3 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Page 5 Recommendations for Professional Practice ...
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  • Train the Trainer Level 3
    learning environment * Poor course material * Over packed sessions * Lack of adaptation of teaching methods to audience 2.3.3. Dispositional barriers: those related to attitudes and self-perceptions about oneself as a learner. * Feeling 'too old' to learn * Lack of confidence...
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  • Ptlls Level 3 Theory Assessment 1
    UNIT 1 PTLLS LEVEL 3 THEORY ASSESSMENT (1) / JOHN A F BRADY @ MERCIA 2011 Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching / training cycle. The role of the teacher is to facilitate the learning aims of the taught group on behalf of...
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  • CTLLS
    Rationale outlining the areas of research regarding principles of assessment, peer and self-assessment, feedback, questioning and types of assessment records City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) Introduction This...
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  • CTLLs Unit 18
    diagnostic assessment which provided me with more information on how to help learners progress on the PTLLS’ course. As a result, I devised and administered a questionnaire to my learners at the beginning of the PTLLS’ course which required them to identify and write about one of their interests, hobbies and their...
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  • Mr David
    Leeds City College PTLLS level 3 State the different assessment methods available and explain the ones that you would use for your subject area, including reference to initial assessment. State the types of assessment records you would complete and why. (300-500 words) Assessment methods and...
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