H.S. PTTLS Course
Day 2 Assignment 4
2/3.3 Reviewways to giveconstructivefeedback to motivatelearners
“Probably the most effective barrier to communication is the learner’s lack of motivation”.
P59, CURZON, L.B. (1980) 2nd Ed ‘Teaching in Further Education’. Cassell.
Preparing to Teach...
needed to support the learner either directly or indirectly and to maintain an inclusive, fair/just and motivating learning environment. I understand that as a teacher I am primarily responsible for the health and safety also the moral and physical welfare of my students/learners. I am also responsible...
PTTLS Level 4 Integrated Theory Assignments – Units 7, 8 & 9
“Teaching and learning should be a structured process, teaching will follow a cycle and a teacher makes use of this to ensure achievement”. (Wilson, L. (2009) p15).
In this assignment I seek to explore how teachers structure work as...
PTTLS Week 5 (12th March)
‘Roles, Responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning’
Task A Research Report
by Pierre-Julien Peyroux
In this assignment I am looking at the roles, responsibilities and relationships of a teacher in the lifelong learning sector, and answer...
PTTLS ASSIGNMENT – UNIT 002
TASK A – BRIEFING DOCUMENT FOR A STAFF DEVELOPMENT SESSION
(a) Aspects of inclusive training
Not everyone is the same. Always bear that in mind.
Different people will learn in a variety of different ways, which means that anyone teaching must be aware of these...
Preparing To Teach in
The Life Long Learning Sector
‘The Teacher and the learner’
Explain the importance of establishing ground rules and describe ways in which you would establish ground rules with your learners. Which underpin...
number Age group approved Entry requirements
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector 6302 19+ There are no formal entry requirements. Learners are required to have evidence of level 3 vocational skills for the area in which they will teach if they are to progress into teaching in the Lifelong...
all learn in a different way. This is the reason teaching and learning strategies are devised. Teaching strategies are needed to help ease the implication of a variation of teaching methods and techniques. Teaching and learning strategies work in partnership to give a constructive educational journey for...
broadening relevant knowledge and skills in your subject specialism and your teaching and training, so that it has a positive impact on practice and the learner development. (www.ifl.ac.uk 2009)
Whilst preparing this assignment my Primary research was collated by using both personal observation...
presentations; gathering of handouts and through the exchange of information with my peers.
Within my own teaching subject, it is a specification that learners are to practice peer and self assessment. I have had the opportunity to plan my lessons based on this criteria. Secondary research has been through...
Understanding My Own Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries of the Role
HABC Level 4 PTTLS
1. Review what your actual or perceived role, responsibilities and boundaries are as a teacher in term of the teaching cycle.
According to Ann Gravells (2011:7) 'the teaching and...
Because we are required to,
For grading, selection and progression,
To find out if learning has taken place,
To motivate and encourage learners,
To diagnose learners' needs,
To evaluate and develop learning programmes.
I have used the above to define why I assess, which I have included...
and link theory to practice.
1.2 Evaluate the effectiveness of approaches to learning and teaching in own specialist area in meeting needs of learners
Critical thinking includes the ability to intuit, clarify, reflect, connect, infer, and judge. It brings these activities together and enables the...
the learner has learnt against what has been taught. Assessments are used as a diagnostic tool to establish entry level behaviour / academic ability, to help diagnose any addition learning disabilities and to determine the learners preferred learning styles.
Assessments acts to motivatelearners, and...
1 Explain how to create assessment opportunities that meet the needs of learners
Assessment is a process of measuring the knowledge, skills and attitudes of students. This helps to monitor the learner’s progress in and understanding of a subject.
Assessment should be planned. An assessment plan...
learning. I will explain how areas like resources, functional skills, feedback and assessment opportunities can help learners achieve their goals. Also, I will show how important the learning environment is towards motivating learners and promoting respect for others.
Blooms ‘Taxonomy of Learning’...
encourage learners to ask questions on anything they have not understood, learners at some point will have to know that they will have to prove their knowledge and understanding to the standards of the awarding body.
Learning and development are connected in the following ways. Learners will...
Identify different assessment methods (explain how, when and why you would use each)
The following assignment will discuss the reason as to why as we as teacher s we conduct assessments. We will look at different methods of assessments and I will give examples as to why certain...
Codes of practice
specific to your industry
and your organisation
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Theory assignment Task 5, 6 and 7
Level 4: Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of Functional Skills in your specialist area.
Functional skills are essential and practical skills to use in every day life. They have been introduced to address government and employer’s concern over...