literacydevelopmentSummarise the relevantpolicy and age-relatedexpectations of learnersrelevant to literacydevelopment in the settingSummarise the teacher‟s programme and plans for literacydevelopment Use a range of strategies for supporting learners to develop reading and writing skills Select...
Portuguese boy in my class. He has been with us for 2 years. He recently asked me ‘can I drink water please’. I told him the correct way to ask was ‘can I have a drink of water please’. He now asks correctly each time.
1.2, Summarise the relevantpolicy and agerelatedexpectations of learners...
11.1.2 Summarise the relevantpolicy and age-relatedexpectations of learnersrelevant to literacydevelopment
When students start in year 7 at my school the national curriculum age-relatedexpectations are that the students will be working at a level 4 for Literacy. However this is not...
expectations of learnersrelevant to the setting
Children who are in Reception classes (aged 40-60+ months) are taught by teachers using the Foundation Stage Curriculum for mathematics. The Foundation Stage shows that numeracy is to be broken down into two areas of learning. 1, numbers. 2, shape...
criteria 1.1 Explain the aims and importance of learning provision for literacydevelopmentSummarise the relevantpolicy and agerelated expectations of learnersrelevant to literacydevelopment in the settingSummarise the teacher’s programme and plans for literacydevelopment Use a range of...
Engage in personal development in health and social care or children’s and young people’s settings
CYP Core 3.4
Support children and young people’s health and safety
papers for literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing across learning
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curriculum for excellence
SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS > CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS > RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS > EFFECTIVE CONTRIBUTORS
skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work > 1
three credits available for this unit.
-Keep any relevant materials as evidence of research
-Learner reflection- at the end of this Unit you are required to reflect on your own learning.
Learning Outcome 1:
Understand Learning and Teaching Strategies in Lifelong Learning
: 1200 words
1) Summarise key points from the following legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice that are relevant to your subject area.
• a)The Equality Act 2010
i. What are the ‘protected characteristics’?
ii. What duties do you have, as...
Level 4 Theory Assessment Question 2: - Summarise the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation within which you would like to work.
As a business teacher, the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes...
physical development that is visual, a child’s social and emotional development is also generalised according to age but can’t be seen. Every child is unique and for that reason although general milestones can be used as a guide to expectation, it must be remembered that each child will develop at...
MCMC411A Lead a competitive manufacturing team
Element 1: Facilitate the development of process and competitive manufacturing knowledge
Performance Criteria 1.1 – 1.5
Element 2: Facilitate efficiency improvements in team activities
Performance Criteria 2.1 – 2.4
E1 and in TWO (2) areas of development Explain TWO (2) theoretical perspectives relevant to the areas of development Include THREE (3) observations as appendices
Choose ONE (1) age range and TWO (2) areas of development. Describe how children usually develop in this age range. Choose a different...
CYPOP 1: Work with babies and young children to promote their development and learning
CYPOP 2: Care for the physical and nutritional needs of babies and young children
CYPOP 3: Lead and manage a community based early years setting
CYPOP 4: Promote young children’s...
to a broad, balanced and relevant education. The Code of Practice emphasises the right of a child with SEN to access mainstream education through the development of provision in such settings to meet “a wide spectrum of SEN” (COP 2001, 7:52-7:63) that may overlap in the categories of communication...
Supporting Teaching and Learning 5329
2. Unit 5329 requirements
4. Training, support and guidance
5. Planning and moderating learning and achievement
6. Centre Information, systems, policies...
; is intended to provide an inclusive menu that caters for a diverse range of learning styles and backgrounds. Particularly relevant here are the Professional Learning Skills sessions in Year 1 and Personal and Professional Development in Year 2 which operate throughout the year to support cyclical...
, Sydney NSW 2109 for the AMEP Research Centre on behalf of the Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs Corbel, Chris, 1951- . Teaching computer literacy. Bibliography. ISBN 1 86408 755 2. Computer literacy – Study and teaching. 2. Language and languages – Computer-assisted...
flexibility of mind
1.2: Summarise the national curriculum framework for mathematics including age-relatedexpectations of learners as relevant to the setting.
Numeracy is an important key part of our everyday lives. The curriculum gives pupils a solid grounding in all aspects of numeracy. In early...
a specialist Autistic school for learners from age 5- 22.
I am currently teaching entry 3 to level 1 City and Guilds NVQ in Hospitality and Catering and level 2 City and Guilds professional Cookery.
My role is to teach the students within the classroom environment this involves all aspects of...