Health And Social Care Level 3 Unit 2 P3

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The Inquiry P2
The Educational Situation P3
Data Collection and Analysis P6
Conclusions from Analysis of Data P9
Plan and Set Action Steps P12
Monitor the Change P14
Analyse Evaluative Data about the Change P16
Review the Change and decide what to do next. P19
Bibliography P21
Appendixes P22

The Inquiry:
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The students were encouraged to ask each other questions as well as add to and challenge the answers provided by others. I utilized this opportunity to move students, as I seen fit, when formulating these groups. This allowed me to unite the lower ability student with the higher ability student. I felt this coming together greater impacted on the overall development of the students social skills. It gave the lower ability student confidence to offer an answer up to the teacher for consideration knowing that what she is about to say is coherent, having came to its conclusion with another student. I praised the good that she attempted to do and tried to ignore what wrong she does, in the hope that praise becomes a goal and provided her with motivation for further appropriate behaviour and

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