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Teaching Cross Curricular

limited ability with 2d design. Suddenly, I was very conscious that should they want to adapt the design I was showing them too elaborately, I may not be able to help them. Unfortunately and quite typically, after revealing that I was going to be teaching them how to draw, measure and modify the stand, I announced that they probably knew more about it than me and so I hoped that we could work on it together…my patient, accommodating and delightfully good humoured teacher, smiled at me, shook her head...

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in toto merely because the prosecution chose to treat him as hostile and cross-examined him. The evidence of such witnesses cannot be treated as effaced or washed off the record altogether, but the same can be accepted to the extent their version is found to be dependable on a careful scrutiny thereof 2. Rabinder Kumar Dey v. State of Orissa, [1976] 4 SCC 233 The fact that the court gave permission to the Prosecutor to cross-examine his own witness, thus characterising him as, what is described as...

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teaching role

provoking exercise. As the end of college approaches however I feel that this was certainly the most relevant philosophy topic that we have studied so far.Adorno, essentially outlines the requirements for a good teacher and also the environment of teaching and learning that they create in the classroom. Essentially Adorno requires the teacher to be an intellectual i.e. –to possess a “relationship to his own work and to the total social totality of which it is a part “1 .This intellectualism , according...

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Co-Curricular Activities

Pros & Cons 1.)Co-curricular activities prepare students practically for the future. The normal curriculum can only go so far as to teach and educate students about academic theories. But students whose only experience of school or college is one of rigid academic study may not be able to apply what they have learned in practice. If the co-curriculum was given an equal footing in student life there will be an improvement in the student ability to grasp things as a whole, because students...

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My School and Its Teaching Environment

In my school, the teaching environment is very good for teachers and especially for the students. When you see the school, at first you will say “ WOW! Excellent facilities, playground for teachers and students, cozy cafeteria and a library with good ambience where you can study comfortably, all classrooms are air-conditioned, enough computers for students with the ratio of 1:1 with internet connection. Each student has internet password as well as the teachers and staffs. The school used Fiber...

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Effective Teaching and Learning Environments

This assignment will discuss effective teaching and learning environments. According to Brophy (2004) there are twelve principles contributing to effective teaching; a supportive classroom environment, the opportunity to learn, curricular alignment, establishing learning orientations, coherent content, thoughtful discourse, practice and application activities, scaffolding students, strategy teaching, co-operative learning, goal orientated assessment and achievement expectations. All these principles...

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A Rationale for teaching the Foundation Subjects within Early Years and Primary Education, with specific reference to History

education might not be immediately apparent, particularly for first year students studying towards qualified teacher status. This essay will, therefore, unfold the reasons for this inclusion whilst including specific reference to the enclosure of history teaching. The National Curriculum (NC), introduced in 1988 and currently undergoing revision, consists of the core subjects: English, mathematics and science; compulsory at all key stages, and the foundation subjects: art, design technology (DT), geography...

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Teachings of the Buddha

Teachings of the Buddha Summary and Reaction The book “Teachings of the Buddha” edited by Jack Kornfield is a collection of many stories drawn from popular sources of Indian, Tibetan, Chinese, and Japanese literature. Its short writings, poems, and drawings captured the essence of Buddhism, and helped Buddhists learn more about the path to Enlightenment. I have carefully chosen several of these short versus from the book, which I thought reflected the teachings nicely, and also intrigued me as...

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Cross in the Mountains

Art History Cross in the Mountains Caspar David Friedrich - 1774 - 1840 Caspar David Friedrich was a melancholic, sensitive and devout 19th century German artist of the Romantic style. Friedrich was born into a strict Lutheran family in Greifswald, Pomerania, on the Baltic coast of Germany and experienced tragedy at a very early age. Friedrich was the sixth child from a family of 10 children and by the time he turned 13, he had lost his mother, a sister, and saw one of his younger...

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Teaching and Learning

came to reading; but Mrs. Searson made it fun and interesting. The relationships she created with her students left them loving her as a teacher, friend and mentor. Teaching and learning are fundamentals of a school. An effective leader has a wealth of knowledge about teaching and learning. It’s their job to ensure their staff is teaching, students are achieving and relationships are being created. “Great principals make it cool to care. They understand that behaviors and beliefs are tied to emotion...

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