The classroom can be managed through the physical elements of a classroom. How a teacher decides to place the furniture and learning material has a big impact on what kind of environment is in the classroom, it has to optimize learning and reduce distractions.
The teacher I observed placed her desk in front of the class so that she can see all the learners and it is close to the white board. The learning material (textbooks) is placed underneath each desk so that the learners don’t have to walk around, disrupting the class to get their textbooks.
1.2 What makes the classroom conducive for learning
Learners need things in a specific way to be able to learn. A teacher must create a relaxing and inviting …show more content…
Either linking the lesson with future lessons or giving learners an activity that will show them how to link the gained knowledge with the real life experiences.
2.3 The teaching strategies, resources and differentiation of activities employed during teaching
Teaching strategies is the method the teacher use to give her lesson. Teacher Nadia likes to make use of lectures and then incorporate active learning into her lectures to include all the learners and to make sure all the learners understand the work.
Nadia gives with every lesson at least 3 activities for the learners to do. She asks learners orally questions about the lesson that the learners must answer individually. A group activity is also very popular in her classroom where the learners must have a group discussion on the lesson. Lastly she gives the learners a written revision activity on the lesson that the learners have to complete in their scripts.
In the classroom the teacher makes use of the prescribed textbooks and likes to add slide shows (visual and audio) on the overhead projector, to her lessons to make it more interesting for the learners.
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• Oral assessment - During an oral the teacher assesses the learner and writes feedback and comments while the learner is busy.
• Class discussion with questions throughout the lessons.
5.1 Feedback on learners’ participation in class for any oral or written work. How often ? Elaborate and give examples
Feedback on participation on any oral or written work is done during the lesson. The teacher will tell the learners to participate when they aren’t and will tell good job to the learners who are interested and doing their best.
Learners are formally assessed twice every school term for both oral and written work for grades 4 to 6. At the end of each term there is a parent teacher meeting where the teacher discuss the learners participation in her classroom and their progress.
5.2 The opportunity given to learners to express their learning problems or concerns ( verbal or in writing ). Elaborate and give examples.
• Class discussions give learners the opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences during