To ensure learning has taken place and to support the learning process and aid understanding, verbal and non-verbal communication should be effective and appropriate and to the level of the learners. I will ask the group to leave their bags and coats at the back of the room to avoid any trip hazards or distractions.
At the end of each session or unit feedback will be given to help learners gain confidence, interest and motivation in learning. I am aware that there are learners with mobility issues, so doing the practice session standing could lead to exclusion because of disability.
Keep your reasoning honest. These are key factors that can affect learning outcome. The assessment is largely a combination of observation of your microteach session and products such as your lesson plan, self evaluation sheets on your plan and your session, peer evaluations of your session and your presentation materials and handouts.
What activities and why? Why did you choose those methods you may want to compare and contrast the methods you have chosen with other methods? Why is a CV so important, what should it include and how to put your CV together. As it is a demonstration, I can rearrange the flowers to show both good and bad practice and allow learners to photograph results.
I will display on my presentation the layout of the preferred style of CV and ask the group if they have any questions. Use headings and sub-headings if necessary and split your writing into paragraphs.
Aim for clarity and readability in the design and typography.
The PowerPoint presentation I produced will also include the aim and objectives of the session. In preparing for my micro teach I draw on information and research around my current employment. Ground rules should be discussed and negotiated; some rules are compulsory and are imposed without negotiation.
This will appeal to the two preferred learning styles and gain interest and engagement from the start. During the session I will keep the subject aim and objectives on display on the white board to serve as a reminder and point of reference. The importance of setting ground rules and ways to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment.
I think it is too small for a proper description unless you can summarise all of your thought processes to one short sentence!Read more about PTLLS Assignment 1 PTLLS Assignment 2 Summarise the key aspects of current legislative requirements and code of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation for which you would like to work.
Overview of course: − Give out course handbooks − Aims and objectives − Icebreaker − Ground rules − Explain emphasis of course on participation and practical application − Topics to be covered (week by week) − Rationale for the topics (tie in with pre-course assessment) /5(1).
PTLLS Unit Principles of Assessment in Lifelong Learning Words | 6 Pages PTLLS Unit Principles of Assessment in Lifelong Learning Produce 1 Written Rationale of words for all areas of research in 1 to 3.
Aug 31, · Creating a Rationale For Your PTLLS Microteach [I]n the last post I discussed how to choose a microteach subject. Now that you have a subject, you need to create a rationale for your assignment (Unit if you are doing City & Guilds Level 4 PTLLS).
A rationale is an explanation of the basis or fundamental reasons for something. Read more about PTLLS Assignment 1 PTLLS Assignment 2 Summarise the key aspects of current legislative requirements and code of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation for which you would like to work.
The aim is to explain how to apply hair extensions using the clip in method of attachment. To do this I must ensure that objectives are SMART (Specific, Measured, Achievable, Realistic, Time Driven).
To achieve learning outcome I will deliver my micro teaching session, demonstrating a selection of teaching and learning approaches to engage [ ].Download