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She asked everyone to clap again in appreciation of Chan’s story. Conveying examples of work in different types of lesson Teachers used this strategy in all subjects. In maths, several teachers (of both age groups) reported asking children to explain their own successful computation methods to the rest of the class with a view to helping others to learn. For example, a Y6 teacher asked a boy to explain how he worked out the correct answer to a subtraction sum. ) A few teachers repeatedly turned to the same (able) child to carry out this kind of demonstration for the beneﬁt of others.
Putting their language back to them in a role modelling correct tense’. f) Demonstrating Demonstrating was a practical way of illustrating something in order to make it really clear to children. Demonstrating was usually used to show children how to tackle a task, how to use an item of equipment (or how not to use it), how to make a construction of some kind or how to record something. Demonstrating in different lesson contexts ENGLISH – HANDWRITING Teachers used demonstration when teaching handwriting.
The children nodded to each other, recognising this for themselves. Chan nodded with resignation. The teacher re-read Chan’s story aloud, stressing the wonderful ‘vibrant’ verbs he had used while at the same time showing him where ‘ed’ should have come. At the end of the story, a voice from the class remarked, ‘the moral of the fable is not clear’. The teacher agreed and showed Chan that she had made the same written comment on his work – ‘Chan you really need to state that clearly. You just simply say ‘And the moral of this story is .
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