3 How will you encourage all learners regardless of religious ethnic or racial

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3. How will you encourage all learners, regardless of religious, ethnic or racial background, to interact and participate? I would never try to force them if they can’t do an activity or work, if they can’t do a task I’ve given them, I should be the one to adjust to help them learn. Consideration is essential, as a teacher I have to be very patient and meticulous about my approaches to learners. Every learner learns through different strategies. They are unique; there is no class that learns the same exact way with each other. Some learn better by doing, some by listening, some by playing, etc. 32
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THE LEARNER’S DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT FS 1 FIELD STUDY 1 EPISODE 5 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND LEARNER’S INTERACTION (focusing on different levels of abilities) Name of FS Student: Giovan R. Sevillla Course: BEED – 1 Resource Teacher: Mrs. Porte Cooperating School: Pagbilao East Elementary School Your Target At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in determining, understanding and accepting the learners’ diverse backgrounds; and in relating the learners’ background to their performance in the classroom. Your Map To reach your target, do the following tasks: 33 1. Observe two or more learners of different abilities but from the same grade or year level. 2. Find out some information about their background. 3. Observe them as they participate in a classroom activity. 4. Write a narrative report and a brief reflection on your experience.
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Your Tools Use the activity form provided for you to document your observations. 34 An Observation Guide for Individual Differences Read the following carefully before you begin to observe. Then write your observation report on the space provided. 1. Observe the class to see the differences in abilities of the learners. 2. Try to identify the students who seem to be performing well and those that seem to be behind. 3. Validate your observations by asking the teacher about the background (family, socio-economic, presence of some learning disability, etc.) of these children. 4. Observe the behavior of both the high achieving and low-achieving learners. Note their dispositions, pace in accomplishing tasks, interaction with teacher, and interaction with others. 5. Observe the teacher’s method in addressing the individual learning needs of the students in his/ her class.
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OBSERVATION REPORT Name of the School Observed: Pagbilao East Elementary School School Address: Brgy. Del Carmen Pagbilao Quezon Date of Visit: July 30, 2012 I noticed most learners learn quickly with the help of visual aids, they love pictures and they have good imagination. They prefer to learn that way than other teaching approaches. Although, some of them learn better by hearing and others through kinesthetic which is rare in the class. The learners that performs well in class is grouped in row 3 or the left side of the class, the average is in the middle and those with a slower rate of learning is on the right side which I notice is near the teacher. I asked Mrs. Porte about learners which might have a learning disability. According to her, some students have very short attention span and can’t
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  • Everdina Giltendez
  • Alex Drake, Pagbilao East Elementary School

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