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Basic features of a teacher's guide: based on accompanying textbook skills, knowledge, strategies for teacher grouped according to chapter and sequenced to correspond with text.
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Teaching and Learning Resource 31 help teachers teach text and extend activities does this by keeping contextual realities in view various teaching strategies and rationale for suggested teaching various assessment strategies up-to-date, relevant teaching learning resources additional information sources extended activities and how to conduct them introduction to guide explaining how to use it materials that teachers can photocopy, use themselves or for students easy to understand and use expand and develop teacher’s repertoire of knowledge and skills. How to write Planning (for each chapter) Identify teaching strategies appropriate to context of teaching and learning, according to textbook, and rationale for each strategy. Identify which teaching strategies suitable for teaching knowledge, skills, dispositions in each chapter. Identify what extended activities students could do with teacher’s help to develop target knowledge, skills and dispositions. Identify resources needed for teaching strategies and extension activities. Identify sources of information teachers can use to develop their knowledge (content and pedagogical) and skills (pedagogical). Identify gaps in resources or strategies that will need to be developed or explained Identify assessment strategies Guideline for Writing a Workbook Workbooks are books that contain writing activities and exercises that are related to each chapter in the textbook. Workbook exercises help to develop students conceptual understanding of the concepts dealt with in the text, to develop skills and to apply knowledge to new situations. Basic features of a workbook: many exercises and activities for each chapter, topic, subtopic exercise and activities effectively help develop, practise and assess students' content knowledge, skills and higher order thinking accurate exercises (mistake free)
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National Curriculum for Pakistan Culture 2010 — Teaching and Learning Resource 32 correspond to text – exercises and activities for same topic, chapter grouped together; presuppose knowledge and skills developed in text only different from exercises, activities in text and guide non- repetitive in style , structure ― engage students easy for students to understand and follow – clear instructions illustrations/examples/explanations Other Educational Resources Educational Tours (visits) What to do Plan the tour; Identify and contact appropriate authorities (seek parents’, principal’s written permission at school and management at place of visit) Develop programme for the visit; Develop a task sheet; Brief learners; Visit place Exchange views; and Evaluate and report Resources Transport; Places to be visited; and Contact person at place to be visited.
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