PRS303B ALL EXAM PAPERS PUT TOGETHER
What is the overall learning outcomes of teaching a second language (6) may
2013, oct 2010(6) Pg7
It is to develop the young childs ability to
Listen and understand the language when spoken at a normal te
Tutorial letter 101/3/2016
Reading, writing and spelling
Semesters 1 & 2
Department of Early Childhood Education
This tutorial letter contains important information
about your module.
Tutorial Letter 102/3/2013
Reading, writing and spelling in the First
Semester 1 and 2
Department Early Childhood Education
This tutorial letter contains important information about
Teaching techniques and resources
When a teacher plans activities, he or she has to organise and manage:
Teachers should keep the following in mind when they plan and organise
Literacy also includes reading and writing information.
Information literacy, therefore, communicates more than words; this is because many
information texts also include important visual elements (e.g. diagrams, graphs, maps
Here I am covering study unit 4. I know it is a long chapter with a lot of information so I
hope this summary helps.
STUDY UNIT 4 - TEACHING READING
The following are essential features in teaching reading:
powerful teaching approaches
STUDY UNIT 5 - WRITING
1. Helping beginner writers
Tips for helping beginner writers:
Drawing, painting, crayoning, cutting and pasting all encourage hand/eye coordination and
stamina and therefore develops writing skills. (Let the learners in your class
STUDY UNIT 3 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING
Listening and speaking are central to learning and are important to the individual in all
areas of life.
The first stage in learning is the ability to listen. Listening, therefore, is a skill that needs to
The acquisition of language
The young learner's introduction to reading and writing must be an enjoyable and
Every young learner has the potential to learn to read, and each learner's ability to read
and write can be developed.