Personal Teaching Philosophy

Theoretical Underpinnings of my Teaching Philosophy My teaching philosophy draws upon the theories of constructivism, particularly social constructivism, which was developed by Lev Vygotsky. With regard to the constructivism learning theory, the role of the learner is mainly to assimilate information presented by the teacher. In this regard, the learner is perceived as an active […]

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The Role of a Teaching Assistant

Provision of confidence and constructive support play a significant role in ensuring that students improve their writing skills. Thus, various ways abound, which a teaching assistant, can employ for instilling confidence in a student while the same time advancing constructive criticism. These include the formation of an effective plan, which focuses on what an individual […]

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Professionalization of Teaching in Nz

Professionalisms of Teaching This essay will identify issues relating to the professionalisms of teaching that have arisen as a result of the changing historical context of New Zealand education. It will show the advancement of teaching with a focus on teacher education, from an occupation with little skill, limited pedagogical training, low status but high […]

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Teaching Method Suggessted by Zarghoona Kakar

Idealistic Teaching Method Theory: Idealism Idealism is a philosophical theory; it has been taken from a Greek Philosopher Plato. Plato was an Idealist. He was the earliest most important Greek Philosopher and educational thinker. Plato thinks education as a key for a society and he stress on education. He wants to identify the skills of […]

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Why is the teaching of pronunciation important

In this essay I will discuss why the teaching of pronunciation is considered to be important by some and not so much by others. I will then seek to identify and discuss the difficulties that English speakers of the French nationality will have with their pronunciation of English. Next I will move on to tackling […]

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Teaching Styles

Teaching style is determined by the way a learning experience is conducted. The style is built from the behaviour and actions the teacher takes. The strategy chosen by the teacher can ensure that the appropriate method is used for effective learning to take place. The teacher’s behaviour can dictate the pupils and their relationships with […]

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The course is designed to acquaint students with the developments, which led to and are furthering the cause of technology in Banks. Apart from tracing the evolution of Banking Technology, this course will describe today’s as well as tomorrow’s banking technologies. Ultimately, it will enable the student to envision the current and future requirements and […]

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The Role of The English Subject Leader

‘The roles and responsibilities of the English co-ordinator are many and varied.’ (Merchant and Marsh 1998:9) I feel that this quote sums up the importance of the role of the subject leader (SL) in one simple sentence. The SL’s role requires the person to be dedicated, motivated and organised. English is a core subject in […]

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Teaching Games for Understanding

The Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) Model is all about the delivery of teaching via a specific game-centred approach method which focuses on developing the learner’s ability to problem solve and decision make whilst in game situations, at the same time promoting tactical awareness. The TGfU Model was first constructed by Bunker and Thorpe in […]

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Learning from effective teaching

During my teaching practice I have observed many successful lessons. It was very useful for me as a trainee teacher to see methods of effective teaching in practice and try to use them in my own teaching. The first lesson I have observed at my first school. This physics lesson was taught to the top […]

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