slide1 l.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 52

Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 266 Views
  • Uploaded on

Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning Wo Che Lutheran School Why Way forward What How well Holistic Planning How Why Way forward What How well Holistic Planning How improve the quality of teaching and learning Objectives

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide1

Making use of smaller class size to facilitate better teaching and learning

Wo Che Lutheran School

slide2

Why

Way

forward

What

How

well

Holistic

Planning

How

Why

Way

forward

What

How

well

Holistic

Planning

How

slide3

improve the

quality of teaching and learning

Objectives

Schools should make use of the

provided to create

additional resources

more time and space

to

through a reduction of class size.

LegCo Panel on Education

slide4

Do we have specific SCT strategies? What are they?

Will SCT create more administrative work?

worries and concerns

The public expects better teaching with smaller class sizes.

But how?

Do we need to adjust our curriculum for SCT? In what way?

slide5

Creation of Space

  • reduction of class size
  • provision of additional manpower
  • free periods
  • decrease in marking workload
  • more space in the classroom
slide6

3-year SCT pilot study

School’s background

slide7

P5 level grouping

5HA

5HB

20

18

5H

5F

5L

38

38

24

slide8

more classroom space

smaller class size

slide9

Curriculum

Managing resources

Professional capacity building

Teaching and learning

Holistic Planning

slide10

Financial

Human

Outside

support

Time

Physical

Managing resources

slide11

Human

one additional teacher

  • financial management
  • co-ordination and liaison
  • utilization of resources

SCT committee

vice-principal

PSMCD

panel head

vice-panel head

teacher(s)

one additional teaching assistant

  • arrangement on cross class grouping
  • data analysis
  • self-evaluation and reflection mechanism
  • teachers’ professional development
slide12

CEG,..

SCT

decrease in marking workload

Financial

Time

slide13

Outside

support

Extra-curricular activities

Physical

slide14

Vertical

Horizontal

Improving the existing curriculum

slide15

TSA analysis

Vertical Planning

making a balanced curriculum

slide16

using textbooks flexibly

1st term

Be a good citizen

structuring the lessons systematically

2nd term

Helping the police

catering for

learnerdiversity

Horizontal planning

slide17

Structuring the lessons systematically

learning and teaching objectives

assessment methods

skills and strategies

tasks and activities

language arts andtext types

language forms and functions

slide18

Using language arts and a variety of text types

films

songs

news

headlines

role-play scripts

slide19

Varying the reading input

less able group

more able & average ability group

differentiation of vocabulary used

slide20

Varying the reading input

more able & average ability group

varying the length of the text

less able group

slide21

Varying the reading input

less able group

more able & average ability group

varying the difficulty

slide22

Differentiating the tasks to cater for students’ multiple intelligences

visual

linguistic

interpersonal

musical

slide23

Varying the learning output

more able & average ability group

less able group

What kind of voluntary services are you interested in?

Setting different levels of questions

direct-lifting questions

higher-order thinking questions

Varying the support and guidance given

slide24

more able & averageability group

Varying the formative assessment

in terms of level of difficulty and number of questions

higher-order thinking questions

less able group

slide26

Problems encountered by students

lack of speaking skills

weak vocabulary

slide27

Increasing the depth and breadth of vocabulary teaching

identifying the vocabulary building skills to be taught

identifying core and additional vocabulary to be taught

using vocabulary activities to apply the vocabulary learnt

increasing students’ exposure to the vocabulary

infusing vocabulary teaching into daily lessons

slide33

photos

news

posters

slide34

Brainstorming - Crimes

Types

Action

People

Tools

Places

Using different activities to allow students’ to apply the vocabulary learnt

slide36

Maximizing the use of physical space

building a language-rich environment

slide37

Using co-operative activities to develop students’ speaking skills

presenting a police report

reporting a crime

acting out a TV interview

role-playing a bank robbery

slide38

allow students to generate ideas and express their opinions freely through activities

Using co-operative activities to develop students’ speaking skills

presenting a police report

slide39

Using co-operative activities to develop students’ speaking skills

reporting a crime

provide more guidance and support to students

slide40

increase interaction among students

Using co-operative activities to develop students’ speaking skills

acting out a

TV interview

slide41

use peer assessment to reflect

on student learning

stretch the more able

learners

provide constructive feedback

Using co-operative activities to develop students’ speaking skills

role-playing a bank robbery

slide42

sharing of other schools’ experiences

internal panel meeting sharing

Professional capacity building

lesson observation

co-planning with teachers

slide44

5HA

Reading skills

slide45

5HB

Reading skills

slide46

Speaking

skills

5HA

slide47

5HB

Speaking

skills

slide48

Impact on teachers

allowing more wait time to students

paying more attention to individual student’s needs

establishing a closer relationship with students

providing more student to student interaction

building up a print-rich environment

slide49

Way Forward

equip P5 teachers as core leaders to lead teachers of other levels

P5 SCT

slide51

strategic and systematic planning

collaborative efforts of different parties

transferring individual learning to the whole English panel

S

C

T