Pre active, enactive and post active learning. Taken from Richards C Primary Teaching :A personal perspective in Ed.Arthur J and Cremin T(2010) Learning to Teach in the Primary School. Or planning, teaching, evaluation and assessment. What is it?. ENACTIVE. Preactive Learning.
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Taken from RichardsC Primary Teaching :A personal perspective in
Ed.Arthur J and Cremin T(2010) Learning to Teach in the Primary School.
Or planning, teaching, evaluation and assessment
Post Active leading to
Teaching and Learning
Learning objectives are aimed at the three domains of learning: knowledge, skills and understanding.
detail of the planned activity, including points to be covered by the teacher when introducing tasks and supporting children's learning during and after each lesson
You are gaining a picture of the whole child, but need to concentrate on issues in her/ his development
P – physical development (large and small motor skills)
I – intellectual development (across a range of curriculum areas)
L – Language development (in different contexts, not just the literacy hour) E – emotional and behavioural development (how this is impacting on her/ his learning)
S – social development (with relation to children and adults; consider age, gender, ethnicity, language issues – ability to share, work alone, collaborate)
This child needs…..