Question 1; explain what is meant by the term national curriculum
Question 2, Discuss 5 key factors that influence learning
Question 3, Comment on the role of the teaching assistant whilst supporting the planning and evaluation of learning activities
Question 4, what feedback might a teaching assistant be expected to provide and in what form and to who might they be required to deliver it?
Question 5; explain how a teaching assistant might recognise problems that might arise whilst supporting individuals and how this can be managed?
Question 6, how would teaching assistant assist pupils to follow instructions and keep …show more content…
You could involve the children by getting them to write on the board or hand out homework or any extra work books that they may need for the lesson. The teacher must also not tolerate bad behaviour and deal with disruptive or loud children appropriately so that it doesn’t affect the rest of the class. The teacher needs to be aware that some children need extra help than other children but they must observe the class at all times to help those children and others if needed. How the teacher interacts with the children in the class room and out of the class room is important and every effort must be made to make the children see that. Body language and appropriate language play a big part in how many the children will listen and concentrate and as the teacher you must make things interesting and keep their focus on the subject. It’s the teacher’s job to teach and to do so greatly, these are some of the things they need to do.
5. Discipline Strategies
How the school and teachers apply these strategies will depend on what outcome they receive from it. Every school has policies and they need to follow them and the children has school rules and class room rules put up in a certain place and are reminded of these rules daily. Having these rules in place and if