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1. Teacher

1.1. teacher led

1.1.1. easer to control class

1.1.2. respect teacher's role.

1.1.3. -get main idea easily.

1.1.4. time saving.

1.2. Constructed teacher as facilitator helper

1.2.1. Can control even though providing freedom Teacher can learn in many way that come most naturally of them Children will be active develop practical thinking Good transferring skill – problem solving Social skill – cooperative, motor skill More motivated

2. class room management

2.1. (1) Making wise choices about the most effective instructional strategies to employ.

2.1.1. skilled in the use of cooperative • Social skills •Develop caring, supportive relationships •Use group management methods

2.1.2. Learning and graphic organizers • Strategies should be used with specific students and specific content. •Teachers’ concerns over their own safety directly relate to the use of effective classroom management programs •Respect individual differences.

2.2. (2) Designing classroom curriculum to facilitate student learning

2.2.1. •This means that effective teachers are skilled at identifying and articulating the proper sequence and pacing of their content.

2.2.2. • Organize and implement instruction in ways that optimize students’ access to learning;

2.2.3. • Keep student attention

2.2.4. • Create a safe learning environment

2.3. (3) Making effective use of classroom management techniques

2.3.1. • Set your simple rules from first day

2.3.2. • Avoid humiliating students

2.3.3. • Be a teacher not friend- balance

2.3.4. • Make connection with parent

3. The learner

3.1. The learner and the teacher:

3.1.1. - Model for the students - Positive energy - Lesson plan - Motivation - Decision making - Problem solving - Responsibility - Flexible

3.2. Teacher decisions

3.2.1. - Decide how to teach students according to their levels - Lesson plan - Group work, cooprative - Relationship between teacher and students, teachers with parents - Activities

3.3. Inquiry teaching

3.4. Baises of inquiry teaching

3.4.1. - Theoretical baises of inquiry method - Basic inquiry prossesses

3.5. inquiry involves learners

3.5.1. - taking real-world questions, issues and controversies - developing questioning, research and communication skills - solving problems or creating solutions

3.5.2. - collaborating within and beyond the classroom - developing deep understanding of content knowledge

4. learning perspective

4.1. Behaviorism development

4.1.1. 1-giving students the option of choosing

4.1.2. 2- developing relationships with students

4.1.3. 3- countdown' from 5 or 10 to allow students the time to finish their conversations

4.1.4. 4- say "Thank you" before any request like "Thank you for dropping your gum"

4.2. Cognitive development

4.2.1. 1 sharing ideas, beliefs and thought with others.

4.2.2. 2 Inquiry Teaching such us searching, asking and questions

4.2.3. 3 create visual or graphic organizers .

5. lesson plan

5.1. • A successful lesson plan addresses and integrates these three key components:

5.1.1. 1) Objectives for student learning

5.1.2. 2) Teaching/learning activities

5.1.3. 3) Strategies to check student understanding

5.2. • Specifying concrete objectives for student learning:

5.2.1. 1) Help the teacher to determine the kinds of teaching and learning activities that will use in class.

5.2.2. 2) While those activities will define how the teacher will check whether the learning objectives have been accomplished or not.

5.3. • Steps for Preparing a Lesson Plan

5.3.1. 1) Outline learning objective

5.3.2. 2) Develop the Introduction

5.3.3. 3) Learning activities (the main body of the lesson):

5.3.4. 4) Plan to check for understanding

5.3.5. 5) Develop a conclusion and a preview

5.3.6. 6) Assessment 1)Formative 2) summative

6. students learning style

6.1. visual learner

6.2. auditory learner

6.2.1. Schedule

6.2.2. Budget

6.3. kinesthetic learner