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Learning Management

Teaching Strategies

Work bacground
Harrow International School Bangkok Early Years Centre

uses the EYFS Early Years Foundation Stage EYFS embraces four principles 1. A unique child 2. Positive Relationships 3. Enabling Environments 4. Learning and Development - 6 areas of Learning

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

PSED Personal, Social and Emotional Development CLL Communication, Language and Literacy PSRN Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy KUW Knowledge and Understanding of the World PD Physical Development CD Creative Development

Classroom Set Up
The class has 16 to 18 pupils with 3 key person

in the classroom- the class teacher, the language support teacher and the teacher assistant Age group is 3 to 5 years old EAL children pupils with English as another Language; pupils with the first language like Thai, Korean, Japanese, or German

Language Support Teaching


Children who have the weakest ability in

acquiring English Language in the area of Speaking and Listening will be sent to the Language Support to help these children access the EYFS curriculum The Language Support Teacher pull out 3 to 4 pupils for intensive learning

The Schema Theory by Rumelhart 1980


The Schema Theory is about HOW

KNOWLEDGE IS REPRESENTED AND ABOUT HOW THAT REPRESENTATION FACILITATES THE USE OF THE KNOWLEDGE IN PARTICULAR WAYS
Schemata: The building blocks of knowledge; A

unit for knowledge used in schema theories- a package of all knowledge

What are Schemas?


Schemas: A pattern of behaviour. Children can

and generally do have several schemas that they are interested in at any one time but commonly have one dominant schema that will remain with them into adulthood. Schemas begin from birth. Initially schemas are very simple but they develop rapidly if they are supported; Research has shown that brain paths develop faster when supported; schemas are a way supporting children extending their learning.

What are Schemas?


Schemas were first identified by Piaget a

childhood theorist; his work has been further developed by the work of Chris Athey during the 1970. Additional research has now been undertaken about how children learn and how their brain develop, because schemas follow interests they can develop high levels of concentration and learning

Schema Theory
Schemas allow us to observe children in a

different way; it allows the teacher or the practitioner to capture the whole child as learner rather than a nuisance.

Examples of Schema
Up and down

Transporting
Enclosure Dynamical Vertical Grid Dynamic Horizontal Core and Radial Dab Positioning

Teaching Strategies for EAL Children ages 3 to 5


Subject: Communication , Language and Literacy

Class room set up is small group from 3 to 4

children 10 minute lesson in teaching Vocabulary using the schema of positioning ; Vocabulary about Pirates

Visual Audio and Kinaesthetic 5 minutes lesson plan


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Right Brain Approach to Learning by Barbara Meister ViTale

Lateral Dominance
Left Brain Dominance Right Brain Dominance