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Implementing A curriculum daily

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Dessa Marie Booc

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Transcript of Implementing A curriculum daily

Implementing A curriculum daily
in the classrooms

* Starting the Class Right: Laying Down the Curriculum Plan
The main parts of a lesson plan are (1) Objectives or Intended learning outcomes (ILO), (2) Subject Matter (SM), (3) Procedure or Strategies of Teaching, (4) Assessment of learning outcomes (ALO) and (5) Assignment or Agreement
i. Intended learning outcomes (ILO) - THESE ARE THE DESIRED LEARNING THAT WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE LESSON.

cognitive categories with the example key words (verb)
Categories

Remembering
-recall or retrieve
previous learned information

Understanding
-comprehend
meaning, translation, state problem in own words, making
meaning

Applying
-use of concept in new
situatio, applies what has been
learned in new situation

Analyzing
-separates materials
or concepts into component
parts so that the organization
is clear.

Evaluating
- make judgements
about the value of ideas or
materials

Creating
- builds a structure or
pattern from various elements.
Put parts together to create a whole, to make new meaning and structure

Example Key Words

Defines, describes, identifies, labels, lists, outlines, selects, states

Comprehends, explains, distinguishes, estimates, gives examples, interprets, predicts, rewrites, summarizes


Applies, changes, computes, operates, constructs, modifies, uses, manipulates,
prepares, shows, solves

Breaks down, compares, contrasts, diagrams, differentiates, discriminates,
identifies, infers, outlines, relates, selects, separates

Appraises, compares, criticizes, defends,
describes, discriminates,evaluates, interprets, justifies, summarizes

Composes, compiles, designs, generates
modifies,re organizes, rearranges, reorganizes, revises, rewrites, summarizes, creates
levels of knowledge
1. FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE - IDEAS, SPECIFIC DATA OR INFOMATION
2. cONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE - WORDS OR IDEAS KNOWN BY COMMON NAME, COMMON FEATURES,MULTIPLE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES WHICH MAY EITHER BE CONCRETE OR ABSTRACT.
3. PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE - HOW THINGS WORK, STEP BY STEP ACTIONS, METHODS OF INQUIRY.
4. METACOGNITIVE KNOWLEDGE - KNOWLEDGE OF ONE'S OWN COGNITION., THINKING ABOUT THINKING.
Intended learning outcome (ILO) should be written in a SMART way.

S - SPECIFIC
M- MEASURABLE
A - ATTAINABLE
R - RESULT ORIENTED ( OUTCOMES)
T - TIME BOUND
II. subject matter or content (sm) - comes from a body of knowledge (facts, concept, procedure and metacognition) that will be learned through the guidance of the teacher.
iii. procedure or methods and strategies - this is the crux of curriculum implementation.
* WAYS OF TEACHING FOR THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF LEARNERS
1. direct demonstration methods
2. cooperative learning approaches
3. deductive or inductive approaches
4. other approaches
* students have different
learning styles
Common Characteristics

Visual
- Tends to remember things that are written in form

Auditory
- Recalls information through hearing and speaking

Kinesthetic
- Prepares hands-on approach.
Tips for Teachers about Learners

Turn notes into pictures, diagrams,
maps.


Record leactures and listen to these.
Read aloud.


Learn something while doing thing.
* teaching and learning must be supported by instructional materials (ims)
* using methods and materials to implement the plan: taking action
* finding out what has been achieved: assessing achieved outcomes
At the end of the activity, the teacher will find out
if the intended learning outcomes (ILO) have been converted into achieved learning outcomes (ALO)
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