Everyone has someone in their life that they will remember for the rest of their life. A memorable person can be someone you look up to or someone that has had an influence in your life. That person could be a family member, a friend, a firefighter, cop or anyone that has influenced your life at all. My grandpa is a memorable person to me because he was a war hero, always there for me, and a hard worker. One reason Grandpa was a memorable person to me is because he was a war hero. For example, he fought in World War II and the Vietnam War when he was younger.
Growing up he would tell me stories of his time in war and how times were really tough. Grandpa would not elaborate on too much of it because I think it hurt him to remember all the bad times and how harsh battle actually was. He will always be my hero because I know he served our country so that I could be free and everyone else can be free. Grandpa is and always will be a memorable person to me because, he was always there for me. To illustrate, the times I remember most with him was when I was little he would take me out to this little pond and we would go fishing.
He would put the worm on the hook for me because I was scared of the worms at that time. He and I would sit out there for hours fishing and just talking about how our day and week was going. I loved getting to sit out there with him and talk, fish, and listen to the water as it splashed against the bank. I could sit out there forever if I could just so I could spend more time with him. Grandpa always will be a memorable person to me because he was a very hard worker.
For instance, grandpa was a hard worker all the way up to the day that he passed away and would still be one if he was here today. He worked so he could support his family and make sure everyone had what they needed and wanted in life. Also, he worked because he enjoyed what he did, even if it was just something little he was doing like; gardening, cooking, or cleaning up the yard. My Grandpa is my memorable person in my life. He taught me to support our troops, always be there for the ones you love, and to work hard for what you have.
Even though he isn’t around today he is someone I look up to and always will. I know even though he isn’t here he is still looking down on me so he will be my hero till the day I die no matter who comes and goes from my life. 1. Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and code of practice relating to own role and responsibilities 2. Explain own responsibilities for promoting equality and valuing diversity 3. Explain own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning 4. Explain own role and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners.
5. Explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional bodies 6. Describe points of referral to meet the needs of learners 7. Summarise own responsibilities in relation to other professionals 8. Explain own responsibilities in maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment 9. Explain ways to promote appropriate behaviour and respect others Understanding Inclusive Learning & Teaching in Lifelong Learning Candidates should understand learning and teaching strategies and approaches in lifelong learning and how to use them to meet the needs of students:
1. Summarise learning and teaching strategies used in own specialism 2. Explain how approaches to learning and teaching in own specialism meet the needs of learners 3. Describe aspects of inclusive learning 4. Explain how to select inclusive learning and teaching techniques 5. Explain how to select resources to meet that needs of learners 6. Explain how to create assessment opportunities to meet needs of learners 7. Explain how to provide opportunities for learners to practice their literacy, language, numeracy and ICT skills
8. Explain ways to engage and motivate learners in an inclusive learning environment 9. Summarise ways to establish ground rules with learners to promote respect for others 10. Explain ways to give constructive feedback that motivates learners Principles of Assessment in the lifelong Learning Candidates should understand the types and methods of assessment used in lifelong learning, ways to involve students in the assessment process and the requirement to keep assessment records: 1.
Explain the types of assessment used in lifelong learning 2. Explain the use of methods of assessment in lifelong learning 3. Compare the strengths and limitations of assessment methods to meet individual learner needs 4. Explain ways to involve the learner in the assessment process 5. Explain the role of peer and self-assessment in the assessment process 6. Explain the need for keeping records of assessment of learning 7. Summarise the requirements for keeping records of assessment in an organisation