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Describe a Millennial learner in one sentence Millennial learner: it is the first ubiquitous cohort of learners raised on, and confirmed as, experts in the latest, fastest, coolest, greatest, newest electronic technologies on the planet. (1)
Mention and discuss two methods of engaging learners who are Millennial Generations
Connect with content (1) and its discussion (1)
Connect learners with each other (1) and its discussion
(1 mark for mentioning a method of engaging learners and 1 mark for discussion = 2 (2×2=4)
Mention six ways in which educators can deal with anger in a constructive way.
Becoming aware of, and acknowledging their anger
Choosing to pause and select a constructive way of dealing with their anger
Determining whether their anger is appropriate or inappropriate
Accepting that they alone can manage their thinking, emotions a nd behaviour
Consulting their list of calming thoughts
Handling the situation in a more appropriate way. (1 marked each (1×6=6)
Mention any four classroom management approaches and their descriptions.
Assertive approach: The educator knows the way and the learners needs guidance.
Business academic approach: If the learners are fully engaged in meaningful learning activities, they are less likely to fall into disruptive behaviour.
Behavioural modification approach: Good behaviour is rewarded, and bad behaviour punished in an attempt to modify learners behaviour according to acceptable standard.
Group managerial approach: By fostering a sense of allegiance to the group among learners, educators can lessen the likelihood of disruptive behaviour.
Group guidance approach: Unacceptable behaviour of individual learners is seen as manifestations of a malfunctioning group, a problem that is solved by counselling the whole group.
Acceptance approach: This a pproach is based on the belief that a leaner’s misbehaviour is often cry for acceptance.
Success approach: Success is one of the basic needs of a human being and plays a big role in developing a positive self -concept. The educator should therefore through successful classroom management optimise the opportunities for each learner to experience success.
(1 mark for classroom management approach and 1 mark for the description = 2 (2×4=8)
Model 1: Protective model: The goal of this model is to reduce tension between parents and educators, primarily by separating their functions, there -by protecting the school from parental interference. The model assumes that parents delegate the education of their children to the school and that the school is then accountable. There is little parental involvement and no structure exists for preventative problem-solving.
Model 2: school to -home transition. In this model the school enlist the parents in supporting the objective of the school. Although parents are not equal partners, they are supposed to endorse the school’s expectations.
Model 3: In the curriculum enrichment” model the goal is to extend the school’s curriculum by incorporating the contributions of the children’s families. The assumption is that educators and parents should work together to enrich curriculum objectives and content. Relationships are based on trust and respect.
Model 4: The goal of the parent-educator partnership model is for parents and educators to work together to accomplish success for all the learners. The assumption is that a common mission requires collaboration between parents and educators. This is a true partnership based on authority shared among colleagues (so-called collegiality)
Automatic, Democratic or Participative and Laissez-faire leadership style.
Autocratic leadership style:
Participative leadership style:
The laissez-faire leadership style:
(2 marks per leadership style x3=6)
1.5.2 Briefly explain, how would you implement each leadership style in your classroom situation as the classroom manager.
Any example for implementation of each leadership style, that would assist a classroom manager.
(2 marks per example x3=6)
The establishment phase:
The consolidation phase:
The cohesive phase:
Briefly explain the task of a register teacher
A primary task of all educators is responsibility for a register class. To improve classroom management by changing or adjusting the register class activities. How do these activities have an impact on other teaching responsibilities.
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