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Catering diverse learners through multigrade teaching

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Catering diverse learners through multigrade teaching

  1. 1. REPORTED BY: JENALYN A. BARRAMEDA BEED 4B
  2. 2. I. Basic information about the multi-grade classroom in several (two or three) Grade levels with one teacher for an entire school year. II. Where did the idea of MG schools come from? multi- grade school where actually the first kind of school in north America. III. Rationale in organizing multi- grade classes in both public and private schools when most of the classrooms are single- grade classes.
  3. 3. 1. Modified curriculum and instruction 2. Teacher’s role 3. Classroom physical arrangement 4. Classroom management and discipline 5. Planning a lesson and evaluation 6. Community participation
  4. 4. MODIFIED CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION A. Subject staggering option subjects requiring more teacher pupil interaction are grouped With those requiring less. Example: Grade one: sining seatwork individual art activity Grade two: english with pupil leader answering self- learning kit Grade three: english with teacher teacher develops days lesson through activities
  5. 5. B. Subject integration option subjects are integrated through a theme. Example: GRADE ONE ARALING PANLIPUNAN NAKIKILALA ANG MAGAGANDANG TANAWIN SA POOK – PASYALAN NG SARILING POOK/BANSA Art: nakabubuo ng disenyo na binubuo ng iba’t ibang hugis sa pamamagitan Finger painting. Music: nakaaawit ng may tamang tono tungkol sa magandang tanawin/kapaligiran. Physical Education: naisasagagawa ng iba’t ibang bahagi ng katawan ang iba’t ibang bahagi ng katawan. Edukasyon sa Pagpapahalaga: napapanatiling malinis ang paligid.
  6. 6. C. Common time table a subject is presented in all grades by the teacher in a given schedule With each grade having prescribed work program by age- level or ability. Example: TIME GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3 7:00-7:30 GMRC GMRC 7:30-8:30 Mother Tongue Mother Tongue Art 8:30-9:10 Art Art 9:10-9:30 RECESS Math 9:30-10:30 Math Math
  7. 7. D. Integrated Day Option ● No fixed timetable ● Pupils are free to choose what subject to study and when ● Children are allowed to choose an activity based from the week’s theme. E. Subject Grouping Option subjects using filipino as medium of insruction are taught Monday, Wednesday, And Friday while subjects using English are taught Tuesday and Thursday. Example: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Tuesday, Thursday Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao Araling Panlipunan Araling Panlipunan Mother Tongue Mother Tongue Filipino Filipino
  8. 8. TEACHERS ROLE ●Facilitator ●Manager ●Observer ●Instructor ●Planner ●Evaluator
  9. 9. PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE CLASSROOM ELEMENTS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO SUCCESSFUL MG CLASSROOM ●Learning Centers ●Learning Materials ●Furniture and Equipment CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND DISCIPLINE •Classroom management and discipline are two very closely related issues. •Classroom management •Organizing physical environment
  10. 10. DISCIPLINE IN THE CLASSROOM Discipline involves doing what is expected of you at a specific Time wether there is someone watching over you or not. PLANNING A LESSON AND EVALUATION One of the most important tasks for the MG classroom teachers Is lesson preparation. EVALUATION OF STUDENTS LEARNING ●Informal evaluation are built in or part of the learning activities, like formative Test which is given after every lesson development. ●Formal evaluation this is an evaluation which is more objective and not affected By bias or subjectivity.
  11. 11. THINGS TO CONSIDER WHILE PREPARING A TEST ● Lesson Objectives ● Nature of Learners ● type of test to prepare ●Number of items ●level of difficulty ●key to correction COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ●Parent involvement in the multi- grade classroom ●Group meeting ●Individual parent- teacher conference ●Parent as classroom volunteers ●community participation ●Community life and school activities
  12. 12. EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS The following list reflects some of the diversities found among students which need to be appreciated by the teachers. 1. Age 2. ability 3. developmental level 4. background 5. experience 6. motivation 7. interest

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