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 There are many different ways that
teachers in multigrade classes deliver
instruction to students.
COMMON METHODS INCLUD...
 A multigrade classroom is a more
complex environment so that
instructional delivery and classroom
management strategies ...
At the end of the lesson 1. You should be
able to:
 Identify strategies commonly used in a
multigrade class.
 Discuss ho...
 An old typical classroom scenario shows
the children sitting in a classroom by
two’s on the desks arranged in rows.
 Th...
 A recitation is a practice where one
student recites a lesson to the teacher
 Discussion, like recitation involve using
questions, but it is different in it’s purpose
and in the types of questions t...
 Other effective instructional strategies in a multi grade
classroom that should be used in combination with the
methods ...
 The teacher records observations and
refers to them in the process of lesson
preparation and grouping students.
 The te...
 During implementation of activities the
teacher clarifies expectations and
monitors learning, again keeping tract
indivi...
 Independent study as an Instructional
approach is closely related to
individualized instruction. It involves several
fea...
 Students have access to the teacher as
needed but it is clear that they should try
to work on their own, helping each ot...
Methods Most Commonly used in Multigrade Teaching
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Methods Most Commonly used in Multigrade Teaching

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Methods Most Commonly used in Multigrade Teaching

  1. 1.  There are many different ways that teachers in multigrade classes deliver instruction to students. COMMON METHODS INCLUDE: 1. lecture-recitation 2. Small group work 3.Independent Study 4.Paired and Peer tutoring 5.Direct Instruction
  2. 2.  A multigrade classroom is a more complex environment so that instructional delivery and classroom management strategies must be compatible and complementary.
  3. 3. At the end of the lesson 1. You should be able to:  Identify strategies commonly used in a multigrade class.  Discuss how the different strategies achieve the different instructional purposes.  Explain how the different methods of delivering instruction work affect students learning.
  4. 4.  An old typical classroom scenario shows the children sitting in a classroom by two’s on the desks arranged in rows.  This method of Instruction is the old way of teaching the lecture-recitation- seatwork-testing.
  5. 5.  A recitation is a practice where one student recites a lesson to the teacher
  6. 6.  Discussion, like recitation involve using questions, but it is different in it’s purpose and in the types of questions that are used.
  7. 7.  Other effective instructional strategies in a multi grade classroom that should be used in combination with the methods discussed earlier (direct Instruction/basic practice model, discussion, recitation) are Independent study and Individualized instruction.  INDIVIDUALIZING INSTRUCTION INVOLVES IMPORTANT ELEMENTS:  The teacher determines individual needs of students through a variety of diagnostic devices and strategies e.g observing students behavior in different situation; analyzing students responses during discussions or recitation, seatwork or assigned homework, interacting with student while engaged in an activity patterns of student performance on tests.
  8. 8.  The teacher records observations and refers to them in the process of lesson preparation and grouping students.  The teacher thinks about appropriate activities that will effectively respond to student’s needs and includes these activities in the class program either within small-group work situation, individual or whole group activities.
  9. 9.  During implementation of activities the teacher clarifies expectations and monitors learning, again keeping tract individual student progress so that individual student needs can again be considered for continuing planning.
  10. 10.  Independent study as an Instructional approach is closely related to individualized instruction. It involves several features: The student may be involved in the selection of the activity or approach to working on a project. The teacher makes sure that all students who will be engaged in independent study or work understand expectations and have been given with clear instructions. Students have access to the necessary materials and resources. Students can work alone in pairs or small-group of up to 6 to 7 students. Usually in one of the learning areas or centers of the classroom.
  11. 11.  Students have access to the teacher as needed but it is clear that they should try to work on their own, helping each other as needed.  There should be a chance to evaluate the activity with the participation of the teacher as soon as possible (preferrably upon completion) so that immediate feedback can be given. This enhances the quality of the learning processes

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