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Define the following concepts
1 extrinsic barriers to learning
2 intrinsic barriers to learning
3 curriculum differentiation
4 inclusive learning environment
5 individual support plan
These are those factors that arise outside the learner, but impact on his or her learning. They may arise from the family and its cultural, social and economic context and include lack of parental involvement in education and family problems like divorce, death, and violence.
These factors include physical, sensory, and neurological and developmental impairments, chronic illness, psycho-social disturbances and differing intellectual ability. They arise outside the learner, but impact on his or her learning.
This involves the structuring of lesson plans, rubrics, etc., for specific students based on their individual aptitude.
4. Inclusive learning environment
An inclusive classroom is one that creates a supportive environment for all learners, including those with learning differences and one that can also challenge and engage gifted and talented learners by building a more responsive learning environment. Therefore, an inclusive environment is one where everyone feels valued.
5. Individual support plan
This is the framework that describes the individual and their needed supports and services.
2.3 give a detailed explanation on how special schools as resource centers support other schools in collaboration with the DBST. 3.1discuss how the following extrinsic barriers to learning can negatively affect learners in inclusive education settings 3.1.1 negative discriminating attitudes 3.1.2 an inflexible curriculum 3.1.3 inappropriate language or language of learning and teaching. 3.1.4 inaccessible and unsafe built environment.
State whether the following statements are true or false:1. An African perspective of "ubuntu" involves an individual's ability to treat others with sensitivity, respect and dignity.2. The Salamanca Statement (UNESCO 1994) assumes that the academic curriculum and instruction should be flexible and relevant so that a less accessible environment should be created. 3. Differentiation of inclusive teaching strategies involves making modifications in the learning environment, learning content and teaching methodologies as well as assessment.4. Formative assessment is done at the...
4.1Select any subject of your choice and explain how you will use curriculum differentiation to accommodate all learners in the teaching and learning environment. (5marks)4.2 Briefly explain what differentiatiom of the process means (5marks)4.3In a paragraph of about six lines,briefly explain what Multi-level teaching is. (5marks)4.4 briefly discuss the duties or responsibilities of the following support teams in inclusive teaching and learning situations4.4.1 institutional Level support team (ILST). 5MARKS4.4.2District based support team (DBST)4.4.3Learning support educator(LSE)
2.1 Draw either a mind-map or flowchart to illustrate how you would provide assistance or support to a learner in an inclusive learning environment who experiences the following barriers to learning2.1.1 auditory or hearing impairments (5marks)2.1.2visual impairments (5marks)2.1.3physical (mobility) impairments (5marks)
State whether the following statements are true or false 1.6 an African perspective of "Ubuntu" involves an individual's ability to treat others with sensitivity,respect and dignity. 1.7 the Salamanca statement (UNESCO 1994)assumes that the academic curriculum and instruction should be flexible and relevant so that a less accessible environment should be created. 1.8 differentiation of inclusive teaching strategies involve making modifications in the learning environment,learning content and teaching methodologies as well as assessment. 1.9 formative assessment is done at the...
1.2 to accommodate the diverse learners in an inclusive teaching and learning environment teachers need to understand various principles of inclusive education. In your own words explain how you understand each of the following principles of inclusive education. 1. It is a human right 2 it promotes acceptance of diversity 3 it builds respect for one another 4 it support the removal of elementary discrimination
1.2 Explain the following forms of assessment and provide one example of how you will use each of them to support learners who experience barriers to learning in the teaching and learning environment.1.2.1Base line assessment1.2.2Formative assessment1.2.3Diagnostic assessment1.2.4Summative assessment5marks each
Citizenship education in the United Kingdom is best described as the following: A) supporting 'soft ' learning and being reliant of the formal school curriculum , B) A compulsory subject in the English National Curriculum from 1999. D) Including political literacy1.A and D2.A ,B and C3.B,C and D4.A, C and D
Learning Activity 5a (week 1)Define the following concepts:Mass mediaMedia perspectivesMedia diversityMedia regulationControl & ownershipVirtual societySurveillanceDigital divide
Briefly discuss the following concepts:1. Role differentiation 2. Social solidarity Provide your own examples to explain their meaning.