Introduction Stakeholders all over the world strive for quality education of children. All the schools are striving to integrate curriculum with technology so that the students are provided quality education and learning takes place their way and they are focusing to provide quality education to the students by all the means so that they are ahead in the education industry.
World is changing and advancing day by day, so teachers need to be technology savvies as well, in order to meet new global emerging demands. Similarly, the students have also become both, geographically and socially diversified.
Students learn in different ways as per their capabilities. Teachers should prepare mental set through rapport with students before they start teaching. Teachers must have passion for learning and teaching as well as to understand needs and interests of the students. Despite the years of teaching experience, there is always a room for improvement and innovation for the teachers to adapt as per their requirement.
Some give lectures, some discuss the topic, some make their students work in groups, some use technology, some use textbooks and many more. Whereas, for secondary and tertiary levels, lectures, projects, field work, group exercises and peer teaching are the most suitable strategies to help them.
None of the method is the best. The teachers lose focus on their teaching strategies and they assume that the learners face difficulties because the content what needs to be taught and delivered is complicated or not of their interest, instead of realizing the fact that the teaching strategy how to teach and deliver should be more effective and as per their requirement and needs in order to generate their interest and better learning opportunity for the students.
First of all, there is a need to define quality education so that one can differentiate it from less-preferred education.
On the other hand, the students enjoyed the most when they were taken to the computer lab or exposed to nature, especially for science. There is no age limit for learning; it depends on priorities and awareness only. Primary students take more interest in the activities performed in the class.
However, I, along with the other teachers of the same level have tried to integrate teaching strategies which would help students in the best possible way.
Unique individual with unique learning style All the educationists are well familiar with the fact that all the learners have a different learning style, whereas the problem lies in catering to all of them with an effective teaching strategy.
It aims to help most and for all students learning. They believe that delivering the content which has been planned for a specific day and subject is the basic necessity, neglecting the fact and being least bothered about knowing if the student learned or it was impossible for a student to grasp the basic concept even.
Explaining Quality Teaching Research points out that Quality teaching is tend to necessarily be student-centred. But, the main purpose behind these efforts is to help students grasp content knowledge and align them with the real world scenario. With an agreement to Felder, similarly there are different teaching styles as well.
Quality, successful and effective learning actually depends on several factors e. Content What and Strategy How Most of the teachers think that they can improve their teaching practices through developing sound knowledge of content that needs to be taught and delivered Hill and Crevola, Aiding to Growth According to Alton-Leethe teachers should align their professional experiences with their teaching practices and pedagogies in order to benefit their students.
We must say that these are indeed a few components essential for a teacher to be known as effective, but there are more key elements which help the teachers personally and professionally and also their students. Teaching strategies and age groups Teaching strategies vary from one age group to another.
Reflecting on experiences I have always taught primary classes so my experience cannot be considered diverse. Agreeing to Alton-Lee, these days one of the major roles of the teachers is to ensure that the content delivered has achieved the learning objective, which can be considered a key challenge.
My teaching strategies were lectures, some kinaesthetic activities like role play, assignments, short reflections, pictorial PowerPoint slides, verbal discussions etc. A teacher plays a vital role within a few hours in the classroom by delivering the daily specific planned content which is a part of curriculum for a specific grade.
Furthermore, both, how and what are linked together but still far different and unique in nature. Some learn by seeing, hearing, reflecting, modelling, reasoning, and drawing etc Felder, Visual and auditory aids improve learning and performance.
This is a major drawback in many schools. Reflective inquiry Another researcher, Deppelersuggests that the teachers would be able to change their teaching practices when they would reflect upon them and engage themselves in examining their own theories of teaching practices.
Demands and needs change time to time so the teachers should also undergo professional and personal development to benefit both, the students and themselves as well, both are the learners.
There is a great need of new teaching methods and pedagogies to meet global challenges. In-class exercises work the best for this age group.Teaching Strategies in English: The Case of Batangas State University - Malvar, Philippines Juvy G.
Mojares, Batangas State University- Malvar Campus, Philippines Abstract: This study sought answers on profile, teaching strategies and extent of its use, significant relationship of the profile to the teaching strategies and its pedagogical.
killarney10mile.com language teaching strategies do the English language instructors in theSchool of Foreign Languages at Erciye s Üniversity use?
killarney10mile.com there a significant difference between the students and their English languageinstructors in terms of the strategy use?4. The author of this thesis focuses on effective vocabulary teaching strategies in the English for Academic Purposes ESL classroom. Drawing on findings obtained from observing three English.
Teaching and Learning Theses and Dissertations. Follow Huang, Sha (), Reading strategies of adult readers of Chinese as a foreign language: comparing successful and less successful readers. PDF. Intersections between out-of-school writing and the teaching of English.
PDF. Teaching English is no easy feat.
With a variety of different skill levels in every classroom, teachers must employ effective strategies that allow each student to learn the material. Whether the class focuses on literature, grammar, or language skills, these teaching strategies will come in handy for many English teachers.
AN EVALUATION OF THE TEACHING OF READING SKILLS OF ENGLISH IN BANGLADESH careful guidance this thesis would not have been possible. Students’ Strategies for Reading (Items 20) Approaches and Methods Currently used for.Download