This presentation is about the importance of involving parents in their children's education and school activities. Included are advice on how to best communicate with parents and reflection questions for trainees to assess how involved parents are in their schools.
This document is a detailed lesson plan for a Moodle session on speaking - the elements of successful speech and how speech is used in the classroom. Included are activities/tasks, reading suggestions, objectives, expected outcomes and follow-up for the course's fourth session.
This presentation offers insight into the role of principals as culture architects and culture change agents. It also explains the importance of assessing a school's culture and defining a school vision. Finally, it goes over the eight-stage process of change.
This brief manual from AIESEC describes corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate sustainability lessons and mistakes. It highlights CSR partnerships, strategic investment and messaging, focusing on the SustainOman project, but also providing broader tips for businesses and civil society organizations. A profile of the National Bank of Oman is included.
This presentation is to be used when giving the Methods of Teaching English course entitled Learner Characteristics (week 2). It offers a step-by-step outline and includes objectives, tasks and activities for that class.
This presentation is to be used when giving the Methods of Teaching English course entitled Humanistic Techniques (week 12). It offers a step-by-step outline and includes objectives, tasks and activities for that class.
This document is a unit out of an English as a Second Language student activity book. The unit's theme is "occupations." There are activities and tasks for students to complete individually and in group settings.
This document provides a practical example of how Active Learning can be incorporated into the English curriculum. This guide offers various activities that can be used in the context of a class on occupations, as well as timeframes for the activities and answers to the activity book. There are also profile charts for teachers to track student attainment of objectives and portfolio requirements.
The manual gives overviews, materials and homework for six sessions: laying the foundation, marketing basics, marketing strategy/cost of business, financial concepts, financing business and summation and vision. This is part of WIT's Entrepreneurship Training.
This document is a detailed lesson plan for a Moodle session on Humanistic Techniques. It focuses specifically on three humanistic approaches - the Silent Way, Desuggestopedia and Total Physical Response (TPR). Included are activities/tasks, reading suggestions, objectives, expected outcomes, follow-up and handouts for the course's twelfth session.
This is an extensive curriculum that includes details for several modules, including team development, interpersonal communication, problem solving, decision making, leadership, conflict management and more. Each section includes an outline of the session, session preparation, learning objectives, materials and supplies needed, setup, potential issues and alternative delivery, as well as detailed session outlines and discussion notes. This is part of WIT's Professional Development Skills Workshops.
This presentation was used on the fifth day of the Designing a Learner-Centered Course workshop and accompanies trainees as they complete the course activities. It outlines the big questions and tasks that trainees must complete during the session.