101 Essential Lists for Primary Teachers by Fred Sedwick

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There may be more than one right answer. Allow any that they can justify. Your odd ones out should be for other reasons than meaning: pronunciation, grammatical function, one is palindromic and the others aren't. 30 LIST 31 Questions that teachers ask children: to be avoided o Questions that they don't need the answer to, so why ask them? Examples Why are you doing that? This uses up your time and, more importantly, your emotional energy as the child answers (or maybe does not) truthfully (or untruthfully).

Doesn't it make you want to puke? People tell me that this is necessary for security's sake, but TAs could easily do the registers, looking round the room as the children begin work. And the 'Good mornings', in whatever language, don't make it any better. O The first class arrives in assembly fifteen minutes before the last. That first class is then subjected to what I might call, with exaggeration, torture. But you try it. Sit silently on a floor with your legs crossed for a quarter of an hour, and see how you feel.

O Sum up briefly your answer to the question, What is education for? O Or, Define the purpose of teaching. For one answer, see the last words in this book. Another is from the educationist Lawrence Stenhouse: 'the purpose of education is to make us freer and more creative' (An Introduction to Curriculum Design and Development). ' For example: o Do you encourage educational visits in this school? O and school journeys? o What is the school's policy about ...? Some examples might be: inclusion, anti-discrimination, school journeys, animals in the school, sex education, parent-teacher associations, governor involvement in the curriculum ...

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