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I have a teacher

who knows my name


who feels my joy and pain
and holds me shine or rain
He cries my tears
He wipes my fears
An angel of my life




















4 millions bytes of information every
second.
Our imagination processes it
and immediately form a 3d coloured
pictures









Our pupils excellent, average or weak are born with
deep potentials of creativity
Each child is a precious gift to a family, school, nation
to excel








Too often without realising
whether at home or in school
a package deal wrapped beautifully . . .
b
/b/
book
a book
a big book
I have a big book

Below average
pupils
L








How can words, phrases and sentences be alive in L ?
b
/b/
book
a book
a big book
I have a big book

Oh, now l see. Now l know.
Teacher, l have a big book..








How can words, phrases and sentences be alive in L ?
b
/b/
book
a book
a big book
I have a big book

Oh, now l see
Teacher, l have a
big book.
So much effort and workload to make sure







1. Why cant my below average pupils improve ?
2. How can l teach writing Q1, Q2 and Q3
effectively in a class 35 or 45 where 10 -15 are
below average?
Year 4, 5, 6 UPSR/ 60-40 ?
E D
D C
C B
B A
A A+
Can our pupils write independantly,
skilfully and creatively ?

W - watch ( teachers, peers, cues )
R - reason ( ask why must l write )
I - inspire ( from the eyes to the fingers )
T - think ( fr pic to words- sentences )
E - explore ( vocab, G skills, imagination )






How long more can our pupils write just
to get a C or A - PKBS or UPSR ?
Can our pupils learn to apply the language
skills to unleash their inner potentials
creativity, innovative, passion, confidence
and social skills ?
Lack of the tools
1. vocab
2. grammatical skills
3. knowledge
4. experience
5. try it yourself
6. use it







Instill and nurture
Learning Disciplines

Children from Year 1 to Year 6 need to be
nurtured to :
see with their heart
( feel, wonder, imagine, create )
hear with their eyes
( words, phrases, sentences, sounds )
touch with our voice
( how many of our pupils writing touch our lives as teachers,
friends, parents )




To nurture Learning Disciplines

1. Art of Questioning
- stimulate to think and explore
- encourage them to test their
understanding
- challenge them to think creatively
- provoke them to question set
attitude
- guide them to interact

To nurture Learning Disciplines

2. Set THE suitable Writing
templates various forms
- Intro
- Paragraph 1
- Paragraph 2
- Paragraph 3
- Conclusion
To nurture Learning Disciplines
3. Allow pupils to write drafts -
1) board or large paper
2) not books for step 1

- instill confidence
- allow them to make mistakes
- prepare a stimulated and guided
frame of work
To nurture Learning Disciplines
4. Parallel Writing drills
parallel topics
repeated use of vocabulary
know and understand basic
grammar rules
sentence patterns
repeated sharing of ideas in
smaller groups


A Learner must WORK at L
L does not come from
teachers work but WORK ( hands on)
of the learner

An effective teacher builds inside out
The pupil should be confident to express
his thoughts, feeling, reasoning
meaningfully and creatively
Allocated TIME
( never the longer , they learn more )

Instructional Time
Engaging Time they talk , respond
Do do time - independent, group
Talk the do time reflect
Samuel J M

Instructional Time

a teacher is very focus of what is
happening inside a child
- talking, giving instructions,
- focus on the eyes of the children as we
say aloud the instruction
- Research : Samuel J M
90% of a typical teacher overlook want the
students to complete the reading or written tasks
- set the mind and readiness of the pupils to learn

Engaging Time
time students involved in a task
teacher : facilitator

mastery L
- 75 % of the whole lesson
- process of mind, physical, heart
How to help our pupils to remember ?
1 understand what he is reading or
writing will help them remember

Nurture them to Focus
2.1 what do we want them to
remember ?

Retain Skills focus
Look and say aloud
Retain Skills focus
Listen, follow and say aloud








( point to words- to pic cues)
is reading
is reading
is reading
Retain Skills focus
Listen and repeat


is reading a book .
is reading a letter .
is reading the newspaper .
is reading a story .
He
Retain Skills focus
write the verb


is reading a book .
is reading a letter .
is reading the newspaper .
is reading a story .
He
Retain Skills focus
( write the complete sentence )

1.
2.
3.
4.
5. _____ _____________ _________
a book .
a letter .
the newspaper .
a story .
He
He
He
Retain Skills focus
( write the complete sentence with pic cues )
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How to help them remember ?
2. Have fun ?
3.1 Tashcan
3.2 Word scrambles and crossword puzzles
3. Visual aids.
4. Let them teach each other
5. Let them draw their thoughts / feeling
( stick drawing )
What is effective L?
Tr should nurture students
to spend time working and progressing
at their levels
EARNING their own
achievement and success
- not getting correct answers
- How and Why must I achieve the
correct answers
2 Qs
Did my student learn what I wanted
them to learn ?

Can I show that my students learned
what I wanted them to learn ?
More hours and days do no
gurantee Learning.

Nurture memory work and TS
work out Mr. Brain
boght bought buught buught
bought

booght

bought

bought

buoght

bought

baught

bought

baught

bouoght

bought

booght

Circle the correct spelling Count 10 plus 10
Effective Teacher
teaches and develop the children, not
the subject or making pupils memorise
with understanding
maximise participation of children
nurture children earn their achievements
keeps children actively engaged in mind
+ heart
Some Fun and Effective Drills
Pair Robins
Round Robins
Chant Drills
Echo Drills
Silent Lips
Finger Drills
Drills through songs
Pair Robins
Round Robins
Chant Drills
Echo Drills
Silent Lips
Finger Drills
Drills through songs
Mirror Drills
H O T S
the ability to apply
knowledge skills values
reasoning and reflective skills
solve problems
make decisions
be innovative and creative
Promoting HOT
1 Question and Answer Flow ow
The red candles burned brightly.
Q - think A - c onnect
1. What burned
brightly?
candles
SN
Subject Noun
2. What is being
said about the
candles?
candles
burned
V

HOT in group workout
1 Question and Answer Flow
The red candles burned brightly.
Q A
3. Burned how?
brightly Adv
4. What kind of
candles?
red Adj


5. The
A - article
Promote HOT in group workout
Key elements Q & Answer Flow
The red candles burned brightly.
the role each word in the sentence -
being analyzed.
teacher or pupil can lead
pupils are able to analyze the sent
completely Big pic
difficulty level increases as pupils
master the flow
Key elements Q & Answer Flow
The red candles burned brightly.
Each part of speech is analyzed within the
context of the whole sentence.
Repeatedly applied in daily exercises
throughout the year
Provides immediate feedback to the pupils in
a fun group drills.
Pupils see, hear and say increase retention
skills
Fun Task
The red candles burned brightly.

JU please gather your group gently
Explain the task clearly
Once my hands wave slowly
We shall share passionately

HOTS
Application
Using knowledge, skills and
values in different situations
to complete a piece of work
Analysis
Ability to break down
information into smaller parts
in order to understand and
make connections between
these parts.
HOTS


Ability to consider,
make decisions using
knowledge, experience, skills,
and values; and justify
decisions made.
Creation
Produce an idea or product
using creative and innovative
methods
HOTS in the classroom
Teaching and learning activities
reasoning
inquiry learning
problem solving
project work.
Teachers and pupils need thinking tools
mind maps, thinking maps and Thinking
Hats along with higher order questioning methods
in and out of the classroom to encourage pupils to
think. In doing so, pupils are given responsibility
towards their own learning.



Teachers and pupils need thinking tools
mind maps, thinking maps and Thinking
Hats along with HOTS methods in and out
of the classroom
to encourage pupils to think.
pupils are given responsibility towards
their own learning.

The power of V

















Allowing our children more time to
- try and not to be afraid to fail
- learn from mistakes
- think
- share
- be creative and to create
- be innovative
- develop at ones pace
words must be alive in their daily
lives
How ? ?