The aim of this project was highlight how EAL students learn, and to observe if teachers’ were using contemporary learning strategies in their classrooms. . Interviews with teachers’ were conducted to ascertain the strategies they perceived that they used to enhance EAL learning development…
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It is anticipated that schools will benefit from this project by contribution to best practice methods that enable purposeful learning environments for EAL students, and to encourage positive teacher relationships with EAL students will use the results of this project.
"I seek a method by which teachers teach less and learners learn more."
- Johann Comenicus, writer of the first illustrated textbook (1630)
The learning requirements of EAL children attending primary school are of critical research interest. The aim of this project is to review literature that identifies specific factors that influence the scholary development of EAL primary students, and by way of interview and observation, to evaluate teacher interactions with EAL students in their classes. It is intended that this research project align with QTT standards of professional values and teaching practices (QTT Standards, n.d., p. 1). In particular, this research project will highlight the crucial need to respect the diversity of all students, and consideration towards different learning styles. It is hoped that the primary researcher will present herself as a role model for other educational researchers to investigate and implement inclusive teaching practices. The research aims to highlight how EAL pupils learn, and key factors that affect their learning processes. It is acknowledged that when planning a research or teaching project that the diversity of pupil characters be recognised as a resource. Ultimately, this project's goal is to ascertain best practice methods to enable purposeful learning environments for EAL students and to...
This research project will highlight the crucial need to respect the diversity of all students, and consideration towards different learning styles. It is hoped that the primary researcher will present herself as a role model for other educational researchers to investigate and implement inclusive teaching practices. The research aims to highlight how EAL pupils learn, and key factors that affect their learning processes. It is acknowledged that when planning a research or teaching project that the diversity of pupil characters be recognised as a resource. Ultimately, this project’s goal is to ascertain best practice methods to enable purposeful learning environments for EAL students and to encourage positive relationships with EAL students. It is hoped this will be achieved through recognition of support needs for bilingual students, and and the need to provide class structure and resources oriented towards individual differences, be these gender, culture, ethnicity or achievement. A stimulating and motivating classroom that provides for equal learning opportunities is a key vision of this project. This study aimed to be the first step in a personal action project, and so has identified areas of EAL student-teacher interaction that require change, or that are opportunities to be encouraged. Action research is considered a family of research methods that are oriented towards action, or change, and research understanding.
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