Skills objective(s) L, S, R, W as relevant Beginner students: L: listen to teacher for the pronunciation of the words on the first page: coastline, mainland etc. S: Students to repeat after the teacher to work on their pronunciation for each word. R: Students need to read, make sure they understand and follow the instructions for “A Visualising the Topic”. W:Students are not required to write at this stage, other than labelling and drawing broken line to mark the border. Advanced students: L: Not required S: Not required R: Students will be able to read the Map and understand the extra information provided about Australia. W: When answering the questions, students will look for the clues in the passage and map and answer in complete sentences. They will also make a sentence by using the words given in the last section. Cultural objective(s) To introduce students the society and environment of Australia VELS outcomes: Beginner students: To be able to familiar with State, border, territory and capital cities in Australia. To be able to label and draw political map, to be able to know directional words Advanced students: Further understanding on Australia by reading the general information with the map. Content objective(s) The students will learn the entry level of the knowledge of Geography in Australia Assessment Criteria and Method of Evaluation Assessment Criteria Ability to read the simple Australian political map and understand the extra information given below. Will be possible to grade responses in writing – if the verbal responses need to be measured, I should have a short self-assessment, or peer assessment rubric for them to use, so that we have some idea (other than my perceptions) of the words they have learnt in terms of pronunciation and verbal use. Evidence Students’ contribution to the discussion in class and the answers given on the worksheets. The verbal discussion will be measuring pronunciation, fluency and their understanding of the exercise and maps but will be informally assessed; the responses on the worksheets will be a reflection of the written language they have gained – need to assess which I want more: do I place more weighting on the verbal or the written? Do I communicate that decision to the students? “You need to learn what these words and phrases about Australia mean, and be able to use them in your writing (and talking).” Students will demonstrate their understanding through the completion of the exercise sheet given. Resources and Materials 8 copies of map and modified reading from http://www.enchantedlearning.com/school/Australia/Ausmap.shtml and 4 copies of exercise sheets created by Qiao Qian Tan. 4 copies of “Topic 1 Australia: Political” provided by Qiao’s mentor teacher (Reference unknown). Stage of lesson Tasks Time Teacher action Student action Stage 1 Introduction Must indicate in the introduction that their written responses on the worksheets will be assessed: knowledge of the geography and political organization pronunciation ability to use words in talk 5 minutes Find out what do students already knew about Australian map.
Assignment Three: Rich Task Three 1. Annotated Lesson Plans followed by Lesson-by-lesson SWOT Analysis 2. Summary 3. References 1. Annotated Lesson Plans ESL Bridging (SOSE) Lesson Plan 1 Lesson Number:1 Time of Lesson 1.48pm on 18/07/2011 Duration of lesson 72 minutes Class Size 8 Topic and Focus Australian Map and Map Reading Year Level(s)/ages of students : Year 9 Language Level(s) S1 Aims: The Beginner level students will be familiar with the map of Australia…
Numeracy learning outcomes
The following are the learning outcome for the numeracy demands over the next four weeks
Attaining numeracy skills gives the students the ability to select form known numbers, data concepts, measurement and special information and use them to the mathematical demand and day to day activities.
Carrying out SWOT analysis involves specifying the objectives of the business venture and identifying the external and internal forces that are benevolent or malevolent to the business. The case of businesses which have thrived on SWOT analysis is inclusive of Catering and Ballroom Rental businesses.
The apparent strengths in the nursing profession are as follows: (1) continued reliance on the knowledge, skills and abilities gained through the course in terms of addressing the needs for direct patient care; (2) continued current high demand for the skills required of the profession (Dolan, 2011); (3) “science of nursing is always advancing, and a successful nursing career requires a commitment to learning and openness to change”.
The newer technology will be leaner, thus streamlining the company and making it quick to react to changes in he market. Innovation and diversification into other technologies will be required to maintain market leader status. Change in attitude towards distributors is needed to convince them that the company is not abusing its market leader position.
This is applicable to all the firms irrespective of the size and the time in business (Kurtz, 2010, p.406).
The cost structure of the food products is quite high. Also the product line of the company is
On the other hand, uncovering opportunities will enable the business to exploit them fully while eliminating the threats from impacting on the operations. This analysis gives the strategic position of the business and
SWOT analysis also helps to determine the aspect of what is right or wrong with the products that a company produces (Mao, Su-Chen, uh-Min, 2013). The three major players in the smart phone company are Samsung, Apple and Huawei. The SWOT analysis of these companies
Founded in 1919, the company has spread into one of the largest corporate companies and can favorably compete with others in terms of financial and positional rating at the London stock exchange and is also a member of the FTSE 100 Index.