Curriculum and Instruction - Social Sciences (Upper Secondary)
An introduction to general curriculum. Analyse and evaluate curriculum documents, processes and micro-teaching: planning, teaching and evaluating lessons. Appreciate learners' needs, such as cultural diversity, learning styles and abilities
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This subject will cover an Introduction to general curriculum. Introduction to local, national and international perspectives on curriculum. Critical analysis and evaluation of curriculum documents. Curriculum planning processes. Micro-teaching - planning, teaching and evaluating lessons. Teaching for diversity of learners' needs (including cultural diversity, diversity of learning styles and abilities). Assessment of student achievement. Social sciences upper-school curriculum. Degrees of study. Personal beliefs and assumptions in relation to learning and teaching.
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