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Transforming Learning: Four Teaching Strategies to Empower Grade R Learners in Disadvantaged Schools

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Question: 1.2 Considering the dreadful situation in disadvantaged schools lacking appropriate facilities, critically discuss FOUR (4) teaching strategies that teachers can use to better accommodate Grade R learners' needs and create a more conducive learning environment. Provide FOUR (4) examples to support the chosen teaching strategies.

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1. Active Learning: Due to the lack of resources, classrooms in disadvantaged schools may not be equipped with modern facilities. Therefore, the teacher can use active learning techniques which involve students in their own learning process. These activities can include role-plays, group work, discussions, presenting or summarizing lessons, all of which require minimal resources. Example: A teacher could assign students into groups and ask each to discuss and present their understanding of a specific topic. This activity not only enhances students’ communication skills, but also deepens their understanding of the topic. 2. Peer Tutoring: Teachers can encourage a culture of peer tutoring. In this practice, students support each other's learning by explaining concepts, answering questions, and working together on problem sets. Example: If a student is good in Math, the teacher could allow them to help peers who might find this subject challenging. This aids in bringing about a team spirit in class whereby they feel accountable for each other's learning. 3. Use of Local Resources: Since these schools lack in appropriate facilities, teachers can use objects from the surrounding environment to explain different concepts. This method is cost-effective and relatable to the students. Example: A teacher can use fruits or vegetables to teach counting or basic arithmetic to Grade R students. 4. Parent-Teacher Cooperation: Teachers can bridge the gap between school and home by encouraging the involvement of parents. Regular communication about what is being taught in class encourages parents to reinforce the same at home. Example: Teachers can arrange regular discussions or meetings with parents to discuss the progress of the student. They can give ideas to parents on how they could assist in the child’s education at home. Creating an adaptive teaching strategy in underprivileged schools might be challenging due to limited resources, but with innovation, engagement, and cooperation, teachers can create a conducive learning environment for Grade R learners.

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Feb. 5, 2024, 2:13 a.m.

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Published: Monday, February 5, 2024

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