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When observed, Y2 teachers stressed the importance of listening more than any other learning behaviour. e) Modelling Modelling involved the teachers in personally portraying what they wanted children to do. Teachers of both age groups described their belief in the importance of the teacher as model, the teacher behaving in a way that they desired the children to imitate: ‘Teaching by example – seeing by example – me writing stories’. Besides being applied to teacher as writer, teachers also acted as exemplar of how to talk.
Put name, date and title’). The function of instructing was to specify techniques, procedures and rules that were the only ones to be used – a set of rules one should not deviate from. As another Y2 teacher explained: ‘This is the way you do it and you do it in steps 1, 2, 3, 4’. Instructing in this sense was used when teachers felt there was little chance of children picking up something by themselves. Instructing did not involve the children in anything other than giving quick answers to the teachers.
Teacher: The capital Q sits with his bottom on the line, the little one needs to have his tail going right down to the red line. What comes after Q? Children: R Teacher: Capital R make sure he stands with his head right up to the top and with our little r we start at the top, to bottom, up and back over. None of this lazy way, this ﬂicking over like some of you do. Teaching Strategies 41 We observed teachers both ‘giving instructions’ as commands and ‘instructing’. At the beginning of lessons, after the main input of information, teachers would give speciﬁc instructions about carrying out the task.
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