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Skip to 0 minutes and 0 seconds Hopefully you’ve enjoyed week four and feel ready to connect the two strategies of pre teaching and assigning competence in order to raise the status of your focus learners in class lessons so that they are active and influential. Take the opportunity to reflect on how your knowledge of these learners is enhanced by working with them in pre teach sessions and how this influences how you see them as learners in class lesson. In week 5 we will review and reflect on your experiences of pre teaching and assigning competence and the impact so far on your focus learners and on your practice.

Week 4 final thoughts

Reflecting on bringing together pre-teaching and assigning competence.

What is the aim of each strategies, and both together?

Pre-teaching allows you to know the children better – and the children know you know that they know.

Do you feel your focus learners have benefitted from the two strategies coming together this week?

Make sure to have your reflective journal and all other downloads with you for week 5, as we prepare to reflect on this course and how it can benefit both your focus learners, and your practice

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