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EDWARD MOORE
British

Teaching Children in Schools and Refugee Centres in Perth, Australia

         

Working in this school I'm picking up different techniques of how to teach non English speaking children, as well as composing and doing reading tests.

It's an excellent school, everyone is very welcoming and the children are very polite and nice.

The best thing about the placement so far is teaching children from different countries and experiencing different lessons and the teaching of them, as well as working with small groups of children.

I think this placement would suit anyone that wants to go in to teaching or thinking about teaching or anyone else who wants to see what working in a school is like or wants a different experience

Can you describe a typical day?

Start at 9.30, lessons run until 10.45 supporting the teacher in the classroom, helping children to read and write and do their work. Sometimes taking smaller groups out and doing their work or smaller activities.

In PE getting equipment ready, setting it up, showing smaller groups how to hold the cricket bat and doing a short activity. 

Recess (Break time) from 10.45am to 11.05am. 

Lessons start again at 11.05am to 12.45pm helping the teacher in the classroom, helping children to read and write and do their work, Do reading tests with children see what words they remember. 

Lunch from 12.45pm till 1.20pm.

Lessons from 1.20 till 3pm help children in the classroom read and write do their work. Finish at 3pm.

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