Correct Answer - Option 2 : Variety learning situations
Variety learning situations means varying the types of differentiated learning experiences offered throughout the school year. For a teacher, this means being able to shift from one form of instruction to another in order to maintain the focus of students. This is not easy and is considered a valuable skill in education. The goal is to expand the range of ways students can think, feel, learn, find and solve problems in order to stimulate their interest, enhance motivation and accommodate their preferred ways of learning. They may also discover new ways in which they prefer to learn.
- Students should be permitted and encouraged to study a single topic using different methods.
- The teacher may choose to accommodate the student’s preferences or work with a method the student needs to develop, although it is not a favourite.
- The latter will require more scaffolding and planning on the teacher’s part while the former may require less.
Narrative Sequencing refers to the identification of the components of a story (the beginning, middle, and end) and also to the ability to retell the events within a given text in the order in which they occurred.
Peer tutoring is a flexible, peer-mediated strategy that involves students serving as academic tutors and tutees. Typically, a higher-performing student is paired with a lower performing student to review critical academic or behavioural concepts.
Lecturing is the method in which the instructors are imparting information to the students in terms of lesson plans and academic concepts within the classroom settings.