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Source: Adapted from Coetzee, 2003: 60 41 • Can role models from the community be invited? • Can other educators participate? Take into account the time needed to prepare the necessary resources. 2 Planning the physical classroom arrangement Questions such as the following may need to be considered: • When will learners work alone and when will they work in groups? • If they are going to work in groups, how many in each group? Will learners be allowed to group themselves or will the educator group them for particular purposes?

4 Planning assessment Plan what learners should produce as evidence of learning during these activities. Identify how the assessment will be done and how the achievement of each learner will be recorded. This planning should include selecting assessment methods such as tests or tasks and selecting the correct assessment tools to use. Decide how the assessment evidence will be recorded. 5 Planning for diversity in the classroom Education policies have recognised that all learners are not the same and that they do not all have the same needs.

Are they available or do they need to be developed? What equipment will be needed? What learning aids will be needed? How many of each? PLANNING EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Have you clarified the Learning Outcomes? No 3 Check the policy documents. Select the Learning Outcomes and Assessment Standards. Yes Have you described exactly what learners will learn and how they will show their learning? No 2. List the skills and knowledge that should be included and the values to focus on. 3. Decide what will be assessed and when assessment will be done.

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