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Big and Small

Very creative and innovative workbook task. Drawing two pairs of scissors, one big and the other small. Note how easy it is to compare the size of the scissors.

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Colour: Black

More workbook examples in the conceptual domain of colour.

Example 1: The example shows how cut-outs of different shapes can be used to build a person.

Example 2: The example shows how to draw a 3 legged pot which can also be...

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Colour and Shape Posters

Very good examples of how to integrate colour and shape vocabulary with visuals of the domain inside a classroom.

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Size - Big & Small
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Shape - Circle
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Session Planner: Shape - Square
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Session Planner - Color Red
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Session Planner - Color Blue

Session planner for my first session at Blomvlei on the color blue.

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Letter: Workbooks

Learners are asked to generate words starting with the letter at the centre of the page. The learners are also asked to draw pictures of the words to help them to read the word.

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Letter: Theme Tables, Posters, Workbooks

Ideas to enhance the physical environment as well as for workbooks.

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Letter: Workbooks

How to use the Transfer Worksheet 15 for letter. The example of the Transfer Worksheets are for Afrikaans speaking learners.

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Position: Posters and Workbooks

Ideas to enhance the physical environment when mediating position.

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Reflections from Weeks 4-5 of Mediating: Shape

Reflections from my 4th and 5th weeks of mediating.

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Physical Environment: Posters and Vocabulary Walls

Examples of the physical environment inside a Basic Concepts classroom. We encourage to teachers to make their own wall posters that reflect the concepts that they are teaching.

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Position: Theme Table

Here are examples of theme tables for position.

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Size: Learning to categorize

Here are examples of a workbook activity where learners are asked to categorize according size and colour.

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Reflections from the First 3 Weeks of Mediating: Colour

Some reflections from my first three weeks mediating BCP. I have only worked on two colours out of the colour module so far.

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Position: Top---Middle---Bottom Wall Chart

Wonderful, creative wall chart for Top, Middle and Bottom. The wall chart is also part of the weather theme of the class.

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Number: More and Less

This is a video of a number demonstration lesson by a trainee mediator. The teacher is helping her learners to develop an understanding of the concepts 'more' and 'less'. She takes the group through three identifiable steps: i) they first compare...

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Using counting concepts (number) to make a house

I asked the students what they see, and what they need to construct the house. " Windows" " how many?" The chimney was more difficult because they don't notice chimneys a lot, but went over one chimney per house. We later counted and requested a...

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