Group B: Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching Approaches in Education and Training.

Students will need to write essays relating to Group A, Group B, and Group C to help them demonstrate their competence as prospective teachers or trainers in the Further Education Sector.
Information is provided in this document to help them with the interpretation of the essay assignments. Interpretation of each essay assignment will vary depending upon the student and his or her own specific area of teaching. In general terms, this assessment process has been designed to help the student analyse key aspects of the subject and industry in which he or she will be teaching. Essays should reflect the student’s commitment to setting professional standards of teaching within his or her own industry (Security, Beauty, Management, Close Protection, Customer Service, Social Care, etc.)
The author recommends that students insert in-text references in approximately 1 of 2 essays (short form) and that they insert bibliographies (long form) at the end of each Unit.   Several example in-text references and bibliographies have been placed in this document.

Group B: Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching Approaches in Education and Training.
Group B: essay assignments give students opportunities to analyse and use Inclusive Teaching in Education and Training.
Essays should be written under essay assignments 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4 of Unit 4. You will provide evidence of competence in 3.1, 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, and 5.2 by completing a lesson plan and delivering a micro-teach session. The recommended word count is 200 words for each essay. Students’ work can exceed the word count in their essays but it should not fall under 200 words by too much or too often. It is important that students conduct some research of the different areas they are asked to explain, describe, and compare. It is also important that they explain, describe, and compare these areas within the context of their own current or prospective teaching roles. Formal referencing methods...