Task 1
Unit 1 Assessment Criteria 1.1 – Complete the following table and question to identify your roles and responsibilities as a teacher.   (Please attach additional pages and/or evidence as required)
Tick the box of those responsibilities that relate to your role: | Tick |
Teach/train learners – large groups | |
Teach/train learners – small groups | √ |
Mark assignments and give feedback | |
Work with learners on a 1:1 basis | √ |
Register the learner with the awarding body | |
Assess the learners work product | |
Observe the learner in situ | √ |
Mark their work against national standards | |
Make regular appointments to support the learner to achievement | |
Give positive feedback | √ |
Submit assessed work for formative/summative internal quality assurance and standardisation | |
Carry out internal quality assurance | |
Attend meetings to gain feedback | √ |
Be a positive role model for your learners | √ |

Task 2
U1 AC 1.1 – Now we have identified some of your roles and responsibilities, explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training. (Please attach any additional sheets and supporting evidence.)
The role of a teacher within education and training can vary depending on the type of role they have. A few examples of different roles include teacher, trainer, mentor, tutor, assessor, lecturer or instructor, each role is different and the objectives for each role may vary. However, all of these roles still have a duty towards the learner and share the same responsibilities.
There are many responsibilities of a teacher, these include record keeping, recording attendance, and lesson planning, tracking grades and setting achievements. Keeping records enables you to look at the learner’s progress and highlight any areas that may need attention. Lesson planning allows you to be fully prepared for a lesson, by having set outcomes you want to achieve with students in class and allowing for extra work...

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