Meaning Scheme of Work
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In the UK, a scheme of work is a guideline that defines the structure and content of an academic course. It maps out clearly how resources (e.g. books, equipment, time) and class activities (e.g. teac [..]
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Is the breakdown of topics into simple manageable units
Obura tonny - 11 January 2019

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Detailed plan showing breakdown per unit of the delivery of a qualification including assessment tasks and methods. It should cover the required programme of study, identifying the main objectives and [..]
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Is a central planning tool and the key mechanism by which a teacher prepared for teaching and learning at period of time ,e.g a month,a term or a year.
lucykomu92@gmail.com - 2 August 2019

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A scheme of work is the physical manifestation of a school's (or department's) curriculum planning. It shows the content selection and the sequence lessons. It shows aims and objectives – [..]
Source: geography.org.uk

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Schemes of work is a breakdown of syllabus in to teachable units to the learners in a specific class.
Chimiir Moses - 9 September 2019


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