DELED 501 Assignment 2 Answer English Solve Download PDF

We have solved the DELED 501 Assignment 2. Below are the 2 Questions with their answers in English

Question 1. Enlist the various reasons for exclusion. What strategies you will adopt to setup
an inclusive school and classroom?

Answer The main reasons for exclusion in a school or classroom:
1. Background of the child - The children who are from a minority community or from poor families may not get enough importance. It does often happen that well to do children are given more priority by their friends and easily made friends, while, the later is left behind and does not really get opportunity to make friends.

2. Variation in the learning abilities of children - Bright students may look down upon the slow learners. This is a very bad habit that is unbelievably prevalent, and should be discontinued. Even when their peer is not good in a subject, they are well better than them in another field.

3. Disability - The children who have some sort of disability may feel excluded. Some students have a stuttering problem, and are found to be mostly with themselves.

4. Or they may feel different due to their looks , weight ot gender. They may be weak, and bullied too. Bullying is an oiffence and should be stopped.

Here i have compiled some strategies to make a classroom more inclusive. They are as follows

1. Use of suitable teaching and learning materials - Use of visual, audio, and audiovisual teaching aids to suit the needs of all the children.

2. Use of proper teaching methods - Teaching and learning should not involve only memorizing. There should be practical work which gives an opportunity to the students to express their different talents and skills.

3. Teaching should be interesting and simple - The content should be appropriate for the age group and abilities of the students. It should be presented in a simple way which is easy to understand. Interactive activities should be taken up in which all can participate.

4. Setting up a friendly and congenial environment in the classroom - There should be no form of violence or fear. The children should feel comfortable and safe. The atmosphere in the classroom should not be stressful.

5. All the children should be given equal attention - The teachers should be suitably trained so that they can impart knowledge keeping in mind the needs of all the children.


Question 2. You as a teacher, critically analyse the implementation issues of Right to Education Act, 2009, face by your school. Suggest ways for better implementation of the Act?

Answer The right of children to free and compulsory education or right to education(RTE), is an Act of the parliament of India enacted on 4th august 2009, which expresses the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 in India under article 21a of the Indian constutution.
I appreciate on the behalf of the Indian government that it took such a big step to promote betterment of education in India. As with the act, some issues faced by our school are:

A There are no special provisions to maintain quality of education. Here, i would like to stress more on education quality rather than right , as seen in some eight graders that they are not very fit to solve lower grade mathematical problems.

B The school do not have different toilet for boys and girls, and i think this is a serious issue that needs to be solved. As children grow up, they need to have different toilets for the needs they have.

C The concept of school management committee is limited to government schools, and the people can play a good role to promote better education in private schools too.

D. The budgeting and issuance of grants to private schools for purpose of free education, mid day meals, etc at regular intervals with adequate money is also a big hurdle in implementation of RTE.

E . There have been cases that, the teachers themselves involve themself in the free day meals and gives away significant amount of time ensuring the meals are good.

Suggestions For Better Implementation of the Right to Education-

With the RTE coming into effect, a new horizon of endless opportunities to achieve the goal of ensuring 100% primary education for all children in India has opened up. This act makes it mandatory for all the schools (Private schools in its ambit too) to provide free elementary education to the poor living in remote areas. The schools in that area will ensure transportation for the poor along with the other requirements. This will really have an impact on the increase in the literacy rate in India.

Even after 70 years independence, a majority of population in India is not able to enjoy the best of facilities. In some areas the poverty problem is quite grim. This RTE will work as a positive force in breaking the vicious circle in which millions of Indians are trapped. The RTE has brought a new hope for our country. Let’s hope its implementation gets honestly done!

The days are not far when India will be placed on par with the other advanced countries. More importantly, education will improve the quality of skilled manpower in India. And soon the skilled people of India will eliminate all the existing problems in our country.

However, in spite of the passing of the Act, its implementation throughout India is quite poor. Laws are seldom respected in India. The Indian Government should make a task force to ensure it is followed and implemented in true spirit. All the schools must submit the data related to the implementation of the RTE Act. Those schools that fail to implement, their affiliation should to be withdrawn until they abide by the law.

The Government in association with NGOs should work in this regard for its successful
implementation.



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