Mwabu Teacher Blogs - South Africa

Njabulo's Blog #2

Thu, 01.06.2017
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Njabulo's experience after week 1 using the Mwabu tablet and CAPS-aligned units in his classroom at St Christopher’s School:



I was very keen to use the Mwabu tablet with my learners at the start of the term! I couldn’t use the projector at the beginning, but I still managed to use the tablet even without the projector. I used the introduction and the explanation and then used exercises from both the tablet and the textbook. I wrote them on the board. It was good as it showed me I could use the tablet even if I didn’t have power for the projector.

I really like how it is CAPS-aligned – it is so easy to find what I need, and it is also easy to follow. I have been trying to use the PPPB technique, but I still need practice! I have been using paired talking much more, but still need to teach the learners to listen to my claps when I want their attention! I also want to try the thumbs-up/thumbs-down strategy to check their understanding.




Read Njabulo's next blog posts here

If you have missed his first blog post, please read it here.


We will be adding more educator blogs over the coming months, so check back regularly to see how educators in a range of settings from rural to urban, manage the introduction of this exciting new resource into their planning and teaching.




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