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What is Philips 66 method of teaching?
Description: A spontaneous method where six people express their opinions for six minutes. When Used: To add spice and variety to methods of presentation. Procedure: Participants first define the topic of discussion. The facilitator selects six people and allows them six minutes for discussion. A group discussion follows. Limitations: The group and topics of discussion must be used somewhat flexibly.
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Method of teaching
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The direct method of teaching is mostly used in teaching foreign languages. It is a method where the person learning the language is not allowed to use his/her native lang…uage; only the language he/she is trying to learn. The weaknesses of the this teaching method are that correct grammatical rules of the language may not be learned and there is little allowance for fundamental practice.
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Teaching method in Pakistan is good not very. We have the qualified teachers but they are not able to teach the children very well they just learn the things to the children a…nd transfer the basic knowledge to the students so our children are not able to do any kind of job they are not ready to face the difficulties of life because they do not have the basic experience. For Example when we call our students to please come on dies they are not ready and this is the fault of our poor educational system and our teachers and also the students are responsible in which. LIKE when we call our students on dies they feel hesitation and feel uncomfortable i am talk about our elder students who are studying in MBA, M.COM, M.SC not the small children means students.
He taught his students how to think for themselves by arguing through problems they posed. This is a Dialectical method, which can be called the method of maieut…ics.
The inductive method of teaching is effective for students during the formative or basic education years. Inductive method helps students to hone their 5 basic basic sense…s in order to generate the basic learning skills through conclusions derived from the use of their senses.
I don't know, Try to surf from internet. . . . Use the availability and accessibility of the internet. . . .As much as possible, It really helps you
preaching. but in Athens when he started to question the ways of life in Athens they stoned him. but his student( forgot his name) kept preaching socrates words they did not… stone him, they sentenced him to drink hemlock.
Jesus' methods of teaching did not only include saying things straightforward. You see, if He was to teach in the straightforward manner, no one would of understood it as most… of them were taught otherwise compared to His teachings. The teachings would have been lost as no one understood it and the name "Christ" would most likely be lost. To prevent that, instead of teaching at a level far beyond the people's understanding at that current time, we went down to their level by combining His teachings with simple stories. The stories are basically either a group of metaphors or one big extended metaphor. The stories are called parables, or "earthly stories with heavenly meanings." A quick example of a parable is one about the talents. In that time, talents were these coins that they used as a currency. I don't remember the story word-for-word, but here's a quick summary. There was this person that gave these three people talents. One person he gave a certain amount of talents, the next he gave more, but the last he only gave one. The two people that had more talents went out and used there money to make more money. The person that had one talent buried it for safekeeping. The time came that they had to give the talents back. The person that had the most talents doubled his amount of talents. The one that had middle amount of talents tripled his amount. The one that had one brought back one... and only one. The person who gave him the talent (I think he was a farmer?) was angry with him, as he didn't use his talents for anything useful and instead was selfish and afraid of losing the one coin. The guy then lost his coin because the farmer took it away and gave it to one of the other two, leaving the one guy with nothing. The moral of the story is that you can't just go through life afraid of everything. You either take the risk and at least have a chance on not losing everything or don't take the risk and make it a definite on losing everything. Not saying that you go out there and take all risks you can see, just saying that you can't be afraid of every little thing. And I'm guessing that the talents translation was no coincidence. If you have a talent, don't waste it doing nothing. Use your talent. That was just one example of a parable, there are many more. Sorry, but I can't list all of them. If you want to find them, there in the Bible, New Testament.
is a purposeful activity which removes difficulty or perplexity in learning through a process of reasoning or reflective thinking.
Methods are important in teaching because they have been proven to work. The goal of a teacher is to help a student understand, and with methods teachers can cater to a st…udents learning style.
Demonstration is a kind of teaching that involves an instructor who carries out a sample task and the learner tries to emulate the steps. It relies on action instead of pu…re theory.
There are so many methods that one good teacher can use in the teaching of Home Economics, some of which includes, inquiry, discussion, group work method, demontsration method…, only to mention, but a few.
any teaching method that does not work for the student or teacher
66 ÷ 8 (66 divided by 8) is the same as 8 divided into 66: .............8 . 2 5 ....------------ 8 | 6 6 . 0 0 ........6 4 ........--- ...........2 ... 0 ...........1… ... 6 ...........------- ....................4 0 ....................4 0 ...................---- ........................0