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Pp 2

  1. 1. ARE YOUREADY TO BE THE NEXT STUDENTTEACHER?
  2. 2. Alicabo, Alfred L.Dayag, Nicole Tanya P. Suico, Janelle T. Sumalinog, Jane B.
  3. 3.  STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM THEORETICAL BACKGROUND DEFINITION OF TERMS RESEARCH DESIGN RESEARCH METHODOLOGY RESEARCH FINDINGS CONCLUSION RECOMMENDATIONS
  4. 4. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This is an in-depth studyof the experiences of BSEd-Englishstudent teachers in CNU-ILS particularlyby examining their psychosocial dynamicsin relation to their teaching performance. HOME
  5. 5. Theoretical Background IMPORTANCE OF STUDENT TEACHING •NAVARRO 1988 •ADLER 1992 TEACHING INTERPERSONAL PERFORMANCE: RELATIONSHIP LESSON Motives for PLANNING choosing teacher CLASSROOM course MANAGEMENT Work •BALBUENA 1997 values/personality •GUMP 1984 STUDENT TEACHING PERFORMANCE HOME
  6. 6. DEFINITION OF TERMSAltruism- unselfish concern for the welfareof others; selflessnessCompetency- adeptness of the students incarrying out their tasksParadigm Shift- a change in the way wethink about something
  7. 7.  Phenomenology- philosophy or method of inquiry based on the premise that reality consists of objects and events as they are perceived in human consciousness Psychosocial- involving aspects of social and psychological behavior Practicum- a school or college course, especially one in a specialized field of study HOME
  8. 8. RESEARCH DESIGNPhenomenological Study-To study the significant experiences in undergoing pre- service training program for teachers in CNU-ILS HOME
  9. 9. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The researchers interviewed the English mentor and 20 BSEd-English Student teachers in CNU-ILS. HOME
  10. 10. RESEARCH FINDINGS RELEVANT EXPERIENCES OF BSED- ENGLISH STUDENT TEACHERS COGNITIVE  Familiarization and mastery of the subject matter  Carry out learning activities successfully within the allotted time  Utilize varied activities to stimulate students’ interest
  11. 11. AFFECTIVE Before demonstration  Sleeplessness, fatigue, pressure and stress  Difficulty in making a lesson plan  During the demonstration Nervous , excitement, grammar and time conscious “ If you know your subject matter well and you are able to master what to teach then you’ll be more confident.” After the demonstration Contentment, happy, motivated to do better Losing confidence, doubts and hesitations
  12. 12.  Social Students  Gaining their trust  Being emphatic and witty Academic and non-academic staffs Working cooperatively with colleagues in planning educational activities Respecting the mentor , parents and utility workers
  13. 13.  What are the problems encountered in student teaching in CNU-ILS? Students’ attitude Difficulty in motivating students No proper study area for student teachers Less ventilation and raucous area • How do these problems affect them? •Personally Losing confidence Discouragements Easily irritated Stress and pressure
  14. 14. Advantages and Disadvantages in undergoing Student Teaching Program in CNU-ILSAdvantages Expose the Student Teachers to actual teaching experience Train them to carry out lessons responsibly and adeptly Acquaint them to students who are highly intelligent Skills enhancement training
  15. 15. Disadvantages Not treated as teachers by students Limited time for teaching experience Some learning from 1st-3rd year are not applied in student teaching Every actions and movements are controlled and observed so there is awkwardness
  16. 16.  What are their advises to the incoming student teachers?  Be prepared  Time-management and save money  Handle stress and pressure positively  Don’t get affective and intimidated by the students  Learn how to appreciate teaching  “Don’t act as if you know everything, be humble, be a friend to the students.” HOME
  17. 17. CONCLUSION The student teaching experiences of BSEd- English serve as their strong foundation in understanding the needs of the learner, developing desirable attitudes towards their work, establishing strong and harmonious relationships with the people around them, and appreciating their chosen field of teaching. HOME
  18. 18. RECOMMENDATIONS  one academic year for practice teaching alone  Seminars on teaching strategies and classroom management  Well-structured study group area for student teachers  Mastery of content area especially language/grammar  Lesson plans to be passed on time  Widen vocabulary by reading books and other educational paraphernalia
  19. 19. GOOD LUCK!

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