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Exposition & Demonstration method

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  • 1. TheDemonstrationorShowing Method
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  • 2.
    • similar to laboratory method, although in the demonstration method, the teacher does the experiment before the class. In the laboratory method, the children perform the experiment and “learn by doing”.
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  • 3.
    • good for schools which lack facilities
    • 4. this method can be very effective for a competent teacher, who can model well.
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  • 5. TheExpository method
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  • 6.
    • similar to showing or telling method.
    • 7. it means explaining or interpreting.
    • 8. used in the lower grades as there is much that needs explaining.
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  • 9. The expository method is advantageous under the following conditions
    When relevant information needs to be understood
    When pupils do not have the information
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  • 10. 3. When idea or principles can be learned only by explanation
    4. Where the use of induction will take too much time or whenever the difficulties if its use outweigh its value.
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  • 11. Steps of the expository method
    Approach
    Presentation
    Application
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  • 12. Conditions for effective exposition
    Teacher’s thorough understanding of the subject matter
    Teacher’s comprehension of the children’s ability to understand the explanation
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  • 13. 3. Use of language and illustrations within the children’s experiences and understanding
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  • 14. Evaluation of the exposition method
    Advantages:
    1. Time saving
    2. Best way to learn for those ear minded
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  • 15. 3. Best way to get appreciation as the teachers can interpret better than the pupils
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  • 16. Disadvantages:
    1. Explanation may be too fast for some pupils
    2. Suited only for subject matter where there are plenty of rich, new facts
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  • 17. 3. Difficult to test pupils results as far as outcomes, other than information, are concerned.
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  • 18. Errors to be guarded against in the exposition method
    1. Too much or too little telling
    2. Telling what can be developed
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  • 19. 3. Telling what the pupils can find out for themselves
    4. Telling only what is in the book
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