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  • •JANGID M.L. jangidml@rediff.comMICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 1
  •  LIETH ACHESON, ROBERT BUSH & DWILGHT ALLEN : PROJECT FOR TAECHING EFFECTINESS 1961: VIDEO TAPE RECORDER,GERMANY 1963 : MICRO TEACHING CONCEPT ,STAINFORD UNIVERSITY,AMERICA MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 2
  •  MICROTEACHING IS LIKE SIMULATED TEACHING TO PROVIDE THE FEEDBACK TO PUPIL-TEACHER THAT FOR MODIFICATION OF TEACHER BEHAVIOUR. ALLEN : SCALED DOWN TEACHING ENCOUNTER IN CLASS SIZE & PERIOD MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 3
  •  FOCUS ON TEACHING SKILLS SCALED DOWN TEACHING FEEDBACK PREPARE EFFECTIVE TEACHER INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 4
  •  CLASSSIZE : 5 TO 10 PUPIL DURATION : 5 TO 10 MINUTS TEACHING SKILL : ONE AT A TIME MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 5
  •  PLANNING TEACHING FEEDBACK RE-PLANNING RE-TEACHING RE-FEEDBACK ……..CONTINIOUS TILL …… MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 6
  • 1.SET INDUCTION 8.STIMULUS VARIATION2.CLOSURE 9.SILENCE & NON VERBAL CUES3.REINFORCEMENT 10.ILLUSTRATING4.ASKING QUESTIONS 11.HIGHER ORDER QUESTIONS5.PROBING QUESTIONS 12.PLANNED REPETITION6.DIVERGENT 13.ATTENDING BEHAVIOUR QUESTIONS7.LECTURING MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 7
  • 1. WRITING INSTRUCTIONAL 8. SILENCE & NON-VERBAL OBJECTIVES CUES2.INTRODUCTION OF A 9. REINFORCEMENT LESSON3. FLUENCY & QUESTIONING 10. PUPIL PARTICIPATION4. PROBING QUESTIOING 11. USING BLACK BOARD5. EXPLANING 12. ACHIEVING CLOSURE6. STIMULUS VARIATION 13. RECOGNISING ATTEDING BEHAVIOUR7. ILLUSTRATING MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 8
  •  CLASS ROOM MANAGEMENT USE OF A-V AIDS USE OF E.T. GIVING ASSIGNMENT PACING LESSON USE OF BODY LANGUAGE MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 9
  •  SCALED DOWN TEACHING SIMULATED CLASS ONE SKILL AT A TIME CLOSERE OBERAVATION BETTER FEEDBACK INSTANT SUGESTION MASTERY REAPATATIVE MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 10
  •  TIME CONSUMING CONTROLLED PROCESS VIRTUAL CLASSROOM ONE TEACHING SKILL AT A TIME UN-AVAILABILTY OF RECORDING DEVICES UNABLE FACE REAL CLASSROOM SITUATION MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 11
  • MICRO TEACHING / JANGID ML 12