Exploeing New Horrizons For
Classroom ( Teacher’s Actions
Promotes Students Learning)
By Sajjad Ahmad Awan
PhD Scholar
TE ...
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Teachers Actions

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Seekers of truth and knowledge who can
apply both for the progress of society;
Creative, con...
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I
remember. Involve me and I learn.
- Benjamin Franklin

Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar ...
Research Question
What are the observable Actions of
teachers who positively impact the
academic performance of students?
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What People Remember
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10% of what they read
20% of what they hear
30% of what they see
50% what they both see ...
General tips
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Setting the scene
Being student centered
Assessing prior knowledge
Getting students to parti...
Learning styles versus
teachers Actions
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Instructor’s teaching Actions
usually reflects his/her own
learning Actions.

S...
The mediocre teacher tells.
The good teacher explains.
The superior teacher demonstrates.
The great teacher inspires.
- Wi...
Types of Teaching Actions
A. Keep Students Interested
- Excited teacher with loud voice and lots of energy
- Humor
- Chang...
Types of Teachers Actions
A. Keep Students Interested
B. Respect Learners
- Supportive
- Encourages

C. Objective Driven
S...
Types of Teaching Actionss
A. Keep Students Interested
B. Respect Learners
C. Objective Driven

Knowledge
Skills
Attitudes...
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The DR. F.I.R.M. Teaching Model
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D Demonstration, presentations and problem
solving

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Rehearsal of ...
Watch your thoughts, they become words.
Watch your words, they become your actions.
Watch your actions, they become habits...
What Makes a Good Teacher?
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Knowing the Subject Matters
Mastering Teaching Skills
Can Good Teaching Be Taught?

Sajj...
Components of Good Teaching
Actions
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Knowledge of the Subject and Teaching
Resources
Critical Thinking and Prob...
A Quote from Maya Angelou
“People will forget what you said. People will
forget what you did. But they will never
forget h...
Five Great Teaching Techniques
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Always have a genuine purpose behind the
lesson you are teaching.
Make sure ...
Quote
An effective teacher is one who learns from
teaching rather than one who has finished
learning how to teach
Linda Da...
Wise words …
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“Education is
learning what you
didn't even know
you didn't know”.

Daniel J. Boorstin

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“Teachers open
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“ THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY
EFFECTIVE PEOPLE”

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Be Proactive
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Begin with End in Mind
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Put First Things First
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FOCUS ON YOUR TOP PRIORITIES
Although Compass and clock are both
important, the compass must come before the
clock, becaus...
“What do we live for,
if it is not to make life less difficult for
others”

Eliot
03/06/14

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Value and Celebrate the Difference
People are often threatened by difference of
opinion. Highly effective people don’t jus...
RENEW REGULARLY
IN THE FOUR
DIMENSIONS
PHYSICAL

MENTAL
03/06/14

SOCIAL/
EMOTIONAL

SPIRITUAL

Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scho...
RENEW REGULARLY
IN THE FOUR
DIMENSIONS
Physical
Dimension

Exercise, Nutrition, Rest,
Stress Management.

Social /
Emotion...
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Why Teachers Actions are important?

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To keep people’s attention
To create a good atmosphere
To create more impact

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How you stand
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Stand straight.
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Stand where everyone can see you.
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Stand on both legs.
Don't lean against an...
How you move
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Avoid nervous movements.
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Don't walk up and down.
Keep your hands down except for gestures.
Don't...
Look relaxed
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Why
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If you relax people will have more confidence in you.
If you are not relaxed people cannot foc...
RULE # 3: Respect rules and
regulations
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Rules and regulations are the base of strong
systems FOLLOW THEM!!
Make cl...
RULE # 4: Respect opinion of others
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Do not follow
you are wrong I
am right
approach
Use I agree but
approach

Sajjad...
RULE # 5: Accept advice and work on
it
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Always take
advices
Work on the
advices
Advices help
in brain
storming
Saj...
RULE # 6: Accept students for what
they are
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Never underestimate
students
Accept them and help
them improve
Some s...
RULE # 7: Accept colleagues as equals
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A friendly and cooperative atmosphere of a work place
always helps in better r...
RULE # 8: Accept your
responsibilities and carry them
through

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A responsible
leader creates
responsible public
Accep...
RULE # 9: Accept diversity
(variety) in your students and learn
from them
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The more the
minds, more
will be the
varie...
RULE # 10: Be prepared to improve
yourself in your subject
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Have complete grip
on your subject
Confidence is all
a...
RULE # 11: Be prepared to be a life
long learner
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Every one is a
student
There is no age
limit for
learning
Hadis:...
RULE # 12: Be prepared to carry out
your responsibility
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Taking the
responsibility is
one thing
CARRY OUT
your
respon...
RULE # 13: Be prepared to share and
cooperate
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Sharing and
cooperation gives
rise to
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Broadening of
ideas
Growth...
RULE # 14: Be prepared to inform and
be informed
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A teacher must be
fully informed about
every thing around
him (in t...
RULE # 15: Be prepared to give
constructive feedback
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Give the students
honest and accurate
feedback, (response,
o...
RULE # 16: Be compassionate
(kindhearted) to your students and
colleagues
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One of the most
important thing is bein...
RULE # 17: Be sincere (honest) with
yourself and others
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“Honesty is the best policy”
It is the key to success in e...
RULE # 18: Be sociable (friendly)
with the students and colleagues
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A very strict
environment can limit
the learni...
RULE # 19: Be encouraging at all
times

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RULE # 20: Be courteous (polite) at all
times
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People love to talk to
courteous beings
It is the way of the
Holy P...
RULE # 21: Be generous (kind) with
your praise (admire)
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Praise your students when ever necessary
Admiration lead to i...
RULE # 22: Be imaginative (creative)
with your students
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Go deep into the
oceans of
imagination, and
take your studen...
RULE # 23: Be creative in all your
work
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Creativity adds to the
beauty of work
It helps enhance the
interest of th...
RULE # 24: Be innovative in your
classroom
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Innovation brings in newer and unique ideas
Innovation helps fight resis...
RULE # 25: Know that you have
responsibility towards student, parents,
and school
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Being a teacher is being the VAL...
RULE # 26: Know that you are
accountable for all that you say and
do
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With greater
responsibility comes
greater
AC...
RULE # 27: Know that you are part of
a team
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As a teacher in a
school you are a
part of a team
Work as a team
Fu...
RULE # 28: Know that you are special
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Underestimating
yourself is the
biggest CRIME!!
Every one on the
face of the...
Attention Getter
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Class-Yes

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Rule One
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Follow directions quickly! (the gesture: make
your hand shoot forward like a fish)

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Rule Two
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Raise your hand for permission
to speak (the gesture: raise your
hand, then pull it down next to
your head and...
Rule Three
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Raise your hand for permission to leave your
seat. (the gesture: raise your and, and then
make a little walk...
Rule Four
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Make smart choices! (the gesture: tap one
finger to your temple as you say each word.

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Rule Five
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Keep your dear teacher happy!
(the gesture: hold up each thumb and
index finger out like an “L” framing
your ...
Whole Brain Developer
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Teach-OK

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Motivator 1
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Scoreboard Game

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Involver
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Switch!

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Focuser
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Hands and Eyes

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My Philosophy of Learning
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We learn by doing.
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Learning depends on the learner.
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To learn English, you m...
Group and Pair Work
Why do we work in groups and pairs?

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To help each other learn
To get more practice in spe...
What should we work on?
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Fluency
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Accuracy
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Speaking naturally and without hesitation
Making fewer mistakes

C...
ks

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Happy Teaching…..!

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  • Knowing your learning style can help you make the most of the teaching styles of your instructors. Usually the teaching style of an instructor reflects his or her own learning style. Since this is true, your particular learning style may work well with the way some instructors teach and can be a mismatch with other instructors. This is where working on your weaker points will help you to break new ground in your learning.
    When we first hear about learning styles, some people think that the next goal is to find ways of teaching that apply to certain styles. Actually, there are more powerful ways to use our knowledge of learning styles. One is to recognize our own styles and capitalize on the strengths we already have; therefore, putting material into the ways that you prefer to learn should be your goal.
  • A and B above are examples of Content independent styles.
  • But today, we are going to talk about teaching styles that are objective driven. Content matters.
    For community preceptors, most of the teaching is done face to face with a learner in short spurts (5-20 minutes). You are talking to the learner.
    Today we will dissect what happens during this 'brief interaction”, focusing on these verbal teaching styles.
    You see, THESE styles not only determine how information is conveyed, but also WHAT is conveyed; especially with respect to the clinical thinking process and with affective issues.
  • By identifying and understanding your learning style, you will be able to capitalize on your strengths and improve your learning efficiency. We each learn and process information in different ways, and you probably didn't realize this because most of us attended schools where teachers delivered instruction in one way. Most teachers talked to us, we answered their questions, and then we took pencil-and-paper-based tests. So, in fact, schools ended up teaching us one way to learn and didn't help or encourage us to learn in our unique styles.
     
    You and I receive new information every day that we live, and understanding how we naturally take in and process that information will go a long way toward making us life-long learners.
  • Exploring New Horrizon For Classroom Activities (Teacher Actions Promote Students learnings ) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning

    1. 1. Exploeing New Horrizons For Classroom ( Teacher’s Actions Promotes Students Learning) By Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 1
    2. 2. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 2
    3. 3. Teachers Actions     Seekers of truth and knowledge who can apply both for the progress of society; Creative, constructive, communicative and reflective individuals; Disciplined, productive, moderate and enlightened citizens; Capable of effectively participating in the highly competitive global, knowledge-based economy and the information age; citizens committed to creating a just civil society that respects diversity of views, beliefs and faiths. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 3
    4. 4. Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. - Benjamin Franklin Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 4
    5. 5. Research Question What are the observable Actions of teachers who positively impact the academic performance of students? Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 5
    6. 6. What People Remember       10% of what they read 20% of what they hear 30% of what they see 50% what they both see and hear 70% what they say 90% what they both say and do Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 6
    7. 7. General tips         Setting the scene Being student centered Assessing prior knowledge Getting students to participate Asking questions and dealing with answers Checking understanding Using visual aids Summarizing and closing a session Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 8
    8. 8. Learning styles versus teachers Actions  Instructor’s teaching Actions usually reflects his/her own learning Actions. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 9
    9. 9. The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. - William Arthur Ward Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 10
    10. 10. Types of Teaching Actions A. Keep Students Interested - Excited teacher with loud voice and lots of energy - Humor - Change activities frequently B. Respect Learners C. Objective Driven Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 11
    11. 11. Types of Teachers Actions A. Keep Students Interested B. Respect Learners - Supportive - Encourages C. Objective Driven Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 12
    12. 12. Types of Teaching Actionss A. Keep Students Interested B. Respect Learners C. Objective Driven Knowledge Skills Attitudes - Verbal teaching styles - Bibliotherapy: Use of written handouts and articles Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 13
    13. 13. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 14
    14. 14. The DR. F.I.R.M. Teaching Model  D Demonstration, presentations and problem solving      R F I R M Rehearsal of content Feedback and correction Independent practice Review Motivate to persevere Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 15
    15. 15. Watch your thoughts, they become words. Watch your words, they become your actions. Watch your actions, they become habits. Watch your habits, they become character. Watch your character, it becomes your destiny. - Frank Outlaw Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 16
    16. 16. What Makes a Good Teacher?    Knowing the Subject Matters Mastering Teaching Skills Can Good Teaching Be Taught? Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 17
    17. 17. Components of Good Teaching Actions     Knowledge of the Subject and Teaching Resources Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills Knowledge of Students and their Learning Teaching and Communication Skills Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 18
    18. 18. A Quote from Maya Angelou “People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But they will never forget how you made them feel” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 19
    19. 19. Five Great Teaching Techniques      Always have a genuine purpose behind the lesson you are teaching. Make sure the material is engaging and interactive. Allow the students the opportunity to direct their own learning. Mistakes are the integral part of learning process - celebrate them. Humour releases tension – use it often. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 20
    20. 20. Quote An effective teacher is one who learns from teaching rather than one who has finished learning how to teach Linda Darling-Hammond Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 21
    21. 21. Wise words …  “Education is learning what you didn't even know you didn't know”. Daniel J. Boorstin  “Teachers open the door. You enter yourself”. Chinese proverb Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 22
    22. 22. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 23
    23. 23. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 24
    24. 24. “ THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE” 5 03/06/14 1 Be Proactive 2 Begin with End in Mind 3 Put First Things First 4 Think Win-Win Seek First to understand then to be understood 6 Synergize 7 Sharpen the Saw Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 25 25
    25. 25. FOCUS ON YOUR TOP PRIORITIES Although Compass and clock are both important, the compass must come before the clock, because where you are headed is more important than how fast you are getting there. 03/06/14 Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 26 26
    26. 26. “What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for others” Eliot 03/06/14 Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning George 27 27
    27. 27. Value and Celebrate the Difference People are often threatened by difference of opinion. Highly effective people don’t just tolerate or accept them------they celebrate them. “It two people have the same opinion, one is unnecessary”. Stephan Covey 03/06/14 Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 28 28
    28. 28. RENEW REGULARLY IN THE FOUR DIMENSIONS PHYSICAL MENTAL 03/06/14 SOCIAL/ EMOTIONAL SPIRITUAL Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 29 29
    29. 29. RENEW REGULARLY IN THE FOUR DIMENSIONS Physical Dimension Exercise, Nutrition, Rest, Stress Management. Social / Emotional Dimension Widen your circle of friends, Forgive yourself and others, Build family relationship, Value the difference of opinion. Mental 03/06/14 Reading, Writing, Learning, Study Spiritual AwanMeditation, Service, Sajjad Ahmad PhD Scholar TE Values, inspiring,Nature. Planning 30 30
    30. 30. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 31
    31. 31. Why Teachers Actions are important?    To keep people’s attention To create a good atmosphere To create more impact Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 32
    32. 32. How you stand  Stand straight.    Stand where everyone can see you.   Stand on both legs. Don't lean against anything. Face the audience directly. Don't obstruct the foils.   Stand by the screen when pointing to foils. Stand away from it when talking about them. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 33
    33. 33. How you move  Avoid nervous movements.     Don't walk up and down. Keep your hands down except for gestures. Don't fidget, scratch, jiggle your legs, etc. Use gestures for emphasis.    Practice appropriate gestures. Don't overdo it. Avoid arm-waving. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 34
    34. 34. Look relaxed  Why    If you relax people will have more confidence in you. If you are not relaxed people cannot focus on the content . How        Smile. Make it informal. Use humor--enjoy yourself! Slow down. Breathe slowly. Let your arms hang loose. Don't make nervous movements. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 35
    35. 35. RULE # 3: Respect rules and regulations    Rules and regulations are the base of strong systems FOLLOW THEM!! Make class rules and regulations Follow and teach students to follow Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 36
    36. 36. RULE # 4: Respect opinion of others   Do not follow you are wrong I am right approach Use I agree but approach Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 37
    37. 37. RULE # 5: Accept advice and work on it    Always take advices Work on the advices Advices help in brain storming Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 38
    38. 38. RULE # 6: Accept students for what they are    Never underestimate students Accept them and help them improve Some students are slow learners help them by concentrating on them Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 39
    39. 39. RULE # 7: Accept colleagues as equals   A friendly and cooperative atmosphere of a work place always helps in better results There must be equality in the values even if the seniority prevails Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 40
    40. 40. RULE # 8: Accept your responsibilities and carry them through   A responsible leader creates responsible public Accept all your responsibilities and teach pupil to handle responsibilities Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 41
    41. 41. RULE # 9: Accept diversity (variety) in your students and learn from them   The more the minds, more will be the variety of ideas Handle the diversity and use it for better learning Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 42
    42. 42. RULE # 10: Be prepared to improve yourself in your subject    Have complete grip on your subject Confidence is all about knowing Know your subject as much as you can Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 43
    43. 43. RULE # 11: Be prepared to be a life long learner    Every one is a student There is no age limit for learning Hadis: “Grasp knowledge from cradle to grave”. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 44
    44. 44. RULE # 12: Be prepared to carry out your responsibility   Taking the responsibility is one thing CARRY OUT your responsibility Make the students do the same Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 45
    45. 45. RULE # 13: Be prepared to share and cooperate  Sharing and cooperation gives rise to    Broadening of ideas Growth of knowledge Better working environment Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 46
    46. 46. RULE # 14: Be prepared to inform and be informed   A teacher must be fully informed about every thing around him (in the school and in the outer world of IT) Better informed teachers have positive impact on students Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 47
    47. 47. RULE # 15: Be prepared to give constructive feedback    Give the students honest and accurate feedback, (response, opinion) It helps pupil to improve Parents can also take advantage of the feedbacks Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 48
    48. 48. RULE # 16: Be compassionate (kindhearted) to your students and colleagues    One of the most important thing is being compassionate A good behavior gives rise to a better behavior Compassionate people are loved and liked Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 49
    49. 49. RULE # 17: Be sincere (honest) with yourself and others    “Honesty is the best policy” It is the key to success in every walk of life Sincerity helps build better relations Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 50
    50. 50. RULE # 18: Be sociable (friendly) with the students and colleagues    A very strict environment can limit the learning process and make the class less lively All the time serious behaviors with colleagues limit the bondage MAINTAIN Sajjad Awan PhD DISCIPLINE!! Ahmad Planning Scholar TE 51
    51. 51. RULE # 19: Be encouraging at all times Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 52
    52. 52. RULE # 20: Be courteous (polite) at all times    People love to talk to courteous beings It is the way of the Holy Prophet P.B.U.H Your attitude in class will determine the attitudes of your pupil (students) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 53
    53. 53. RULE # 21: Be generous (kind) with your praise (admire)   Praise your students when ever necessary Admiration lead to increased morale of the students Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 54
    54. 54. RULE # 22: Be imaginative (creative) with your students   Go deep into the oceans of imagination, and take your students with you Imagination leads to broadening of minds Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 55
    55. 55. RULE # 23: Be creative in all your work    Creativity adds to the beauty of work It helps enhance the interest of the students in the class It brings sophistication (style) in what a person does Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 56
    56. 56. RULE # 24: Be innovative in your classroom    Innovation brings in newer and unique ideas Innovation helps fight resistance to change Change is necessary, therefore INNOVATE! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 57
    57. 57. RULE # 25: Know that you have responsibility towards student, parents, and school    Being a teacher is being the VALUED With greater value comes greater RESPONSIBILITIES Students, Parents and School is the responsibility of a teacher Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 58
    58. 58. RULE # 26: Know that you are accountable for all that you say and do    With greater responsibility comes greater ACCOUNTABILIT Y (answerability) A teacher is responsible for all he says and does BE VERY VERY CAREFUL!! Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Sajjad Planning 59
    59. 59. RULE # 27: Know that you are part of a team     As a teacher in a school you are a part of a team Work as a team Fulfill the responsibilities of a team mate Respect your team mates Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 60
    60. 60. RULE # 28: Know that you are special    Underestimating yourself is the biggest CRIME!! Every one on the face of the earth is gifted by Allah BE SELF CONFIDENT!! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 61
    61. 61. Attention Getter  Class-Yes Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 62
    62. 62. Rule One  Follow directions quickly! (the gesture: make your hand shoot forward like a fish) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 63
    63. 63. Rule Two  Raise your hand for permission to speak (the gesture: raise your hand, then pull it down next to your head and make a talking motion. This rule will be the most commonly violated. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 64
    64. 64. Rule Three  Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat. (the gesture: raise your and, and then make a little walking figure with your index and middle finger.) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 65
    65. 65. Rule Four  Make smart choices! (the gesture: tap one finger to your temple as you say each word. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 66
    66. 66. Rule Five  Keep your dear teacher happy! (the gesture: hold up each thumb and index finger out like an “L” framing your face; bob your head back and forth with each word and smile really big!) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 67
    67. 67. Whole Brain Developer  Teach-OK Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 68
    68. 68. Motivator 1  Scoreboard Game Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 69
    69. 69. Involver  Switch! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 70
    70. 70. Focuser  Hands and Eyes Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 71
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    73. 73. My Philosophy of Learning  We learn by doing. –  Learning depends on the learner. – – – –  To learn English, you must use it. You have to want to learn. You have to try. You have to take responsibility. Different people learn in different ways. Learning a language takes time. – – We don’t have enough time in class. Practice makes perfect. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 74
    74. 74. Group and Pair Work Why do we work in groups and pairs?  – – – – – To help each other learn To get more practice in speaking English To practice interacting in English To exchange information and ideas To know each other Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 75
    75. 75. What should we work on?  Fluency –  Accuracy –  Speaking naturally and without hesitation Making fewer mistakes Complexity – – Using various grammatical structures Using both long and short sentences Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 76
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    79. 79. Happy Teaching…..! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar TE Planning 80

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