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The Author personally conducts the Lecture-Workshop in your Country. To Reserve a Workshop Date in your Venue, please call +63-9295197788 or e-mail: wellnesspilipinas@yahoo.com.ph

The Author personally conducts the Lecture-Workshop in your Country. To Reserve a Workshop Date in your Venue, please call +63-9295197788 or e-mail: wellnesspilipinas@yahoo.com.ph

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  • 1. INNOVATIVE STYLES IN TEACHING By Ms. ZARA JANE JUAN
  • 2. Sensitivity to children PROFILE OF LEARNERS
  • 3. 0-7 yrs.old General Characteristics: -love imitating those around them -absorbs everything and blend themselves in the environment -love to move and play
  • 4. 1-3 yrs.old Move and Play Imitative play mimicking actions
  • 5. 3-5 yrs.old Move and Play Transformative Play -transform real objects into fantasy
  • 6. 5-7 yrs.old Move and Play Imaginative Play -visualize how something will look like and plan on how it will become
  • 7. 7-14 yrs.old General Characteristics: -have picture thinking -love storytelling from adults
  • 8. 9-11 yrs.old -a lot of physical and psychological changes -notices that he/she is different from the rest
  • 9. 12-14 yrs.old -interested in cause and effect relationship -beginning of logical thinking
  • 10. 15-20 yrs.old -upsurge of sexual drives* -aggressive impulses *harness this traits to positive ends e.g. persistence and healthy competitiveness
  • 11. 15-20 yrs.old -acting out such that they deal with tension, frustration, conflict or anxiety by behaving in a way that affords temporary relief
  • 12. 15-20 yrs.old -become capable of abstract reasoning -think of hypothetical situations
  • 13. 15-20 yrs.old -focus of interaction shifts from family to peer group -they hope for a peer group that is cooperative, reciprocal, supportive and enhances self-esteem
  • 14. Summary of the Learner’s characteristics per age bracket
  • 15. 1-3 IMITATIVE PLAY 3-5 TRANSFORMATIVE PLAY 5-7 IMAGINATIVE PLAY 7-14 PICTURE-THINKING 9-11 NOTICE DIFFERENCE FROM OTHERS 12-14 CAUSE AND EFFECT THINKING CONCERN: BODY IMAGE CHANGES 15-17 ABSTRACT REASONING CONCERN: PEER GROUP IDENTITY 18-20 CONCERN: VOCATION OR ROMANTIC IDENTITY
  • 16.
    • Various ways for a learner to learn a subject
  • 17. LINGUISTICS COMMUNICATION
  • 18. INTERPERSONAL TEAMWORK
  • 19. LOGICAL RATIONAL
  • 20. MUSICAL SOUNDS OR MUSIC
  • 21. SPATIAL VISUAL
  • 22. BODILY MOVEMENTS ACTION
  • 23. PURPOSE DRIVEN REASON
  • 24. NATURE / SURVIVAL OUTDOOR
  • 25.
    • To create various ways for the learner to learn the subject
  • 26.
    • Workshop
    • to get out-of-the-box
  • 27. Out-of-the-box
    • MIND
    • BODY
    • VOICE
  • 28. MIND -is the working machine
  • 29. BODY -is the window display
  • 30. VOICE -is the sum total of everything
  • 31. Innovative styles of teaching workshop
  • 32. LINGUISTICS WORKSHOP COMMUNICATION “ continue my story”
  • 33. INTERPERSONAL WORKSHOP TEAMWORK “ Form Shapes in History”
  • 34. LOGICAL WORKSHOP RATIONAL “ Reproductive Story”
  • 35. MUSICAL WORKSHOP SOUNDS OR MUSIC “ Radio Box”
  • 36. SPATIAL WORKSHOP VISUAL “ Community in Geometry”
  • 37. BODILY MOVEMENTS WORKSHOP ACTION “ Pass the Ball”
  • 38. PURPOSE DRIVEN WORKSHOP REASON “ immersion / exposures”
  • 39. NATURE / SURVIVAL WORKSHOP OUTDOOR “ Relay of Thoughts”
  • 40. Innovative styles of teaching
    • - turning your class into an organized workshop area
  • 41. RULES TO FOLLOW
  • 42. 1. Plan Ahead
  • 43. 2. Get your Rules Clear to Yourself
  • 44. 3. Remember that enjoyment is secondary. Emphasize on learning
  • 45. 4. Communicate your Rules to your Learners before applying them.
  • 46. 5. Establish your limit. Be firm and be consistent
  • 47. 6. Avoid emotional punishment
  • 48. 7. Delegate Responsibilities to your Learners
  • 49. 8. Be fix with time schedule
  • 50. 9. Record the proceedings
  • 51. 10. Give the next instruction in writing before you end the session
  • 52. Application to lesson plan
  • 53. GROUP WORK *CHOOSE YOUR SUBJECT MATTER AND CREATE YOUR OWN WORKSHOP ACTIVITY USING THE VARIOUS WAYS FOR A LEARNER TO LEARN THE SUBJECT
  • 54. PRESENTATION OF LESSON PLAN PER WEEK PER MONTH PER QUARTER PER SCHOOL YEAR
  • 55. ENJOY CREATING…. EXPLORING…. AND DISCOVERING…. YOUR CREATIVITY WITHIN THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS!
  • 56. INNOVATIVE STYLES IN TEACHING By Ms. ZARA JANE JUAN
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