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Microteaching

  1. 1. MICRO TEACHING Presented by Dr. B. C. Mondal
  2. 2. WHAT IS MICRO-TEACHING  “Micro-teaching is a scaled down teaching encounter in class size and class time.”-D W Allen  “Micro-teaching is a teacher education technique which allows teachers to apply clear defined teaching skills to carefully prepared lessons in a planned series of five to ten minutes encounter with a small group of real students, often with an opportunity to observe the result on video- tape.”- R N Bush
  3. 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF MICRO- TEACHING  Relatively new innovation  Teachers’ training technique  Scaled down teaching  Real teaching  Safe practice ground  Feedback  Teaching model
  4. 4. Phases of Micro Teaching
  5. 5. Microteaching spiral Microteaching Spiral
  6. 6. STEPS IN MICRO-TEACHING  Orientation  Discussion ofTeaching Skills  Selection of a ParticularTeaching-Skill  Presentation of Demonstration Lesson  Observation of the Lesson & Criticism  Preparation of the Micro-Lesson Plan  Creation of Micro-Teaching Setting
  7. 7. STEPS IN MICRO-TEACHING  Practice ofTeaching Skill  Feedback  Re-planning  Re-Teaching  Re-Feedback  Repetition of the Micro-Teaching Cycle  Integration of Skills
  8. 8. DURATION OF THE MICRO- TEACHING IN INDIA  Teaching 6 minutes  Feedback 6 minutes  Re-planning 12 minutes  Re-teaching 6 minutes  Re-feedback 6 minutes  TOTAL = 36 minutes
  9. 9. Advantages  Lessens the complexities of normal class room teaching  Safe practice  Scientific  Motivational
  10. 10. Limitations  Skill Oriented rather than content  Scope of microteaching is narrow  Required competent teacher educator  Tends to reduce creativity of teacher  Time consuming  Alone may not be adequate  Carried on in a controlled situation only
  11. 11. FORMAT OF MICRO LESSON PLAN  CLASS  TIME  SKILL (ONE ORTWO)  SPECIFIC CONTENT  BEHAVORALOBJECTIVES
  12. 12. FORMAT OF MICRO LESSON PLAN CONTENT TEACHER BEHAVIOUR LEARNER BEHAVIOUR COMPONENT
  13. 13. THANK YOU
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