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Project1 Ctran

  1. 1. Demonstration Strategy By Cindy Tran SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  2. 2. Teaches a learner how a skill or procedure is done. SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  3. 3. Advantages with a Demonstration Seeing before doing : a benefit for students SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  4. 4. Advantages with a Demonstration <ul><li>Task guidance: ability to guide a large group </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  5. 5. Advantages with a Demonstration <ul><li>Economy of supplies: limits the number of supplies needed </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  6. 6. Advantages with a Demonstration <ul><li>Safety: avoid potential dangers to students </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  7. 7. Limitations with a Demonstration <ul><li>Not hands-on: no direct hands on experience </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  8. 8. Limitations with a Demonstration <ul><li>Limited view: students missing out on experiment </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  9. 9. Limitations with a Demonstration <ul><li>Pacing issue: not all students can follow along at that pace </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  10. 10. How should demonstrations be used? <ul><li>Whole class </li></ul><ul><li>Small group Individual </li></ul>SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy
  11. 11. Demonstrations can also be prepared on video. SLIS 5720/Demonstration Strategy

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