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Wish to be a good teacher

Wish to be a good teacher

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  • 1. Dr.T.V.Rao. MDWISH TO BE A GOODTEACHERDR.T.V.RAO MD 1
  • 2. • As teachers we find giving aLecture continues to be difficulttask even after many years ofexperience in the Profession,Topic may be familiar but youfind all the Time new studentsand different temperaments it islike putting old wine in a Newbottle. Many join the teachingprofession but few reach thegoal. However continuouspassion to improve makes usbetter teachers .• Dr.T.V.Rao MDLECTURING IS OLD JOB DONE TO THENEWER NEEDSDR.T.V.RAO MD 2
  • 3. PLAN YOUR DELIVERY• We cant teach an entire of your expertise in a singletalk. If you try to cram in everything you know, youwon’t have time to include key details, and your talk willdisappear into abstract language that may make senseif your listeners are familiar with the subject matter butwill be completely opaque if they’re new to it.• So limit the scope of your talk to that which can beexplained, and brought to life with examples, in theavailable time.DR.T.V.RAO MD 3
  • 4. • Trying to over explain orpainstakingly draw out theimplications of a talk. And therethe remedy is different:Remember that the people in theaudience are intelligent. Let themfigure some things out forthemselves. Let them draw theirown conclusions.• The Teacher starts out bypresenting a problem and thendescribes the search for asolution. There’s an “aha”moment, and the audience’sperspective shifts in a meaningfulway.REMEMBER OUR STUDENTS AREINTELLIGENTDR.T.V.RAO MD 4
  • 5. • There’s no way youcan give a goodlecturing unless youhave somethingworth talking about.Conceptualizing andframing what youwant to say is themost vital part ofpreparationFRAME YOUR LECTUREDR.T.V.RAO MD 5
  • 6. • Framing is lecture makes the basis ofyour talk it’s time to focus on yourdelivery. There are three main ways todeliver a lecture. You can read it directlyoff a script . You can develop a set ofbullet points that map out what you’regoing to say in each section rather thanscripting the whole thing word for word.Or you can memorize your talk, whichentails rehearsing it to the point whereyou internalize every word—verbatim.• Don’t read it, . It’s usually just toodistancing—people will know you’rereading. And as soon as they sense it,the way they receive your talk will shift.DO NOT READ YOUR LECTUREYOU LOOSE YOUR IMPORTANCEDR.T.V.RAO MD 6
  • 7. • Pay attention to yourtone. Some speakersmay want to comeacross as authoritativeor wise or powerful orpassionate, but it’susually much better tojust soundconversational. Don’tforce it. Don’t orate.Just be yourself.DO NOT THE AUTHORITATIVEBE CAUSALDR.T.V.RAO MD 7
  • 8. • If you start using jargonor get too technical,you’ll lose them. Themost engagingspeakers do a superbjob of very quicklyintroducing the topic,explaining why theycare so deeply about it,and convincing theaudience members thatthey should, too.DO NOT BE TOO TECHNICALYOU WILL FAILDR.T.V.RAO MD 8
  • 9. • Successful lecture is ajourney, make sure you don’tstart to annoy your studentsalong the way. Somespeakers project too muchego. They soundcondescending or full ofthemselves, and the audienceshuts down.Don’t let thathappen.A SUCCESSFUL LECTURE CAN BE ACHIEVED GOALTRY TO ATTAIN YOUR OBJECTIVESDR.T.V.RAO MD 9
  • 10. BE FREE AND STABLEThe biggest mistake we see in early practice is that peoplemove their bodies too much. They sway from side to side, orshift their weight from one leg to the other. People do thisnaturally when they’re nervous, but it’s distracting and makesthe Teacher seem weak. Simply getting a person to keep hisor her lower body motionless can dramatically improve stagepresence. There are some people who are able to walkaround a stage during a presentation, and that’s good if itcomes naturally. But the vast majority are better off standingstill and relying on hand gestures for emphasis.DR.T.V.RAO MD 10
  • 11. • With so much technology atour disposal, it may feelalmost mandatory to use, ata minimum, presentationslides. By now most peoplehave heard the adviceabout PowerPoint: Keep itsimple; don’t use a slidedeck as a substitute fornotes and don’t repeat outloud words that are on theslide.MAKE MULTIMEDIA YOUR SERVANT BUT NOTTHE MASTERDR.T.V.RAO MD 11
  • 12. • Another approachcreative types mightconsider is to buildsilence into theirtalks, and just let thework speak for itself.• Make the matterspossibleMAKE YOUR WORK SPEAKDR.T.V.RAO MD 12
  • 13. • Used well, video can bevery effective, but thereare common mistakesthat should be avoided.A clip needs to beshort—if it’s more than60 seconds, you risklosing people. Don’t usevideosTRY TO AVOID VIDEOS FOR LONG YOULOOSE CONTACT WITH PUPILDR.T.V.RAO MD 13
  • 14. • The single mostimportant thing toremember is that thereis no one good way todo a lecture. The mostmemorable lecture offersomething fresh,something no one hasseen before.ARE THERE ANY PERFECTLECTURES???DR.T.V.RAO MD 14
  • 15. MATTERS THAT RUIN OURLECTUREDR.T.V.RAO MD 15
  • 16. • Take a really long timeto explain what yourtalk is about.• Speak slowly anddramatically. Why talkwhen you can orate?• Make sure you subtlylet everyone know howimportant you are.MATTERS THAT SPOIL YOURLECTUREDR.T.V.RAO MD 16
  • 17. • Refer to your bookrepeatedly. Even better,quote yourself from it.• Cram your slides withnumerous text bullet pointsand multiple fonts.• Use lots of unexplainedtechnical jargon to makeyourself sound smart.DO NOT REFER TO BOOKS WHILE YOU TALKDR.T.V.RAO MD 17
  • 18. Don’t botherrehearsing to checkhow long your talk isrunning.Sound as if you’rereciting your talkfrom memory.DO NOT ACT AS A VERY LEARNED MANBETTER TO BE HUMBLEDR.T.V.RAO MD 18
  • 19. • Never, evermake eyecontact withanyone in theaudience.DO NOT CONCENTRATE ON SELECTEDSTUDENTSDR.T.V.RAO MD 19
  • 20. • .Research shows us thatlectures actually workagainst the human brain.After four to eight minutesof listening to a talk thebrightest brains in the roomseek other adventures …It’s not necessarily you thatbores listeners, but morethe fact that brains werenot made to be talked at.LECTURES WORK AGAINST BRAIN(DR. ELLEN WEBER)DR.T.V.RAO MD 20
  • 21. DEAR TEACHER NEVER FORGET ALL OURSTUDENTS ARE WATCHING USDR.T.V.RAO MD 21
  • 22. BEST WAY TO SURVIVE AS TEACHERCREATE ENTHUSIASMDR.T.V.RAO MD 22
  • 23. ADMINISTRATORS WISHES FEED BACK FROM STUDENTSCAN WE REMOVE BAD TEACHERS ???DR.T.V.RAO MD 23
  • 24. TEACHER’S SHOULD LEARN FROMGREAT QUOTEDR.T.V.RAO MD 24
  • 25. • The Programme Created byDr.T.V.Rao MD for Teachers whowish to Continue their Teaching• Email• doctortvrao@gmail.comDR.T.V.RAO MD 25