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  • 1. -public showing and emphasizing of the salient merits, utility, efficiency, etc, of an article or product.(WID) - in teaching, it is defined as showing how a thing is done and emphasizing of the salient merits, utility and efficiency of a concept, method or process.
  • 2.  GUIDING PRINCIPLES IN DEMONSTRATION 1. Establish rapport. 2. Avoid the COIK fallacy (clear only if known). 3. Watch for the key points.
  • 3. PLANNING AND PREPARATION (BROWN)… 1. What are our objectives? 2. Stands of class regarding your objective. 3. Is there a better way to achieve your ends?
  • 4. 4. Your access to all materials you are about to used. 5. Are you familiar with the sequence and content of proposed demontration? 6. Are the limits realistic?
  • 5. DEMONSTRATION PROPER(DALE) 1. Set the tone. 2. Make it simple. 3. Do not wander. 4. Check to see you that your demonstration is understood.
  • 6. 6. Do not drag out the demonstration. 7. Summarize as you go along. 8. Hand out written materials at the conclusion.

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