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    Activity based instruction Activity based instruction Presentation Transcript

    • Activity based instruction It is method of learning by doing.
    • Nature of activity b • It is one of the teacher centered method of teaching. • Here the experience students are getting. • Participation of the student is there.
    • Activity centered instruction is • Classified into two. • Student centered instruction. • Teacher centered instruction
    • Student centered instruction • The student is given freedom to choose the problem and has the freedom to take a strategies to solve the problem. • teachers job here is to give guidence.
    • Teacher centered instruction • Here teacher is a guide, planner and manager. • He selects a problem and determine the activity to be performed by the students. • Limit the activity according to the time and recourse • Gives guidance
    • types of teacher based instructional activities. • Incident method. Teacher presents a reality which is happening in real life situvation.
    • Case study method • A case related to the real hypothetical situation is presented through verbal, written or through electronic devices. • Here the details of the description is provided. • Solutions are not from the teacher.
    • simulation • Students perform a task in an artificial situation as similar to the real situation. • It is a working model reality. •
    • Games and simulation games • Games have the elements of job, competitiveness cooperation and intense motivation.
    • Role play • Participants are asked to accept different roles in a learning situation to act.
    • Prioritization exercise • A group of students may are asked to rank the solutions to a problem according to the importence.
    • Merits. • Page 51
    • Precautions in organizing activity based instruction • conclusion. • Reference.