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FIELD TRIP

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  • 1. DR. MAHESWARI JAIKUMAR maheswarijaikumar2103@gmail.com
  • 2. DEFINITION • Field trip is an educational procedure by which the learners obtain first hand information by observing places, objects, phenomena and processes in their natural setting.
  • 3. PURPOSES • To provide real life situations for first hand information. • To supplement class room instructions.
  • 4. • To serve as a pre view of a lesson and gather instructional material. • To verify previous information, class discussion & to conclude individual experience.
  • 5. • To create situational teaching for cultivating observation, keenness and discovery. • To serve as a means to develop positive attitudes, values and specific skills.
  • 6. GUIDELINES FOR USING FIELD TRIP AS A TEACHING METHOLOGY
  • 7. • The field trip must be planned to meet specific educational objectives rather than mearly a picnic activity. • Plan field trip with a specific checklist (permission, transport, booking boarding, parental notification, safety & emergency arrangements).
  • 8. • Plan a schedule & route plan for the field trip. Identify leaders & sub leaders. • Assign responsibilities to individuals and make them understand their role.
  • 9. • Have list of all candidates, contact numbers of people to be contacted in case of emergency & special needs. • Submit report on field visit and analyse.
  • 10. • POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED BEFORE A FIELD TRIP
  • 11. DEVELOP A PLAN FOR LEARNING FROM FIELD TRIPS • What will be learned? • What teaching method will be used?
  • 12. IDENTIFY POTENTIAL FIELD TRIPS • Look for the places that match learning, its relevance, affordability & feasibility. • Places of visit could be sewage treatment plant, pollution control board.
  • 13. CONTACT WITH THE ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY • Obtain written permission from relevant authorities. ( Fee charges, guide for visits & state visit objectives). • Fix the visit dates well in advance & include it in the time table.
  • 14. ARRANGE TRANSPORTATION • Arrange bus or van or cars according to the number of students. • Fix and communicate the time for departure from the college or the start point & communicate the same to the students.
  • 15. PLANNING & ORGANIZING
  • 16. TAKE ESSENTIALS REQUIRED FOR FIELD TRIP • The student should have diary, pen to record the observations made in the field trip. • Other resources like, camera,money, clothing are to be planned.
  • 17. TO A NATURAL SETTING
  • 18. TO DISTANT MEDOWES
  • 19. FISHING OUT
  • 20. TO AN INDUSTRY
  • 21. TO A FOREST
  • 22. TO A MUSEUM
  • 23. TO THE WOODS
  • 24. TO A FARM
  • 25. TO A ZOO
  • 26. ADVANTAGES • Field trip enriches the classroom learning. • Fiel trips provide an opportunity to the learners to get first hand information from natural settings.
  • 27. • The monotony and boredom of classroom teaching is eliminated through field trips.
  • 28. Fiel trip gives natural stimulation and motivates the learner to be more interactive and creative.
  • 29. • Field trips help learners learn things very quickly and remember them for longer of time. • It provides an opportunity to solve the individual's problems by interacting with a group in a natural seting.
  • 30. DISADVANTAGES • If the field trip is not planned well with specific learning objectives it will result in wastage of teaching learning resources. • Field trips are expensive.
  • 31. • Safety and security of the students is a real concern. • If the sought permission is not got, the scheduled plan of the curriculum suffers.
  • 32. THANK YOU