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INDUCTIVE METHOD 
Submitted By: 
Anna Mapeth Obordo Evangelista 
2-Physci
What is Inductive Method 
The opposite of direct method and deductive 
method is the indirect method. This is also called ...
In the inductive method, instead of the 
teachers giving the rule in adding similar 
fractions at the outset, she/he will ...
What are the steps of 
Inductive Method? 
 (a) Presentation of Examples 
In this step teacher presents many examples of 
...
 (d) Testing and verification 
After deciding some common formula, 
principle or law, children test and verify the 
law w...
Advantages of Inductive 
Method 
 The learners are more engaged in the teaching-learning 
process. With our facilitating ...
Disadvantages of Inductive 
Method 
 It requires more time and so less subject 
matter will be covered. We need much time...
“Thank You!!!”
Inductive method by Anna Mapeth Evangelista
Inductive method by Anna Mapeth Evangelista
Inductive method by Anna Mapeth Evangelista
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Inductive method by Anna Mapeth Evangelista

  1. 1. INDUCTIVE METHOD Submitted By: Anna Mapeth Obordo Evangelista 2-Physci
  2. 2. What is Inductive Method The opposite of direct method and deductive method is the indirect method. This is also called indirect instruction. The inquiry method or problem solving method and project method fall under indirect, guided and exploratory approach to instruction. They begin with questions, problems and details and end up with answers, generalization, conclusions. Therefore, they will fall under the inductive method of teaching, the opposite of the deductive method.
  3. 3. In the inductive method, instead of the teachers giving the rule in adding similar fractions at the outset, she/he will give them at least five examples of added similar fractions at one time. Ask the pupils to study the examples then ask them to explain hoe she/he arrived at the sums. From there, she/he will ask the pupils to state the rule in adding fractions.
  4. 4. What are the steps of Inductive Method?  (a) Presentation of Examples In this step teacher presents many examples of same type and solutions of those specific examples are obtained with the help of the student.  (b) Observation After getting the solution, the students observe these and try to reach to some conclusion.  (c) Generalization After observation the examples presented, the teacher and children decide some common formulae, principle or law by logical mutual discussion.
  5. 5.  (d) Testing and verification After deciding some common formula, principle or law, children test and verify the law with the help of other examples. In this way children logically attain the knowledge of inductive method by following above given steps.
  6. 6. Advantages of Inductive Method  The learners are more engaged in the teaching-learning process. With our facilitating skills, the learners formulate the generalization or rule.  Learning becomes more interesting at the outset because we begin with the experiences of our students. We begin with what they know.  It helps the development of our learners’ higher-order- thinking-skills (HOTS). To see patterns and analyze the same in order to arrive at .generalization requires analytical thinking.
  7. 7. Disadvantages of Inductive Method  It requires more time and so less subject matter will be covered. We need much time to lead our students to the formulation of generalizations.  It demands expert facilitating skills on the part of the teacher. We’ve got to ask the right questions, organize answers and lead the learners to the generalizations or conclusion.
  8. 8. “Thank You!!!”

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