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  1. 1. Improvise Teaching Technique Panel Discussion - direct, conversional interaction discussion among a small group of experts, or well informed by person Integrated Technique - as a wholestic approach, the aim of which is to Symposium - more formal than panel and essentially a public achieve the integration of individual and the speaking program. Like he panel, it is used to give development of a well-rounded personality an audience pertinent information about a topic to consider the relative merits of various solutions to a Discovery and Process Approach - a process of discovering new ideas, go through a controversial problem series of processes an finally discovering something. It differ only in the amount of emphasis on the Team Teaching - an approach that involves two or more teachers process used in teaching procedures who work cooperatively with same group of students for some period of time Strategy Circuit Planning - a method whereby one or more exercise are repeated as many times as possible within a set of Discussion Procedure - it is an attempt to get away from the traditional time. It is an exercise program consisting of a classroom procedure of the question-and-answer number of stations which demand an exercise task and recitation style which should contribute in the development of various part of the body Brainstorming - a type of method where varied solution to a particular problem can be drawn Conceptual Approach - subject matter is taught to enable pupils to develop concepts. It is one’s mental picture of Buzz Session - a type of method with familiar topic that need anything – an idea, an object or procedure, it will group opinion, planning or interaction. vary from one person to another, depending on previous experience Round Table Conference - frequently used to describe the type of program quite similar to the panel Mastery Learning - a strategy for optimizes learning, considers the individual capacity and needs of the learner. Role Playing - spontaneous acting out of problem or situation. This technique usually portrays a situation more Simulation - miniature representation of a large scale system or candidly done by description process Case Study - a type of group method wherein groups study and Module - a self-learning kit which usually consists of a analyze a particular case or a problem package of learning activity usually papers that have to accomplished by the students Dramatization - a witness event where the audience sees before the unfolding events in the lives of the characters Programmed Instruction - a technique of self-instruction. It also refers to a planned learning pattern presented to the pupils in Seminar - a form class organization in higher education in a sequential manner which groups advanced graduated students, engaged in research or advanced study under the general direction of one or more staff member for
  2. 2. discuss of problems of mental interest. The speaker Value Voting - One of the creative teaching approach which is an will tell and share his experience to the audience effective technique to motivate the students and this simply done by voting. This technique is used to Workshop - used a s a technique of in service education and encourage individuals to consider more thoughtfully group thinking and planning what they value, what they want out of life or what type of person they want to become Seminar Workshop - an activity given to the participants and is usually a small discussion group seated face to face around a Rank Order - a method of arranging. Rank people, places, table without a large audience activities, or values in order of importance. Applies to conducting a group analysis Educational Games - a special techniques which can be used as a method or recitation, quiz or any class activity to do Informance - also called “lecture com-performance”. This is a away with the traditional boredom of the classroom strategy when the lecturer informs and performs work Loop a Word - made by curved line crossing itself, similar rounded shape in cord or scope crossed on itself Creative Teaching Technique railway line Circular Response - a decision technique that gives very member a Magic Square - a game which is used in recitation chance top talk about the topic or problems presented Strategy Bingo - a gambling game in which each of the several players has a card with numbers to be marked off as Word Association - link to nearest idea of meaning they called. Sentence Completion - used to complete the sentence Crossword Puzzle - searching concealed words in a grid of letters called diagram plays it Conscience talk - it involves of one’s conscience or evaluation Picture Puzzle - a game aimed to stimulate the mind Group Investigation - a group of learners of common interests in the students and a process of learning to achieve Spider Web - educational game with the use of ball string through a group of effort Fall-out Shelter - exercise of decision making Learning Together - this emphasize cooperative effort. Specifically this strategy develops positive interdependence, face to Tele-Lecture - a kind of strategy for class recitation, you will use face infraction, individual accountability, social skills telephone as an instructional material and processing Values Clarification Strategy - used to encourage individual to consider more Debate Forum - occurs when people with different belief study the thoroughly what they value, what they want out of same problems and arrive at different conclusions life or what type of person they want to become
  3. 3. Interview - a form of communication towards aiding, guiding or understanding the individual usually in face to Deductive Method face encounters - A process form reasoning from the general to the particular. It starts with a rule that is applied to specific cases for the purpose of testing, illustrating or Laboratory Method - used to designate a teaching procedure that uses developing the problem to which it applies. experimentation with apparatus to discover or Value: remedies or overcome students tendency to jump to conclusions until the verify facts and to study scientific relationships truth is proven or analysis is completed. Expository Method - used as a great deal in the lower grades as there is Type-Study Method much that needs explaining - Closely akin to inductive method except that only one case is studied. A typical case is taken for detailed examination Moisoniaan Teaching / Unit Method - a method often used in the teaching of Geography Value: its simplicity/arouses keen interest since the tenderness to emphasize details History, Government and Economics makes work concrete. Brain Trust - a small group of student are given a particular Problem Method topic or issue - Purposeful activity that will remove a difficulty or perplexity through a process of reasoning Survey - a set of questionnaire is being prepared Value: child learns to tackle difficulties met Unified Differentiated Project Method Activities Technique - several activities are given like reading articles, - A self directing activity involving the use of concrete materials making posters, slogan writing essay and poems, Value: Encourage creativity. Furnishes a child with a hobby and develops initiatives envying a resource speaker and conducting a and perseverance. symposium forum Demonstration or Showing Method Team Games Tournament - games like, Bingo, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball - The telling-or-showing method., students learn by seeing and then imitating or Quiz Bee with the teacher as the model Value: faster learning process, all that the students do is follow what is told or Problem Solving Method - several problems are presented. It is done in shown. classroom work or can be assigned for the other day activity. Lecture Method - A procedure for clarifying or explaining a major idea cast in the form of a TIME-TESTED METHOD Inductive Method question or problem. Holds an important place in the teacher-centered - Starts with the study of specific cases and ends with a generalization of rule. A traditional school discovery method calls attention to distinct but related details that lead to the Value: trains students to listen accurately formation of conclusion, definition, rule, or principle Value: the learner gains knowledge through his own activity
  4. 4. PE (DANCE) HEALTH - VALUES CLARIFICATION LECTURE - The only justification for the use of lecture as a method is when there is a special VALUES VOTING - One of the creative teaching approach which is an effective technique to motivate topic which need to be presented with authority, and when there s no textbook or the students and this simply done by voting. This technique is used to encourage individuals to reference materials. consider more thoughtfully what they value, what they want out of life or what type of person they want to become. INFORMANCE -Lecture completes performance, a lecture along with performance. DECISION TEE MAKING -A decision tree (or tree diagram) is a decision support tool that uses a tee- PART-WHOLE METHOD -The premises of the method are that the parts are more important than like graph or model of decisions and their possible consequences, including chance event outcomes, the whole since parts make up the whole. This is based on the stimulus- resource costs, and utility. Decision trees are commonly used in operations research, specifically in response theory of Thorndike. Learning of the parts and mastery of the decision analysis, to help identify a strategy most likely to reach a goal. Another use of decision trees parts leads to learning the whole activity. is as a descriptive means for calculating conditional probabilities. WHOLE-PART METHOD - The premises are that it is more meaningful for the learning to see the FALL-OUT SHELTER - Is an exercise of decision making. It is a decision wherein you are in a activity in its entirely first rather the part to the whole. hurry that you should make a quick decision, after that there is a certain reason why you do that so. STUDENTS TEAM ACHIEVEMENTS DIVISIONS - involves cooperative or group learning among RANK ORDER - Is a method of arranging. Rank people, places, activities, or values in order of student of different level, sexes, or ethnicity. Students usually work in team group however, they are importance. Applies to conducting a group analysis. tested individually. Generally this method is applicable in most areas. ARTS LEARNING TOGETHER - emphasizes cooperative effort. Specifically, the strategy develops positive independent, face to face interaction, individual accountability, social skills and group processing. COPY METHOD - reproducing the likeness of a model or imitation of a form • duplicating a picture, shape or design P.E. (SPORTS) • little or no art value for a child • no opportunity to make choices DEMONSTRATION METHOD - The telling-or-showing method, students learn by seeing and • no opportunity for expression of his imagination or emotions then imitating with the teacher as the model. DIRECTED OR DICTATED METHOD TEAM TEACHING - It is an approach that involves two or more teachers who worked - a lock step process of having each child follow a step-by-step direction of the cooperatively with the same group of students for some period of time. teacher - teacher draws/steps one part or fragments of a whole drawing and all the TEAM GAME TOURNAMENT -Games like bingo, basketball, softball or quiz bee. children cut/draw/shape the same part • child have identity products SIMULATION - A miniature representation of a large scale system or process. • prevents the child from using his own ideas CIRCUIT TRAINING - This is a method whereby one or more exercise are repeated as many PATTERNS METHOD times as possible within a set of time. It is an exercise program consisting of a number station which - shapes are drawn or cut by teacher and passed on to children to duplicate. demands an exercise task, which should be contributed in the development of various part of the - tracing drawing body. - does not promote child’s creative process SEMINAR - It is a form class organization in higher education in which groups advanced graduated students, engaged in research or advanced study under the general direction of one or more staff member for discuss of problems of mental interest. The speaker will tell and share his experience to the audience. PREPARED OUTLINE METHODS
  5. 5. - coloring/painting prepared outline drawings like coloring book 3. She sings the first phase and the children repeat. She sings the second phrase - develops motor control and the children repeat it. She teaches the rest of the phrases in the same way. - no opportunity to color his own work 4. She sings two phrases at a time and lets the children repeat them 5. Then she sings the whole song and the children sing after her ASSIGNEED TOPICS METHOD ORFF – SCHULWERK ACTIVITIES -teacher or children decide the topic for subject matter Dr. Carl Orff is a German composer and conductor. His program is based on the belief that - child given freedom to build his own art work around his ideas suggested by topic music, speech and movement and inseparable and that music instruction should begin with - stimulates originality the simplest songs and concepts, then progress gradually to more complex levels. It - allows for aesthetic, personal, social group incorporates not only vocal creativity and improvisation but also the playing of melodies and patterns initially in the pentatonic scale using the percussion instrument he designed. CREATIVE EXPRESSION METHOD It involves: - teacher stimulates the child’s interest 1. Reciting lyrics with time - child chooses own ideas/subject matter 2. Using varied movements • freedom to create - pot sheen – tap and clap time signature • organizes and parts together his ideas his way to like it - marching, hopping, and jumping • content of each child’s work is different from others 3. Singing the song while performing different movements 4. Using instruments to accompany the song MUSIC 5. Using props WHOLE OR ENTIRE SONG METHOD KODALY METHOD This method is suitable for short songs; it can also be used to good advantage for songs with continuous melodic flow, where pauses are not easy to make because of continuity. The Kodály approach emphasizes the importance of learning how to sing on pitch. - The Teacher sings the whole song - It involves role learning of songs How is the Kodály Philosophy Taught? - It is used for short songs which are easy to remember 1. Rhythm symbols and syllables are utilized. 2. Hand signals (Solfege) are used to show tonal relationships. SING-A-LONG METHOD 3. The moveable "do" is practiced. The teacher sings the song once or twice and repeats this until the children pick up or sing 4. The musical material emphasized is the mother-tongue/folksong. along with her 5. Concepts are taught according to the child's learning development. - Follows regular steps: 6. Singing is the major instrument. All children can sing and be successful 1. Demonstration 2. Lecture 3. Integrative technique 4. Simulation SIGHT READING 5. Mastery learning 6. Performance Sight-reading is the reading and performing of a piece of written music, specifically when the performer has not seen it before. THE PHRASE METHOD Authors in music literature commonly use the term "sight-reading" generically for "the - The song is taught in parts or by phrase ability to read and produce both instrumental and vocal music at first sight ... the conversion - It involves imitation of note learning of musical information from sight to sound - Pupil learns in musical phrase at a time 1. The teaching sings the whole song once or twice 2. She explains the meaning of the song