SlideShare a Scribd company logo
EDUC 107 (Principles of Teaching 2)
Approaches and Methods
The Type Study Method
- The type study method is, in a reality, an inductive procedure except that only one case is studied.
But this case must be typical or representative of whatever it represents.
- For example, if students were to study the parts of the river system, it is not necessary to study many
river systems. Just one sufficient, but it must be representative of other rivers and must have all
part5s of a river system. Thus, the Pasig River would be typical or representative of the other rivers,
since it has a source, a mouth, tributary streams, and so on.
The steps of Type Study Method are:
1. Selection of the topic as a type to be studied- the selection of a typical case is crucial in the type of
study method. The case or topic must be representative of the group.it is the typical or average rather
than the exception that is needed.
2. Apperception and Motivation
3. Statement of a typical case
4. Study details
5. Comparing Details with model
6. Generalization
The Expository Method
- Expository means telling, explaining or interpreting. The expository method is used a great deal in
the lower grades, as there is much that needs explaining `
Expository Method consists of Three (3) steps:
1. Approach- the proper mind set may be established by recall of past experiences related to the present
lessons. The points to be explained must ne placed before the class.
2. Presentation- While explaining, it might be well for the teacher to make use of the following
principles:
a. Relate the new to previous experiences.
b. Teacher and class should have the same viewpoints of frame of reference regarding what is to be
explained.
c. Exposition means not only explaining but also interpreting.
d. Material should be organized so as to permit thinking.
e. To make explanation clear and effective, devices such as the following may be used: (1) analogies
and stories, (2) illustrations, (3) models, (4) diagrams, (5) demonstrations, and (6) outlines and
summaries to set facts in proper relationship.
3. Application- this step will show whether or not the students understood the explanation. It may be
implemented in the form of a test, creative work, or some other activities.

More Related Content

What's hot

teaching algebra revised
teaching algebra revisedteaching algebra revised
teaching algebra revised
Carlo Magno
 
Inductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
Inductive and deductive approach - ThiyaguInductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
Inductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
Thiyagu K
 

What's hot (20)

Bernoulli's Principle
Bernoulli's PrincipleBernoulli's Principle
Bernoulli's Principle
 
Inducto- deductive approach
Inducto- deductive approachInducto- deductive approach
Inducto- deductive approach
 
Concept attainment model
Concept attainment modelConcept attainment model
Concept attainment model
 
Deductive and inductive method ppt
Deductive and inductive method pptDeductive and inductive method ppt
Deductive and inductive method ppt
 
teaching algebra revised
teaching algebra revisedteaching algebra revised
teaching algebra revised
 
Inquiries investigations and_immersion_bernie
Inquiries investigations and_immersion_bernieInquiries investigations and_immersion_bernie
Inquiries investigations and_immersion_bernie
 
Approach and method of Pedagogy of English
Approach and method of Pedagogy of EnglishApproach and method of Pedagogy of English
Approach and method of Pedagogy of English
 
the laboratory teaching model
the laboratory teaching modelthe laboratory teaching model
the laboratory teaching model
 
Pedagogical analysis of contents of physical science
Pedagogical analysis of contents of physical sciencePedagogical analysis of contents of physical science
Pedagogical analysis of contents of physical science
 
Pedagogical analysis
Pedagogical analysisPedagogical analysis
Pedagogical analysis
 
Inductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
Inductive and deductive approach - ThiyaguInductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
Inductive and deductive approach - Thiyagu
 
The deductive, inductive and recitation method of teaching
The deductive,  inductive and recitation method of teachingThe deductive,  inductive and recitation method of teaching
The deductive, inductive and recitation method of teaching
 
Lecture cum demonstration method
Lecture cum demonstration methodLecture cum demonstration method
Lecture cum demonstration method
 
Inductive teaching
Inductive teachingInductive teaching
Inductive teaching
 
Inductive teaching
Inductive teachingInductive teaching
Inductive teaching
 
Pedagogical analysis in teaching mathematics
Pedagogical analysis in teaching mathematicsPedagogical analysis in teaching mathematics
Pedagogical analysis in teaching mathematics
 
Effective Pedagogy
Effective PedagogyEffective Pedagogy
Effective Pedagogy
 
Questions
QuestionsQuestions
Questions
 
Inductive Method
Inductive MethodInductive Method
Inductive Method
 
Herbartian approach
Herbartian approachHerbartian approach
Herbartian approach
 

Viewers also liked (12)

Pang uri
Pang uriPang uri
Pang uri
 
Pang abay sample
Pang abay samplePang abay sample
Pang abay sample
 
Asimilasyon,panghalip
Asimilasyon,panghalipAsimilasyon,panghalip
Asimilasyon,panghalip
 
Punto ng artikulasyon
Punto ng artikulasyonPunto ng artikulasyon
Punto ng artikulasyon
 
Pangngalan
PangngalanPangngalan
Pangngalan
 
Morpolohiya
MorpolohiyaMorpolohiya
Morpolohiya
 
Sitwasyong pangwika
Sitwasyong pangwikaSitwasyong pangwika
Sitwasyong pangwika
 
Pangungusap
PangungusapPangungusap
Pangungusap
 
Maikling banghay aralin
Maikling banghay aralinMaikling banghay aralin
Maikling banghay aralin
 
Detalyadong Banghay-Aralin sa Filipino V
Detalyadong Banghay-Aralin sa Filipino VDetalyadong Banghay-Aralin sa Filipino V
Detalyadong Banghay-Aralin sa Filipino V
 
Detailed lesson plan in filipino
Detailed lesson plan in filipinoDetailed lesson plan in filipino
Detailed lesson plan in filipino
 
Detailed Lesson Plan (ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, FILIPINO)
Detailed Lesson Plan (ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, FILIPINO)Detailed Lesson Plan (ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, FILIPINO)
Detailed Lesson Plan (ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, FILIPINO)
 

Similar to Educ 107

Bruner’s concept attainment model
Bruner’s concept attainment modelBruner’s concept attainment model
Bruner’s concept attainment model
NishaPandey42
 
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
Yasir Shafiq
 
Micro Teaching Skills
Micro Teaching SkillsMicro Teaching Skills
Micro Teaching Skills
Deepty Gupta
 
Introduction on thesis wri
Introduction on thesis wriIntroduction on thesis wri
Introduction on thesis wri
cyril coscos
 
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies andWidely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
Jolly Ray Bederico
 
Improved instructional practices
Improved instructional practicesImproved instructional practices
Improved instructional practices
Princess Lalwani
 

Similar to Educ 107 (20)

Teaching Strategies
Teaching StrategiesTeaching Strategies
Teaching Strategies
 
Methods of Teaching.pdf
Methods of Teaching.pdfMethods of Teaching.pdf
Methods of Teaching.pdf
 
Different approaches and methods
Different approaches and methodsDifferent approaches and methods
Different approaches and methods
 
Bruner’s concept attainment model
Bruner’s concept attainment modelBruner’s concept attainment model
Bruner’s concept attainment model
 
Lesson plan syallabus
Lesson plan syallabusLesson plan syallabus
Lesson plan syallabus
 
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
Advanced methods of teaching 110206221308-phpapp02
 
How to make a research paper
How to make a research paperHow to make a research paper
How to make a research paper
 
Teaching Approaches Methods andTechniques.pptx
Teaching Approaches Methods andTechniques.pptxTeaching Approaches Methods andTechniques.pptx
Teaching Approaches Methods andTechniques.pptx
 
INTRODUCTION TO TEACHER EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES
INTRODUCTION  TO  TEACHER  EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL  TECHNIQUESINTRODUCTION  TO  TEACHER  EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL  TECHNIQUES
INTRODUCTION TO TEACHER EDUCATION/ INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES
 
Social Models Unit-1_MTA.ppt
Social Models Unit-1_MTA.pptSocial Models Unit-1_MTA.ppt
Social Models Unit-1_MTA.ppt
 
154229478 module-1-principle-of-teaching
154229478 module-1-principle-of-teaching154229478 module-1-principle-of-teaching
154229478 module-1-principle-of-teaching
 
Micro Teaching Skills
Micro Teaching SkillsMicro Teaching Skills
Micro Teaching Skills
 
Principles of teaching i different aproaches and methods
Principles of teaching i different aproaches and methodsPrinciples of teaching i different aproaches and methods
Principles of teaching i different aproaches and methods
 
Introduction on thesis wri
Introduction on thesis wriIntroduction on thesis wri
Introduction on thesis wri
 
Advanced methods of teaching
Advanced methods of teachingAdvanced methods of teaching
Advanced methods of teaching
 
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies andWidely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
Widely applicable teaching models, instructional strategies and
 
BSCS THesis Ahimsa
BSCS THesis AhimsaBSCS THesis Ahimsa
BSCS THesis Ahimsa
 
Teaching method
Teaching methodTeaching method
Teaching method
 
Improved instructional practices
Improved instructional practicesImproved instructional practices
Improved instructional practices
 
Methods of teaching
Methods of teachingMethods of teaching
Methods of teaching
 

More from Hana Czarina Callo (6)

Pang abay-feb.28,2013
Pang abay-feb.28,2013Pang abay-feb.28,2013
Pang abay-feb.28,2013
 
Pandiwa
PandiwaPandiwa
Pandiwa
 
Lp filipino
Lp filipinoLp filipino
Lp filipino
 
Educ 101 group report
Educ 101 group reportEduc 101 group report
Educ 101 group report
 
Cognates
CognatesCognates
Cognates
 
Punto ng artikulasyon
Punto ng artikulasyonPunto ng artikulasyon
Punto ng artikulasyon
 

Educ 107

  • 1. EDUC 107 (Principles of Teaching 2) Approaches and Methods The Type Study Method - The type study method is, in a reality, an inductive procedure except that only one case is studied. But this case must be typical or representative of whatever it represents. - For example, if students were to study the parts of the river system, it is not necessary to study many river systems. Just one sufficient, but it must be representative of other rivers and must have all part5s of a river system. Thus, the Pasig River would be typical or representative of the other rivers, since it has a source, a mouth, tributary streams, and so on. The steps of Type Study Method are: 1. Selection of the topic as a type to be studied- the selection of a typical case is crucial in the type of study method. The case or topic must be representative of the group.it is the typical or average rather than the exception that is needed. 2. Apperception and Motivation 3. Statement of a typical case 4. Study details 5. Comparing Details with model 6. Generalization The Expository Method - Expository means telling, explaining or interpreting. The expository method is used a great deal in the lower grades, as there is much that needs explaining ` Expository Method consists of Three (3) steps: 1. Approach- the proper mind set may be established by recall of past experiences related to the present lessons. The points to be explained must ne placed before the class. 2. Presentation- While explaining, it might be well for the teacher to make use of the following principles: a. Relate the new to previous experiences. b. Teacher and class should have the same viewpoints of frame of reference regarding what is to be explained. c. Exposition means not only explaining but also interpreting. d. Material should be organized so as to permit thinking. e. To make explanation clear and effective, devices such as the following may be used: (1) analogies and stories, (2) illustrations, (3) models, (4) diagrams, (5) demonstrations, and (6) outlines and summaries to set facts in proper relationship. 3. Application- this step will show whether or not the students understood the explanation. It may be implemented in the form of a test, creative work, or some other activities.