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5 e model report

  1. 1. 1962 J. Myron Atkin Robert Karplus 3 Key Elements of Effective Learning Cycle concept introduction concept application exploration
  2. 2. EXPLORATION Allowed the learners to get interested in the subject, ask questions, and identify points of dissatisfaction with their current understanding.
  3. 3. CONCEPT INTRODUCTION The presentation of a new concept or new ideas/terms to your learners.
  4. 4. CONCEPT APPLICATION Provide the learners with opportunities to apply their ideas and learning and apply them in new pieces of context.
  5. 5. 5E Model Biological Sciences Curriculum Study 1987 Promotes collaborative, active learning through asking questions, analyzing, interpreting, evaluation and drawing of conclusions.
  6. 6. 5E Model It is more effective when: • The learners are encountering new concepts for the first time because there is an opportunity for a complete learning cycle. • It is used in a unit for 2 to 3 weeks in each phase as the basis for one or more distinct lesson.
  7. 7. 5E Model Engage Explore Explain Elaborate Evaluate
  8. 8. STAGE WHAT THE TEACHER DOES SAMPLE STRATEGIES/ ACTIVITIES Engage • Determine the learners’ prior knowledge and knowledge gaps • Foster an interest in the upcoming concepts • Prepare the learners to learn new concepts • Introduce topic for the first time • Asking questions • The learners write down what they already know about the topic • KWL Chart (Know, Wants to Learn, Ultimately learned) • Maps of conceptual change
  9. 9. STAGE WHAT THE TEACHER DOES SAMPLE STRATEGIES/ ACTIVITIES Explore • Allow the learners to actively explore the new concept through concreate learning experience • Guide the learners in going through the scientific method • Let the learners make observation and share findings to their peers • Laboratory experiments • Scientific method drills • Hands – on activities • Performance tasks • Field work
  10. 10. STAGE WHAT THE TEACHER DOES SAMPLE STRATEGIES/ ACTIVITIES Explain • Facilitate discussion and synthesis of new knowledge • Have learners ask questions for clarification • Have the learners share their insights and feelings about the activity in the explore stage • Discuss scientific terms and concepts • Utilize videos, multimedia software, games or other tools to boost understanding of concepts and science processes • Interactive discussion • Viewing clips, documentaries • Reading online discussions and materials like khan academy, online encyclopedias • Taking computer – assisted interactive games
  11. 11. STAGE WHAT THE TEACHER DOES SAMPLE STRATEGIES/ ACTIVITIES Elaborate • Give the learners space and opportunity to apply what they have learned • Ask the learners to create presentations or conduct additional investigations to reinforce skills • Allow the learners to establish knowledge before evaluation • Creating digital or print infographics to illustrate learning • Creating slide presentations • Jigsaw discussions • Fishbowl discussions
  12. 12. STAGE WHAT THE TEACHER DOES SAMPLE STRATEGIES/ ACTIVITIES Evaluate • Conduct formal and informal assessments to check the learners content and performance mastery • Observe the learners to see whether they have a complete grasp of core concepts • Note how the learners approach problems • Recognize that there are multiple ways to approach and solve a problem • Self – assessments • Peer assessments • Paper and pen tests • Objective tests • Performance tasks • Game – based exams
  13. 13. TEACHING DEMONSTRATION IN THE APPLICATION OF THE 5E MODEL OF INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING

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