SWOT & Lesson Plans

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SWOT & Lesson Plans

  1. 1. I am the king ofeverything y’ all!! Yeah right!! Whatever! Your so boring zZZZZZz!
  2. 2. WHAT WENT WRONG!!!
  3. 3. Maybe I could re-evaluate my methods
  4. 4. What is SWOT Analysis• SWOT analysis has been widely used as a problem-solving and project-planning tool. It can help you to focus on key issues of relevance to the project in hand.• However, the SWOT method can also be used in a personal context. When used in this way it can show us how to take full advantage of pupils talent and abilities.• It can help to uncover new learning opportunities and eliminate perceived threats in the learning environment
  5. 5. SUBJECT: MALAYSIAN STUDIES1- StrengthWhat is your strength?What is resources available to you?What are the benefits you have that would work for you?2-WeaknessWhat would work against you?How the students feel about the subject?How does time , day and venue impact your teaching3-OpportunityBased on the strengths and weakness what kind of opportunity do you see?How could the instructor be more creative?What kind of approach should the instructor use to tackle the students?4- ThreatsWould my method works?Would the students be confused?
  6. 6. ANALYSISSUBJECT: MALAYSIAN STUDIESStrength It is a compulsory subject without passing the subject it is impossible for student to graduateWeakness Student hate the subject, they feel coerce into taking the subject. Since they have learned this in school they have a pre-conceive idea that it is boring and repetitiveOpportunity The instructor have the opportunity to cultivate a creative learning environment by employing various learners centred methodThreats Students might not appreciate these learners centred method, after years of teachers centred learning students might appear to be lost and confused.

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