Role of a teacher as a manger.

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Role of a teacher as a manger.

  1. 1. Role of a teacher as a manger. Who is a manager. What is his or her role.
  2. 2. Three phase of teaching as a manager  Pre-teaching  Teaching  Post teaching
  3. 3. Pre teaching  Analyzing the content.  Deciding on the portion of the content to be selected.  Deciding the instructional objectives on the basis of the level of the student their socio- cultural context time available.
  4. 4. Role of a teacher in the teaching phase  This is during the instructional time.
  5. 5. Role of a teacher in the post teaching phase.  Self examination and evaluation.
  6. 6. Co-curricular activities  It is not a new concept.  It is old as the educational system itself.  All round development mental, physical, psychological, spiritu al and vocational are there in it.
  7. 7. The need for co- curricular activities.  All round development of a student is possible only through this.  Library, laboratory, workshop, games and sports, music's, dance, etc.,
  8. 8. Types of co-curricular activities.  Literary activities.  Physical development activities  Aesthetic and cultural development activities  Civic development activities  Social welfare activities  Leisure time activities  Excursion etc,
  9. 9. Importance of co- curricular activities  1Educational value- here practical knowledge can be imparted through co-curricular activities.  2.Psychological value.  These activities act as agent for sublimation of the instincts.  Emotional health
  10. 10. To increase the interest of the students.  Recognition of individual difference.  3 development of social value.  4 development of civic value.  5. physical development value.  6. recreational value.  7.cultural value.
  11. 11. Organization of co-curricular activities in the school.  The learning experience of the student is improving through various co- curricular activities.
  12. 12. Organization of literary and cultural activities.  Literary activities are those activities which are related to literature.  Debate, elocution, recitation, writing articles, elite group visit, self made poem, dramatization news bulletin. 
  13. 13. Objectives of literary activities.  Express his /her feeling effectively.  Get exposure to various literary works.  Develop independent thinking  Trace reference related to a topic  Comprehend magazine article and edit them  Develop interest in supplementary reading  Collect article related to subject matter
  14. 14.  Develop skills of articulation, comprehension  Develop creative ability  Develop interest in literature.  Communicative skill.
  15. 15. Objectives of cultural activity  Develop effective expression.  Control their emotions  Develop creativity  Use leisure time properly  Build good character and personality
  16. 16. Principles underlying organization of co-curricular activities.  Atmosphere has to be democratic  Leadership should be proper and careful  Administration and supervision  Regularity  Advisor  Equipment.  record
  17. 17. Organization of physical education activities  Objectives.  Gain physical development  Get psychomotor development  Develop discipline  Inculcate in themselves team spirit  Develop leadership qualities  Develop social qualities
  18. 18. Principle underlying organization of activities.  Various games and sports have to selected according to their age.  To both boys and girls.  Students should be divided into various groups  Students have to encouraged in participating games.  In one week 4 period can be given for sports.
  19. 19. Role of a teacher in organizing co-curricular activities in a school.  Planner.  Leader  Innovator  Director  Organizer  Recorder and evaluator  Manager  Democratic style
  20. 20.  Advisor  Motivator  Communicator  coordinator
  21. 21. Difficulties faced in organizing co-curricular activities.  Difficulties faced by the students  Problem faced by the teacher,
  22. 22. How to over come the difficulties

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