DEMONSTRATIONBy: Ronilyn I. Ruiz BSED          II-A
What is demonstration?It is “ a public showing and emphasizing of the salient merits, utility, efficiency of a product or...
Instances in Demonstration: There is an audience A process of speaking A process of showing a  product or a method or  ...
Guiding Principles in Using        Demonstration:Establish a rapport.Avoid the COIK ( Clear Only If Known).Watch for th...
In planning or preparing for   demonstration, Brown  suggests methodologicalprocedures by following this         question:...
Is there a better way to achieve your ends?Do you have access to all the necessary materials and equipment to make the d...
Several points to observe in      demonstration:Set the tone for good communication.Do not wander from the main ideas.C...
Do not drag out the demonstration.Summarize as you go along and provide a concluding summary.Hand out written materials...
Things to be considered in   evaluating classroom      demonstration:Was your demonstration adequately and skillfully pre...
Did you make use of additional materials appropriate to your purposes?Was the demonstration itself correct?Was your exp...
Could every person see or hear?Did you help students do their generalization?Did you take enough time to demonstrate th...
Did your students participate in what you were doing by asking thoughtful question at the appropriate time?Did your eval...
Advantages of Demonstration:    It Promotes peer learning and     creates synergy (basically getting a     better outcome...
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  1. 1. DEMONSTRATIONBy: Ronilyn I. Ruiz BSED II-A
  2. 2. What is demonstration?It is “ a public showing and emphasizing of the salient merits, utility, efficiency of a product or an article.(according to Webster’s International Dictionary)In teaching it is showing how a thing is done and emphasizing of the salient merits, utility and efficiency of a concept, a method or a process or an
  3. 3. Instances in Demonstration: There is an audience A process of speaking A process of showing a product or a method or proofs.
  4. 4. Guiding Principles in Using Demonstration:Establish a rapport.Avoid the COIK ( Clear Only If Known).Watch for the key points.
  5. 5. In planning or preparing for demonstration, Brown suggests methodologicalprocedures by following this question:What are the objectives?How does your class stand with respect to these objectives?
  6. 6. Is there a better way to achieve your ends?Do you have access to all the necessary materials and equipment to make the demonstration?Are you familiar with the sequence and content of the proposed demonstration?Are the time limits realistic?
  7. 7. Several points to observe in demonstration:Set the tone for good communication.Do not wander from the main ideas.Check to see that your demonstration is being understood.Do not hurry your demonstration.
  8. 8. Do not drag out the demonstration.Summarize as you go along and provide a concluding summary.Hand out written materials at the conclusion.
  9. 9. Things to be considered in evaluating classroom demonstration:Was your demonstration adequately and skillfully prepared? Did you select demonstration skills or ideas? Were the desired behavioral outcomes clear?Did you follow the step-by-step plan?
  10. 10. Did you make use of additional materials appropriate to your purposes?Was the demonstration itself correct?Was your explanation simple enough so that most of the students understood easily?Did you keep checking to see that all your students were concentrating on what you were doing?
  11. 11. Could every person see or hear?Did you help students do their generalization?Did you take enough time to demonstrate the key points?Did you review and summarize your key points?
  12. 12. Did your students participate in what you were doing by asking thoughtful question at the appropriate time?Did your evaluation of student learning indicate that your demonstration achieved its purpose?
  13. 13. Advantages of Demonstration:  It Promotes peer learning and creates synergy (basically getting a better outcome with groups than what would have been produced with one individual).  Promotes critical thinking.

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