Lesson 11

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Lesson 9 Teaching with Dramatized Experiences

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Lesson 9 Teaching with Dramatized Experiences

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The lesson focuses on the importance of dramatizing in the teaching-learning process. Dramatized experiences leave an emotional impact to our students in a way that if our discussion is to motivated and inspire them. Using the different types of dramatization such as role-playing, pageants, tableau, pantomine, puppets, and games, our students get attracted, interested, and affected. Let us always put in our mind that our objective is to help our students attain the total learning and to help them develop their personality.

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Lesson 8 Teaching with Contrived Experiences

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This lesson is all about how contrive experiences contributes to the teaching-learning process. Contrive experiences are miniature or edited copies of real-life situations used as a substitute in real things if it is not feasible to bring or do inside the classroom. These includes model, mock-ups, simulation, specimen, and games.

Contrive experiences aim to overcome limitation of space and time, edit reality for us to be able to focus on parts of a system that we intend to study, overcome difficulties of size, understand inaccessible, and help learner understand abstractions.

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Lesson 7 Direct Purposeful Experiences

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According to Dale's Cone of Experience, direct purposeful experiences have great impact in the teaching-learning process. It leaves a big marks to student's learning. Direct purposeful experiences are firsthand experiences which are the foundation of learning. They are very rich experiences that are being perceived by our senses and used in constructing ideas and concepts. Its implication to the teaching-learning process is to give student our students opportunities to learn by doing. Let us immerse our students in the world of experience. Another is let us make use of real things as instructional materials for as long as we can. Let us also help the students develop the five senses to heighten their sensitivity to the world. And lastly we should also guide our students so that they can draw meaning from their firsthand experiences and to elevate their level of thinking.

The teacher should not only stuck to the concrete but rather bring up the students to higher level of generalization, abstraction and higher level of thinking process.

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Lesson 6 Using and Evaluating IMs

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This lesson focuses on the instructional materials that are engage in learning. Models of facilitating learning consists of establishing learning objective, assessing learner's entry capabilities, designing, selecting, implementing learning activities and evaluating progress toward learning objectives.

Using appropriate instructional materials, methods, and experiences as well as learning instructions - directly or indirectly will help the student in the learning process. Concrete and abstract materials help students design and create meaningful ideas to improve their creativity and higher thinking skills.

To ensure effective teaching, teacher should prepare himself, prepare his students, present the material, and follow-up or solicit feed backs from his students if learning objectives are attained or not. Prepare yourself, be prepare and have the mastery of your subject matter. Prepare your student by unlocking their difficulties by motivating them using activities which will encourage them to participate in the class and establish good relationship between teacher and the student. Present the materials. Materials should be appropriate and suitable for the learner's educational needs. follow-up or solicit feed backs is one way of knowing if your student learn or not. Evaluation helps both teacher and the student in a way that the teacher can make some adjustments if the students have difficulty in the lesson and do appropriate remedial measures or actions if necessary.

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