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Models of Teaching Methods

Models of Teaching Methods

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this is about the models of teaching methods which includes- think inductively by hilda taba,concept attainment, contructivism , cybernetics,advanced organizer,role play. it will surely benefit you..
this is about the models of teaching methods which includes- think inductively by hilda taba,concept attainment, contructivism , cybernetics,advanced organizer,role play. it will surely benefit you..

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06/11/2014

 
MODELS OF TEACHINGMETHODS
 COMPILED BY
 
Tushti Sharma 
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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INTRODUCTION.2OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHING MODELS 3DESCRIBING THE MODELS ……………...5 THE INDUCTIVE THINKING MODEL8 THE CONCEPT ATTAINMENT MODEL ……..15ADVANCE ORGANIZERS MODEL …………………………………………20ROLE PLAYING MODEL ………………..26CYBERNETIC’S MODEL ……………………………………………………33CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY …………………………………………….`38BIBLIOGRAPHY . …………………………………………….……………45
INTRODUCTION
Approaches are learning theories which will be applied when delivering subjectmatter. Methods are a set of teachers’ systemic action to reach learning objectives ina limited time frame; it includes procedures based on approaches. Techniques are themanipulation of the method to optimize learning, for example, exercises in classpertaining to a subject matter. A teacher, therefore, is free to construct a teaching
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method based on an approach. The relationship between approaches, methods andtechniques delivers model. Models will explicate teaching methods and strategies, which are in turn based on teaching approaches (Kamaruddin, 1993). Teaching models prescribe tested steps and procedures to effectively generate desiredoutcomes. The number of emerging models and the ones that have emerged isuncountable. Each emerging new model either explores a new approach or attemptsa modification of the conventional ones as to cater the uniqueness of individuals.Most importantly, any teaching model should optimize learning experiences to theneeds of each learner by carefully exploring the learning problems and offeringtailored assistance.
OVERVIEW OF THE TEACHING MODELS
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INDUCTIVE THINKING
 The ability to create concepts is generally regarded as one of the basic thinking skills. The model presented here is from the work of Hilda Taba names for concepts; and toexplore ways of becoming more skillful at discovering and organizing information andat creating and testing hypotheses describing relationships among sets of data. Themodel has been used in a wide variety of curriculum areas and with students of allages.
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