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Integrated Method (Fwr) (1)

Integrated Method (Fwr) (1)

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Integrated Method
Basically refers to the method of teaching wherein various styles are incorporated toeach other in a way that should boost the learning experience that is to be imparted.
Allows students to make natural connections between content areas without beinglimited by artificial boundaries. In doing so, students construct their own meaning anddevelop skills they will need in the workplace.Integrated Method involves one or all of the following:
Examining a topic from different points of view (disciplines)
Placing greater emphasis on projects
Encouraging students to recognize the relationships among and between concepts
Using thematic units as organizing principles
Flexible schedules
Flexible student groupings1.1 Lecture/Discussion
 
L
ecture-Discussion (teaching lecture)
, the instructor plans and delivers an oralpresentation in a manner that allows some participation by the students and helpsdirect them toward the desired learning outcomes.
 
T
hree-pronged strategy
 
Includes careful organization of :
 
the source material
 
student interaction in lecture
 
discussion on section activities.
 
S
teps:
 
Divide the class into small groups of about 4-6 members
 
Maximizes interaction and participation
 
Provide for a try-out to check whether the students can apply the so-calledgroup dynamics
 
Present a problem
 
Exchange of ideas
 
T
olerance and respect for others opinions
 
Democratic procedures in consensus
 
G
ive pointers on how to conduct group discussion properly
 
Insertion of small lectures
 
Present a problem that will really be a good material for active group discussion
 
 
W
ould encourage critical thinking
 
H
ave a sharing period when the different groups give their own answer to thequestion
 
T
eacher as mediator
 
C
onduct a lecture session to make the answers to the question clear to thestudents
 
Further clarification
A
dvantages Disadvantages
-presents information (no need forresearch) with opinionateddiscussions (not found in books)-motor skills can seldom be learnedby listening to a lecture and even agroup discussion-can supplement other teachingmethods-conflict of ideas-economical -time consuming-encourages critical thinking1.2 Lecture/Demonstration
 
T
his method of teaching is based on the simple, yet sound principle that we learn bydoing with the background of what is to be done.
 
T
he typical setting found on clinical grounds.
 
Phases
 
Lecture
 
Explanation
 
Demonstration
 
Performance and
S
upervision
 
Evaluation
A
dvantages Disadvantages
-discussion through application -time consuming

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