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g. pratical method for psychomotor objective To relate with Pupils' Abilities E. To relate with the Lesson Subject To relate with the Lesson Objective E. grouping method for heterogenous pupils E. master learning for integrative approach To relate with the Type of Teaching and Learning Activity E. Science. questioning techinique for consolidation activity .g.g. expository and demonstration method for teacher-centred strategy E.g.Briefly explain 6 criteria taken into consideration when deciding teaching methods and technique. methods used would be inquirydiscovery.g. demonstration etc To relate with Teaching Approaches To relate with Teaching Strategies E.g.

facial expression. guide pupils to act and record main points of the story) . Planning and Organization (Objective. intonation. story writing & role play). dolls. • Provide an effective set induction and organise suitable seating arrangement. • A teacher evaluates the effectiveness of story telling and provide follow-up activities (discussion. • Use effective communicative skills (intonation & tone). question insertion) Principles and Guidelines Stages of Teaching-Learning Activities Closure (Questioning. conducive classroom situation) Implementation (Set induction. summary. • Use clear audible tone and words. discussion. • Conduct a question & answer session. • A teacher memorises the important parts & provide teaching aids (words. puppets & pictures cards). story content.Story Telling • Use an interesting and suitable story. teaching aids. teaching aids.

members voiced out their opinions. Wind-up Stage: Groups are dissolved.Discussion Method 1. Planning Stage: Topic determination based on the learning objectives and students’ interest. comments given and pupils record them. 4. group division. 3. . Discussion Stage: Encouragement given by the chairman. 5. tables and chairs are arranged. secretary presented their discussion. 2. Introduction Stage: Explanation on the discussion’ aims. guidance given by teacher. secretary takes notes. Conclusion Stage: Summarisation by the teacher. chairman and secretary appointed. guidance given by teacher.

Brainstorming Preliminary Stage • Introduce discussion topic/problem • Explain the aim of discussion • Explain the procedures for discussion • Divide pupils into several buzz groups Discussion Stage Evaluation and conclusion stage • Chairman leads and directs discussion • Group members contribute ideas for possible solutions • Secretary takes down ideas suggested • Secretary of each group present the summary in front of the class • Teacher guides pupils to make evaluation and conclusion • Pupils record consensus opinion .

ask the pupils to repeat the demonstration if time permits) After (Consolidation &Reinforcement) (Discuss about the important parts and aims of the discussion. use questioning technique. repeat demonstration if pupils in doubt. objective & content determined. equipment & apparatus prepared. teacher informs about the aim & focus of the activity) During (Implementation) (Teacher should face the pupils. ensure all pupils give full attention. place arrangement arranged. precautions taken. carry out a consolidation activity) .Demonstration Principle: Before (Planning) (Topic.

5. Guidance is given by teacher before the process begins. 4.Problem Solving Principle: 1. 3. Discussion on various ways to solve the problem with pupils. Problem-solving questions are given to pupils after they acquired the relevant knowledge skills. The pupils should carry out the process by themselves. Teacher avoids the use of demonstration method. 2. . Problems are based on the pupils’ ability & previous knowledge.