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GGGE2213

(MICRO TEACHING)/
Pengajaran Mikro

GGGE2213
MD YUSOFF DAUD
E-mail: myd@ukm.my
Hp: 0196522254

Just see How computer help student to


understand chemistry??????

Strong Acid and Weak acid


(HCl Vs HF)

GE2213: Micro Teaching


Whats Microteaching?
Microteaching is a teaching method
whereby the teacher reviews a videotape
of the lesson after each session, in order
to conduct a "post-mortem".
Teachers find out what has worked, which
aspects have fallen short, and what needs
to be done to enhance their teaching
technique

GE2213: Introduction

The core of this experience is the


presentation of 10 minute or/ 30
minute for exp micro lessons by each
participant. When one participant
presents the lesson as the instructor,
the other participants become the
students for that lesson. A timer is
used to keep to the STRICTLY
ENFORCED 10 minute time limit

GE2213: Introduction

Please dont be offended if you are


cut off; it will be necessary to keep to
the time limit so that everyone might
participate fully
Because this time limit is strictly
enforced, it might be very helpful for
you actually to practice and time
yourself before you arrive.

GE2213: Introduction

Please DO NOT try and cram an


entire body of knowledge into 10
minutes; this is designed to
provide a quick snapshot into
your teaching methodology.
The goal is to provide a sample of a
teaching method or style in order to
get a fresh perspective on it from your
learners.

Micro Teaching Preparation


Your topic:
Choose a teaching topic that you
are comfortable with in order to
focus on a particular teaching
method, how to deliver, how to
asking question, gesture, etc..
(refer evaluation form)

Micro Teaching Preparation


Your lesson objectives:
Think about and be able to articulate what
you want your students to learn from your
lesson (e.g., facts, concepts, skills, and/or
values) and how your teaching
methodology might work to fulfill your
objectives
Think about integration of technology/ICT

Micro Teaching Preparation


What you want feedback on.
You can specify to the group what you
would like them to focus on.
For example, you may wish to have
overall, general feedback or perhaps
you might wish for the group to simply
attend to a specific issue, such as how
you use questions or reinforcement with
students.

Implementation
Discuss the content, the writing of the lesson
plan, teaching aids and teaching strategies to be
used in the practical or lab sessions
According to the specified schedule, the lesson
plan MUST BE GIVEN to the lecturer before the
teaching session.
Every groups (3 students/group) choose any
topic in the Syllabus of Biology, form 4 & 5
(negotiation with your lecturer)

Implementation
During the micro/macro teaching session:
1 sub topic to be taught using the experiment method
1 sub topic to be taught using the demonstration
method
1 sub topic to be taught using the group work method

When micro teaching is going on, there are


three role of student
1 student act as a teacher
1 student act as an evaluator
The rest of group will play the role of student

Implementation
Place your lab needs (instruments,
apparatus, chemicals etc) one week in
advanced using the BORANG
PESANAN from the lab. Submit the form
to the Lab Assistant.
The Lab Assistant In-Charges Officer
Puan Azizan Hamzah

GE2213: Schedule
Name
(Group 1)
Topic:
----------------

Microteaching
(5 minutes)
Intro and set
induction)

Microteaching
(10 minutes)
White board,
monitoring..

Microteaching
(5minutes)
Questioning
technique ..

Microteaching
(5 minuters)
Conclusion
and feedback

Student
1

Exp

Student
2

Demo

Student
3

Groups
work

Group 2

MICRO TEACHING (25%)

Discuss: content, writing the lesson


plan,
teaching
aids,
teaching
strategies to be used in the practical
or lab sessions.
Follow specified schedule (Lesson
plan must be given to the lecturer
before the teaching session).
Micro teaching: starts on the 8th
week
All of you can choose any topic from
Form 4 or 5 Biology syllabus
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continue

(MICRO TEACHING)

Each
group
(3
students)
must
cooperate to identify 3 practical sub
topics:

1 topic: using experimentation method


1 topic: using demonstration method
1 topic: using group work method

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continue

(MICRO TEACHING)

During the practical or lab session:


1 student will teach using the experiment
method
1 student will teach using the demonstration
method
1 student will teach using the group work
method

when micro teaching is going on, there are three


role of students:
1 teacher
1 evaluator (use the specific evaluation forms
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provided in the lab)

Lesson Plan
(for example: give full cooperation in groups
discussion..)
Thinking skills (from critics and creative
model- refer PPK)
Teaching methods (demo, lecture group
discussion..)
Teaching aids (handout video reaction/
more specifics
Hypothesis ( .)
References (refer UKM style)

Lesson Plan
Topic (from semester plan)
Subtopic (from weekly and daily plan..)
Main Concept ( in general..)
Key Words (highlight main words..)
Aim (students know in general..)
Learning Objectives. (spesific,
measureable timeframe)
Noble Value (one or two noble value..

LESSON PLAN FORMAT

Date
Day
Time
Class
Topic
Sub-topic
Main concepts
Key words
Aims/goals
Learning
objectives
Noble values

Critical and creative thinking


skill
Teaching method
Teaching aids
Previous knowledge
References (Refer UKM
Styles)
Content and teaching
procedures:
Introduction (set Induction)
Developments
Closure
Conclusion
Self evaluation
Supervisors Comment
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Content and Teaching Procedures


5 Columns (Steps/Content/Procedure/
teachers Classroom language and
material/notes)
Steps
Contents
Procedure (What to do)
Teachers Classroom Language (Very
important what to speak and how to
speak..)

How To Prepare Teaching Aids

Power Point Presentation


Interactive Presentation
Animated presentation
Hyperlinks
Flash File
Execute file
Interactive Question templates

Presentation..

Animation of electrolysis (by mouse click)


Animation of electrolysis (run automatic)
http://www.lenntech.com/periodic-chart.htm
http://www.creative-chemistry.org.uk/funstuff
/xword/acids.htm
(interactive quiz or puzzle )

REFERENCES

Chiappetta, E.L., Koballa, T.R. & Collette, A.T. 1998. Science


Instruction in The Middle and Secondary Schools (4th
ed). Ohio: Prentice Hall.
Curriculum
Development
Center.
2004.
Integrated
curriculum
for
secondary
schools:
surriculum
specifications: Chemistry form four. Ministry of Education
Malaysia.
Low Swee Neo, Lim Yean Ching, Eng Nguan Hong, Lim Eng Wah
dan Umi Kalthom Ahmad. 2005. Chemistry
form 4:
integrated curriculum for secondary school. PJ: Abadi
Ilmu Sdn. Bhd.
Low Swee Neo, Lim Yean Ching, Eng Nguan Hong, Lim Eng Wah
dan Umi Kalthom binti Ahmad. 2005. Chemistry form 4:
integrated curriculum for secondary school. Petaling Jaya:
Abadi Ilmu Sdn. Bhd
Osborne, R. ad Freyberg, P. (1985) Learning in science: the
implications of children learning science. Hong Kong:
Heinemann
.other relevant materials
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PROJECT (15%)
Every group to produce any
material related to the given topic
Examples: teaching
aids/materials, module, ICT, etc.
related to the topic
Prepare the manual that introduce
about the materials
Submission: Week 12

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