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Teaching Techniques

Over the long history of education, these teaching techniques have risen above others in their ability to make teachers more effective. They can be used for teaching most any subject. For best results, learn one at a time and practice using it before moving on to the next one.

Teaching Techniques

Over the long history of education, these teaching techniques have risen above others in their ability to make teachers more effective. They can be used for teaching most any subject. For best results, learn one at a time and practice using it before moving on to the next one.

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  • 1 Lesson structure
  • 2 Interest and involvement
  • 3 Promoting deeper thinking
  • 4 Cooperation and teamwork
  • 5 Challenge and support
  • 6 Increasing understanding
  • 7 Memorizing information

A 3-column chart used during each part of a lesson shows what students Know …

venn diagram

Students identify similarities and differences between two things by listing certain features in a …

Students use a chart that puts the main events of a story in order …

demonstrating

Demonstrating, also known as “modeling,” can help students understand what a teacher wants …

reflection

After a lesson, students may use reflection to reinforce the concepts they have just …

active participation

Physical movement is a great way to get students involved in a lesson.< ...

cooperative learning

Cooperative learning encourages students to take the lead and learn from one another when …

cues and clues

If a student has trouble answering a question, an instructor can use tips, information …

direct instruction

Here is how you can teach students about a new topic by talking to …

Feedback

The two types of feedback are praise and suggestions for improvement.

group response

Group response, or “choral response,” happens when a teacher asks a question and …

i do we do you do

I Do, We Do, You Do is a helpful pattern to follow when teaching …

hands on

Children naturally learn by interaction with objects or living things.

demonstrating tamil

Seyalmurai Vilakkam, engindra “modeling”, maanavargalukku aaciriyargal thankalidam enna edhirpaarkirargal enpadhai puria veipadhatkum, aaciriyargalin vaymoli arivurai padi porutkalai inaittal pondra katpikkum muraiyai thaan indha kaanoliyil kaankirom. Demonstrating, also known as “modeling,” can help students understand what a teacher wants from them. Showing students how to do something should be paired with verbal instruction to teach a […]

cooperative learning tamil

Kooturavu kattral maanavargalukku munnani edukka mattrum ceru kulukkalil vevveru nadavadikkaigal seyyum podhu oruvaridam irundhu mattroruvar kattrukkollavum ookuvikkiradhu. Indha kaanoli kooturavu kattralai eppadi thirampada payanpadutha vendum enpadhai kaatugiradhu. Cooperative learning encourages students to take the lead and learn from one another when doing different activities in small groups. This video shows how to use cooperative learning […]

active participation tamil

Udal eyatkam enpathu maanavargalai paadathil eedupadutha oru cerandha valiyaagum. Oru thalaippai kattruththarum podhu seyalil pangetpu enpadhai eppadi payanpadutha vendum endru ingae oru cela valigalil ariyappadugirathu. Physical movement is a great way to get students involved in a lesson. Here are a few ways to use active participation when you teach any topic. The Tamil translation […]

cues and clues tamil

Kelvigalukku vidai alippadhil maanavargalukku thadumaattram etpattal, aaciriyar cila aalosanaigalaiyum thagaval kurippugalaiyum koduppaar, alladhu sariyaana vidaiyai kandariya avargalai thoonduvaar. Indha kaanoliyil erandu vagaiyaana kurippugalaiyum thadayangalaiyum, adhai eppadi paadaththil payanpadutha vendum enpadhaiyum ariyappogirom. If a student has trouble answering a question, an instructor can use tips, information, or prompting to help them come to the answer on […]

introduction

The introduction is a vital part of any lesson you teach. There are three key parts that make up a good introduction.

When a student or group of students encounters a problem, have them use the four-step problem solving method to overcome it. The four steps can be repeated until a solution is found.

Every lesson has three specific parts: the introduction, the new information, and the review …

Every lesson has three specific parts: the introduction, the new information, and the review …

Introduction

The introduction is an essential part of every lesson.

New Information

The new information is the middle part of each lesson.

Review

The review phase of the lesson occurs at the end of the lesson. < ...

Question and Answer

Questions can get students to think more deeply.

Students share what they already know about the lesson topic.

tamil

Porul unaraamal paadam edupathai vida, andha paadathai maanavargal kelvigalai elupuvathan moolam arivathu ciranthathu.

In this example, the Question and Answer method is used to teach literacy.< ...

Problem Solving

This process can be used to guide students through any kind of problem.< ...

The teacher gives students time to think before answering.

retelling

Students think about and share what they learned.

prediction

Students make predictions about what might happen in the lesson.

Students restate the main ideas in as few words as possible.

Three levels of practice help students get maximum benefit from a lesson.

Help a student progress until they can succeed on their own.

The teacher gives a sentence with words missing, and students fill them in.< ...

Use repetition to memorize small pieces of information.

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hands on

Children naturally learn by interaction with objects or living things.

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