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Copy of Lesson 10:Demonstration in Teaching

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5.Are you familiar with the sequence and content of the proposed demonstration?
Guiding principles using demonstration as a teaching and learning experience.
Lesson 10:Demonstration in Teaching
"Good demonstration is good communication."
Demonstration = is showing how a thing is done emphasizing the salient merits, utility and efficiency of a concept , a method or a process or an attitude.
By: Edgar Dale (1969)
1. Establish rapport.
2. Avoid the COIK fallacy (clear if known)
3. Watch for key points.
Guidelines question for planning and preparing for demonstration.
By: Brown (1969)
1. What are our objectives?
2. How does your class stand with respect to these objectives?
3. Is there a better way to achieve your ends?
4. Do you have access to all the necessary materials and equipment to make the demonstration?
5. Are you familiar with the sequence and content of the proposed demonstration?
6. Are the time limits realistic?
Several points to observe during the demonstration by Dale (1969)
1. Set the tone for good communication.
2. Keep your demonstration simple.
3. Do not wander from the main ideas.
4. Check to see that your demonstration is being understood.
5. Do not hurry your demonstration .
6. Do not drag out the demonstration.
7. Summarize as you go along and provide a concluding summary.
8. Hand out written materials at the conclusion
To know what is the demonstration mean;
and how should it be done to make it work
Thankyou
and
Prepared by:
Mailyn C. Laidan
GODBLESS
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