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Differences Among Approach,Method/Strategy,Technique and Sty

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Differences Among Approach,Method/Strategy,Technique and Styles
Approach
*An enlightened viewpoint of teaching
*Provides sound and orientation to the whole process of teaching
*Embraces the entire spectrum of the process such as:


Method/Strategy
Method/Strategy refers to an organized,orderly,systematic,well-planned procedure.
- is implementation...
- is a procedural variation...
4 QUESTION TO ASK YOURSELF
-KNOW YOURSELF: How do you learn ?
-How do you teach?
-How do your student learn?
-How can you accommodate learning styles
Technique
Two Categories Organization of Materials
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Logical Organization
aims to facilitate the recall or location and use of facts,ideas,materials,and procedures,etc;
-Psychological Organization
is designed to facilitate learning of new things
STYLES
a coordinated collection of ideas and techniques (Grasha,1999)
Inductive and Deductive Method
Induction-process of arriving a given generalization
Deductive Method-general to specific
Lecture Method
a. Outlining technique
b. Component technique
c. Sequential technique
d. Relevance technique
e. Transitional technique
Discussion Method
REPORTING METHOD
A.Unit or Morrisonian technique
B.Individual or Group Reporting
C.Reading or story telling
D.Schematic Technique
E.Symposium Technique
Investigatory method
A.Laboratory Technique
B.Problem Solving technique
C.Research technique
D.Field Study technique
E.Experimenting Technique
Activity Method
A.Project technique
B.field trip technique
D.Dramatization technique
E.Role-playing technique
F.Brain Storming
G.Debate tecnique

Self-pacing Method

A.Programmed Instruction

B.Mastery Learning

C.Modular Learning Technique
Demonstration method
A.Teacher-directed technique
B.Student-directed technique
C.Teacher-Student directed technique
D.Resource speaker-directed technique
a. Small group discussion technique
b. Socialized classroom discussion technique
c. Direct instruction or classroom teaching technique
d.Panel Discussion technique
e.Recitation Technique
f.Interview technique

Integrated Method

A. Lecture-Discussion

B.Lecture-Demonstration

C. Film-Showing Discussion

D.Reporting Discussion

E.Inductive-Decutive Technique
Traditional Method
Text book learning

Role-learning technique

Directed technique

Memorization

The 2x4x8 concept of teaching
IMPROVED INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES
DISCOVERY APPROACH

CONCEPTUAL APPROACH

PROCESS APPROACH

INQUIRY APPROACH

UNIFIED APPROACH

PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION

MODULAR INSTRUCTION

TEAM TEACHING
The best teacher
knows the
SCIENCE
of teaching
Science teaching Strategies
Think-pair Share
Telephone
Think-Pair Circles
Fishbone
find the fib
Four Corners
CROWN
Gallery Walk
Luck of the Draw
Reciprocal teaching
Paired verbal Fluency
JIGSAW
Idea Spinner
Science Teaching Statgies
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