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Teaching style

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It is for the teachers to understand that their teaching style is how much important for the career of students. Adopting the traditional style teacher-centered instruction is not appropriate for today's requirement of industry.

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Teaching style

  1. 1. you can make or break
  2. 2. Traits are required in job market  Leadership  Analytical skills  Problem solving skills  Teamwork  Communication skills  Creativity  Passion/interest in industry  Integrity
  3. 3. Student’s Role
  4. 4. Enrich vocabulary for effective communication
  5. 5. Debate Role Play Oral Presentation Situational Dialogue Seminar Group Discussion Acquire LSRW skills through:
  6. 6. Advisor Organizer FacilitatorGuide Motivator Evaluator Teacher should acts as an:
  7. 7. Teacher-centered
  8. 8. When considering their approach to instruction, teachers are always looking for the method that is most beneficial for all students. Teachers want their students to enjoy the learning process, and they want the classroom to be orderly and controlled
  9. 9. As a result, the debate of teacher-centered vs. student-centered education has been in the forefront of educators’ minds for many years
  10. 10. Though many people have a specific idea of which type of education is best, there are both advantages and disadvantages to each approach
  11. 11. In teacher-centered education, students put all of their focus on teacher. The teacher talks, while the students exclusively listen
  12. 12. During activities, students work alone, and collaboration is discouraged
  13. 13. Teacher-centered instruction
  14. 14. When education is teacher- centered, the classroom remains orderly Students are quite, and the teacher retains full control of the classroom and its activities
  15. 15. Because students learn on their own, they learn to be independent and make their own decisions
  16. 16. Because the teacher directs all classroom activities, they don’t have to worry that students will miss an important topic
  17. 17. When students work alone, they don’t learn to collaborate with other students, and communication may suffer
  18. 18. Teacher-centered instruction can get boring for students. Their minds may wander, and they may miss important facts
  19. 19. Teacher-centered instruction doesn’t allow students to express themselves, ask questions and direct their own learning
  20. 20. Student-centered Instruction
  21. 21. When a classroom operates with student-centered instruction, students and instructors share the focus. Instead of listening to the teacher exclusively, students and teacher interact equally.
  22. 22. Group work is encouraged, and students learn to collaborate and communicate with one other
  23. 23. Student-centered Instruction
  24. 24. Students learn important communicative and collaborative skills through group work
  25. 25. Students learn to direct their own learning, ask questions and complete tasks independently
  26. 26. Students are more interested in learning activities when they can interact with one another and participate actively
  27. 27. Because students are talking, classrooms are often busy, noisy and chaotic
  28. 28. Teachers must attempt to manage all students’ activities at once, which can be difficult when students are working on different stages of the same project
  29. 29. Because the teacher doesn’t deliver instruction to all students at once, some students may miss important facts.
  30. 30. Some students prefer to work alone, so group work can become problematic
  31. 31. Decision making
  32. 32. In recent years, more teachers have moved toward a student- centered approach
  33. 33. However, some students maintain that teacher-centered education is the more effective strategy
  34. 34. In most cases, it is best for teachers to use a combination of approaches to ensure that all student needs are met. When both approaches are used together students can enjoy the positives of both types of education
  35. 35. Instead of getting bored with teacher-centered education or losing sight of their goals in as completely student-centered classroom, pupils can benefit from a well-balanced educational atmosphere
  36. 36. But remember…….
  37. 37. Any approach you may adopt but you have to produce “Leaders” instead of simple “Educators”, because the traditional educators can't fulfill the need.
  38. 38. One’s knowledge is useless if he/she can’t communicate effectively, so produce good communicators instead of knowledge banks.
  39. 39. We are living in a global village; thus the imperative is to produce the collaborative and cooperative individuals instead of narrow minded scholars.
  40. 40. Great opportunities are for those who are passionate about it. So, produce the passionate personals instead of only skilled labour.
  41. 41. Nowadays, information is available and accessible to anyone, anytime and anywhere. Thus don’t waste your time in only imparting information to students but equip them with analytical approach
  42. 42. thank you

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