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The Teacher as a Teaching Aid . An Experience of Sima Jalil. The Teacher is The Best aid. Convenient Portable Use no electricity Can be used effectively in light and dark Available all the time. What should a teacher do? (To be an effective aid). Movement Use body language Eye contact

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the teacher as a teaching aid

The Teacher as a Teaching Aid

An Experience of SimaJalil

the teacher is the best aid
The Teacher is The Best aid
  • Convenient
  • Portable
  • Use no electricity
  • Can be used effectively in light and dark
  • Available all the time
what should a teacher do to be an effective aid
What should a teacher do?(To be an effective aid)
  • Movement
  • Use body language
  • Eye contact
  • Gesture
  • Facial expression
  • Speech
  • Student talk
  • Names
movement
Movement
  • Sitting behind a desk or standing on a dais creates a “ Distance” between the teacher and the students.
  • Try to have an aisle and enough space between rows so that you can easily reach those at the back.
  • Some movement on the side is essential
  • Step forward to emphasize a point take small steps to different sides of the class
use body language
Use body language
  • Your body should be in your control
  • Hold it in such a way that you look alert and awake
  • Avoid slumping & sagging
  • Just as too little movement is boring, too much movement can be a distraction
  • When you are alert, it encourages the students subconsciously to become alert
eye contact
Eye contact
  • Keep your eyes lively, aware and interested
  • Move them around to take in everything
  • Fix them on individual students, but not for so long that they become uncomfortable!
  • Avoid focusing on the best or not so good students.
  • Make sure you make eye contact with each student.
  • Knowing that the teacher demands eye contact keeps the students alert.
gestures
Gestures
  • Arms and hands are a very expressive visual aid.
  • They can be used to describe shapes, actions, movements etc.
  • Remember to keep still while listening to a student.
  • Avoid habits such as fiddling with notes& books, key chains pens etc.
facial expression
Facial expression
  • There is nothing worse than a constant frown, which discourages students from asking questions or seeking help.
  • A smile can work wonders.
  • It encourages the student to participate actively .
  • Look interested while a student is speaking.
  • Cultivate a sympathetic & encouraging expression.
speech
Speech
  • A low monotone or a high pitched voice can be difficult to understand or grating to the ears
  • Make sure that
    • You are speaking at the right volume
    • You are not speaking too fast
    • Your diction is clear
student talk
Student talk

Break the monotony and give students plenty of time to talk

  • It will keep them alert
  • Be friendly
names
Names
  • Call students by their name.
  • It sounds warmer & friendlier and lessens the distance between the teacher and learner.
conclusion
CONCLUSION

The Teacher is the best teaching. So be sure that you are using yourself to full effect.

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