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  1. Micro Teaching: Part 4 Lecture # 19

  2. Review of Lecture 18 • Skills of probing questions • Skills of explanation • Skills of stimulus variation • Skills of blackboard writing

  3. Micro Teaching: part 4 Today’s lecture

  4. Blackboard Writing Skill Legibility ( Easy to read ): A legible handwritin

  5. Blackboard Writing Skill

  6. Blackboard Writing Skill

  7. Blackboard Writing Skill

  8. Cont. Skills of Micro teaching Techniques 6. Skill of Achieving Closure: When a student- teacher delivers lecture and sums up properly and in an attractive way, the skill is termed as “Closure Skill”. The lesson/period remains ineffective in the absence of proper closure.

  9. Feedback in Micro teaching Feedback is the information supplied to the individual. The success of micro teaching depends on feedback. Which can also be used within the process of teaching as well as after the lesson taught. It is used in various forms in case of micro teaching by the supervisor, video-tape, films, T.V., which are various sources of feedback.

  10. Advantages Of Microteaching It focuses on sharpening and developing specific teaching skills and eliminating errors. It enables understanding of behaviours important in class-room teaching. It increases the confidence of the learner teacher. It is a vehicle of continuous training for both beginners and for senior teachers. It provides experts supervision and constructive feedback.

  11. Why teaching profession is good?

  12. Remember!!! Even the best teacher can learn a great deal from his or her students

  13. Secret

  14. Need of the hour Working Together, We Can achieve our goal and expected qualities in higher education

  15. Present Teacher Expected Teacher

  16. Summary • Microteaching involves presentation of micro lesson • Audience….small group of peers. • Feedback given by peers role playing as students • Participants learn about strengths & weakness in themselves as teachers • Plan strategies for improvement in performance • To teach is to learn • Secret to education is to respect the pupil

  17. Thanks .

  18. References:Dr G L GulhaneP G Department of EducationSantGadge Baba Amravati UniversityAmravati Continuous practice being a good teacher makes us a good teacher