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OUTSTANDING PERSONAL QUALITITIES OF A

TEACHER

1. Passion
2. Humor
3. Values and Attitude

a. Open Mindness
b. Fairness and Impartiality
c. Sincerity and Honesty
d. Professionalism

4. Patience
5. Enthusiasm


THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT



Learning Environment consists of:

1. Classroom
2. Instructional Features
3. Non- threatening classroom climate


PRINCIPLES OF LEARNING



Principles – rule for guiding the ship of education so that it will

reach the port designated by the philosophy of education

 Is a compass by w/c the path of education is directed

 Mean any general truth or guiding norm by which a
process is carried on

 Chief guide to make teaching and learning effective
and productive

1. Learning is an experience w/c occurs inside the learner.
2. Learning is the discovery of the personal meaning and

relevance of ideas

3. Learning (Behavioral Change) is a consequence of
experience

4. Learning is cooperative and collaborative process
5. Learning is an revolutionary process
6. Learning is a painful process

7. One of the richest resources for the learning is the learner
himself

8. The process of learning is emotional as well as intellectual
9. The process of problem solving and learning are highly

unique and individual



PRINCIPLES OF GOOD TEACHING

1. Active Learning
2. Many Methods
3. Motivation
4. Well-balanced curriculum
5. Individual differences
6. Lesson planning
7. The power of suggestion
8. Encouragement
9. Remedial teaching
10. Democratic environment
11. Stimulation
12. Life-like situation
13. Independence


LESSON PLAN

Lesson Plan (Welson Bossing) is a statement of achievements to

be realized and the specific means by which these are to be

attainmed as a result of trhe activities engaged on day by day

under the guidance of the teacher.



Why is Lesson Plan important?

1. A pupil educational ground depends on the selection of the
subject matter, activities, experiences and methods adapted

to his interest, needs, abilities and level of maturity.

2. A lesson plan includes framing objects and choosing subject
matter, problems, materials and evaluation technique.

3. Making a lesson plan involves foreseeing what is likely to
happen and choosing experience that will change leaners for

the better.

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