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Techniques of teaching refers to the
special skill employed by the teacher in
the course of teaching.
Techniques are valua...
 Drill is the purposeful repetition of some
activity done for strengthening of some item
already learnt, with a view to m...
1. MOTIVATION
2. FOCALIZATION
3. REPETITION WITH ATTENTION
4. APPLICATION
 Drill result in establishing habits, skills and
rote association.
 The teacher aims not just at forming a habit
but at ...
It is an intelligent re-examination of something
learnt with a view to clarify ideas, reorganize
the material and register...
Review means a new view of old facts in a
broader setting that should result in new
meanings, associations, attitudes and ...
 Retention of material learned
 Organization of materials and experiences
into large wholes
 Development of ability to ...
 Development of interest in old materials
 Stimulation of original thinking and
creativeness
 Tracing the core or main ...
 Problem review
It has the advantage of flexibility. The problem vitalizes the review
 Co-operative review
The students ...
 Time of review
There is no definite time for the review. It should be given when necessary,
as determined by the needs o...
 The review must be of value to the learner
 The review should be interesting
 The review should follow the psychologic...
Narration is one of the most important
methods of communicating knowledge . It is
nor possible to elicit everything from t...
Narration is an art in itself which aims at
presenting to the pupils, through the medium
of speech, clear, vivid, interest...
To be a good narrator teacher should know
the skilful use of language. He should use
appropriate language which should cle...
The art of narration can cultivated through 4
methods:
 By observing the work of other skillful
narrators
 By studying t...
Techniques of teaching
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Techniques of teaching

  1. 1. Techniques of teaching refers to the special skill employed by the teacher in the course of teaching. Techniques are valuable instruments for making teaching learning efficient meaningful and inspirational .
  2. 2.  Drill is the purposeful repetition of some activity done for strengthening of some item already learnt, with a view to make some skill permanent.  This technique has a wide scope in teaching of Accountancy
  3. 3. 1. MOTIVATION 2. FOCALIZATION 3. REPETITION WITH ATTENTION 4. APPLICATION
  4. 4.  Drill result in establishing habits, skills and rote association.  The teacher aims not just at forming a habit but at developing the habit into a skill.  Rote association means remembering words or ideas in a definite order  Drill results in increased command of tools, greater knowledge and improved habits of work.
  5. 5. It is an intelligent re-examination of something learnt with a view to clarify ideas, reorganize the material and register it appropriately in the cognitive structure
  6. 6. Review means a new view of old facts in a broader setting that should result in new meanings, associations, attitudes and ways of acting.
  7. 7.  Retention of material learned  Organization of materials and experiences into large wholes  Development of ability to evaluate material  Supplementation of materials and experiences  Foundation for further learning  Diagnosis of pupil weakness  Diagnosis of teacher weakness
  8. 8.  Development of interest in old materials  Stimulation of original thinking and creativeness  Tracing the core or main thought throughout a unit  Reorganization of previously organized information into a new pattern
  9. 9.  Problem review It has the advantage of flexibility. The problem vitalizes the review  Co-operative review The students and teachers participate in a give and take situations the exchange of social ideas is one advantage of this type of review.  Summary review the highlights of the previous day’s lesson are taken up at the beginning of the period by the teacher in lecture form.  Cumulative review similar to the summary review except that it is wider in scope. It is also applied to the subject matter with a continuity of theme.
  10. 10.  Time of review There is no definite time for the review. It should be given when necessary, as determined by the needs of the class and by the goals and the nature and  Length of review There is no time limit for the review. The daily review may be oly for a few minutes. The review at the end of the unit may use up the whole period, while the review at the end of the year may lost for two or three days.  Preparation of review The review lesson should be as well prepared as any lesson. It should also have the necessary steps such as objectives, motivation, approach and activities. Since the review is a learning exercise, the teacher should plan it well and not leave it in the hands of a student chairman.
  11. 11.  The review must be of value to the learner  The review should be interesting  The review should follow the psychological principles of learning.
  12. 12. Narration is one of the most important methods of communicating knowledge . It is nor possible to elicit everything from the students. Narration implies giving account of events to others.
  13. 13. Narration is an art in itself which aims at presenting to the pupils, through the medium of speech, clear, vivid, interesting, ordered sequence of events, in such a way that their minds reconstruct these happening and they live in imagination through the experiences recounted either as spectators or possibly as participators.
  14. 14. To be a good narrator teacher should know the skilful use of language. He should use appropriate language which should clearly depict situations and happenings. The speech or the language should also be appropriate to the level of the students
  15. 15. The art of narration can cultivated through 4 methods:  By observing the work of other skillful narrators  By studying the work of successful writers of children’s books  By practicing story telling  By critically observing one’s own performance

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