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Facilitating learning final answers

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Facilitating learning final answers

  1. 1. KESTER GRANT COLLEGE PHILIPPINES 1608 Quezon Avenue, Quezon CityStudent: DANIEL D. DASIG, JR., COE, MSE© Program: BSE-MathematicsInstructor: PROF. DAVE B. BURAGAY, MAED Subject: FACILITATINGTerm: Summer S.Y. 2010-2011 LEARNINGSEATWORK- FINALS I. IDENTIFICATION: Just write the letter of the correct answer on the spaces provided for. L. 1. A type of lesson used in fixing certain items of knowledge or relations for ready recall. J. 2. The personal art & style of the teacher in carrying out the procedure. H. 3. A telling method where facts, concepts are presented. B. 4. A type of lesson used in presenting a new view of old facts & concepts in a broader setting that results in new meanings. I. 5. An exploratory method of logic where one arrives at a fact, truth or rule. K. 6. Any purposeful activity that removes recognized difficulty in situation through the process of reasoning. E. 7. One’s viewpoint toward teaching. A. 8. A process of teaching that starts with a rule or general statement that is applied to specific cases or examples. D. 9. A telling or showing method performed usually by a teacher or trained students while the class become observers. F. 10. A type of lesson used in presenting a new fact, principle, or a new knowledge. A. Deductive Teaching F. Development Lesson K. Problem Solving B. Review Lesson G. Metacognitive Teaching L. Drill Lesson C. Project Method H. Expository / didactic M. Media D. Demonstration I. Inductive Teaching E. Approach J. TechniqueDaniel D. Dasig, Jr., COE, MSE© FACILITATING LEARNING Page 1
  2. 2. LONG TEST - FINALS I. TRUE or FALSE TRUE 1. In Metacognitive Teaching, learners are trained to become aware of & exert control over their own learning by using metacognitive processes. TRUE 2. In Inquiry Teaching, learners are confronted with a puzzling situation & are led to enter into investigative work to solve the problem. FALSE 3. In Expository Strategies or Direct Instruction, the Desired Outcomes are development & formulation of concept, principles, attitudes & values. FALSE 4. In Exploratory Strategies or Guided Instruction, the Learning Environments are similar. FALSE 5. One of the characteristics of the Exploratory Strategy is less delivery time.II. ESSAY: Compose a one-paragraph essay with not less than thirty (30) words & must bein brief. (5pts.) eachA. In your viewpoint, what is the best approach in Methodology of Teaching theBasic Elementary & High School students? Why? Basic education will serve as the total foundation of the students. They must befilled with theories and academics to prepare them for a life-changing stage which is thecollege education. As I foresee it, Expository Strategy or didactic method would best apply.With these students’ brackets, they will need tough orientation on how facts, principles andlaws are applied by presenting, defining and interpreting by the teacher himself so thatknowledge can be internalized by these students. After which testing of the concepts on howthey are used to applied be performed to prove that it works by the learners themselves. Daniel D. Dasig, Jr., COE, MSE© FACILITATING LEARNING Page 2
  3. 3. Meanwhile, this method requires no more time of delivery and as a Teacher-Controlledmethod, the teacher can directly initiate ways on how students can outperform in the class.After all, it is a facilitator’s promise of instilling values and behavior to the learners as theystep atop. B. What effective methodology are you going to use in teaching college men? Why will you use it? Explain in brief. In the light of practice in teaching as my profession to the college men I will apply theLaboratory Method. College education is a life itself not a preparation for life. They must betrained rigorously from theories, laws, policies, rules and guidance or PRG’s to application.This is to depict that with my extensive industry experience, technical know-how seems amajor requisite in the workplace. Learners must be injected into the realities of their chosenfield. Classroom training must serve as their first hand educational learning ground whereinthe learners may investigate a problem, conduct experiments, observe processes, or applytheories & principles in a simulated setting. Laboratory activities will cultivate students’ skillsin the basic and advanced learning, enhance higher order of critical thinking skills, inductlearners into scientific processes, enrich and unleash their skills that will be cultivated in thereal World of Work. Daniel D. Dasig, Jr., COE, MSE© FACILITATING LEARNING Page 3
  4. 4. C. Why is it that one of the characteristics in Exploratory Strategy is theFacilitative Method? Explain further. Exploratory Strategy is a teaching strategy which aims to formulate concepts,principles, skills, attitudes & values and the like. To attain these aims, it uses facilitativemethod which encourages more active participation of the learners through inquiry teaching,inductive process and even teacher facilitative method. From a certain knowledge, thelearners can generate another area of the knowledge discussed, arrived certain facts,principles and laws may deem necessary to apply. Acquisition of knowledge and details withdifferences and commonalities of an entities or element concern may form definition of rules,conclusion, and generalization. At first, learners are active while the subject matter arepresented and they become much more interactive as part of the learning body. The openline of communication by defined and set media is observed however respect prevails at alltimes. An idea presented by each learner is consider while exploring the truth behindinquiries. Exploratory strategy uses facilitative method to maximize the innate critical thinkingskills of learners to acquire general acceptable knowledge as contribution to the learningcurve of each learner. Daniel D. Dasig, Jr., COE, MSE© FACILITATING LEARNING Page 4