Sign up now
to enroll in courses, follow best educators, interact with the community and track your progress.
Aims, Modes, Steps and Phases of Teaching
6,081 plays

Here we discuss objectives, Aims, modes, Phases of Teaching, Modern concepts and steps of Teaching which is very important for paper 1. In next lecture we will discuss about methods of teaching as per different schools of Philosophy , so stay tuned ask doubts if you have any. All the best

Navdeep Kaur is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Navdeep Kaur
JRF Awardee, NET qualified with over 7 years of teaching experience & Expert in NTA UGC NET JRF.

Unacademy user
very impressive content..plz upload more videos
thanks mam for best method of teaching
Nice to listen...🌹🌹🌹
hlo mam pub adm ki strategy btaiye
  1. Teaching Aptitude with MCQs Target JRF Objectives, Aims and Modes of Teaching, Phases of Teaching (for CBSE UGC NET Paper 1) By Navdeep. Kaur

  2. Contents 1 Meaning, aspects, Basic Requirements, Factors Affecting Teaching 2 Methods of Teaching 3 Objectives, Aims and Modes of Teaching, Phases of Teaching 4 Methods of Teaching According to Different Schools of Philosophy 5 MCQs Solving technique

  3. Objectives of Teaching Desired changes in pupils Shape behavior & conduct Acquisition of knowledge . Improve learning skills Formation of a belief system Provide a social & efficient member to the society

  4. Aims of Teaching a. Change the behaviour of students - Teaching b. Improve learning skills of students - Conditioning c. Shaping behaviour & conduct - Training d. Acquisition of knowledge Instruction of beliefs - Indoctrination

  5. Modes of Teaching 1. Training helps to shape conduct and various skills 2. Instruction & Indoctrination work on a higher footing than conditioning & training 3. Instruction is concerned with the development of knowledge & understanding in an individual 4. Teaching is aimed towards the shaping of a total individual 5. Indoctrination is a high level of teaching shaping beliefs & ideals

  6. The act of teaching has three phases mainly, Pre-Active: Planning phase Inter-Active: Implementation of what was planned i.e. actual teaching Post- Active: Evaluating activities that serve as feedback

  7. Modern Concepts of reachins a. Questioning By the teacher to the student and student to the teacher b. Discussion .Clears doubts of students Expression of thought Teacher directs discussion c. Investigation . Can be followed by expression of thoughts of the students d. Expression .Can be in the form of practical activities Either individual or group after the teacher presents the information

  8. Five steps involved in the process of teaching . Of both the teacher and student Teacher must identify the level of the children The teacher can introduce the lesson by asking appropriate questions from a previous chapter to connect it to the new chapter . Relevant topics/stories can be discussed & narrated in class Introduction must be brief and create interest to stimulate curiosity in students esentation Teacher must state the aim of the lesson to be taught so that the students can prepare themselves for what they are The teacher then presents the lesson by using different materials, presenting facts and other principles relevant to the The teacher can leave some area of the lesson for the student to explore expecting lesson

  9. c. Comparison . The third step of learning where the student is presented with the opportunity to compare two sets of facts d. Generalization By observation and comparison various conclusions can be drawn Teachers must aid the students when they arrive at incorrect generalizations The students must understand the law/principle taught by the teacher for this stage to be successful e. Application Knowledge loses half its value unless if used in the discovery of further facts and their application to new situations .Makes learning meaningful and permanent Serves purpose of revision of what has been learnt Children can be evaluated through examinations

  10. Thank you Next Lesson will be on Methods of Teaching According to Different Schools of Philosophy Rate and review the course Recommend the course to vour friends