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  1. CRASH COURSE ON TEACHING APTITUDE BY TALVIR SINGH


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  3. TEACHING APTITUDE METHODS OF TEACHING 2


  4. Small Group Teaching Methods


  5. Group discussion Group discussion is one of the basic methods of teaching smaller groups. It can be described as communication and interaction within a group around a topic, skill, issue, or problem presented to the group by the trainer or moderator for discussion.


  6. Three types . Planned Partly Planned . Unplanned


  7. Advantages 1. Participation of all the group members. 2. Critical thinking can be developed as trainees are free to express their ideas and opinions. 3. Good for the development of oral, nonverbal, and written communication skills.


  8. Limitations 1. Time consuming when it is not very systematic 2. Possibility of domination by a few participants on the basis of their better communication skills 3. Leading a discussion requires a change of roles which may not be realized by the trainer. 4. Assessment of trainees is difficult and can be biased also.


  9. Seminar It is a type of group discussion where one trainee, or several, prepare a paper on a given topic, issue, or problem, which is then presented to the whole group for discussion and analysis. * A series of seminars can be presented by the trainees around a major topic, so that they form a linked series of discussions. The main stages in seminar are preparation of paper, presentation of paper, and discussion on it.


  10. Advantages 1. This method gives more independence, which leads to development of presentation skills of the participants. 2. It provides opportunity for the trainees to prepare and contribute to a particular topic thoroughly. 3. It provides opportunity to the trainees towards practical group leadership and allows them to use analytical skilis, research on conclusions, solvea problem, etc.


  11. Panel Discussion A panel consists of a small group of six to eight persons. They carry on a guided and informal discussion before an audience, For example, a panel discussion takes place on the issue of climate change. The leader must, in addition, take special care to select the panel members who can think and speak effectively. He must also be sure that they prepare themselves to discuss the subject. .


  12. Limitations . 1. Bringing experts to a single forum can be difficult. . 2. The audience is not actively involved.


  13. Advantages 1. It encourages creativity that helps trainers to produce, think, and explore ideas. * 2. Scope for larger participation. . 3. It is economical as it does not require much preparation.


  14. Limitations 1. It is not a very systematic way of studying a subject. 2. There is possibility of some trainees being reluctant to participate.