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Methods of Teaching - lll (in Hindi)
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  4. Small Group Teaching Methods

  5. Project Method This can be described as both a small group and an individualized instruction. In this method, students are allowed to explore and experience their environment through their senses and direct their own learning by their individual interests. Very little is taught from the textbooks, and the emphasis is on experiential learning rather than rote learning and memorization. A project method classroom focuses on democracy and collaboration to solve purposeful problems.

  6. Advantages 1. Students are likely to develop the habit of critical thinking. 2. They develop the habit of working in teams.

  7. Limitations 1. Continuous monitoring may be required. . 2. Additional resources may be required.

  8. Role Playing Role playing has been used effectively by many teachers to help solve classroom interpersonal problems and to teach human-relations skills in the classroom. Role playing has also been used to facilitate subject-matter learning through the dramatization of literary and historical works and historical or current events.

  9. In all these uses, role playing provides the student with a dramatic confrontation and clarification of (1) his relations with others, . (2) his information about and expectations of . (3) his evaluation of himself and his life style, (4) the ways in which academic material may be the society, and relevant to his daily tasks.

  10. Advantages 1. It is the semblance to real-life situations. . 2. Interactive and interesting, it entails participation of every member of the group. * 3. lt gives immediate feedback. 4. It develops social, decision-making, problem solving, negotiating, and manipulating skills. . 5. lt is effective to change the attitude of the participants.

  11. Simulation Simulation means creating conditions that are quite similar to actual conditions. Then the training is provided under those conditions. For example, the training of pilots and astronauts takes place in conditions that are quite similar to actual flight conditions. Simulation is specifically used for training purpose.

  12. Limitation 1. It entails high initial investment in machinery equipment, etc.

  13. Limitations . 1. It is difficult to find a suitable pace if the trainees vary greatly in ability. * 2. It can be time consuming.

  14. Demonstration Methog . This method is based on the principle of learning by doing and learning from concrete to abstract. . The term demonstration means to show. " It is adopted in the classroom for the achievement of cognitive, affective, and psychomotor objectives. . Combination of verbal explanation coupled with a live display of using apparatus for presenting important facts, ideas, or processes. It may entail audio-visual explanation.

  15. Advantages . 1. It is effective in explaining materials, objects, . 2. It is effective in explaining abstract concepts. cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domain:s and ideas. . 3. It is useful for achieving objectives in as there is mental and physical participation of students.

  16. Limitation . 1. Only few get opportunities to participate in the experimental process.