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Meaning and Definition of Micro-Teaching : Meaning and Definition of Micro-Teaching MeaningMicro teaching is a procedure in which a student teacher practices teaching with a reduce number of pupils in a reduced period of time with emphasis on a narrow and specific teaching skill. Definition “Microteaching is a scaled down teaching encounter in class size and time- D.W.Allen(1966) Slide 5: “Microteaching is defined as a system of controlled practice that makes it possible to concentrate on specified teaching behaviour and to practice teaching under controlled conditions.”- D.W. Allen & A.W.Eve (1968) Objectives of Micro-teaching : Objectives of Micro-teaching • To enable teacher trainees to learn and assimilate new teaching skills under controlled conditions. • To enable teacher trainees to master a number of teaching skills. • To enable teacher trainees to gain confidence in teaching. Characteristics of Micro-teaching : Characteristics of Micro-teaching • Microteaching is a highly individualized training device • Microteaching is an experiment in the field of teacher education which has been incorporated in the practice teaching schedule • It is a student teaching skill training technique and not a teaching technique or method Slide 8: • Microteaching is micro in the sense that it scale down the complexities of real teaching • Practicing one skill at a time • Reducing the class size to 5 – 10 pupil • Reducing the duration of lesson to 5 – 10 minutes • Limiting the content to a single concept Slide 9: • Immediate feedback helps in improving, fixing and motivating learning • The student are providing immediate feedback in terms of peer group feedback, tape recorded/CCTV • Microteaching advocates the choice and practice of one skill at a time Steps of Micro-teaching : Steps of Micro-teaching The Micro-teaching programme involves the following steps: Step I- Particular skill to be practiced is explained to the teacher trainees in terms of the purpose and components of the skill with suitable examples. Step II -The teacher trainer gives the demonstration of the skill in Micro-teaching in simulated conditions to the teacher trainees. Slide 11: Step III- The teacher trainee plans a short lesson plan on the basis of the demonstrated skill for his/her practice. Step IV- The teacher trainee teaches the lesson to a small group of pupils. His lesson is supervised by the supervisor and peers. Step V- On the basis of the observation of a lesson, the supervisor gives feedback to the teacher trainee. Slide 12: The supervisor reinforces the instances of effective use of the skill and draws attention of the teacher trainee to the points where he could not do well. Step VI- In the light of the feed-back given by the supervisor, the teacher trainee re-plans the lesson plan in order to use the skill in more effective manner in the second trial. Step VII -The revised lesson is taught to another comparable group of pupils. Slide 13: Step VIII -The supervisor observes the re-teach lesson and gives re-feed back to the teacher trainee with convincing arguments and reasons. Step IX -The ‘teach – re-teach’ cycle may be repeated several times till adequate mastery level is achieved Diagramatic representation of a Micro-teaching Cycle : Diagramatic representation of a Micro-teaching Cycle Merits of Micro-teaching : Merits of Micro-teaching • It helps to develop and master important teaching skills. • It helps to accomplish specific teacher competencies. • It caters the need of individual differences in the teacher training. • It is more effective in modifying teacher behaviour. Slide 16: • It is an individualized training technique. • It employs real teaching situation for developing skills. • It reduces the complexity of teaching process as it is a scaled down teaching. • It helps to get deeper knowledge regarding the art of teaching. Limitations of Micro-teaching : Limitations of Micro-teaching • It is skill oriented; Content not emphasized. • A large number of trainees cannot be given the opportunity for re-teaching and re-planning. • It is very time consuming technique. • It requires special classroom setting. Slide 18: • It covers only a few specific skills. • It deviates from normal classroom teaching. • It may raise administrative problem while arranging micro lessons Slide 19: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.