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  • 1. Emerging Teaching Methods

2. Activating Prior KnowledgeK-W-L Chart What do youknow about InvestigatoryMethod?What do you want to learnabout this method? 3. Emerging Teaching Methods This teaching methods are found equally effective with the usual methods of teaching It became doubly recognize because of the advent so called Era of Educational Technology Teaching methods not popular as Discussion, Lecture, Reporting, and etc. 4. Emerging Teaching Methods involves: 1.) Laboratory Method2.) Self Pacing Method 5. They are not simply given a Filipino students areThey are chance to passiveinherently participate in areservedclass individuals-attributed to their external premises-teachers lack of confidenceIt is something about theto share ideas students- teacher monopolize learning process 6. Investigatory Method:Definition 7. Provides a lot ofopportunities for thestudent to participate in classroom activityExperiments inFocuses greatly investigationInvestigatoryon learnersactiveuses ScientificMethodinvolvement MethodDe-emphasizes theteachers authoritative role in the classroom 8. Laboratory Technique Problem SolvingTechniqueTechniques of Research TechniqueInvestigatory Method ExperimentingTechniqueField Study Technique 9. A. Laboratory TechniqueStudents activelymanipulates and study agiven upon which a givenproblem lies 10. Types of Laboratory Technique1.) Laboratory Exercise 2.) LaboratoryInvestigation 11. 1.) Laboratory Exercise Designed to help students to acquirefundamental knowledgeand skills 12. Example: Speech Exercisescommonly done in theSpeech Laboratory. 13. 2.) LaboratoryInvestigationDeeper and more seriousundertaking that requirescareful planning 14. Example: A college student mayinvolve himself in a co relationalstudy whether leadership skillsand academic performance aredirectly related 15. Steps of Laboratory Technique1. ) Pre Laboratory preparation,reminders and familiarization2.) Activity Proper actuallaboratory work is done by thestudents3.) Post Laboratory discussion answering of questions, giving ofactual observation, analysis andcomparison of data, discussion ofthe application 16. Teachers Role during the Laboratory work1. He allows students to learn for themselvesby solving the problems they encounter intheir work.2. After purposes have been defined andprocedures outlined, the place of the teacheris in the background.3. He may move from group to group, givingencouragement, clarifying procedures,straightening out facts, and stimulating fast working students to undertake newproblems.4. He should try to avoid interrupting thework of his class with announcements. 17. B. Problem Solving Technique Requires a learner towork actively in thesolution of a difficulty oran undesirable situation. 18. Steps in Problem-SolvingTechnique1. Identifying and Defining theproblem2. Formulating a hypothesis3. Verification4. Collection and organization ofdata5. Generalization6. Application 19. C. Research TechniqueIt is a careful and anorganized study designedto serve a specificpurpose. 20. Types of Research Activities1. Interviewing a chosen subject2. Making a simple survey3. Constructing the historicalepisode of an individual, acommunity or an institution4. doing a simple experiment 21. Steps in doing a Research1. Preparing for the researchwork2. Collecting and Gathering data3. Organizing the data obtained4. Analyzing and interpretingthe data organizedMaking formal report of theresearch done 22. D. Field Study Technique Students investigatesa given situation by beinga part or an integralcomponent of it. 23. Steps of Field StudyTechnique1. Preparation2. Actual Investigation3. Making a formal report4. Class Reporting 24. E. Experimenting TechniqueIt is methodical trial and errorprocedure carried out with the goal ofverifying, falsifying, or establishing the validityof a hypothesis. Experiments provide insightinto cause-and-effect by demonstrating whatoutcome occurs when a particular factor ismanipulated. 25. Steps in ExperimentingTechnique1. Designing an experiment2. Preparing for an experiment3. Conducting the experiment4. Obtaining the results of theexperiment 26. Summary Laboratory Technique Students actively manipulatesand study a given upon which a givenproblem liesProblem Solving Technique Requires a learner to workactively in the solution of a difficulty oran undesirable situation.Research TechniqueIt is a careful and an organizedstudy designed to serve a specificpurpose.Field Study TechniqueStudents investigates a givensituation by being a part or an integralcomponent of it.Experimenting Technique It is methodical trial and error procedurecarried out with the goal of verifying,falsifying, or establishing the validity of ahypothesis 27. Summary/ActionEssay Writing: Answer theWhat have you learned?part of the K-W-L chart. 28. Assignment:Create a Lesson Plan in Englishlanguage teaching using one ormore techniques of InvestigatoryMethod. ^_^ 29. Thank you. ^_^Lovelots,Naykalabbs