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PRINCIPLES OF

TEACHING
APPROPRIATE
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
1. Once you have established your broad course objectives and
considered how you will evaluate progress, you need to think
about the learning activities you will employ to enable students
to achieve those activities.
2. The learning activities you use in teaching should provide
students with an opportunity to develop the skills they need to
demonstrate their mastery of the material.
3. In addition in alignment with students’ knowledge and skills,
your learning and teaching activities should also demonstrate
alignment in terms of course content, course structure and
instructional approaches.
LEARNING
ACTIVIT Y
COMPONENTS
• Context • Tasks
• Subject Level • Types
• Learning Outcomes • Techniques
• Environment • Tools
• Resources
• Interaction
• Learning • Roles
• Theories
• Models • Assessment
• Types
• Techniques
T YPES OF
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
o I N T R O D U C T O RY
o D E V E L O P M E N TA L
 INTRODUCTORY ACTIVITY
 This is usually done at the start of the school
year or the start of every new lesson.
 DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
 The most fundamental level, development
activities involves change.
 This change must be cumulative systematic;
random change is not considered to be
development in nature.
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES
THESE PAGES CAN HELP
YOU EXPLORE A VARIETY
OF CLASSROOM
ACTIVITIES THAT HELP
STUDENTS LEARN:
Group Work
Demos
Student Presentations
Group Projects and Presentations
Case Studies
Debates
Role Play
Concept Maps
Peer Review
One-minute Paper
Think-Pair-Share
APPROPRIATE
LEARNING
ACTIVITIES IN THE
DIFFERENT PHASES
OF THE LESSON
INTRODUCTION
ACTIVITIES
* Video clip from a news story that relates to contents.
* Editorial from a current newspaper related to a lesson.
* Posing a scientific problem and require students to formulate a hypothesis or predict what’s
going to happen next.
* Cartoon or comic strip related to lesson.
* Games
* Simulation
* Mysterious scenario
* Picture without a captionable quote.
* Anecdote.
* Compelling stories from history, literature related to course content.
* Current events to introduce curricular topic.
* Diagnostic test.
* Voting.
* Conflict story.
* Brainstorming.
DEVELOPMENT
ACTIVITIES
Interview
Library research
Reading
Inviting resources speaker.
Field trip
Experiment
Hands-on learning
Case study
K AMSAHAMNIDA
-CHEONSA 