Nov 22, 2009 Writing 3778 Views
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Teaching is pointless when behavioral objectives are not highlighted and employed. They are performance indicators that determine the effects of learning. They direct how the learning process should be administered in a formal or non-formal classrooms. Their effects can generate feedback on how reinforcement, remediation, and development can be designed. With a few of these significance mentioned, every educator has to advocate and develop consciousness concerning their presence in all pedagogical operations being undertaken at any instructive setting regardless of any specialization in the academe.
Behavioral teaching objectives belong to three domains which are cognitive, psychomotor and affective. Cognitive is where knowledge are attained. Psychomotor generates physical skills out of the knowledge while affective leads to attitude or values displayed by learners after knowledge acquisition. These three ...
Aug 2, 2009 TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 3775 Views
Dec 29, 2013 English Language Learning (ELL) 3775 Views
You must prepare and dedicate yourself wholeheartedly in the learning process and be an active student. Let us look at fourteen great reasons as to how one should learn and improve spoken- English skills:
1. Leave behind your insecurities and do not worry about making mistakes. Always remember, you learn from your mistakes.
2. Keep your patience at the forefront, as this is not a one-day or a one-week process. Instead, enjoy and soak in all the information being passed on.
3. Make sure to learn and remember certain phrases that could be used in numerous situations as well. This way you will learn new phrases as well as ...
Mar 14, 2010 English Language Learning (ELL) 3774 Views
Dec 5, 2012 TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS 3773 Views
Aug 22, 2009 Young Learners 3772 Views
Dec 15, 2010 English Language Learning (ELL) 3770 Views
Aug 1, 2012 English Language Learning (ELL) 3765 Views
Apr 28, 2014 English Language Learning (ELL) 3761 Views
Firstly, it is important to fall in love with the end result rather than concentrate on the difficulties you are going to face trying to get there. Let me give you two examples.
When I was a young lad, and even so today, though time constraints these days have their impact, I used to enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles. When choosing a jigsaw, I never considered how long it would take me to complete, how difficult it was going to be to assemble all the pieces in the correct positions, the possibility of it being in the way for some time, the constant risk that someone passing by could knock it off the table, sending the pieces crashing to the floor, or that there may be a piece or two missing. I fell in love with the finished product, the picture on the lid of the box, and ...