Direct Teaching Method2018-05-24T10:59:15+00:00

Direct Teaching Method

Direct teaching takes many forms, ranging from the typical chalk-and talk or PowerPoint lecture – where students are mainly passive recipients of information – through to highly structured but interactive classroom sessions. Regardless of the type of direct teaching being used, the teacher or instructor requires a repertoire of skills and competencies that cover:

  • planning the content and method of delivery (including appropriate use of audio-visual equipment and ICT)
  • managing the available time efficiently
  • presenting the content in an interesting and motivating way
  • explaining and demonstrating clearly
  • knowing when and how to explain key points in more detail
  • using appropriate questioning to focus students’ attention, stimulate their thinking, and check for understanding
  • dealing with questions raised by students
  • evaluating students’ learning and participation
  • giving feedback to students.

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