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Twelfth Reflection

14 Dec

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In this week, my friends and I have learned about Instructional Variables that could promote students’ motivation in learning there are introductory focus, personalization, involvement, and feedback. Before going to the main part of today’s lesson Ms Lydia ask us to express our feeling by giving short emoticon. Ms Lydia shows us a video about how kindergarten teacher could control their class effectively. That could be happen because teacher did their best to make a rule together with the students and use some movement when saying the rule at the beginning of the class. After that MS Lydia ask us to make a motivation session in group. My group choose topic about “how to be interesting teacher”. I can’t believe that we did motivation session outside the class. The motivator should have an enough self confidence when deliver their material. In my opinion Riyan have did their best to deliver the material, he use some concrete example and making interactive communication with the audience. I also thanks to the audience because they give us some feedback on the spot. After last group perform and get back to the class, I just realized that Ms Lydia didn’t give material yet about Instructional Variables that could promote students’ motivation and I know after did motivation session we have learned about technique for providing Introductory Focus, some technique are using problem or questioning and concrete examples. Thank you for reading. 🙂

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1 Comment

Posted by on December 14, 2011 in Reflection per week, Reflection week 12

 

One response to “Twelfth Reflection

  1. Shinta Puspita

    December 14, 2011 at 8:02 am

    Dear Eki,
    I feel regret I cannot attend those session. 😦
    The activities sound nice to me.
    Thanks eki for sharing. 🙂

     

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