Objectives of Teaching, Aims of Teaching & Modes of Teaching

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Objectives of Teaching

  • Desired changes in pupils.

  • Shape behavior & conduct.

  • Acquisition of knowledge.

  • Improve learning skills.

  • Formation of a belief system.

  • Provide a social & efficient member to the society.

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Aims of Teaching

  • Change the behaviour of students – Teaching.

  • Improve learning skills of students – Conditioning.

  • Shaping behaviour & conduct – Training.

  • Acquisition of knowledge – Instruction.

  • Formation of beliefs – Indoctrination.

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Modes of Teaching

  • Training helps to shape conduct and various skills.

  • Instruction & Indoctrination work on a higher footing than conditioning & training.

  • Instruction is concerned with the development of knowledge & understanding in an individual.

  • Teaching is aimed towards the shaping of a total individual.

  • Indoctrination is a high level of teaching shaping beliefs & Ideals.

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The act of teaching has three phases mainly,

  • Pre-Active: Planning phase.

  • Inter-Active: Implementation of what was planned i.e. actual teaching.

  • Post- Active: Evaluating activities that serve as feedback.

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