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GROUP MEMBERS: NOR EZIRA BINTI MAT RASDI SITI NABIHAN BINTI BAHARUDDDIN NURUL HAZLINA BINTI ABD

HALIL NOR AZURA BINTI MOHD NAJIB

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DEMONSTRATION
OVERVIEW: Definition Types of demonstration Characteristics of demonstration Demonstration s values Uses of demonstration Teaching procedures Advantages and disadvantages

DEFINITION
Demonstration: accurate portrayal of a procedure, technique, or operation. Apply to physical things, rather than to abstract ideas or value. Demonstrations focus on:
what is it? how does it work?

Showing the skills

Students participation

CHARACTERISTICS

Opportunity to see and hear

Relate the theory and practical

Telling

TYPES

Showing

Doing

Appeals to Sense

Sets Performance Standards

VALUES

Realistic

Saves Times

USES
Clarifies Materials Supplements Other Methods

TEACHING PROCEDURES

Preparation Presentation Consolidation Reinforcement

PREPARATION
1

Determine the objective Research the Procedure Organize Before-hand Do a Dry-run Use a Lesson plan

PRESENTATION
Introduce the Lesson

Summarize

Preview

Critique

Demonstration

Maintain Safely Standards

CONSOLIDATION

REINFORCEMENT

Students follow teachers' example to carry out the activity.

Discuss with students regarding the activities which has been carried out. Students summarize and record the relevant points in their not books.

Teacher rectifies students mistakes.

ADVANTAGES
1. Can be presented to a large audience. 2. Can cover a great number of points quickly. 3. Demonstration concretizes learning and makes use of more than one sense organ. 4. It stimulates learner s interest. 5. It reduces the boredom of classroom teaching. 6. It can be used to motivate pupils and gain their attention.

DISADVANTAGES
1. Requires time and trouble for its preparation. 2. Pupils are denied manipulative skill and this reduces pupils learning. 3. Lead to accidents and noise making. 4. Visibility. 5. Affects the health of the teacher.