The reason for choosing a game is that psychologically we tend to perform better in a competitive environment and also studies have soon shown enhanced brain function with lesser amount of stress when the activity being performed by the person is mentally stimulating rather than tiring Keeping this philosophy into consideration the idea that I like to propose for active learning is that of "ten questions".would have a group of four people, each team will have ten questions to find the answer, the questions will be asked by the team leader of each team by mutual discussion with its other members. The answer to each question will be either yes or no. no phrases or other words will be used to answer the question. Similar questions will not be answered and will not be counted in your question count. Once all ten questions are answered the team must guess the answer if the answer is guessed correctly the team receives 10 points and if the team answers incorrectly no points are award. If the team guesses the answer before the 10 question limit that team will receive bonus 10 points and 20 in all and if it answers incorrectly it will get -10 points. The team to guess most of the answers correctly wins.extra needed and no set up time is required also due to the ease and playability of this activity this activity can also be exercised by the students among themselves. The other good thing about this sort of exercise is that it applicability is universal and can be used by teachers of every subject. ...Show more
The reason for choosing a game is that psychologically we tend to perform better in a competitive environment and also studies have soon shown enhanced brain function with lesser amount of stress when the activity being performed by the person is mentally stimulating rather than tiring…
(2012) (Seven Strategies to Teach Students Text Comprehension, Reading Rockets, 13 Uconn Today, (2012) Learning to Teach Adult Students, Posted 6th Aug.2012 < http://today.uconn.edu/blog/2012/08/preparing-to-teach-adult-students/> 13 Uconn Today, (2012) Learning to Teach Adult Students, Posted 6th Aug.2012 < http://today.uconn.edu/blog/2012/08/preparing-to-teach-adult-students/> 13 Teaching Methods and Strategy Teaching is an art that has order, purpose, meaning, and function.
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reness, ability and understanding, which are necessary to perform a variety of physical activities, maintain physical fitness, and to enjoy as well as value physical activities as an ongoing part of a healthy lifestyle (Policy Department Structural and Cohesion Policies, 2007).
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