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Persons who are only slightly older than the class group; an excellent way of helping the younger group develop desired social behavior or provide guidance related to a chosen topic
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Recent graduates
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A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurrence
Field trip
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Anecdotes and stories
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It is similar to a role-play, except that the script is prepared and the presentation has been rehearsed.
An act of showing someone how something is used or done; this method is a presentation of how to do something, along with the finished product.
The act of talking about something with another person or a group of people : a conversation about something; a speech or piece of writing that gives information, ideas, opinions, etc., about something.
A way of judging or determining the worth of something, it is referred to in education as a process by which a teacher and a student judge whether or not the goals of learning have been attained.

Skilled persons
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurrence.
To act out the role of, members give spontaneous answers with this method.
Having people who are competent, talented, or proficient in special occupations talk to the students as resource person.
A group of people who answer questions, give advice or opinions about something, or take part in a discussion for an audience.

Lecture-forum
If the statement is true, write true, if it is false, replace the italicized word(s) with the word(s) that will make the statement true.
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurrence.
In this strategy, the participants state opinions, ask questions, or contribute additional information following a formal lecture by an authority in the subject under discussion.
A group problem-solving technique that involves the spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group.

Usually occurs in a more casual manner and may include observation, inventories, checklists, rating scales, rubrics, performance and portfolio assessments, participation, peer and self-evaluation, and discussion; conferences with parents, home visits, listening to students, observing students' behavior.
Informal evaluation
Formal evaluation
Evaluation
Informal group discussion

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To act out the role of, members give spontaneous answers with this method.
A spontaneous method where six people express their opinions for six minutes. When Used: To add spice and variety to methods of presentation. Procedure: Participants first define the topic of discussion. The facilitator selects six people and allows them six minutes for discussion. A group discussion follows. Limitations: The group and topics of discussion must be used somewhat flexibly.
A group of people who answer questions, give advice or opinions about something, or take part in a discussion for an audience.
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurrence.

Symposium
A formal meeting at which experts discuss a particular topic; a collection of articles on a particular subject.
Usually small copy of something; a particular type or version of a product (such as a car or computer); a set of ideas and numbers that describe the past, present, or future state of something (such as an economy or a business).
Regarded as a portable bulletin board.
A meeting of peers for discussion and exchange of views.

Cartoons, charts, posters
Graphic materials
Pictures
Print materials
Group interview

Material resources
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurrence.
To act out the role of, members give spontaneous answers with this method.
Referred to as "learning by doing," this teaching method utilizes experimentation to discover/verify facts and to investigate scientific relationships; make use of varied apparatus and materials.
Resources such as tools; can be obtained from the HE department, requested from various agencies, or borrowed from other departments (example, library or audio-visual center).

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