Teaching

At the College of Languages (English Department) I am teaching the following;


  1.Reading and Writing (EN1112)             

Unit 1: Friendship

Will You Friend Me?

Unit 2: Art

Art for Everyone

Unit 3: Special Possessions

What Is It Worth To You?

Unit 4: Business

Open For Business

Unit 5: Phobias

What Are You Afraid Of?

Unit 6: Adventure

What An Adventure!

Unit 7: Family

What Number Are You?

Unit 8: Sport

How Young Is Too Young?



  2. Culture and Language (CL112)      


My Philosophy in Teaching:

The Rationale and my Teaching Approaches in the Higher Education 

What is a rationale for teaching?

I strongly believe that a clear rationale for learner-centered teaching in the HE. The first step to helping students adjust to learner-centered teaching is to explain why this approach is the best possible way to improve their academic success. The rationale in teaching that I have been using it to grasp the development of journey to innovations in instructional methodologies and technologies combined with increasing knowledge of, and research in, how students learn, how the brain learns and how learning can be promoted and this can be applied to higher education sector effortlessly. There are three rationales I believe are key to helping students understand why we need them to take on the new roles and responsibilities required of them in a learner-centered environment:


My Teaching Approaches

I have considering five principles:

1. Self-conceptAs a person matures his self-concept moves from one of being a dependent

2.  ExperienceAs a person matures he accumulates a growing reservoir of experience that becomes an increasing resource for learning.

3.  Readiness to learn

4.  Orientation to learning

5.  Motivation to learnAs a person matures the motivation to learn 



 

My Constructive Approach

In learning

  •          Conceptual development through integration of ideas
  •          Opportunities for reflection 
  •          Clear goals and feedback
  •         Individualised pathways match prior performance

In teaching

·   Provide interactive environments and appropriate challenges

·   Encourage experimentation 

·   Analysis of component lectures and units

·    Clear instructional approach for each unit

·    Highly focus objectives

In assessment

·    Accurate reproduction of knowledge

·    Component performance

·     Development of self-evaluation skills 


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Title:Reading and Writing
Department: English 
Stage:First 
Hall no.: 176, 161, 164
No. of Students: 117



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Title:Culture and Language 
Department:English 
Stage:Second 
Hall no.:175
No. of Students:33



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