I’m not going to try and answer what the most effective teaching method across the board is, since that will vary based on the students’ needs. However, I can tell you what was most effective for me.
I have found that I learn the most when I am able to take little breaks and not miss important information. Audio and visual representations are great, so I love looking up YouTube videos if they’re not provided by the teacher.
However, I can also learn a bit from book reading. I love to read, and when I do my notes properly, I recall quite a bit. As an English major, this is important, since I’m often reading a lot each night for class.
Guide children to develop an outline for the story and provide them with guiding questions to keep them focused on the topic.-students who follow curvilinear rhetorical and writing patterns need to be provided with a structure to keep them focused on the topic and to write following a linear format. one of the best ways to accomplish this goal is to guide them to develop an outline prior to the actual writing (pre-writing). they can also benefit from guiding questions to keep them focused on the topic and the intended audience. (a) is incorrect because learning about grammar structures and pronunciation will not necessarily affect the organization and coherence of the composition. (c) can help in developing a coherent oral presentation, but it might not affect the development of writing. developing a check list (d) of the topics to be covered will not guarantee that children will follow a linear progression in the writing. (b) is a better choice because it provides a strategy that, once learned, can be used in multiple future situations. competency 006