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Methods of Teaching- Seminar and Symposium

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Methods of Teaching- Seminar and Symposium

  1. 1. Mrs. Suja Santosh Professor RVS College of Nursing Sulur, Coimbatore
  2. 2. “Seminar is a small group discussion that provides an opportunity for knowledge, integration at high level”
  3. 3. • Give opportunity to participate in methods of scientific analysis & research procedures • To gain insight into problem solving approach • To develop desirable group dynamics • To make self evaluation & to evaluate others
  4. 4. • Teacher will be the leader (some situation student is selected as leader) • Group consists of 10-15 participants • Ideal seminar lasts for 1-2 hours • Leader should keep discussion within limits • In student seminars, teacher should monitor discussion • All members take part in discussion • Chairman should be skilled in encouraging timely participants • Student secretary may record discussion
  5. 5. • Preparation of content • Preparation of the presenter • Preparation of environment • Presentation of seminar • Evaluation & grading of seminar
  6. 6. Preparation of content • Develop objectives • Gather latest information • Prepare adequate AV aids • Collect information from various sources & analysed critically and evaluated and make conclusions under the direction of teachers
  7. 7. Preparation of the presenter • Should have background of knowledge & problem solving skill • Through with content as per objective • Should have qualities like confidence, approachability, good command over language, clarity in speech and simple
  8. 8. Preparation of environment • Well lighted-ventilated room • Area for placing AV Aids • Handouts should be kept ready
  9. 9. Presentation of seminar • Starts with introduction • Discussion of content • Actively participate in discussion • Summarizing at the end of presentation • Conclude the topic
  10. 10. Evaluation & grading of seminar • Evaluate based on discussion • Take feedback from participants • Feedback from organiser
  11. 11. • Organiser • Chairperson • Speaker • Participants
  12. 12. Organiser: (Teacher) • Decide the topic • Formulate the objective • Selection of an eminent person (chairman) • Fix date & time according to the convenience of chairperson & speakers • Remain in the background • Form various committees like finance, invitation, academic etc • See all members share in discussion& irrelevant discussion avoid
  13. 13. Chairperson: • In-depth knowledge on topic • Introductory speech • Inviting the speakers according to order • Summary of speech given by each speaker • Finally, he opens discussion section
  14. 14. Speakers: • Direct role in preparing participants for discussion session • Success is determined by performances of speakers • Prepare & handover study materials in advance to organizers
  15. 15. Participants: • Success depends on discussion session with involvement of participants • Prepare in advance about the topic • Utilize the discussion session by asking questions & seeking clarification
  16. 16. • Student is active • Helps to gain through knowledge on topic • Helps to teach scientific analysis & techniques of research • Group together/individual try to solve problem • Develop problem solving skill • Develop critical thinking ability • Helps in self learning & independent thinking • Develop team work • Develop sharing of knowledge
  17. 17. • Time consuming • Cannot applied to new students • Poor knowledge in subject will arise unnecessary discussion • Approach to problem extends to students professional & personal activity
  18. 18. • Type of discussion where 2 or more speakers talk for 10-20 minutes • Develop individual approaches/solutions to a problem/present aspects of policy, process/programme • Students & listeners develop certain values & feelings on a theme
  19. 19. “Symposium is defined as a teaching technique that serves as an excellent method for informing the audiences, crystallizing their opinion & preparing them for arriving at decision regarding a particular issue or a topic”
  20. 20. • Identify & understand various aspects of theme & problem • Develop Decision making skill • Develop values & feeling regarding a problem • Enable to form policies regarding problem • To investigate problem from different view points • Boost students ability to speak in group • Encourage independent study
  21. 21. • Provide broad understanding of topic • Opportunity to take decision • Used in higher classes • Develop feeling of cooperation & adjustment • Achieve objectives of synthesis & evaluation • Gain different views on the topic
  22. 22. • Speeches may be argumentative & informative • Objective based presentation & accurate • Summary include in conclusion • Each speech proceeds without interruption • Chairman introduce the topic, suggest its importance &approaches • Members participating were sit in straight line , chairperson in the middle • Presents two conflict points of view • Reading arrangement can separate speakers, to indicate differences in opinion
  23. 23. • All members sit in a straight line • Chairperson in the middle • Chairperson introduces the topic & its importance • 2 or more speakers talk from 10-20 minutes • Speeches are followed by questions/ comments from audience
  24. 24. Chairman: • Selection of topic • Distribution of subtopic • Guide speaker towards objective • Summarize & give conclusion Speaker: • Preparation of topic • Presentation of topic • Answering to the questions raised by audience Audience (listeners) • Listen to speeches • Raise question on the topic
  25. 25. • Suited to large group • Used to present broad topics of discussion • Organization is good, speeches are prepared beforehand • Deep insight into topic • Develop independent study • Used in political meetings
  26. 26. • Inadequate opportunity to all students • Speech limited to 10-20 minutes • Limited audience • Question& answers limited to 3-4 minutes • Possibility of overlapping of content • Chairman has no control over speakers speaker had full freedom to speak on topic • Different aspects of theme are not presented simultaneously • Listeners remain passive

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