Soft skills

14 de Mar de 2021

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Soft skills

  4. Agenda  Soft Skills – Over View  Importance of soft skills  Role of prospective teachers towards soft skills  Activities  Ways to Greetings  Pleasing Personality  Positive Attitude
  5. SOFT SKILLS  Soft Skills refer to a cluster of personal qualities, habits,attitudes and social graces that make someone a good teacher and compatible to work.
  6. Soft Skills vs Hard Skills The technical skill requirements of a job (assembly, labor, etc.)
  7. Soft skills vs Hard Skills Soft skill - is the ability required and expected from persons for finding a suitable job, its maintenance and promotion.
  8. IMPORTANCE OF SOFT SKILLS  To communicate effectively.  To have good impression and impact.  To handle interpersonal relations.  To take appropriate decisions.  To gain professional development  “Technical Skills will get you the interview, but it’s the soft skills that get you the job”
  9. SOFT SKILLS  Actively listen.  Effectively communicate.  Participate as a team member.  Build and lead teams or groups.  Adapt to volatile environments.  Use resources effectively and creatively.  Effectively present persuasive arguments.  Motivate oneself and others.  Qualitative in nature.
  10. GOOD SOFT SKILLS… Will help you STAND OUT in a crowd of mediocrity.
  11. What happens when you don’t possess soft skills?  Lack of satisfaction  Less / no respect in society  Poor influence in groups  Lack of appreciation & Recognition  Criticism at all levels of life.
  12. MYTHS  Women are better at soft skills.  It’s too difficult to learn.  Where do I start.  I need to certify myself on soft skills.
  13. SOFT SKILLS  Basic skills  People skills  Personal skills  Thinking skills
  14. BASIC SKILS  Reading  Writing  Mathematics  Speaking  Listening
  15. PEOPLE SKILLS  Social  Negotiation  Leadership  Team work  Cultural Diversity
  16. PERSONAL SKILLS  Self-Esteem  Self-Management  Responsibility
  17. THINKING SKILLS  Creative Thinking  Problem-Solving  Decision Making  Visualization
  18. TO IMPROVE SOFT SKILLS  Look for opportunities to interact with others  Volunteer – This will expose you to people with different backgrounds and experience  Teaching – Learn to adapt the way you explain things to people of different ability levels  Select different people to work with – With group projects, find a new group  Learn & Practice or join Courses
  19. ROLE OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS TOWARDS SOFT SKILLS  The present-day prospective teachers need to concentrate on improving language efficiency and soft skills by making use of real life situations as teaching material.  For this, a more creative, analytical, logic-oriented and interactive method of teaching should be adopted.
  20. SUGGESSION  Methodology of teaching  Classroom Management  Assessment and Evaluation
  21. CHANGE IN TEACHING METHODOLOGY  The teacher should assess the strengths and weaknesses of individual students.  The teacher should explore and experiment various methods of teaching to address the different needs.  To make students practice, practice and more practice.
  22. CHANGE IN TEACHING METHODOLOGY  An Array of issues, problem solving topics, and varied situations which the students are likely to encounter in their work place can be manipulated appropriately in a class room.  Conducting individual/pair/group task based activities like debates, group discussions, case analyses, role plays, business games and so on.  Media and video shows can also be effectively used to improve listening comprehension, critical analysis and for presenting model
  23. CHANGE IN TEACHING METHODOLOGY  Create the right ambience and make the class room very informal, interesting, and interactive. The methodology should also offer the teachers scope to observe, listen, evaluate and provide feedback.
  24. CNANGE IN CLASS ROOM MANAGEMENT  Moving away from the practice of lecture method .  Manage properly the task/activity-based classroom and facilitate higher-order thinking by concentrating on the following two aspects: 1. Students Participation 2. Time management
  25. CHANGE IN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION CONTINUOUS BASIS, INVOLVING THE FOLLOWING:  Interest/attitude  Active participation  Team spirit  Assertiveness  Presentation skills  Communication skills  Problem-solving Competence
  26. CHANGE IN ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION  Assessment And Evaluation Can Be Accomplished At Three Levels:  Self  Peer  Teacher
  27. Activities
  28. WAYS TO GREET EACH OTHER Good morning!(afternoon,eve ning) How do you do? How are You? Nice to see you! Pleased to see you! Good to see You! What a pleasant surprise Haven’t seen you for sometime! Long time no see!
  29. HOW ARE YOU? How are things with you? How are you doing ? How is Everthing How have you been? How are you keeping? How are you getting on?
  30. RESPONSES TO HOW ARE YOU? Fine. Thank You . And You? Very Well, Thanks, And You? Not too bad .Thanks. Just so so Same as usual.
  31. BASIC RULES OF GREETINGS First impressions are made Trust is Established Assumptions are made All relationships begin with Greetings Polite and Thougful Makes the Atmosphere Healthy
  32. INFORMAL GREETING AND GOOD BYES Hey. Hi How are ya How are things How’s it going How ya doing What’s up What’s happening I’m good.All right Pretty good All right. Not Bad Nothing Much. Nothing Specialngs Nice meeting you Take care Take it ezcy I’m off So long See ya
  33. FORMAL GREETING EXPRESSIONS 1.I am Sasipriya e.g My name is sasipriya 2. Nice to meet You!  (I’m) pleased to meet you  I’m Glad to meet you  It’s a pleasure to meet you  It’s my honour to meet you
  34. 3. Have you two met?  Do you know each other?  May I introduce you to him? 4.He is Our HOD  He is in charge of meeting in our department. 5.May I introduce you to Ms .Raims?  Please allow me to introduce you to Ms.Raims  Please let me introduce you to Ms. Raims.
  35. WHAT IS A PLEASING PERSONALITY? Pleasing Personality means those who come in contact with you and would like to remain in your institution. It is very natural that every living being wants to be loved, needed, wanted or missed when not present. With little effort on your part, you can transform yourself into a Pleasing Personality. A sought after person.
  36. Ways to Create a Pleasing Personality Good Listener Interest in others Cheerful ness &Enthusi asm Hold your temper Helpful, Kind & Generou s Thanks & Gratitude
  37. DEFINITION – ATTITUDE  Attitude is a mental position relative to a way of thinking or being positive attitude & Positive thinking.  If you think you can, you’re Right  If you think you can’t, you’re right again  It’s all a ,matter of Attitude.  The power to choose your attitude lies with you  The choice of attitude can decide the outcome of your life
  38. BENEFITS OF POSITIVE ATTITUDE  Helps achieving goals and attain success  Success achieved faster & more easily  More Happiness  More Energy  Greater inner power & strength  Ability to inspirer &motivate yourself & others  Ability to surmount any difficulty  Life smiles at you  People respect you
  39. ATTITUDE REFLECTS LEADERSHIP Inspires People Care &Empathy Enthusiastic Reflects Maturity Admiration Motivating Teams
  40. HOW TO GET POSITIVE ATTITUDE? Be open Be Balanced Think Right towards People Manage your Anger Remove word impossible Winning Attitude Aim High Never Give up Think solution not problem
  41. SELF CHANGE Attitude Thinking Behaviour
  42. HOW TO CHANGE YOUR ATTITUDE?  Change happen personality from the inside out. So… I Accept full Responding.
  43. HOW TO CHANGE YOUR THINKING?  Change comes from thinking logically in every situation.
  44. TIPS TO CHANGE YOUR THINKING  Power of positive Affirmations  Meditate daily  Be a master of your moods  Wake up with a resolve to stay happy during the day  Seek happiness and contentment in the present  Allow yourself to be play and childlike
  45.  Appreciate and enjoy what you already have  Learn to apply fullstop.  body is our temple, honour it.  Focus on changing yourself rather than changing the world around you.
  46. How to change your Behaviour  Changes takes true assessment ,determination and discipline.
  47.  Reactive CHOOSE YOUR BEHAVIOUR Stimulus Response
  48.  Responsible Stimulus My Choice My response
  49. CONCLUSION  Teacher plays a very important role to produce a human capital that is highly knowledgeable and skillful to meet the demand and expectations of many people. The teaching and learning processes in institutions of higher learning should be capable to provide such knowledge and skills to future graduates.
  50. RECAP  What is hard skills?  What is soft skills?  Importance of soft skills  Differences  Important soft skills – Basic skills – People skills – Personal skills – Thinking skills
  51. RECAP  To improve soft skills  Role of prospective teachers towards soft skills  Change In – Methodology of teaching – Classroom management – Assessment and evaluation  Conclusion