Self Learning Material

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Published on December 12, 2007

Author: bhanumurthykv

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Slide2:  Self-learning Material Slide3:  SELF EXPLANATORY SELF CONTAINED SELF DIRECTED SELF MOTIVATING SELF EVALUATING SELF LEARNING FEATURES OF SIMs Slide4:  Self-Explanatory - Learner can understand without external support. Self-Contained Learner may not need additional materials. Self-Directed - Learner is given necessary guidance, hints, suggestions at each stage of learning; access devices. Self-Motivating - Materials to arouse curiosity, raise problems, relate to familiar situations, make learning meaningful. Self-Evaluating - SAQs, exercises, activities, unit-end questions, etc. for providing feedback. Slide5:  Programme Course (Self Instructional) Blocks Units Section Sub-section Structure of The Programme Slide6:  UNIT STRUCTURE X.0 Introduction X.1 Objectives X.2 Section 1 (Main Theme) x.2.1 Sub-section 1 of Section 1 x.2.2 Sub-section 2 of Section 1 -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- X.3 Section 2 (Main Theme) x.3.1 Sub-section 1 of Section 2 x.3.2 Sub-section 2 of Section 2 -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- X.4 Let Us Sum Up X.5 Answers to Check Your Progress X.6 Suggested Readings Check Your Progress Check Your Progress Pictures, Cartoons Diagrams and, in-text activities etc. Slide7:  OPENING SECTION MAIN BODY/TEXT CONCLUDING SECTION THREE MAJOR PARTS OF A UNIT Slide8:  Title and the number of the Unit/Lesson Structure of the Unit: Outline of the contents of the Unit. Introduction Unit Objectives OPENINING SECTION Slide9:  Explains brief contents of the unit. Relates the theme of the unit to the previous unit. Connects the previous knowledge of the learner with the new knowledge, acts as an advance organizer. Provides motivation to undertake the learning task. Builds up confidence in the learner to proceed further. Provides information and guidance to comprehend the unit properly. INTRODUCTION Slide10:  Statements which specify the Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs). Objectives explain what the learners are expected to learn or do after they have gone through the unit. Helps in organization of content (methods), selection of media (charts, picture, cartoons) and evaluation questions. OBJECTIVES OF THE UNIT Slide11:  General Objectives Specific Objectives in action verbs. Knowledge list, define, identify, (To know) name, label, etc. Comprehension describe, distinguish, (To understand) differentiate, discuss, associate. Application calculate, examine, (To apply) modify, change, classify, demonstrate. AREAS OF OBJECTIVES Slide12:  Analysis arrange, divide, select, (To analyze) select, infer. Synthesis re arrange, compose, (To synthesize) rewrite, formulate, design, plan, prepare. Evaluation assess, rank, grade, (To evaluate) judge, conclude, recommend, grade. AREAS OF OBJECTIVES Slide13:  define the concept of ‘Barter System’. name the main sectors of Indian economy differentiate between capitalist economy and socialist economy. explain the law of demand. describe the major role of Reserve Bank of India. distinguish between fixed cost and recurrent cost. Examples of Objectives Slide14:  Main Content Sub-contents Organization of Content # Deductive Method–From General to Particular. # Inductive Method-From Particular to General. Interactive: Teacher-learner interaction. Clear and Comprehensible illustrations and diagrams. MAIN BODY/TEXT Slide15:  MAIN BODY/TEXT Use simple and easily understandable language. Avoid unfamiliar words, double negatives, passive voice, difficult language structure. Learner friendly approach. Remove feeling of isolation by learner. Build-in personal touch. Incorporate cartoons to create interest and humour. Slide16:  FORMATIVE EVALUATION In-text Questions: Meant to be integrated into the Content. Self-check Questions/Check Your Progress: Learners self-evaluate how far they have understood a particular section/sub-section. Activities Meant to develop the practical skill. Slide17:  CONCLUDING SECTION Summary/Let Us Sum Up Answers to Check Your Progress Suggested Readings/References Key words and their Explanation Slide18:  SUMMARY Recapitulation of main learning points in a logical sequence. Offering your concluding comments on the Unit. Linking the present Unit to the next Unit.

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