THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING
Task 1 3
Stimulus-Response Bonds 7
Teacher/Learner Relationship 7
'Discovery' Learning 8
Avoidance Learning 9
Rote Learning 9
Task 2 11
To Improve Motivation 11
learnÃÂ·ing (lÃÂ»r n ng)
The act, process, or experience of gaining knowledge or skill.
Knowledge or skill gained through schooling or study.
Behavioural modification especially through experience or conditioning.
Learning occurs whenever you adopt new behaviour or modify existing behaviour patterns in a way that has some influence on future performance or attitudes. Learning is therefore a form of activity that results in a lasting or permanent change in behaviour.
Learning is something that we never stop doing. We start learning from the moment we are born and keep on learning until the day we die.
Learning is the ability to understand new things and putting into action the things we have learnt in everyday life.
We can learn by discovering how to do things by ourselves or by being taught by someone else. The key to learning is motivation.
forÃÂ·get (f r-g t , fÃÂ´r-) v. forÃÂ·got, (-g t ) forÃÂ·gotÃÂ·ten, (-g t n) or forÃÂ·got forÃÂ·getÃÂ·ting, forÃÂ·gets
To be unable to remember (something).
To treat with thoughtless inattention; neglect: forget one's family.
To leave behind unintentionally.
To fail to mention.
To banish from one's thoughts: forget a disgrace.
Informal. To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative: Oh, forget it. I refuse to go!
Forgetting with regard to learning is the inability to retrieve what you require (from long term memory).
Possible reasons for forgetting include:
1. We can forget...