HOW TO MAKE A RESEARCH SUBJECT AN ENJOYABLE ONE
BY: MARY GRACE VELASCO VINZON
TEACHER III - BATAAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLDate Posted: January 10, 2019
Research is considered by many students to be a very difficult subject in school. How can teachers make research an interesting subject? How to make research subject an enjoyable one? Primarily to get student’s attention, you need to make sure the content of the subject matter is appropriate to them. How can a student learn precisely in the subject research? Ask them. Make the research subject relevant to them.
Students acquire their knowledge in different ways. Some of the students are visual learners who choose videos, pictures, and figures, although others are good in spoken and written word, music, logic, or even physical activities. To make a comprehensive learning atmosphere, try to combine old-style language teaching methods with audio and visual presentations, written handouts, communicating tasks, and group work. Make the teaching-learning process meaningful and enjoyable.
Props can make your teaching even more engaging. These could be hands-on that exactly signify your subject matter. Props energize your lesson, and will help students remember what they learned. A Research subject is a hard subject, but people learn best when they are having fun. Puzzles or riddles, crosswords, memory games, ordering tasks all are great ways to keep your learners in Research engage and on-task. To make it applicable to everyday life by using real examples, action research, and case studies. Lively music can set the mood and motivate students before your lesson and during breaks. Show something cheerful to drive them up, and lesser it back down to let them know its time to start to avoid boredom in Research subject.
One of the best ways to keep your students engaged is to not overload them with information. Give them too much, and their brains will simply shut off. Keep the research subject short. Students will be more motivated to successfully complete the research subject if their efforts are recognized and if they have something to show for it at the end. Let the students know they will receive personalized certificates to mark their participation. The teacher should also consider added incentives for the highest students.
Teaching should be enjoyable to the students while they are learning. Make your teaching and experiments lively, varied, funny and significant and your participants will learn more and be more likely to come back for more. Teaching is an art form. Good teachers grasp our attention, help us to completely understand complex subject matter, makes us happy and, most of all, inspire us. Acquisition this kind of attention from your students takes practice and experience, but even if you’re new to teaching, there are stages you can take to make your training as exciting as possible.