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    3) Reaction Process-
    Under this stage teacer observes the students that how they response to the teacher's questions.The pupilhas to learn the proper way of reacting and responding to the various stimuli and teaching techniques presented to it. This phase is responsible for establishing appropriate verbal and non verbal class room interaction between teacher and pupils.

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Tuesday, June 30

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    SELFpecial equipment is required.
    Available to any numbers: it is available to any no. of learners studying same course at one time.
    Standardized content: learners receive the same teaching.
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    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
    INTRODUCTION
    This article is about self- instructional materials. It is about how students instruct themselves with self-instructional material without any help of the teacher, its advantages over textbooks. Open universities produce self-instructional materials. IGNOU i.e. Indira Gandhi National Open University, is one of such universities.
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    CHARACTERISTICS OF SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
    As a teacher, trainer, and line manager or as a learner everyone must have used self-instructional material in open, distance or flexible learning contexts. In primary school it may have involved you giving children a work card in arithmetic to complete, a tactile puzzle to solve or directions to follow in playing a game. In secondary school you may have provided directions to conduct an experiment, data to solve a problem or guidelines to undertake project work. In further education & training you may have prepared materials to stimulate fault diagnosis or used multimedia & computer based packages to provide a resource for your teaching. At its simplest you may have given learners a technical report, blueprint, circuit diagram or extract to study together with a series of questions to answer. You may have followed the manufacturers instructions to assemble DIY furniture, programme the time control on the central heating or cooker-with different degrees of success! All of the above could constitute self-instructional material.
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    DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL
    The first paragraph shows that in how many ways the self instructional material can be used in different contexts, whether be it financial, industrial or educational environment.
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    Private learning: no danger of loss of face as it might be feared in certain kinds of group studies.
    Available at any time: learners can learn when they wish rather than according to external timetable.
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    fixed or special equipment is required.
    Available to any numbers: it is available to any no. of learners studying same course at one time.
    Standardized content: learners receive the same teaching.
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    Learners deserve the best teaching and training material that we can provide; materials that are not affected by the particular preferences of the teacher or trainer. A feature of the self-instructional material is that it enables all learners to receive same teaching material. Furthermore, since the materials are available to others for scrutiny it is possible that the current thinking and arguments are possible to be central-rather than personal views of the author.
    In large institutions it is not unusual for the learners to be taught by two or more trainers/teachers- each followings same book or syllabus or scheme of work, however an independent observer would be excused if they judged that two different courses were being taught! Indeed if a same person conducts two classes the difference in presentations is likely to be significant.
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