Principles of Teaching 1: the Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives with the Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organizing of Contents

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Gen. Santos Ave., Upper Bicutan, Taguig City TAGUIG CAMPUS PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 1 SEED 3043 2ND Semester SY2010-2011 The Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives with the Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organizing of Contents Prepared by: GARCIA, JENNIFER A., BSED II-1 Submitted to: DR. JUANITA B. CARLOS March 19, 2011 INTRODUCTION The Relationship of the Taxonomy of Objectives with the Guiding Principles in the Selection and Organizing of Contents is the concept I choose, because I believed that taxonomy of objectives has the important role and the most significant things to consider in selection and organizing of contents. Taxonomy according to The Oxford English…show more content…
| 5-13 14 15-17 18-19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 | PART 1 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY November 7, 2010 “Actions of men are the best interpreter of their thoughts” Every action and every behavior that we have done, whatever we will be doing, whatever action that will be seen to us is just a product of our thoughts and it will reflect on ourselves as our identity. Whatever actions we’ve done is what we think. So we should be careful of our actions and of our thoughts. This passage is also related to “actions speak louder than words,” because whatever thoughts we have or whatever we think will be reflected on our actions. This passage affects me much as a student because, as a student I’m dealing with so many people not only in the class but also with other groups within the campus. And as a student who is building an identity I should be very careful with all my decisions and actions. Be good examples to them as I always told them and be a good follower. As a future teacher, I should not practice the thinking of what will always benefits not only for one student but for all my students. So I should

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