Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingTEACHERS &THE SEVEN LAWS OF TEACHINGThese principles are enumerated and explained by John Milton Gregory, aBaptist Minister and Educator, in The Seven Laws of Teaching, revised edition(1917, original 1884), reprinted by Baker Book House, 1993.) These principlescontinue to be popular with Christian Schools and Home schoolers who wantto pursue a “classical education.”The Seven Laws of Teaching are:1)2)3)4)The Law of the TeacherThe Law of the LearnerThe Law of the LanguageThe Law of Teaching a New Subject(or Law of the Lesson)5) The Law of the Teaching Process6) The Law of the Learning Process7) The Law of Review & ApplicationA Shorter Version: In Acrostic Form*T eachers know their stuff*E eager students pay attention*A ble to understand each other*C onnect the known to the unknown*H elp children to find out for themselves*E xpress and explain it*R eview and apply it
Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingSeven Laws to Help You Present Better: An Abridged version1. Know the subject Study the material fresh each time Seek out and use illustrations from real life Use a natural order of truth, from the simple to the complex2. Generate audience interest Gain and keep the attention and interest of your audience Use a variety of presentation techniques: visual aids, stories, illustrations, questions andDiscussions Make your presentation interactive by asking questions3. Use words that your audience knows Use short sentences Explain new ideas by using objects, visual aids, slides, pictures, analogies and discussion4. Build on known truths Relate your points and illustrations to what your audience has experienced Help your audience understand that practical new knowledge is usable in life experience5. Stimulate self-learning Use practical exercises and illustrations that activate audience members' imaginationsand get them involved Encourage your audience to try new skills and seek new knowledge. Demystify the unknown6. Learn by doing Stimulate audience questioning, answering and participation Make sure your audience's actions are practical. An activity must lead somewhere andgo there for a reason7. Tell them, tell them again, then tell them what you told them Remember that review is the final touch to your presentation Repetition begets retention.
Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingShort DescriptionFull DescriptionLAW OF THE TEACHERThe teacher must knowwhat theyare teaching and preparefresh materials each timethey teach.a. The teacher must know the content of the lesson to be taught.b. The teacher must prepare to communicate the content and message ofthe lesson.c. Methodical lesson preparation:1. Personal study of the lesson content.2. Thorough planning of the teaching process.3. Careful selection of teaching materials.4. Adept selection of teaching methods.5. Thorough development of teaching proceduresd. The teacher should utilize proper tools for his/her preparation. Bibles, dictionary, commentaries, Bible atlas, etc.e. Five practical questions the teacher should ask himself/herself.1. What do I want my pupils to know?2. What do I want my pupils to feel?3. What do I want my pupils to do?4. What choices do I want my pupils to make?5. What kind of character should my pupils manifest?f. Prepare your materials. PowerPoint, object lessons, visual aids, handouts, tools, etc.g. Prepare your methods. Lecture, storytelling, recitation, discussion, question & answer, etc.LAW OF THE LEARNERThe learner must attendwith interest to thematerial tobe learned.The teacher mustgain & keep thestudent’s attention.a. Formally stated, the law is: the pupil must attend paying attention withinterest to the material being taught1. Student’s interest and attention must be generated by the teacher.No interest, nothing retained.2. A teacher's enthusiasm is contagious to students.b. Three types of attention1. The attention may be VOLUNTARY.2. The attention may be COERCED (forced, insisted upon)3. The attention may be ABSORBING (gripping, spellbinding,mesmerizing, oblivious to his surroundings)
Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingLAW OF THE LANGUAGEThe language used inteaching must becommon toteacher and learner.a. The language used in teaching must be common to both teacher andpupil.b. The same meaning must be evident to both before good communication ispossible.c. The vocabulary of the teacher should be adapted to that of the pupil.Otherwise, the use of words foreign to the pupil’s understanding willprohibit the pupil from receiving the message of the lesson. Illustrations, natural objects, and visual aids are important and canhelp communicate ideas, provided they are NOT distracting.LAW OF THE LESSONThe truth to be taughtmust be learned througha truth already known;then the teacher buildsupon that.a. Truth to be taught must be learned through truth already known.A teacher must begin with what is already well known to the pupil aboutthe subject, and proceed to the new material by single, easy, andnatural steps. Ask students, “Has anyone ever seen/heard/been to ” Lessons are best begun with common and familiar experiences. Excellent teachers understand the background of their pupils anduse it as a starting point.b. Jesus utilized this approach.1. Parables.2. He compared spiritual water with physical water.3. He compared door/gate with Himself as the way to Heaven.c. Remember the KISS principle: Keep It Super Simple LAW OF THE TEACHING PROCESSa. The teacher must motivate and guide the student. Teachers are the onesto stimulate the student’s mind into action. The stimulated mind, willproduce deeds eventually forming character. Expert teachers arouse and direct self-activities, thus stimulating themto learn for themselves.Teaching is arousingusing the pupil's mind, tograsp the desired thought b. The teacher must help the student be a discoverer of truth. Althoughyou, the teacher, already know the truth and where it is hidden, lead theor to master the desiredstudent to discover that desired truth. Keep the student’s thought asart.much as possible, placing him/her in the attitude of a discoverer andanticipator.c. The teaching process demands student participation.
Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingShort DescriptionFull DescriptionLAW OF THE LEARNING PROCESSThe student mustreproduce in his ownmind the truth to belearned.a. There are at least five steps in the learning process:1. Memorization2. Understanding3. Expressing the thought4. Giving evidence of beliefs5. Application of knowledge in daily lifeb. It is useful for students to bear five questions in mind during the study.1. What does the lesson say? (Facts to be memorized)2. What does the lesson mean? (Understanding)3. How can I express the lesson in my own words? (Expressingthought)4. Do I believe what I read? If so, Why? If not, why not? (Givingevidence of beliefs)5. How can I use this knowledge? (Application)c. Require the student to reproduce in thought the lesson he is learning--thinking it out in its various phases and applications until he canexpress it in his own language. Words for the teacher to remember: Recap, review, retell, restate,reiterate, repeat, and summarize. All these will help the studentretain information. Real and valuable learning is more than memorization.LAW OF REVIEW & APPLICATIONThe completion, test,and confirmation of thework of teaching must bemade by review andapplication.a. This law is based on the demands of the mind for frequent reviews ofthe lessons learned. Review perfects knowledge, confirms knowledge, and makesknowledge ready and useful.b. Frequent reviews are practical for both student and teacher, therefore,review, review, review, reproducing the old, deepening its impressionwith new thought, linking it with added meanings, finding newapplications, correcting any false views, and completing the truth.
Teacher PreparationTeachers & The Seven Laws of TeachingMatt. 13:19“When anyone hears the word of the kingdom and does not understand it, then the wickedone comes and snatches away what was sown in his heart. This is the one who has receivedseed by the wayside.”For additional studies on this subject research: “The Seven Laws of Teaching” by John MiltonGregory “Teaching to Change Lives” by Dr. HowardHendricks (whose book was written on theprinciples laid out by John Milton Gregory)
Mar 07, 2018 · The Seven Laws of Teaching are: 1) The Law of the Teacher 2) The Law of the Learner 3) The Law of the Language 4) The Law of Teaching a New Subject (or Law of the Lesson) 5) The Law of the Teaching Process 6) The Law of the Learning Process 7) The Law of Review & Application A Shorter Version: In Acrostic Form *T eachers know their stuff
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