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Educ 216 - THE TEACHING PROFESSION

PAUL KENNETH A. PENUELA


Bachelor of Secondary Education
Major in Mathematics
LINGUISTIC PHILOSOPHY

- A unique approach towards understanding languages


and philosophy.
- believes and wants its students to believe that solutions
to philosophical problems can be found by reformation
of the language or a deeper and better comprehension
of the language.

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Why do we teach?

• To develop the communication skills of the learner


• To voice out the meaning and values of things
that one obtain from his/her experience of life
• To express himself/herself clearly.
• Teachers teach to develop in the learner the skill
to send messages clearly and receive messages
correctly.

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What to teach?
 To know how to send clear, concise messages
and how to receive and correctly understand
messages sent.
 Communication takes place in three (3) ways:0
 Verbal
 Non-verbal
 Paraverbal

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Communication

NONVERB
VERBAL PARAVERBAL
AL
- Refers to the Refers to the message Refers to how we say what
content of our through our body we say – tone, pacing and
messages language volume of our voices

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There is need to teach learners to use
language that is correct, precise,
grammatical, accurate so that they are
able to communicate clearly and
precisely their thoughts and feelings.
How to teach?
 Make them experience sending and receiving
messages through verbal, non-verbal and
paraverbal manner.
 Teachers should make the classroom a place
for the interplay of minds and hearts.

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Educ 216 - THE TEACHING PROFESSION

PAUL KENNETH A. PENUELA


Bachelor of Secondary Education
Major in Mathematics
Philosophy of Education

Your Philosophy of Education is your


“window” to the world and “compass” in
life.
 As a teacher you have tremendous
power. You can make a difference in
the life of the young.

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Philosophy of Education

As a teacher, you have to formulate your


philosophy of education. This should
give the direction on what you should do
and be to your students to ban agent of
change.

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Philosophy of Education

As a teacher, you have to formulate your


philosophy of education. This should
give the direction on what you should do
and be to your students to ban agent of
change.

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Teacher Macrina
PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION
as a Grade School Teacher

I believe that every child


 has a natural interest in learning and is capable of learning
 is an embodied spirit
 can be influenced but not totally by his/her environment
 is unique, so comparing a child to other children has no
basis
 does not have an empty mind, rather is full of ideas and it
is my task to draw out these ideas.

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Teacher Macrina
I believe that my task as a teacher is to facilitate the
development of every child to the optimum and to the
maximum by:

 reaching out to all children without bias and prejudice


towards the “least” of the children

 making every child feel good and confident about


himself/herself through his/her experiences of success in
the classroom

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It is important that you make explicit
your philosophy of education. Your
philosophy is your own thought and
formulation, never formulated for you
by the other.
THANK YOU!
Any questions?

PAUL KENNETH A. PENUELA


Bachelor of Secondary Education
Major in Mathematics