History and Government: What are the preparations a teacher ought to make for a radio lesson?

CHAPTER THREE

3e vi). State the preparations a teacher ought to make for a radio lesson.

Preparations for a radio lesson

Farrant (1980) has given the following suggestions on how to get the most out of the educational broadcasting:

  • Get in advance details of the programmes to be broadcast.
  • Select the programmes that have positive value for your students,
  • Judge how to make the best use of each programme you have selected.
  • Make whatever administrative preparations are necessary to obtain the equipment and accommodation needed for the lesson.
  • Prepare the students before the broadcast in accordance with any suggestions contained in the printed teachers’ notes.
  • Plan timing and physical arrangements so that the students receive the programmes clearly
  • Carry out whatever follow-up is necessary to derive full benefit from the programme.
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