The 7 Laws Of Teaching

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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 *E eager …

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The Seven Laws of the Teacher 4 Law #4: The Law of Communication Of all the Laws discussed so far, this is the most practical. Teachers are in the business of communication. Communication is the reason for our existence. However, it is also our number one teaching problem. There are many people who could be excellent teachers but because they

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The Seven Laws of Teaching. Introducing the Seven Laws; Law 1:“The teacher must know what he or she teaches” Law 2:“The learner must show interest in the material” Law 3:“The language used in teaching must be common to the teacher and learner. Law 4:“The truth to be taught must be learned through truth already known.” Law 5:Teaching must excite and direct …

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1. The Law of the Teacher. A teacher must be one who KNOWS the lesson or truth to be taught. (You've gotta know your stuff.)
2. The Law of the Learner. A learner is one who ATTENDS with interest to the lesson given. (You have to have their attention.)
3. The Law of the Language. The language used as a MEDIUM between teacher and learner must be COMMON to both. (Use common language.)
4. The Law of the Lesson. The lesson to be learned must be explicable in the terms of truth already known by the learner- the UNKNOWN must be explained by the KNOWN.
5. The Law of the Teaching Process. Teaching is AROUSING and USING the pupil's mind to form in it a desired conception or thought. (Make it active and interesting.)
6. The Law of the Learning Process. Learning is THINKING into one's own UNDERSTANDING the new idea or truth. (Put it in your own words.)
7. The Law of Review. The test and proof of teaching--the finishing and fastening process must be a RE-VIEWING, RE-THINING, RE-KNOWING, and RE-PRODUCING of the knowledge taught."

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In it, Gregory summarizes the seven laws of teaching as follows: A I got thinking about how to apply this first law. And this came to me as one of the first applications: Be very clear on what you are teaching. If you are teaching a skill (reading) don't think you have to teach an idea (Plato's forms) or a text (Plato's Republic). The students are becoming self-learners …

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free web templates. The Seven Laws of Teaching. Source: "The Seven Laws of Teaching," John Milton Gregory, 1884. This is a clear and simple statement of the important factors governing the art of teaching. It has been used with great success as a handbook for teachers in the church school. SEVEN LAWS OF TEACHING (1) A TEACHER must be one who KNOWS …

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Teachers & the Seven Laws of Teaching 1. Law #1: The law of PREPARATION. a. The teacher must know the content of the lesson to be taught. b. The teacher must prepare to communicate the content and message of the lesson. c. Methodical lesson preparation: 1. Personal study of the lesson content. 2. Thorough planning of the teaching process. 3. Careful selection of …

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The first law of the teacher, both Milton and Hendricks agree, is that a teacher can’t teach what she doesn’t know. “The teacher must know that which he would teach…. Imperfect knowing must be reflected in imperfect teaching.”. – John Milton Gregory. “If you stop growing today, you stop teaching tomorrow.”. – Howard Hendricks.

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Finally, when it comes to Laws #5 and #6, which require repetition and review, His lesson is a complete failure, for these things are hardly possible when the student has left the classroom! If the purpose and goal of teaching can be summed up in the Seven Laws of Teaching, then this is not an effective lesson at all.

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Download The Seven Laws Of Teaching books, The Seven Laws of Teaching by John Milton Gregory, first published in 1886, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. …

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by. John Milton Gregory. 4.24 · Rating details · 740 ratings · 125 reviews. Explores seven basic principles of education teachers can use to improve their effectiveness in the classroom, including the laws of teaching, the teacher, the learner, the language, the lesson, the teaching process, the learning process, and review and application.

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The Seven Laws of Teaching ”The w!ld’s best w!k, in schools as we" as shops, is done by #e calm, Law 7 Law of Review The completion, test, and confirmation of the work of teaching must be made by review and application. • review perfects knowledge • review confirms knowledge • review renders it “No time in teaching is spent more profitably than that spent in …

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Law of Retention. Enable your students to master twice the material in half the time as you use the secrets of speed-teaching. Law of Need. Demolish boredom and give your students reason to achieve with the seven universal motivators. Law of Equipping. Employ the Master Teacher's secrets of super coaching to help your students learn any skill.

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This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project

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The Seven Laws of Teaching These principles are enumerated and explained by John Milton Gregory, a Baptist Minister and Educator, in The Seven Laws of Teaching, revised edition (1917, original 1884), reprinted by Baker Book House, 1993.) These principles continue to be popular with Christian Schools and Home schoolers who want to pursue a “classical education.” 1. …

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The Seven Laws & Their Rules. Like all the great laws of nature, these laws of teaching seem clear and obvious; but like other fundamental truths, their simplicity is more apparent than real. Each law varies in its application with varying minds and persons, although remaining constant in itself. […] These laws and rules apply to the teaching

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