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good teaching goes beyond recall of information.
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are these principles in accordance with brain based teaching and learning
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The statement "a non threatening atmosphere enhances learning " is true . An environment is non-threatening when students feel comfortable sharing their thoughts, ideas, and dreams with the teacher and also with other students.
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A deductive method is a method of reasoning by which concrete applications or consequences are deducted from general principles or theorems are deduced from definitions and postulates.

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Usually teacher began his/her lesson with personal questions, like: “How are you ” or “Is it a hard day for you today ” or “Did you do anything interesting yesterday / at the weekend ” or Start telling them own reflections on a recent event, [ which might interest them, like: “Imagine, what happened to me at the weekend / yesterday …” or “Have you heard that …? This generates some speaking, evokes interest and gives the lesson a dynamic start. [smile]
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