J. Natarajan, M. Aron Antony Charles

Department of Education, PRIST University

Module is a form of self-instructional package and thus regarded as relatively recent phenomena. It enables the learner to have a control over his learning and accepts greater responsibility for learning. Since strategy demands greater maturity on the part of learner, the modules are more appropriate for more mature students. In recent years, the consent of modular curriculum has been under discussion in secondary schools. In modular approach, all the capabilities required to perform are closely inter-related. Modules can be developed separately for each of inter-related tasks.

Keywords: Modular approach, Teaching, Learning

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J. Natarajan, M. Aron Antony Charles. INSTRUCTION MODULAR METHOD OF TEACHING.American Journal of Social and Educational Sciences, 2020,1:4


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