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What Are The Importance Of Instructional Materials In Teaching?

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Matthew Crist answered
Instructional materials are highly important for teaching, especially for inexperienced teachers. Teachers rely on instructional materials in every aspect of teaching. They need materials for background information on the subject they are teaching. Young teachers usually have not built up their expertise whenever they enter into the field. Teachers often use instructional materials for lesson planning.  These materials are also needed by teachers to assess the knowledge of their students. Teachers often assess students by assigning tasks, creating projects, and administering exams. Instructional materials are essential for all of these activities.

Teachers are often expected to create their own lesson plans. This can be difficult, especially if the teacher has limited background knowledge on the subject. Teachers are expected to have a wide variety of expertise in many different fields. Often, they need instructional aides to supplement their knowledge. Instructional materials can help provide background knowledge on the subject the teacher is planning for, and offer suggestions for lesson plans. Lesson planning is often the most stressful aspect of teaching. Teachers are usually dependent on them to do their job properly.

Assessing students correctly can sometimes be a challenge. There is some controversy about the effectiveness of exams in assessing the ability of students. Instructional materials can offer some insight into the best methods of creating exams.  These materials can also help teachers create assignments and project ideas for students. Teachers are required to use several different methods for assess their students in order to provide the most accurate assessments. Instructional materials often provide innovative and creative ways to assess students’ performance. It is hard to imagine any teacher who is capable of teaching effectively without the accompaniment of instructional materials. In addition to this, any teacher who is deprived of instructional materials most likely experiences stress and anxiety on a daily basis.
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Jennifer Bone answered
People learn in different ways.  Some people are extraordinarily good at retaining information fed to them orally (ie via a lecture) and others absorb and retain a great deal of information that they've read.  Others need visual stimulants or cues to facilitate learning.  Repetition works for a lot of people as well.  Most people, however, require a combination of the above methods and so instructional materials - which can encompass audio visual materials, books, and even practical application - are an excellent aid for assuring that students have the best possible opportunity to retain the information being given to them.
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Instructional materials are important because with them learners have a clear view of what is being taught.
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..the importance of instructional materials in teaching are getting the attention of the students, the class is more realistic, and it gives a viewpoint on the topic.
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Instructional materials will help you to present your lesson clearly and effectively it is also help you to catch the attention of your pupils.
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Instructional materials guide us how to learn well, and it make the students more clearly and interesting.
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It helps teacher to teach well as to make her lesson clear and understandable to the students.
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zhao wenjuan answered
The role of teaching materials, it should be understood as the contents of this section in the textbook system, meaning, the content of courses and lifelong learning development, as well as science and technology and social development, the role played by.

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