Lesson plan based on nlp
These include strategies such as matching body language and posture, volume and speed of voice, use of register and slang. These NLP strategies start with the end in mind, enable students to alter their own mental and physiological states, map new learning to their own internal maps or change their internal maps to accommodate the new learning, try alternate ways of viewing or expressing new learning, and future-test new learning for ecology.
My students stop talking and become all ears. Checking ecology is highly subjective, but exercises critical mental muscle, and is less slippery values-based approaches.
Advantages of neuro linguistic programming in education
Sometimes they need to think aloud and talk through their thoughts. Teach Accessing Positive Intent Disagreement and disappointment are a part of life, but this NLP pattern presupposes that we all do things for some positive reason. Rapport Rapport in the classroom is one of the most important elements in getting a message across. Certain actions or spots bring students into certain states. Maintaining flow NLP fits in nicely with 'Flow Theory', the notion that learning flows like water and that the best learning takes place when uninterrupted. The founders of NLP, John Grinder and Richard Bandler, observed excellent communicators and analysed what exactly they did in order to be able to teach this to others. Below are some of the strategies that you can use to incorporate NLP into the classroom. TG says we do it by assembling phrases from a resource. Behavioural indications A third option for determining thought patterns deals with what people do and strategies they use to achieve results. These processes are instantly recognisable in language learners: Deletion There is too much information for the learner to handle.
Noticing this, the teacher can pause and give them the time they need rather than pushing for an immediate answer. I have embedded the slides which accompanied the talk. Sensory acuity Thirdly, we generally tend to understand whether our students are enjoying an activity or are bored to death or we would understand if an innocent discussion is turning into a vigorous fight.
Neuro linguistic programming teaching of four skills
In NLP, a positive state is created through a mental image formed by the process of achieving something mentally or physically, and this state is anchored by a gesture, expression or body movement which is repeated to maintain or recall the state. Creating positive states and anchoring This is about motivation and maintaining positive attitudes to learning. The founders of NLP, John Grinder and Richard Bandler, observed excellent communicators and analysed what exactly they did in order to be able to teach this to others. I am not suggesting that it is normal or even acceptable to dislike our students but all of us who have spent more than a few weeks in a classroom know that we react with our students just as we do with any other group of people with whom we have long term contact; most are distributed along a continuum from 'extremely fond of' to 'thoroughly dislike'. I think NLP purports to interrogate all of these tenets to a greater or lesser extent. Other factors can include distance of speakers and eye contact. NLP was not specifically designed for teachers but for human beings — it will not comment on your syllabus but might comment on the interaction between you and your students and between them. Sikes, R. NLP is done from the heart, not the head. Change your posture and you change your state. To achieve natural communication, verbal and non-verbal aspects need to be combined in communicative activities. Successful learning takes place when learners feel a sense of control over what is happening in the classroom, do not feel self-conscious, and receive positive feedback from each other and the teacher. Behavioural indications A third option for determining thought patterns deals with what people do and strategies they use to achieve results.
These may vary in type and style, consider for example a pole with Suggestopedia at one end and Silent Way at the other, but all have certain fundamental precepts in common: Humanistic Education Means: the centrality of the human spirit, focus on the learning environment, the importance of equality, and the essential nature of communication.
Students can also be taught that negative anchors can be undone and replaced with positive anchors. Learners delete or omit some information in order to make input manageable. Generalisation This is one of the ways that we learn, by taking the information we have and drawing broad conclusions.
After a minute of mismatching, the Observer again gives Person B a signal at which point B begins to match again and Person A continues talking for one more minute.
NLP teaches that effective learning happens best when you know the outcome you want. Empathy for Students Showing empathy for our students is something which most of us probably try to do since we intrinsically understand the value of such behaviour.
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