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Maria Karren J. Datingaling BSN 21 Mr. Hollands Opus Principles of teaching: 1. 2. 3. 4. Mr.

Holland starts one-on-one teaching of clarinet with Ms. Lang. Many methods Mr. Holland asking questions about their lesson to his students. Motivation When Mr. Holland let Ms. Lang to practice her clarinet by herself. - Independence Mr. Holland telling his students about the condition of his son and apply it to their lessons. Lifelike situations

Principles of learning: 1. Ms. Lang is very motivated to learn how to play the clarinet. The learner must be motivated to learn. 2. Ms. Lang is being active and doing what Mr. Holland is asking her to do in order for her to play her clarinet right. The learner must be active not passive for learning. 3. Louis Russ keeps repeating and practicing his drum routine in order for him to get it right. The learner must repeat or practice what he has learned in order to remember. 4. Rowena Morgan dreams of working in New York and sing as a professional. The learner must clearly perceive her goal. Synthesis: In the movie, we saw different principles in teaching and as well in learning. In the scene where Mr. Holland was teaching Ms. Lang he used one-on-one strategy as his method for teaching in order for her to learn how to play the clarinet right. This method suited his student, Ms. Lang, and as a result, Ms. Lang already learned how to play it. Mr. Holland also let Ms. Lang to practice all by herself. He used independence as his principle so that his student can focus more on her clarinet. He motivated his student to join in discussions by letting them participate in the class. He asked them questions related to their lessons in order for him to evaluate if they really get his teachings. Mr. Holland also used life-like situations by sharing to his students his experiences in life, about the condition of his son, Cole, and applying them in his lesson. Ms. Lang is very motivated to learn how to play her clarinet. It is very important for a learner to be motivated because this will give her inspiration to achieve what she wants. Another learning principle that was seen in this movie is that the learner must be active not passive for learning. This is when Ms. Lang is very active in her one-on-one teaching class with Mr. Holland and she is doing what Mr. Holland asks him to do in order for him to play her clarinet right. The learner must repeat or practice what he has learned in order to remember. This principle for learning was seen in the movie when one student of Mr. Holland, Louis Russ, wanted to really learn how to play the bass drum that he keeps repeating his drum routine and practicing it in order for him to remember it. Louis Russ needs to earn an extracurricular activity credit in order for him to stay eligible for the sports team so thats why Mr. Holland allowed him to be in his band. Lastly, the learner must clearly perceive her goal. This was seen when another student of Mr. Holland, Rowena Morgan, told him that she dreamed of being a professional singer in New York someday. With this principle, the learner is very motivated to achieve her dreams and goals which help her to do her best in every way.