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Ed 103 format2
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This file will serve as sample format for their power point presentation. It is vital that it contains: title page, accurate content, summary, references and picture of the author.

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  • Sample from Dr Ava Clare Marie O. Robles
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    • 1. Republic of the Philippines MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Fatima, General Santos City Module 4: Methodology of LearningLesson 5: Enumerate and Explain the Different Types of Graphic OrganizersPresented to: Dr. Ava Clare Marie O. RoblesClass Schedule: TFR/ 9:00-10:30 Presented By: Kenneth B. Banaban
    • 2. Identify the different types of graphic organizers. Know and understand the advantage of using this. Develop the ability to present lessons using graphic organizers.
    • 3. Cycle•An illustration that demonstrates how a series of events interacts .
    • 4. Uses: Used to show how a series of events interact to produce a set of results again and again (weather phenomena, cycles of achievement and failure, the life cycle). Used for helping students understand how an events or issues can be circular or cyclic. Used for organizing information that is circular or cyclical, with no absolute beginning or ending.
    • 5. EXAMPLES OF CYCLE
    • 6. Venn diagram•Is a series of circles (most often three) that overlap to show the possibilities of various data sets. It is also a pictorial representation of relationships. Shared characteristics are listed in the overlapping section allowing for easy identification of which characteristics are shared and which are not. It was developed by a mathematician named John Venn in 1880.
    • 7. Uses: Used to show all possible logical relations between a finite collection of sets. Used as a graphic organization tool when comparing and contrasting two things. Used to illustrate the relationship between events and the corresponding sample space.
    • 8. EXAMPLES OF VENN DIAGRAM
    • 9. Graphic organizers are one wayfor visual thinkers to arrange their ideas.Can be used in all phases of learningfrom brainstorming ideas to presentingfindings. They can be used individuallyor in large groups. Some of this are thecycle which is used to show how eventsinteract and the Venn diagram which isused to illustrate relationships.
    • 10. Bodegas, Nimfa L. et al.(2009).Simplified Worktext in College Algebra and Trigonometry, 2009 Edition.Concepcion, Benjamin Jr. et al. (2012). Licensure Examination for Teachers Reviewer, 2012 Edition. Sampaloc, Manila: MET Review Publishing House.Hall, Tracey and Strangman, Nicole (2002).Graphic Organizers. National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum. <http://www.cast.org/system/galleries/download/ncac/NCACgo.pdf>.North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (1988). <info@ncrel.org>.Walpole, Ronald E. and Myers, Raymond H. (1993).Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientist, Fifth Edition. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.http://www.venndiagram.net/ (2012).
    • 11. Thank you!GOD BLESS!

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