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Preparation and evaluation of instructional materials

  1. 1. Preparation and Evaluation of Instructional Materials
  2. 2. Instructional Materials Educational resources used to improve students’ knowledge , abilities, and skills, to monitor their assimilation of information, and to contribute to their overall development and upbringing.
  3. 3. Values and Importance of Instructional Materials  To help clarify important concepts.  To arouse and sustain student’s interests.  To give all students in a class the opportunity to share experiences necessary for new learning.  To help make learning more permanent.
  4. 4. Criteria For Selection of Instructional Materials  Appropriateness  Authenticity  Interest  Organization and Balance  Cost
  5. 5. Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials  Selecting the materials.  Preparing the class for the audiovisual materials.  Guiding the pupils through the audiovisual experience.  Following up the audiovisual experience after its completion.
  6. 6. Various Roles of Instructional Materials in the Different Modes of Teaching/Learning:  Mass Instruction  Individualized Learning  Group Learning
  7. 7. Kinds of Instructional Materials I. Printed Materials a. Textbooks b. Supplemental materials 1. Workbooks 2. Duplicated Outlines 3. Teacher-prepared study guides 4. Reference Books 5. Pamphlets 6. Magazine Articles 7. Newspapers
  8. 8. Kinds of Instructional Materials II. Audio Aids 1. Radio 2. Phonograph 3. Tape Recorders
  9. 9. Kinds of Instructional Materials III. Visual Aids A. Chalkboard B. Still Pictures 1. Non-projected a. photographs b. illustrations 2. Projected a. Slides b. Filmstrips c. Opaque projections d. Overhead Projections e. LCD projections
  10. 10. Kinds of Instructional Materials C. Graphic Materials 1. Charts 2. Graphs 3. Maps and Globes 4. Posters D. Exhibits 1. School-made displays 2. Bulletin boards 3. Museums E. Flannel board and Felt board. F. Objects 1. Specimens 2. Realias 3. Models
  11. 11. Kinds of Instructional Materials IV. Audiovisual Aids 1. Motion pictures 2. Television 3. Videotape V. Demonstrations VI. Community Resources 1. Field trips 2. Resource Person VII. Language laboratory VIII. Programmed Instruction
  12. 12. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) I. Realia and Representations of Realia tools utensils documents costumes doils art objects coins textiles stamps collections facsimile models exhibits dioramas instruments
  13. 13. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) II. Sound and Visual Resources films television video VCR Camcorder Still video camera Compact discs Cameras FAX machine
  14. 14. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) III. Pictures and Pictorial Representatives photographs drawings slides transparencies still pictures post cards study prints albums scrap books collages murals videos story boards
  15. 15. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) IV. Symbolic and Graphic Representations maps charts chalkboard globes atlases posters cartoons posters diagrams graphs bulletin board flannel board time lines
  16. 16. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) V. Microcomputer Resources hardware printer graphics tablet voice synthesizer software modem trackball mouse networks scanner joystick touch window
  17. 17. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) VI. Projectors, Viewers, Players, Recorders slide tape LCD projector Film strips Opaque Overhead video
  18. 18. TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS (Leus, 2002) VII. Resources for Production of Media lettering devises map outlines transparencies slide making chart making picture mounting duplicating map making photocopying