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  • 1. Direct Purposeful Experience By: Jeraldyn C. Abellano C. BSEd II- A
  • 2. Definition:-These are the rich experiences that our senses bring. Weconstruct the ideas , the generalizations that give meaning andorder to our lives.-These are the concrete and first handexperiences that make upthe foundation of our learning. They are the sensory experiences.
  • 3. Why are these experiences described to be purposeful?Purposeful because the experiences are not purely mechanical.They are not a matter of going through the motion.They are experiences that are internalized in the sense that theseexperiences involve the asking of questions that have significancein the life of the person undergoing the direct experience.Besides, these experiences are undergone in relation to a purpose,,,ex. learning
  • 4. FUNCTIONS OF THIS TOPIC:It serves as the foundation of concept formation, generalization and abstraction.It leads us to concept formation and abstraction.AIM: To develop higher level thinking skills.
  • 5. How are you going to prepare in order to make an effective learning?First, let us give our students opportunities top learn bydoing. Let us immerse our students in the world of experiences.Second, let us make use of the real things as instructionalmaterials for as long as we can.Third, let us help the students develop the 5 senses to thefull, to heighten their sensitivity to the world.
  • 6. Fourth, let us guide the students so that they can drawmeaning from their firsthand experiences and elevate theirlevel of thinking.Examples: preparing meals, making a project, doing power point presentation, performing a laboratoryexperiment, delivering a speech and taking a trip.
  • 7. Impact Advantages  Disadvantages We can gain knowledge  There would be a possible through experience. wrong interpretation of that experience that will lead to Serves as the foundation of inappropriate knowledge. concept formation.  When misguided or misinterpreted, it could possibly caused confusion.
  • 8. LESSON PLANI. Objective -To memorize the steps of doing power point presentation. -To manipulate an own power point presentation.II. Topic - How to make power point presentation?
  • 9. III. Materials - ComputerIV. Procedures 1. First, open the computer. 2. Second, find and open the Microsoft Office Power point. 3. Third, Make your own best background design.You can surf in the internet. 4. Type the topic that is to be presented.
  • 10. 5. Fifth, press right click, find the custom animation, to add beauty and effects to the presentation. 6. Lastly, present the presentation that has been made confidently.V. Evaluation - Prepare a topic to be assigned for the students. -Let them research for the topic given.
  • 11. VI. Assignment - Assigned the students a report through the use of power point.
  • 12. PARTS OF SPEECH1. Noun- names of place, person, and things.2. Pronoun- used to replace nouns.3. Verb- action words4. Adverb-used to modify verb, adjective, and another adverb.
  • 13. 5. Adjective- used to describe noun andpronoun.6. Conjunction- used to connectclauses.7. Preposition-ex.:to, of, above, around, under, behind…8. Interjection-exclamatory words. ex.: “Hurry!!”
  • 14. Sentence StructureSentence is a group of related words that expresses acomplete idea.Ex. Nojen is walking to the school.Signs that show us whether the sentence is grammatical:-word orderUse of function wordsForms of the content words
  • 15.  2 parts of sentence:1. Subject (noun, pronoun, noun phrase)2. Predicate (Verb, verb phrase)Ex. a. Nojen (S) is walking (P) to the zoo. b. Dreams (S) can come true (P). c. The horses (S) trot (P) on the street.
  • 16. The word groups : can come true, to the zoo, and on thestreet, are called fragments. Fragments are only part ofsentences .Phrase- is a group of words without subject and predicate. Itcan be used as a noun, adj. and adverb.Clause- is a group of words which has a subject and verb. Ifit can stand alone as a sentence, it is called MAIN CLAUSE.If it cannot, it is SUBORDINATE CLAUSE.