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    • “REPORT IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY” By: Marecel G. Pantano
    • Picture is a visual representation of an object orscene upon a flat surface as a painting, drawing,engraving or photographs. is a mental picture or impression of thenature of a situation or event.
    • Movie – a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images given by the illusion of continuous movement.Painting – graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface.Photograph – a representation of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide, recorded by a camera on light sensitive material.
    • • Mental picture – is a clear and mental telling image.• Video – the visible part of the television transmission.• Word picture – is a graphic or vivid verbal description.
    • “Using picture in teaching” Visuals of various kinds – photographs,paintings, diagrams, illustrations – areessential to a good art program. Their purposeis to enhance and hone the visual perceptionof the students. Without the “critical looking”and “educated seeing” that students developwhen visuals are used to support their artprogram then students’ creative artproduction capabilities will be significantlyimpaired and retarded.
    • “Learning with pictures” Generally speaking, pictures,painting, and other visual constitute themost effective, most plentiful and leastexpensive teaching medium. It is alsothe medium that is least utilizedbecause teachers are underutilizing itthis eminently useful resource.
    • “Sources of picture” • Calendars • Magazines • Post cards • Greeting cards • Advertising • Posters
    • “Building picture file” Teachers should pool their picturecollections in some central location. Thenthe visual should be categorized accordingto the topic or theme. To some degree thecategory will be determined solely by thecontent of the picture. However, picturesmay also be categorized according tointended used.
    • THANKS FOR LISTENING