 Definition Types of boards Advantages and disadvantages Organising board Uses of board Final tips
The chalkboard is a reusable, flat,vertical writing surface on which textor drawing are made with sticks ofchalk. It was o...
 Instructional aids Inexpensive and adaptable visual aid. Record the suggestions Draw visuals Make lists Support you...
B y Shelley GrayAllow students to use the chalkboard to becomeinvolved in their own learning. With the emergence oftechnol...
There are usually three types ofboards stated as following:Green BoardBlack BoardWhite BoardBulletin board (Soft Board...
As compared to whiteboards, chalkboardshave a variety of advantages: No needs of care Low cost Easy to use Visibility...
 Board summary Title Topic Heading Numbering of Paragraphs Sub heading Information arrange in logical order Easy to...
DATE : 14-06-2011SUBJECT: TEACHINGTEACHER: ZAHEERPERIOD: 4THCLASS/SECTION: VI-ASTRENGTH: 15PRESENT: 14ABSENT: 01USE OF THE...
 Displaying Activities Using visuals Other?
 Organize your board work. Involve the students Let your students see and read what you havewritten. Give students tim...
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  • Instructional aids enhance the quality of teaching.The board provides the teacher with an inexpensive and adaptable visual aid.It can provide the teacher to record the suggestions from the students as they develop main points in a lesson.It provides a space for hand drawn charts , maps, and graphs.It can also be used as a sheet on which to list questions to be discussed or problems to be solved.Meaningful drawings can be drawn to support your words for an explanation as children learn more effectively by seeing things rather than hearing them.
  • As compared to whiteboards, chalkboards have a variety of advantages:Chalk requires no special care; whiteboard markers must be capped or else they dry out.Chalk is an order of magnitude cheaper than whiteboard markers for a comparable amount of writing.It is easier to draw lines of different weights and thicknesses with chalk than with whiteboard markers.Chalk has a mild smell, whereas whiteboard markers often have a pungent odor.Chalk writing often provides better contrast than whiteboard markers.On the other hand, chalk produces dust, the amount depending on the quality of chalk used. Some people find this uncomfortable or may be allergic to it
  • As compared to whiteboards, chalkboards have a variety of advantages:Chalk requires no special care; whiteboard markers must be capped or else they dry out.Chalk is an order of magnitude cheaper than whiteboard markers for a comparable amount of writing.It is easier to draw lines of different weights and thicknesses with chalk than with whiteboard markers.Chalk has a mild smell, whereas whiteboard markers often have a pungent odor.Chalk writing often provides better contrast than whiteboard markers.On the other hand, chalk produces dust, the amount depending on the quality of chalk used. Some people find this uncomfortable or may be allergic to it
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    1. 1.  Definition Types of boards Advantages and disadvantages Organising board Uses of board Final tips
    2. 2. The chalkboard is a reusable, flat,vertical writing surface on which textor drawing are made with sticks ofchalk. It was originally made ofsmooth, thin sheets of black or darkgrey slate stone. Modern versions aregreen because the colour is consideredeasier on the eyes.
    3. 3.  Instructional aids Inexpensive and adaptable visual aid. Record the suggestions Draw visuals Make lists Support your words and voice Ensure Discipline Organize lesson and class. Other?
    4. 4. B y Shelley GrayAllow students to use the chalkboard to becomeinvolved in their own learning. With the emergence oftechnology and digital media in the classroom, teachershave a variety of resources at their fingertips includinginteractive whiteboards and student laptops. However,the age-old chalkboard still can be an effective teachingtool with todays modern students, and in many casesis more reliable than its electronic counterparts.
    5. 5. There are usually three types ofboards stated as following:Green BoardBlack BoardWhite BoardBulletin board (Soft Board)Other?
    6. 6. As compared to whiteboards, chalkboardshave a variety of advantages: No needs of care Low cost Easy to use Visibility Smell and dust Other?
    7. 7.  Board summary Title Topic Heading Numbering of Paragraphs Sub heading Information arrange in logical order Easy to read Service writing
    8. 8. DATE : 14-06-2011SUBJECT: TEACHINGTEACHER: ZAHEERPERIOD: 4THCLASS/SECTION: VI-ASTRENGTH: 15PRESENT: 14ABSENT: 01USE OF THE BOARD1. Board Basicsa) Definitionb) Types of Boardsi. Black Boardii. White Boardiii.Green Boardc) Advantages2. Organising Board3. Use of Board
    9. 9.  Displaying Activities Using visuals Other?
    10. 10.  Organize your board work. Involve the students Let your students see and read what you havewritten. Give students time to copy what you have written. Check students what they have written Check weather all points covered Erase irrelevant material If you have made mistake explain it. Other?

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