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Low cost and no cost materials

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ONDEVELOPING LOW COST NO COST MATERIALS By Javed Iqbal Anjum PDT, PDCN for EDIP Project.
  2. 2. OVER VIEW Objectives What is low cost no cost materials? Why low cost no cost materials How to develop low cost no cost materials? How to utilize low cost no cost materials in classroom?
  3. 3. LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this session C.Ps could be able to:1. Develop their understanding of low cost no cost materials;2. Develop some no cost and low cost materials;3. Use no cost and low cost materials in classrooms.
  4. 4. DEFINITION OF NO COST LOW COST MATERIALS Low cost no cost materials are the teaching aids which require no cost or available cheaply, and developed by locally available resources and expedite the process of learning in the classroom. Low cost no cost materials are developed from the waste and help the teachers in making the teaching interesting and concrete.
  5. 5. IMPORTANCE OF LOW COST NO COST MATERIALS Low-cost teaching aids can be used in nursery, primary, middle, secondary and senior secondary schools. Low-cost teaching aids can be used for supplementary and illustrative education in the sciences as well as the humanities. However, they are most suitable for subjects like science, geography, mathematics and art and crafts.
  6. 6. LET’S DEVELOP SOME NO LOW COST MATEIALS Examples of “home made” Primary mathematics teaching aids
  7. 7. CONCEPTS OF SHAPES IN MATH
  8. 8. NUMBER AND LETTER FANS For example, if a fan has nine blades, and each blade has one of the following letters: s, t, e, a, i, m, p, r, c Here are twenty spellings that could be tested: cat mat pat rat tear meat cast seat steam peas pair pear praise price tease mist
  9. 9. SIGNAL RESPONSE” CARDS: MATHEMATICS
  10. 10. EXAMPLE “LITERACY DOMINOES The “secret” of designing successful dominoes sets is to ensure that the right- hand side of the last domino matches the left-hand side of the first domino!
  11. 11. AN EXAMPLE OF A MATHS DICE GAME Roll three dice. Arrange to choose a score. Play, say, five rounds. Add scores. Highest total score could be the winner Variation: lowest total score could be the winner, etc. What ideas do you have!?For more ideas, see:www.davidsmawfield.com/resources-practitioners/
  12. 12. EDUCATIONAL “SNAKES AND LADDERS This can be used for any subject, at any level. Make an appropriate pack of question cards. Question cards are placed in a pile face down. Move by throwing a dice. Land on a snake: Answer a question. Wrong answer = slide down the snake. Correct answer = stay put! Land on a ladder : Answer a question. Wrong answer = stay put! Correct answer = climb the
  13. 13. FLANNEL BOARD Arguably one of the best teachings aids ever – but one that largely seemsforgotten about! This is all the more unfortunate as images from magazines and the Internet are more available than ever!
  14. 14. MATHEMATICAL AND OTHER MODELS WITH PIPE CLEANERS AND STRAWS

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