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PURPOSE OF REAL
OR MAKE-BELIEVE,
FACT OR NON-FACT
IMAGES
PAULINE ERIKA V. CAGAMPANG
T-I
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, you are expected to:
A.identify real or make-believe, fact or non-fact images
B.infer the purpose of real and make-believe images
C.differentiate real from make-believe;
D. appreciate the importance and practical uses of real or
make-believe, fact or non-fact images in real life situations.
DIRECTIONS:
CLASSIFY THE PAINTINGS
FOUND THERE AS TO REAL
OR MAKE-BELIEVE.
Real images are pictures which depict visuals of objects or happenings that
exist in real life. These are also known as fact images.
Make-believe images are pictures which illustrate something that is not
real. Though these images may have some realistic features, they are just
product of imagination, thus, do not exist in real life. These are also known
as non-fact images.
Images are found everywhere. They are found and used in books, whether
fiction or non-fiction, advertisements or commercials, movies, tv,
newspapers and magazines. They are used for varied purposes. Would you
care to know these purposes?
PURPOSE OF IMAGES
1. To educate
PURPOSE OF IMAGES
2. To entertain
PURPOSE OF IMAGES
3. To persuade
What smoking can do to your lungs.
Quit smoking NOW!
DIRECTIONS:
STUDY THE IMAGES AND CHOOSE THE
CORRECT PURPOSE. CHOOSE TO EDUCATE IF
IT AIMS TO INFORM, TO ENTERTAIN IF IT
MAKES YOU LAUGH, AND TO PERSUADE IF IT
CONVINCES YOU TO BELIEVE AND TAKE AN
ACTION.
WORK
GROUP
GROUP 1
IMAGES PURPOSE REAL OR MAKE-
BELIEVE
1.
2.
3.
Group 1-FILL THE TABLE
Study the pictures below. Infer the purpose (to educate, to entertain or to
persuade) of each image. Assess if the picture is a real image or a make-believe
image. Write your answers on the table.
GROUP 2
Group 2-PICK A PAINTING
Choose 2 images from the painting exhibit used in the review of the lesson. Then fill out the chart
below.
IMAGE REAL OR
MAKE-
BELIEVE
PURPOSE REASON
1.
2.
GROUP 3
Group 3-SHOW AND TELL
Move around the classroom and pick two images that are either real or make-
believe. Show them to the class and tell what their purpose are and the reason why
you thought so.
Criteria Points
1. Content shows a thorough
understanding of the topic
3
2. Oral delivery of the presentation is
well-polished and within the time limit
3
3. The group worked very well with each
other.
2
4. Creation of the output and its
presentation is within the time limit
2
Total 10
RUBRIC:
Generalization:
Real and make-believe images can educate, entertain and
persuade.
IMAGES THAT EDUCATE help the viewer understand
something better. For example, a photo of historical figure at
an important time in history might educate the viewer.
IMAGES THAT PERSUADE make you want to buy something
or believe something. For example, an image of a woman
wearing make-up persuade women everywhere to buy that
makeup.
IMAGES THAT ENTERTAIN are entertaining to the viewers.
They may show funny things and funny situations or
celebrities having fun.
Say YES-YES-YES if the statement tells something true about images and
NO-NO-NO if the statement tells a falsehood. If it does correct the
statement.
_____ 1. A real or fact image represents something that exists in real life.
_____ 2. A make-believe or non-fact image is just a product of the
imagination.
_____ 3. Both real and make-believe images can be proven or verified to
be true.
______ 4. An image’s purpose is TO EDUCATE if it tells or informs us
something we can learn from.
______ 5. An image’s purpose is TO ENTERTAIN if it invokes laughter or a
“feel good” feeling from us.
______ 6. An image’s purpose is TO PERSUADE if it convinces or influences
us to believe in something or buy something.
Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if
the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade.
1
2
3
Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if
the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade.
4
5
Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if
the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade.
1
2
3
ED
EN
ED
Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if
the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade.
4
5
PE
PE
ASSIGNMENT:
Find 5 pictures and paste it on a
bond paper. Identify each picture
if it’s real or
make-believe and its purpose.
Purpose of Real or Make-Believe COT 1 GRADE 6.pptx

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Purpose of Real or Make-Believe COT 1 GRADE 6.pptx

  • 1. PURPOSE OF REAL OR MAKE-BELIEVE, FACT OR NON-FACT IMAGES PAULINE ERIKA V. CAGAMPANG T-I
  • 2. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, you are expected to: A.identify real or make-believe, fact or non-fact images B.infer the purpose of real and make-believe images C.differentiate real from make-believe; D. appreciate the importance and practical uses of real or make-believe, fact or non-fact images in real life situations.
  • 3. DIRECTIONS: CLASSIFY THE PAINTINGS FOUND THERE AS TO REAL OR MAKE-BELIEVE.
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Real images are pictures which depict visuals of objects or happenings that exist in real life. These are also known as fact images. Make-believe images are pictures which illustrate something that is not real. Though these images may have some realistic features, they are just product of imagination, thus, do not exist in real life. These are also known as non-fact images. Images are found everywhere. They are found and used in books, whether fiction or non-fiction, advertisements or commercials, movies, tv, newspapers and magazines. They are used for varied purposes. Would you care to know these purposes?
  • 13. PURPOSE OF IMAGES 1. To educate
  • 14. PURPOSE OF IMAGES 2. To entertain
  • 15. PURPOSE OF IMAGES 3. To persuade What smoking can do to your lungs. Quit smoking NOW!
  • 16. DIRECTIONS: STUDY THE IMAGES AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT PURPOSE. CHOOSE TO EDUCATE IF IT AIMS TO INFORM, TO ENTERTAIN IF IT MAKES YOU LAUGH, AND TO PERSUADE IF IT CONVINCES YOU TO BELIEVE AND TAKE AN ACTION.
  • 17.
  • 18.
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21.
  • 23. GROUP 1 IMAGES PURPOSE REAL OR MAKE- BELIEVE 1. 2. 3. Group 1-FILL THE TABLE Study the pictures below. Infer the purpose (to educate, to entertain or to persuade) of each image. Assess if the picture is a real image or a make-believe image. Write your answers on the table.
  • 24. GROUP 2 Group 2-PICK A PAINTING Choose 2 images from the painting exhibit used in the review of the lesson. Then fill out the chart below. IMAGE REAL OR MAKE- BELIEVE PURPOSE REASON 1. 2.
  • 25. GROUP 3 Group 3-SHOW AND TELL Move around the classroom and pick two images that are either real or make- believe. Show them to the class and tell what their purpose are and the reason why you thought so. Criteria Points 1. Content shows a thorough understanding of the topic 3 2. Oral delivery of the presentation is well-polished and within the time limit 3 3. The group worked very well with each other. 2 4. Creation of the output and its presentation is within the time limit 2 Total 10 RUBRIC:
  • 26. Generalization: Real and make-believe images can educate, entertain and persuade. IMAGES THAT EDUCATE help the viewer understand something better. For example, a photo of historical figure at an important time in history might educate the viewer. IMAGES THAT PERSUADE make you want to buy something or believe something. For example, an image of a woman wearing make-up persuade women everywhere to buy that makeup. IMAGES THAT ENTERTAIN are entertaining to the viewers. They may show funny things and funny situations or celebrities having fun.
  • 27. Say YES-YES-YES if the statement tells something true about images and NO-NO-NO if the statement tells a falsehood. If it does correct the statement. _____ 1. A real or fact image represents something that exists in real life. _____ 2. A make-believe or non-fact image is just a product of the imagination. _____ 3. Both real and make-believe images can be proven or verified to be true. ______ 4. An image’s purpose is TO EDUCATE if it tells or informs us something we can learn from. ______ 5. An image’s purpose is TO ENTERTAIN if it invokes laughter or a “feel good” feeling from us. ______ 6. An image’s purpose is TO PERSUADE if it convinces or influences us to believe in something or buy something.
  • 28.
  • 29. Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade. 1 2 3
  • 30. Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade. 4 5
  • 31. Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade. 1 2 3 ED EN ED
  • 32. Infer the purpose of the images below. On a ¼ sheet of paper, write ED if the purpose is to educate, EN for entertain and PE for persuade. 4 5 PE PE
  • 33. ASSIGNMENT: Find 5 pictures and paste it on a bond paper. Identify each picture if it’s real or make-believe and its purpose.