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Field Study 3 Episode 3

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Field Study 3 Episode 3

  1. 1. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) My Learning Episode Overview Episode 3 provides an opportunity for me to develop a teaching-learning resource for a particular unit of study or lesson. My Intended Learning Outcomes In this Episode, I will be able to apply the principles in creating effective audio- visual presentations. My Performance Criteria I will be rated along the following:  Quality of my observation and documentation,  Completeness and depth of analysis,  Depth and clarity of classroom observation-based reflection,  Completeness, organization, clarity of portfolio and  Time of submission of my portfolio. My Learning Essentials Presentation softwares are useful in organizing your lesson with a series of text and graphics, often with audio and video to capture the interest of your learners. The most popular one is PowerPoint but you can also explore so many others softwares or apps like, Prezi, Powtoon, Keynote, Prezentit and Sliderocket. When creating audio-visual presentations, remember the following: 1. Plan your presentation by drafting an outline. Ensure that information is organized in proper headings and sub-headings based on how pieces of information relate with each other. 2. Abide by the Rule of Six. Each slide should have a maximum of six lines and each line with six words. FS 3 FIELD STUDY Learning Episode
  2. 2. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) 3. Ensure that your font size is large enough to be seen by learners at the back. Font size for titles should not be less than 36-40 and 32 for the rest. 4. Include more of key words or phrases and less of whole sentences. 5. Animation should have clear purpose. It should only be used if it will help highlight important points, strongly communicate an idea, and not at all distract the learners. 6. Pictures speak a thousand words. Add pictures and even video clips to enrich your presentation. 7. Follow the 3 C’s for information. All information included should be correct, current and complete. 8. Proper citation should also be observed. Include a list of references at the end of the presentation. My Map An effective teacher makes it her/his business to create slide presentations that really enhance instruction. To realize my Intended Learning Outcomes, I will work my way through these steps:
  3. 3. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) My Tools As you prepare your slide presentations, use the activity form below. Subject Matter/Topic: Introduction to Semantic Objectives:  To introduce the meaning of semantic. Title of my Presentation:  Semantics: The meaning of language Enhancements (Check appropriate box) Graphics Music Hyperlink Animation Voice Narration Embedded Video Sound Effects Stylish fonts Others Description of Appropriate Use:  This slide presentation can be viewed thru Microsoft power point presentation, Adobe reader, Kingsoft office etc. Presentation Storyboard: Slide 1 Semantics: The meaning of language Slide 2 What is Semantic?  Greek word “Semantikos”  Study of meaning Slide 3 Subfields of Semantic Slide 4 Sentential Semantic  Concerns with the meaning of words/sentence. Slide 5 Types of Sentential: Ambiguity  A sentence hasmore than one possible syntactic structure. Paraphrase  Sentences have same meaning. Slide 6 Contradiction  Two sentences cannot be both true. Hyponymy  One word indicates category of things. Slide 7 Entailment  Relation which the truth of one sentence implies the truth of another. Slide 8 Lexical Semantic  Concerns with individual words. Slide 9 Meaning of Relations 1. Polysemy 2. Metonomy 3. metaphor Slide 10 4. Synonymy 5. Ambiguity Slide 11 Lexical Relations: 1. Antonomy 2. Anomaly Slide 12 END…..
  4. 4. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) My Analysis After working on your slide presentation, answer the following questions: What are the good features of a slide presentation?  The good features of a slide presentation are, it have picture that can catch the attention of the students, there are also animation and graphics, the color of the themes and the font colors has unity so it is good in the eyes of the audience/learners. Also the font is readable; it is not too big or too small. And lastly, the themes are appropriate on the topic. Which of these features are present in the slide presentation you made?  One of good features of my slide presentation is the color of the themes, the font colors have unity and also my themes have connected to the topic of my slide presentation. I also make sure that my font size is readable by the learners. Which features are not present in the slide presentation you made?  One of good features that are not present in my slide presentation is it don’t have pictures, video presentation and audio presentation.
  5. 5. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) My Reflection/Insights 1. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the slide presentation? How did you overcome them?  In making my slide presentation, I encounter some difficulties like I don’t have themes that connected to my topic but I overcome this by downloading thru internet. Another difficulties is I only have limited font style so I only use simple styles and it is good that this style is too attractive to the eyes of the audience/learners.
  6. 6. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) Integrating Theory and Practice Direction:Readthe itemsgivenbelow andencirclethe correctanswer. 1. In order for the students to clearly understand the structure and content of the teacher’s presentation, the teachershould have . A. a summary B. several years of experience as a presenter C. a short conclusion D. a short preview 2. Miss Tria is preparing slides for her lessondemonstration, she remembers to apply the rule of six. Mostlikely she will . A. limit her presentation to six slides with six sentences on each slide B. identify six important points to discuss, and use about six minutes to explain each point C. have six lines on each slide with each line having not more than six words D. include six paragraphs presented in six slides 3. Miss Riel is very excitedto do her presentationabout the effects of global warming to Grade 5 students. She wants to make sure the children will be interested. While preparing her slides, she should . A. put animation and slide transition on each slide to sustain attention B. include picture and a short video clip that captures the effects of global warming C. use a different slide design with nature images for each slide to sustain interest D. put one paragraph per slide to emphasize the facts about global warming
  7. 7. LEARNINGEPISODE3 – Slideshow (SlidePresentation) My Learning Rubric Field Study 3, Episode 3 – Slideshow Biz (Slide Presentations) Focused on: - applying the principles in creating effective audio-visual presentations Name of FS StudentAlexa Jean Q. Colocado Date Submitted: August 15, 2016 Year & Section: Third Year/ SED301 Course:BSE-ENGL Learning Episodes Exemplary 4 Superior 3 Satisfactory 2 Needs Improvement 1 Learning Activities All episodes were done with outstanding quality; work exceeds 4 All or nearly all episodes were done with high quality 3 Nearly all episodes were done with acceptable quality 2 Fewer than half of episodes were done; or most objectives were met but need improvement 1 Analysis of the Learning Episode All questions/episodes were answered completely; in depth answers; thoroughly groundedon theories. Exemplary grammar and spelling 4 Analysis question were answered completely. Clear connections with theories Grammar and Spellingare superior 3 Analysis questions were not answered completely. Vaguely related to the theories Grammar and spelling acceptable 2 Analysis were not answered. Grammar and spelling unsatisfactory 1 Reflection/Insights Reflectionstatements are profound and clear; supported by experiences from the learning episodes 4 Reflection statements are clear; but not clearly supported by experiences from the learning episodes 3 Reflection statements are shallow; supported by experiences from the learning episodes 2 Reflectionstatements andunclear andshallowandare not supported by experiences form learning episodes 1 Learning Portfolio Portfoliois complete, clear, well-organized and all supporting; documentations are located in sections clearly designated 4 Portfolio is complete, clear, well-organized and most supporting; documentations area available and logical and clearly marked locations 3 Portfolio is incomplete; supportingdocumentation are organized but are lacking 2 Analysis question were not answered Grammar and spelling unsatisfactory 1 Submission of Learning Episodes Submitted before the deadline 4 Submitted on the deadline 3 Submitted a day after the deadline 2 Submittedtwo days or more after the deadline 1 COMMENT/S Over-all Score Rating: (Base on transmutation) TRANSMUTATION OF SCORE TO GRADE/RATING Score 20 19-18 17 16 15 14 13-12 11 10 9-8 .7-below Grade 1.0 1.25 1.5 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.5 5.00 99 96 93 90 87 84 81 78 75 72 71-below MR. IAN KARLO OLEGARIO _________________ Signature of FS Teacher Date

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