Selection an Preparation of Instructional Materials
Mindanao State UniversityCollege of EducationFatima, General Santos CityBY: ALADIN M. AWA
OBJECTIVES:At the end of the lesson, students will be able to: Define Instructional Material. Describe the general criteria for selection andpreparation Instructional materials.OBJECTIVES:
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALSAre devices that assist an instructor in the teaching-learningprocess.include textbooks and other print materials, software and otherelectronic materials, online/Internet resources (including access),and supplies and other materials to support instruction in subjectareas and implementation of the system of Learning Results.
1. Support the lesson objectives.2. Be student centered.3. Build in previous learning.SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
4. Contain useful and meaningful content thatis consistent with sound principles of learning.5. Appeal to students.6. Maintain student attention and interest.SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
7. Encourage students participation, when appropriate.8. Lead students in the direction of the behavior orlearning outcomes specified in the learning objectives.9. Provide proper stimuli and reinforcement.SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS10. Contain quality photos, graphs and texts,as required.11. Be check prior to use for completenessand technical accuracy .12. Contain appropriate technology to thestudents.
SELECTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS13. Be properly sequenced.14. Be easily to understand.15. Include appropriate safety precaution.
PREPARATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALSAvailability feasibility costnumber of students the existing facilitiesThe choice of instructional materials depends on several factors
EXAMPLES OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS•These are dark-coloredsurfaces on which materialcan be written, printed ordrawn using chalk.Chalkboards
•These are large sheets ofpaper, carrying pre-preparedtextual and/or graphicaland/or pictorial information.Charts and wall charts
•These are similar to wallcharts, but generally containless information – often simplya single dramatic image.Posters
•These are useful in cases where three-dimensional representation isnecessary(e.g. crystal structures, animalskeletons, etc.) or where movement hasto be demonstrated, (e.g. flow ofsediment, kinetic sculpture, etc.).Models