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Instructional Media
( Classifying Instructional Media )
 encompasses all the materials and physical means an instructor might use.
 to implement instruction and facilitate stud...
CONE OF EXPERIENCE
Verbal
symbols
Visual
symbols
Recording, Radio, Still
Pictures
Motion Pictures
Educational Television
E...
THREE-FOLD ANALYSIS OF EXPERIENCE
 Symbolic
 Iconic
 Enactive
Other classification of Instructional Media
1. According to sense modality.
2. According to projection.
3. According to li...
1. According to sense modality.
a. Audio materials
b. Visual materials
c. Audiovisual materials
2. According to projection...
5. According to pacing of media content.
a. Static
b. Dynamic
6. According to accessibility.
7. According to cost.
8. Acco...
Instructional Media
( Selecting Instructional Media )
PRINCIPLES IN SELECTING INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA
1. Principle of Appropriateness
2. Principle of Authenticity
3. Principle of I...
FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED IN SELECTING INSTRUCTIONAL
MEDIA
1) Relevance of the media to the lesson objectives.
2) Suitabili...
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Classification of Instructional Media

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Classification of Instructional Media

  1. 1. Instructional Media ( Classifying Instructional Media )
  2. 2.  encompasses all the materials and physical means an instructor might use.  to implement instruction and facilitate students’ achievement of instructional objectives.  this may include traditional materials such as chalkboards, handouts, charts and slides.
  3. 3. CONE OF EXPERIENCE Verbal symbols Visual symbols Recording, Radio, Still Pictures Motion Pictures Educational Television Exhibits Study Trips Demonstrations Dramatized Experiences Contrived Experiences Direct, Purpose Experiences
  4. 4. THREE-FOLD ANALYSIS OF EXPERIENCE  Symbolic  Iconic  Enactive
  5. 5. Other classification of Instructional Media 1. According to sense modality. 2. According to projection. 3. According to literacy requirement. 4. According to dimensions. 5. According to pacing of media content. 6. According to accessibility. 7. According to cost. 8. According to electronic requirement.
  6. 6. 1. According to sense modality. a. Audio materials b. Visual materials c. Audiovisual materials 2. According to projection. a. Projected media b. Non-projected media 3. According to literacy requirement. 4. According to dimensions. a. Two-dimensional b. Three-dimensional
  7. 7. 5. According to pacing of media content. a. Static b. Dynamic 6. According to accessibility. 7. According to cost. 8. According to electronic requirement. a. Non-technical media b. Technical media
  8. 8. Instructional Media ( Selecting Instructional Media )
  9. 9. PRINCIPLES IN SELECTING INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA 1. Principle of Appropriateness 2. Principle of Authenticity 3. Principle of Interest 4. Principle of Organization and Balance 5. Principle of Cost
  10. 10. FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED IN SELECTING INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA 1) Relevance of the media to the lesson objectives. 2) Suitability to students’ age, learning abilities and styles, and reading. 3) Accuracy and novelty of media. 4) Provision of learner participation. 5) Provision of feedback. 6) Appeal. 7) Availability. 8) Adaptability. 9) Ease in the use or operation of the media. 10) Learning environment. 11) Cost. 12) Objectivity. 13) Maintenance. 14) Technical quality.

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