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Traditional Vs Hots

  1. 1. TRADITIONAL APPROACH VS HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS In Mathematics click anywhere on the screen to continue
  2. 2. <ul><ul><li>Traditional: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Students are asked to form groups to undertake different projects and they are left on their own. Then each group presents their findings. No synthesis, analysis, comparison and generalizations follow. </li></ul></ul>Examples click anywhere on the screen to continue This template is designed as a timeline to depict various art periods /eras.
  3. 3. <ul><li>HOTS </li></ul><ul><li>Students collaborate in undertaking group projects. The projects entail collecting data, consolidating and synthesizing them. Then groups report and each one comment on each other’s work and based on their discussions synthesize and make generalizations. </li></ul>Fill in Section A, Section B and Section C with any art period you wish. Alternatively, you might like to fill them with an artist from each period, starting from the earliest (left-most section) to the latest (right-most section.). Fill in your own icon to depict the period/era you wish to teach. There is an activity section done on MS WORD for students to apply their knowledge click anywhere on the screen to continue
  4. 4. <ul><li>Type or insert content here. </li></ul><ul><li>You may add images, sound or video clips by by using the Insert command in the menu bar. </li></ul>template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Traditional Teacher uses drill and practice method where students are asked to add, subtract, divide, and calculate using memorization and repeated practice. click anywhere on the screen to continue
  5. 5. <ul><li>This is page two of Section A. </li></ul><ul><li>To create more slides like this one, go to slide sorter view, select this slide, copy and paste it as many times as you need. </li></ul>template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 HOTS Using simulation for mathematics – real situations to learn math (not just learn and memorize all the formulas). Example: Students set up a virtual pineapple juice stand. Students start with ₧100. Each day, they must decide how many cups of pineapple juice to prepare, select the ingredients, and decide how much money to charge for each cup. Students base their decisions on production costs and the weather forecast. Which sometimes are inaccurate. The game simulates customer behavior, and students record their decisions and outcomes in an Excel sheet. After 10 days, they find out if they have made a profit. click anywhere on the screen to continue
  6. 6. template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Examples of traditional lesson plan <ul><li>This is the last page of Section A </li></ul><ul><li>If you need to create more slides from section A, go to page two of section A and follow the instructions there. </li></ul><ul><li>If you wish to place some artwork from the web, the dummy URL allows you to do that. Merely go to Insert from the Menu Bar and go to Hyperlink to change the URL. </li></ul><ul><li>This page lets you proceed to other parts of the program. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Section B <ul><li>Type or insert content here. </li></ul><ul><li>You may add images, sound or video clips by by using the Insert command in the menu bar. </li></ul>next template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Click to start typing your material for this section.
  8. 8. Section B <ul><li>This is page two of Section B. </li></ul><ul><li>To create more slides like this one, go to slide sorter view, select this slide, copy and paste it as many times as you need. </li></ul>template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Go to the Insert command in the menu bar and select Picture to insert files / clipart on artwork by various artists for this section’s era. Insert any commentary for the artwork above. Go to the Insert command in the menu bar and select Picture to insert files / clipart on artwork by various artists for this section’s era. Insert any commentary for the artwork above. Click to start typing your material for this section. next previous
  9. 9. Section B template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Click to start typing your material for this section. Dummy URL <ul><li>This is the last page of Section B </li></ul><ul><li>If you need to create more slides from section B, go to page two of section B and follow the instructions there. </li></ul><ul><li>If you wish to place some artwork from the web, the dummy URL allows you to do that. Merely go to Insert from the Menu Bar and go to Hyperlink to change the URL. </li></ul><ul><li>This page lets you proceed to other parts of the program. </li></ul>previous
  10. 10. Section C <ul><li>Type or insert content here. </li></ul><ul><li>You may add images, sound or video clips by by using the Insert command in the menu bar. </li></ul>next template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Click to start typing your material for this section.
  11. 11. Section C <ul><li>This is page two of Section C. </li></ul><ul><li>To create more slides like this one, go to slide sorter view, select this slide, copy and paste it as many times as you need. </li></ul>template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Go to the Insert command in the menu bar and select Picture to insert files / clipart on artwork by various artists for this section’s era. Insert any commentary for the artwork above. Go to the Insert command in the menu bar and select Picture to insert files / clipart on artwork by various artists for this section’s era. Insert any commentary for the artwork above. Click to start typing your material for this section. next previous
  12. 12. Section C template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Click to start typing your material for this section. Dummy URL <ul><li>This is the last page of Section C </li></ul><ul><li>If you need to create more slides from section C, go to page two of section C and follow the instructions there. </li></ul><ul><li>If you wish to place some artwork from the web, the dummy URL allows you to do that. Merely go to Insert from the Menu Bar and go to Hyperlink to change the URL. </li></ul><ul><li>This page lets you proceed to other parts of the program. </li></ul>previous
  13. 13. Thank you for using the program. Are you sure you want to quit this program? No Yes template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000
  14. 14. Credits <ul><li>Created by: insert name(s) here </li></ul><ul><li>Indicate references, sources of images, sounds, video clips, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Acknowledgements: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>All navigational images are the property of the National Institute of Education </li></ul></ul>template designed by mr arene koh <arenekoh@mail.com> copyright © 2000 Click here to exit program

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