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Field Study 3 Episode 5

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Field Study 3 Episode 5 Paper Works (Preparing Hand-outs)

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Field Study 3 Episode 5

  1. 1. PAPER WORKS (Preparing Hand-outs) Name of FS Student _Deliman, Jundel L.__________________________________________ Course _Bachelor of Secondary Education________________________ Year & Section _II__ Resource Teacher _Mary Juliet Doño __________ Signature ___________ Date _03-17-16__ Cooperating School _JH Cerilles State College______________________________________ My Performance (How I Will Be Rated) Field Study 3 Episode 5 - Paper Works! (Preparing Hand-outs) Focused on: Preparing instructional materials (hand-outs) that are appropriate to the learning content. Tasks Exemplary 4 Superior 3 Satisfactory 2 Unsatisfactory 1 Observation/Documentation 4 3 2 1 My Analysis 4 3 2 1 My Reflection 4 3 2 1 My Portfolio 4 3 2 1 Submission 4 3 2 1 Sub Totals { Over-all Score Rating: (Based on transmutation) _______________________ Signature of FS Teacher above Printed Name _______________________ Date Transmutation of score to grade/rating Score Grade Score Grade 20 - 1.0 - 99 12-13 - 2.50 - 81 18-19 - 1.25 - 96 11 - 2.75 - 78 17 - 1.5 - 93 10 - 3.00 - 75 16 - 1.75 - 90 8-9 - 3.5 - 72 and 15 - 2.00 - 87 7-below - 5.00 - below 14 - 2.25 - 84
  2. 2. My Tools As you prepare your hand-outs, use this activity form below. Hand-out Planning Guide 1. What topic do I like to work on? 2. For what grade or year level is my handout? 3. What components do I include in my outline? 4. What type of graphic organizers/flow charts/schemas do I need to use? 5. What references do I use? HAND-OUT PLAN Subject Matter: Circles and Their Lines Grade/Year Level: 9 Outline: I. DEFINITION OF CIRCLE  Circle – a close curve in a plane which all points are equidistant from a fixed point II. PARTS OF A CIRCLE  Center – the fixed point of the circle  Radius – a segment from the center to any point of the circle  Diameter – a segment from a point of a circle to another that passes the center  Arc – the curve of the circle 1. Minor Arc – shorter arc in a circle 2. Major Arc – longer arc in a circle III. LINES IN A CIRCLE  Chord – segment that joins two points of a circle  Secant – a line that intersects a circle at two distinct points  Tangent – a line that intersects a circle at exactly one point
  3. 3. Type of Graphic Organizer/s/flow charts/schema to use: Cluster Mapping References: GEOMETRY III Lightquest Publication, Inc. 2007; ISBN 971-0419-38-8 by Romeo L. Villar, Ph. D. and Engr. Amando A. Sarmiento Circles and Their Lines Parts of a Circle:  Center  Radius  Diameter  Arc  Minor arc  Major arc Lines in a Circle:  Chord  Secant  Tangent
  4. 4. My Analysis After working on your handout, answer the following questions: What are the good features of handouts? Based on my research and observation, the following are the good features of a handout:  Clear  Well-organized  Short and concise  Uses simple language  Effective guide to users Which of these features are present in the handout I made? If I were to judge my own made handout, I could say that the following features are present in it:  Uses simple language – for me, even elementary students could understand my handout  Effective guide to users – a math teacher could readily teach “circles” if he/she uses my hand-out  Short and concise – I made my handout as short as possible yet full of information in order to guide users Which features are not present in the handout I made? I think most of the features I enumerated are present on my hand-out. Only, it is not hundred percent achieved. Say for example, clarity and organization. For me, the handout is not very clear or it needs improvement. I tried my very best to organized it well but it may or may not be well-organized if others will look at it.
  5. 5. My Reflections 1. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the handouts? How did you overcome them? In making the handouts, I encountered several difficulties especially in planning and arranging facts. In order to make the handout clear and well-organized, I need to consider every fact to judge them in accordance to their importance. Although I had a book as guide in makingmy handout, I still need to analyze every detail in order that the users (including me) will be guided. If this will be achieved, the handout would truly serve its purpose which is to guide students, teachers or anyone who uses it. 2. What tips can you give teachers regarding preparation of handouts? If I were asked, these are thetips I could give to teachers regarding preparation of handouts: 1. Choose topic carefully. Choosing topic correctly will give you a good plan on your handouts. 2. Take note on key points. Important details must be taken from the copy of the topic. These will be useful in the handout making. 3. Arrange fact chronologically. Even though you already collected important points in the topic, you need to arrange them in order so that the user (or you) will be able to use it easily. 4. Always remember the good features of a handout. Your handout must possess those features in order to attain a wholesome product in the end.
  6. 6. My Portfolio Circles and Their Lines I. DEFINITION OF CIRCLE  Circle – a closed curve in a plane which all points are equidistant from a fixed point II. PARTS OF A CIRCLE  Center – the fixed point of the circle  Radius – a segment from the center to any point of a circle  Diameter – a segment from a point of a circle to another that passes from the center  Arc – the curve of a circle 1. Minor Arc – shorter arc in a circle 2. Major Arc – longer arc in a circle III. LINES IN A CIRCLE  Chord – segments that joins two points of a circle  Secant – a line that intersects a circle into two distinct points  Tangent – a line that intersects a circle at exactly one point

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