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# Lesson 6 contrived experience

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### Lesson 6 contrived experience

1. 1. CONTRIVED EXPERIENCES  is edited version of direct experiences design to simulate to real- life situation  examples are model, mock up, objects, specimens, games and simulation.
2. 2. Model  is a reproduction of real thing in a small scale, or large scale or exact size, but made up of synthetic materials  substitute to a real thing which may or may not operational
3. 3. atom globe
4. 4. Mock-ups Is a special model where the parts of a model are singled out, heightened and magnified in order to focus on that part or process under study example is planetarium
5. 5. Objects  May also include artifacts displayed in a museum or things displayed in an exhibit or preserved insect specimen in science Animal skull Different Horns
6. 6. Specimen  A portion or quantity of material for use in testing , examination Human Brain in Specimen Jar Mosquito
7. 7. Simulation representation of a manageable real event in which the learner is an active participant engaged in learning behavior or in applying previously acquired skills or knowledge
8. 8. Games • forms of physical exercise taught to children at school • Plays • Examples is relay,
9. 9. To practice or refine knowledge or skills already acquired Identify gaps or weakness in knowledge or skills serve as summation or review Develop new relationships among concepts and principles
10. 10. Difference between game and simulation  Games are played to win: there is a competition  Simulation needs not winner, seems to be more easily applied to the issues rather than to processes
11. 11. Other types of contrived experiences 1. Aquarium- is a representation of plant and animal.
12. 12. 2. Terrarium – is a representation of plant and animal on land.
13. 13. 3. Aviary- is a collection of live birds
14. 14. 4. Herbarium- is a collection of dried herbs.
15. 15. 5. Herbary- is a collection of live herbs.
16. 16. 6. Vivarium- is a representation of plant and animal life putting together those of the same habitat.
17. 17. 7.Planetarium- is a representation of the planets and their relative sizes and distance from each other.
18. 18. 8.Solarium- is a representation of the solar system.(the sun the earth and the moon)
19. 19. 9. Diorama- three dimensional representation of events, ideas or concepts against a scenic background.
20. 20. 10. Orchidarium- a collection of orchids