PROJECTED PICTURESPrepared by:Dannyvie Ann ToledoBSEd II - A
Picture – a visual representation of design rendered on a surface, as by drawing, painting, photograph or printing. - a visible image especially one on a flat surface.Projected – to cause an image to appear upon a surface. - to show a picture, such as from a film, transparency, into something, such as a screen.
What are the guidelines in using this materials? Check the room layout and locate light switches and dimmers. Make sure that the images (and sound) are clear, free of static and other interference Know how to use the equipment Make sure that the media are compelling and interesting to the target group. If you are using slides, check to make sure that they are all in order.
Check your equipment. Plan what you will do if the equipment breaks down.
Advantages: are novel, learner’s attention is captured readily the entire class is able to view a projected picture at the same time projected pictures, involve more expense the teacher can prepare ahead of time, the materials are flexible can be used in any order, and can be used over again
Disadvantages: Requires the availability of electricity. Proper usage of the equipments. Expensive or costly to be used to be use, and problems of storage.
The aims of projected pictures: Enable to captured the interest, motivate and vitalized the learning experience of the learners.