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.  -...
What is projected pictures?
What are the guidelines in using this materials? Check the room layout and locate light switches  and dimmers. Make sure...
 Check your equipment. Plan what you will do if the  equipment breaks down.
Examples of projected pictures:
Advantages: are novel, learner’s attention is captured  readily the entire class is able to view a  projected picture at...
Disadvantages: Requires the availability of electricity. Proper usage of the equipments. Expensive or costly to be used...
The aims of projected pictures: Enable to captured the  interest, motivate and vitalized the  learning experience of the ...
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  1. 1. PROJECTED PICTURESPrepared by:Dannyvie Ann ToledoBSEd II - A
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. What is projected pictures?
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5.  Check your equipment. Plan what you will do if the equipment breaks down.
  6. 6. Examples of projected pictures:
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. Disadvantages: Requires the availability of electricity. Proper usage of the equipments. Expensive or costly to be used to be use, and problems of storage.
  9. 9. The aims of projected pictures: Enable to captured the interest, motivate and vitalized the learning experience of the learners.

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