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1 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
2 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
3 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo
Arnel C. Hermosa
Madelyn A. Guipo
Ivem J. Mislos
April Anne Villaflor
Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B
Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________
Cooperating School: Sagay National High School
At the end of this activity, you will be competent in identifying and classifying
resources that facilitate teaching and learning process.
4 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
As you visit and observe the learning resource center, use activity forms
provided for you to document your observation. Ask the assistance of the one staffing
the center courteously.
Read the following statements carefully before you observe.
1. Go around the Learning Resource Center.
2. See what learning resources are present.
3. Examine how the materials are arranged and how they are classified?
4. Look for the guidelines/procedures for borrowing of materials. Are these
guidelines/procedures posted or available for the users to refer to?
Sagay National High School has the library as their major learning resource
center. Stored in it are the different learning resources such as books, television,
cassette/stereo, typewriters, magazines and others. These resources are properly taken
care of. They are free from moisture and dust because the librarian assigned some
students to clean and polish the learning center. The books can be borrowed directly
provided that they must be handled well and returned properly after use. There are
rules and regulations posted near the door that everyone may directly notice.
An Observation Guide for a
LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER
5 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
After you have observed, classify the resources available in the learning resource
center. Please use the activity form provided for you.
Name of Center Observed: Sagay National High School’s Library
Date of Observation: August 22, 2016
Name of Observers: Daryl S. Melo
Arnel Hermosa
Ivem J. Mislos
Madelyn A. Guipo,
April Anne Villafor
Course/Year/School: BSED 3-B/NONESCOST
List of Available Learning Resources
Available Learning
Resources (enumerate
in bullet form)
Characteristics and
Unique Capabilities
Teaching Approaches where
the Resource is most Useful
1. Printed Resources
 Books
 Encyclopaedia
 Magazines
 Text booklets
 Dictionaries
These are the major source of
information for the teacher
lessons. These can also help
the learner’s reading skills and
vocabulary development.
Lecture approach – source of
information for the teacher’s
lessons.
Linguistic approach – help to
develop ones vocabulary and
reading skills.
2. Audio Resources
 Speaker
 Microphone
 Radio
 Televisions
These are commonly used to
develop the learners listening
skills. It can also make
learning more effective.
Metacognitive approach – let
children to think deeply with
these learning materials.
3. Non-electronic Visuals
Resource
 Charts
 Chalkboard
 Bulletin board
These are used to represent
the lessons visually.
Lecture approach – use in
representing the lessons.
4. ICT Resources
 Computers
 printer
They will keep you abreast in
any current trends and
information.
Integrated Learning approach –
the different senses of the
learners will be involved through
the use of these materials.
Impression: Their learning resource center has many learning resources that will greatly
contribute to the faster learning of the students.
Name and Signature of Observers: Daryl S. Melo, Arnel Hermosa, Madelyn A. Guipo,
Ivem J. Mislos & April Anne Villaflor
Name and Signature of the Learning Resource Center In-charge:
EDNA J. MONDRAGON
6 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
1. Were the learning resources/materials arranged properly according to
their function and characteristics?
Yes. The learning resources of Sagay National High School were arranged
properly according to their functions and characteristics. The books,
magazines, and other printed materials are arranged properly in the shelves
and the ICT and other electronic resources are placed in the safe area.
2. Do the guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access on the materials
by the teachers? Why? Why not?
Yes. The guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access to the materials by
the teacher because the instruction was very clear and was posted on the
door before entering the center. The selection of words in the guidelines was
very clear.
3. What are the strengths of this Learning Resource Center?
The learning resource center was clean, the resources/materials and
conducive for learning for the learners who are wanted to study inside the
library. Therefore, the learners can easily access information from the
learning resources.
4. What are its weaknesses?
There were some parts of the shelves that have been destroyed. There are
some specific areas in the library that was not cleaned well. The location of
the library was located at the second floor of the building so students may
hard to go with it.
5. What suggestions can you make?
We will suggest that the cleanliness of the center should be maintained. The
learning resources/materials should be always safe and good condition should
always be maintained so that it still useful to the succeeding generation of
the learners. In addition, the center must be placed in the safe area so that
children will not be going upstairs to avoid farther accident.
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FIeld Study 3

  • 1. 1 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
  • 2. 2 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I
  • 3. 3 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo Arnel C. Hermosa Madelyn A. Guipo Ivem J. Mislos April Anne Villaflor Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________ Cooperating School: Sagay National High School At the end of this activity, you will be competent in identifying and classifying resources that facilitate teaching and learning process.
  • 4. 4 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I As you visit and observe the learning resource center, use activity forms provided for you to document your observation. Ask the assistance of the one staffing the center courteously. Read the following statements carefully before you observe. 1. Go around the Learning Resource Center. 2. See what learning resources are present. 3. Examine how the materials are arranged and how they are classified? 4. Look for the guidelines/procedures for borrowing of materials. Are these guidelines/procedures posted or available for the users to refer to? Sagay National High School has the library as their major learning resource center. Stored in it are the different learning resources such as books, television, cassette/stereo, typewriters, magazines and others. These resources are properly taken care of. They are free from moisture and dust because the librarian assigned some students to clean and polish the learning center. The books can be borrowed directly provided that they must be handled well and returned properly after use. There are rules and regulations posted near the door that everyone may directly notice. An Observation Guide for a LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER
  • 5. 5 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I After you have observed, classify the resources available in the learning resource center. Please use the activity form provided for you. Name of Center Observed: Sagay National High School’s Library Date of Observation: August 22, 2016 Name of Observers: Daryl S. Melo Arnel Hermosa Ivem J. Mislos Madelyn A. Guipo, April Anne Villafor Course/Year/School: BSED 3-B/NONESCOST List of Available Learning Resources Available Learning Resources (enumerate in bullet form) Characteristics and Unique Capabilities Teaching Approaches where the Resource is most Useful 1. Printed Resources  Books  Encyclopaedia  Magazines  Text booklets  Dictionaries These are the major source of information for the teacher lessons. These can also help the learner’s reading skills and vocabulary development. Lecture approach – source of information for the teacher’s lessons. Linguistic approach – help to develop ones vocabulary and reading skills. 2. Audio Resources  Speaker  Microphone  Radio  Televisions These are commonly used to develop the learners listening skills. It can also make learning more effective. Metacognitive approach – let children to think deeply with these learning materials. 3. Non-electronic Visuals Resource  Charts  Chalkboard  Bulletin board These are used to represent the lessons visually. Lecture approach – use in representing the lessons. 4. ICT Resources  Computers  printer They will keep you abreast in any current trends and information. Integrated Learning approach – the different senses of the learners will be involved through the use of these materials. Impression: Their learning resource center has many learning resources that will greatly contribute to the faster learning of the students. Name and Signature of Observers: Daryl S. Melo, Arnel Hermosa, Madelyn A. Guipo, Ivem J. Mislos & April Anne Villaflor Name and Signature of the Learning Resource Center In-charge: EDNA J. MONDRAGON
  • 6. 6 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Were the learning resources/materials arranged properly according to their function and characteristics? Yes. The learning resources of Sagay National High School were arranged properly according to their functions and characteristics. The books, magazines, and other printed materials are arranged properly in the shelves and the ICT and other electronic resources are placed in the safe area. 2. Do the guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access on the materials by the teachers? Why? Why not? Yes. The guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access to the materials by the teacher because the instruction was very clear and was posted on the door before entering the center. The selection of words in the guidelines was very clear. 3. What are the strengths of this Learning Resource Center? The learning resource center was clean, the resources/materials and conducive for learning for the learners who are wanted to study inside the library. Therefore, the learners can easily access information from the learning resources. 4. What are its weaknesses? There were some parts of the shelves that have been destroyed. There are some specific areas in the library that was not cleaned well. The location of the library was located at the second floor of the building so students may hard to go with it. 5. What suggestions can you make? We will suggest that the cleanliness of the center should be maintained. The learning resources/materials should be always safe and good condition should always be maintained so that it still useful to the succeeding generation of the learners. In addition, the center must be placed in the safe area so that children will not be going upstairs to avoid farther accident.
  • 7. 7 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Which of the materials in the learning resources caught your interest the most? Why? The learning resources that caught my interest the most was the computer. During my elementary years in this school, I could not remember that we use computers in the discussion. In fact, the computers were only located at the principal’s office and only the teachers are allowed to use. 2. Which gadgets/materials are you confident to use/operate? The materials that I am confident to use are the books, encyclopaedias and magazines. I have been using these materials since the day I started to go to school. 3. Which one do you feel you need to learn about? The gadget that I feel I need to learn more is how to use or operate the computers. Even though I already have the knowledge on how to operate the computer, I still think that I need to improve it more. 4. Read an article about your answer in number 3. Paste a copy of the article here. A computer is an electronic device, which executes software programs. It is made up of two parts - hardware and software. The computer processes input through input devices like mouse and keyboard. The computer displays output through output devices like a monitor and printer. The size of a computer varies considerably from small personal computers to gigantic supercomputers which require an entire building to host them. The speed of computers also has a very large range. Computers have become indispensable in today's world. Let us take a look at some of the uses of computers.
  • 8. 8 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo Arnel C. Hermosa Madelyn A. Guipo Ivem J. Mislos April Anne Villaflor Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________ Cooperating School: Sagay National High School At the end of this activity, you will be competent in appraising the effectiveness of display boards as learning resources.
  • 9. 9 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I As you look around and examine board displays, use the activity forms provided for you to document your observation. 1. Go around the school and examine the board displays. How many board displays do you see? 2. Where are the display boards found? Are they in places where target viewers can see them? 3. What are the displays about? What images and colors do you see? How are the pieces of information arranged? 4. What materials were used in making the displays? Are borders used? 5. Do you notice some errors? (misspelled words, grammar inconsistencies and the like) 6. Are the messages clear and 7. You may choose to take a photo of the display board (If allowed) OBSERVATION REPORT Name of the School Observed: Sagay National High School Location of the School: Poblacion II, Sagay City Date of Visit: September 22, 2015 As I look around and examine the board displays, I have found out that every classroom has its own board display. Some classrooms have a bulletin board for birthdays of students, classroom cleaners, classroom officers, classroom activities and announcement and the most common was the board display that contains the topics to be discussed in a certain grading period. I have seen 3 board displays outside the classroom but it was more than that if I will examine the whole campus. Board displays were located in front of the canteen, near the faculty room and also near the entrance gate. Most of it was announcements, activities or events in school and etc… The announcements were written in a formal way that everyone can quickly and clearly understand , the information were arranged past to latest and the materials used have a high quality that can last for a longer time. Board display near the entrance of the gate was covered by a class, so as to give protection to the content and materials used. Messages were clear enough as I read it and it can be easily understood because there were no misspelled words or any inconsistencies in grammar. An Observation Guide for BOARD DISPLAYS
  • 10. 10 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I From among the board displays that you saw, pick the one that you got most interested in. Evaluate it using the evaluation form below BOARD DISPLAYS EVALUATIN FORM Topic of the board display: Peace and Justice Location of the Board Display in School: Inside the classroom Check the column that indicates your rating. Write comments to back up your ratings. 4-Outstanding 3-Very Satisfactory 2-Satisfactory 1-Needs Improvement Criteria NI 1 S 2 VS 3 O 4 Comments
  • 11. 11 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I An Evaluation Report of a Bulletin Board (Option 2) Bulletin Board Evaluated by: Daryl S. Melo, Arnel C. Hermosa, Madelyn A. Guipo, Ivem J. Mislos, April Anne Villafor Location: Sagay National High School Brief Description of the Bulletin Board: The bulletin board was all about peace and justice. The bulletin board is big and the illustrations are attractive to the target audience. EVALUATION Strengths Weaknesses Observations: It was beautiful and the information was clear but it was not very attractive. Their bulletin board displays were durable, and effective. The information was clear. The bulletin board is not very attractive. There are some missing designs of the board. Some pictures were not arranged well. Judgments / Evaluation of educational content and other aspects: The display conveys the message of peace and justice. The information is useful and relevant to the learners need. The information was clear. I don’t see any weakness in the information in the bulletin board. Recommendations or Suggestions for improvement: In making a bulletin board, aside from being updated. You should make it very attractive. We should add pictures related to the topic and arranged it properly. Signature of Evaluator over Printed Name :
  • 12. 12 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Did the board display design reflect the likes/interest of its target audience? Why? Why not? The bulletin board designs reflect to the interest of the learners because it gives information clearly by putting several pictures related to the topic. The whole bulletin board is attractive where all students my amaze while reading its content. 2. Was the language used clear and simple for the target audience to understand? Why? Why not? Yes. The language used in the bulletin board was clear and simple that the target audience could understand immediately. It uses information which was clear to the learners and the font size was also clear that can be seen few meters away. 3. What do you think was the purpose of the board display? Was it effective? Why? Why not? The purpose of the board display is motivational and decorative. This is motivational because the messages can motivate the learners to perform better and have greater confidence to promote peace and order in their early age. It is decorative because it will add beauty in the atmosphere of the school if it was creatively made. 4. What suggestions can you make? I suggest that in making bulletin board we should consider the neatness and the proper arrangement of the pictures. The purpose of the bulletin board should deal three purposes – the decorative, motivational and instructional purposes, so that it makes learners to get better learning from it.
  • 13. 13 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I My Proposed Board Display Theme: “Technology in Education”
  • 14. 14 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I (Optional activity) based on your suggestions, make you own display lay out. You may present your output through any of these:  A Hand-made drawing or layout  An Electronic (computer) drawing or illustration or layout  A collage My Board Display Lay-out
  • 15. 15 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Name at least 5 skills that a teacher should have to be able to come up with effective board displays. Elaborate on why each skill is needed. Teachers should have these skills in making a board display: a. Creativity Instructional content can be dry and boring in a classroom setting. Creative teachers try to present concepts and content in an interesting way. b. Visual skills Teachers are somewhat like interior designers; they must be able to visualize the presentation and impact they want to create, and then apply those to the display. c. Organizational skills It includes comparing and contrasting, grouping and arranging content in a meaningful way. d. Communication Teachers know that words combined with visual content can often communicate more than words alone. As well, the teacher must be a good communicator. e. Minimalistic views Good teachers know they must minimize content to the basic building blocks they want to teach. Rather than a display aimed at students who understand the most, the best, or the easiest, the display would be geared to include students who understand the least, the poorest, and the hardest. 2. Which of the skills do you already have? Recall your past experience in making board displays. How do you practice these skills? The skills that I have are the visual skills, organizational skill and the skill of minimalistic views. I do practice these skills everyday by improving it and helping others to gain such skills. 3. Which skill do you still to develop? Reflect on how can you improve on or acquire these skills. The skills that I still to developed are the creativity and communication skills. I think still need to improve my creativity skills because base on my output I observed that my work was not very colourful and attractive.
  • 16. 16 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo Arnel C. Hermosa Madelyn A. Guipo Ivem J. Mislos April Anne Villaflor Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________ Cooperating School: Sagay National High School At the end of this activity, you will be competent in determining the appropriateness of teaching aids to learning tasks.
  • 17. 17 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I As you observe the class, use the activity forms provided for you to document your observations. Class observation Guide Read the following statements carefully before you observe. 1. What is the lesson about? 2. What visual aids/materials/learning resources is the teacher using? 3. Observe and take notes on how the teacher presents/uses the learning resources. 4. Closely observe the learners’ response to the teacher’s use of the learning resources. Listen to their verbal responses. What do their responses indicate? Do their responses show attentiveness, eagerness and understanding? 5. Focus on their non-verbal responses. Are they learning forward showing their interest on the lesson and the materials? Are they looking towards the direction of the teacher and the materials? Do their actions show attentiveness, eagerness and understanding? OBSEVATION REPORT Date of Observation: August 04, 2016 School: Sagay National high School Subject: T.L.E Topic: Accounting & Management Grade or Year Level: Grade 11-F During our observation in Senior High Class (Grade 11-F), the teacher reviews first the class about their topic last meeting. After that, he introduces the new lesson which is all about “Management”. He uses tablet for delivering the instruction and white board for taking notes the important details. He also gives some jokes which make the class become livelier. While the students use their smartphones in which the documents was sent by the teacher through “ShareIt” . They actively participate in the class discussion. The raise their hands when the teacher asks questions. And, some students are taking down notes of what the teacher has said.
  • 18. 18 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I UTILIZATION OF TEACHING AIDS FORM Grade or year level of class observed: Grade 11 Date of Observation: August 04, 2016 Subject Matter: Accounting & Management Brief Description of Teaching Approach Used by the Teacher: The teacher used deductive method of teaching. From general to specific. He first asks the students regarding about business on how to manage it. Teaching Aids used (Enumerate in bullet form) Strengths Weaknesses Comments on Appropriateness of the Teaching Aids used  Tablet  Smartphones It contains information about the topic. It is easy to manipulate and transfer data to the students’ smartphones. This is very helpful for the students to have their own documents saved in their own smartphone. It is costly. Not all students have their own smartphone because they cannot afford to buy it. Using tablet in the class especially in the discussion/presentation of the lesson was very effective, because student can participate actively with lessons. Using smartphones in a the class will help the students to actively participate in the class.
  • 19. 19 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. What do you think prompted the teacher to choose the materials/ learning resources that he/she used? I think the teacher prompted to use the material because he already know the subject matter that he will be going to discuss and he already knows if what the learning materials/resources he will used. Another reason is the teacher has already the stock of instructional materials in her bank so she can easily get these in its bank by the times that she needs to use these. 2. What difficulties, if any, did the teacher experience? How can this be managed? I think the only problem was encountered by the teacher was the behaviour of the students. The teacher manages the behaviour of the students through disciplining the students. He gives some punishment to them such as decrease of scores in daily quiz. 3. Over-all, were the learning resources/materials used effectively? Why or why not? The learning material is used effectively in the class. Even though he has no visual aids, the teacher still got the positive response from the class by letting his student do some activities through their smartphones as the source of information. The students pay their attention to the learning material because using of this instructional material is the only way of getting more learning.
  • 20. 20 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Put yourself in the place of the teacher. What would you do similarly and what would you do differently if you will teach the same lesson to the same group of students? Why? If I were in the place of the teacher, I’ll find ways to get the learners attention in using learning materials. Similarly to his strategy, I will use the instructional materials in relevance to the lesson that I will be going to discuss in the class so that the learners can acquire better learning. Differently, I will make instructional materials which are more attractive to the learners. I will improve his style in teaching with the used of instructional materials, instructional materials should be very attractive that could catch the learners’ attention.
  • 21. 21 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo Arnel C. Hermosa Madelyn A. Guipo Ivem J. Mislos April Anne Villaflor Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________ Cooperating School: Sagay National High School At the end of this activity, you will be competent in preparing instructional materials that are appropriate to the learning content.
  • 22. 22 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I As you observe the class, use the activity forms provided for you to document your observations. An observation/Survey Guide 1. Are the learning resources useful for your topic in the resource center you visited? 2. Are the available materials appropriate for your target grade/year level? 3. List down that can be useful for your topic. 4. What other materials can you make? (Like flash cards, posters, cut-outs, transparencies, etc)? OBSERVATION NOTES Name of the School: Sagay National High School Location of the School: Poblacion II, Sagy City Date of Visit: August 24, 2016 When we visited Sagay National High School’s learning center, we saw different kinds of printed materials like books, modules and magazines. Aside from the printed materials, the learning center also has computer, television and radio. These learning materials are very useful in delivering instruction. The available materials that we saw in the learning resource center are appropriate in our target grade level. The materials that are useful in our topic are the books and modules. The computer and television are also useful in our topic. The materials that we can make are the flip charts, flash cards, picture cards, word cards and pocket cards.
  • 23. 23 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Learning Resources on a Specific Content Area Use this graphic organizer to present the learning resources relevant to the topic chosen. On the line of the box, indicate if the resource is already AVAILABLE, MAY BE PURCHASED, OR WILL BE MADE (by yourself course!). TOPIC: Tools and Equipment in Drafting (T.L. E.) Grade: Grade 9 Will be made: Picture Cards -this will help me in presenting my topic because this is one way of showing the students the concrete illustration of the real object. Will be made: Pocket chart -This can be very helpful in presenting my topic because I can use this a pocket of putting all my picture cards and word cards after presenting my topic. At the same time it can also be used as a decorative in the classroom. Will be made: Flash card -use to develop the fast mental abilities of the children in answering the questions in math. Math, English, Sibika, Filipino Specific Content area Will be made: Flip ChartThis can be used by presenting different subject matters for an easy access of information and the topic can be built quickly that will clarify the lesson discussed by the teacher. Available: Book this is the most valuable source of my topic because inside it are not only the encoded information but also pictures that are very useful in presenting my topic. I will let my student open the page where my topic is located. Available: Computers One common technology that will help me present my topic. I will let my student show pictures of living things and non living things that start from vowel and consonant letters. The computers contain video, audio video and printed information these will help Will be made: word cards Used to identify the meaning of the words and the different action words. Available: Chalk Board It is very important because the teacher can use this in writing the important details about the topic.
  • 24. 24 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Give at least three benefits of doing a survey of available materials before making your own materials? Explain each. 1. LESS EXPENCES; Surveying of available materials before making your own materials is important because it will help us lessen our expenses. By doing a survey it will help me determine the materials that are available and materials that are not available. It will help me know what materials that are needed to be made and bought. Through this I can exactly buy the materials that are enough in making my own instructional materials. In this way I can be sure that the materials I bought will all be used exactly. So, by doing a survey we will lessen our expenses because we already know what materials are needed to bought. 2. LESS EFFORT AND TIME; conducting a survey can lessen our effort and time. Again, by conducting a survey we will learn what materials are available and not available. If we will make instructional materials directly without knowing that there are also available materials on what you have just made, then, you are just wasting your time and effort. It is very important to conduct a survey so that we will know what materials are available that will be appropriate for topic so that we will no longer make another one, but instead we will reuse or improve the existing materials. In this way we can lessen our time and effort. 3. By conducting a survey we can GATHER INFORMATION on how to improve and beautify our own instructional materials. If we conduct a survey, we will know the things on how the instructional materials were made. We can also know the weaknesses and strength of the materials. In connection to this, the information that we have gathered will be used or applied for the future making of better, durable and more beautiful instructional materials.
  • 25. 25 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. Which of the materials did you like to make the most? Why? Among the materials that I had made, I like making the most was the flip chart. I love making flip chart because I enjoyed cutting and pasting the pictures of my flip chart. I also enjoyed watching and deciding on what color I will use in my flip chart as a background. Aside from it, I also enjoy writing even though my penmanship is not good. 2. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the materials? How did you overcome them? The difficulties that I encounter in making my instructional materials were the color combinations and the lack of exact budget. In the color combinations, it gave me a hard time to decide what color to used, but with the help of the color- wheel and the suggestions of my friends I still overcome those difficulties and I came-up to a nice color combinations. In the budget, though we are all suffering from financial difficulties, GOD still provide the budget to buy my materials in making my instructional materials. 3. What tips can you give teachers regarding preparation of teaching materials? The tips that I can give to teachers regarding in the preparation of teaching materials is first they must plan and decide of what instructional materials they will be making after conducting a survey. Plan and decide the materials and color combinations needed to be bought so that the exact materials can be bought exactly and may lessen expenses. Second, be sure that the materials you made are durable so that after using you can keep the materials and may use it by the time you have a relevant topic, in this way you can reduce effort and time. Lastly, we must prepare the materials ahead of time so that we could come up to a materials that is not done in a rush way.
  • 26. 26 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Name of FS Students: Daryl S. Melo Arnel C. Hermosa Madelyn A. Guipo Ivem J. Mislos April Anne Villaflor Course: Bachelor of Secondary Education- T.L.E Year & Section: BSED III-B Resource Teacher: Mr. Jezer Manguilimotan Signature:_______________ Cooperating School: Sagay National High School At the end of the lesson of this activity, you will gain competence in preparing instructional materials (hand-outs) that are appropriate to the learning content.
  • 27. 27 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I After working with your handout, answer the following questions: 1. What are the good features of a handout? The good features of hand-out are: a. Strong Title- this will convince the presenter to explore or encourage to read the subject matter due to its interesting title. b. Easy to follow – a hand-out should be on a progressive order so that pupils/student can easily follow the discussion. c. Keyword in a bold type – use to emphasize or identify the important ideas to be presented in the class. d. No more than two fonts in a document – to have text uniformly and cleanliness of the hand-out. e. Clear-uncluttered handout – the hand out should be neat, clear and uncrumpled. f. Subtitles make easier to read – to give value or importance to the word, so that it will be easy to read. 2. Which of these features present in the hand I out? The features that are present to my handout are: a. Strong title – the title of my handout is strong and interesting. b. Easy to follow – my hand out is easy to follow because it is on the format of a progressive order of ideas c. Keyword in a bold type – I emphasize the important words of my handout by bolding it. d. Subtitles make easier to read – I made my subtitle bold, in large font size and use a bullet form so that it will be visible to read. 3. Which features are not presented in the handout I made? The feature that are not presented in my hand-out are: 1. No more than two font in a document – in my hand-out I used three different font styles. 2. Clear-uncluttered handout – this is not present in my hand-out because my hand out is not very neat.
  • 28. 28 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I 1. What difficulties that I have been encountered in making the hand- outs? How did you overcome them? The difficulties that I have been encountered in making my hand-out are – first, I really don’t have the idea on how to make a good successful hand-out. It takes me to two to three hours surfing the net looking for the criteria of a good hand-out. I collect the ideas that I had searched in the internet and ask my classmates if the information was correct. In this way I overcome this difficulty. Another difficulty that I had experienced is the dilemma in deciding for the appropriate topic that I will be choosing. I overcome this difficulty when I already decided to choose the different types of clouds as my topic in my handout. 2. What tips can you give teachers regarding preparation hand-outs? The tips that I can give to teachers in making a hand-out are; first, the teacher should consider the different good features of a hand-out that includes strong title, easy to follow, keywords should be in bold type, no more than two fonts in a document, clear-uncluttered hand-out and subtitles should easy to read. Second, the hand-out that the teacher must make is simple but elegant; the topic should be easily recognized and clearly made. The specific ideas and lessons must be related to the topic and clear information and explanation should be given. Third, make sure that the objectives of your topic must fit to the level of learners you are targeting.
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  • 36. 36 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I To educate is to become a better educated. It is circular process that improves with time; I believe the responsibility of educators is to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in academic, business and personal arenas. My teaching philosophy is based on the belief that education is a solution to many social problems. Education provides the tools to make informed decisions, synthesize ideas, and critically evaluate relevant issues and to enjoy life. Therefore pursuing knowledge and,working to improve my skills as an educator are among my highest priorities. As an educator, I will strive to encourage excellence in my students and my self. Course material should be challenging, interactive and relevant to current issues and events. Students learn and retain more information if the material is presented in an environment that is interesting and interactive. For this reason, I believe that using a variety of multimedia including video, slides, and the internet, is an effective way to complement traditional course lectures remains the foundation of the educational experience. I feel that I can encourage students to seek new knowledge and explore their own ideas by an enthusiastic presentation of both what is. And what is not known about subjects. When appropriate, the classroom setting should be expanded to include experience in the field. What better way to make the necessary connections among biological concepts than by observing how organisms interact with their environment? In my interaction with students, I will strive always to be respectful, especially when dealing with differing opinions that may arise as product of scientific thinking. I want my student to learn to think critically, not merely to accept my ideas and opinions; my drive to pursue higher education was due in part to several teachers who inspired catalyst for other people to pursue their dreams.
  • 37. 37 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Based on our experiences that we had gone through the field study, all we can say is that it was an unforgettable experience. We find it very interesting and challenging. Even though we spent sleepless nights in answering the episodes of the Field Study 3 and encounter many difficulties, we were still thankful because it helped us to enhance our skills in using computers especially in doing all our episodes which are all tiresome. We have also learned some tips in preparing creative and durable instructional materials and how to make use of them. The difficulties that we had encounter, the expenses and the sleepless night were not taken for granted because we learned a lot. The field study contributed a lot of challenging yet enjoyable experiences. It did give a great contribution to our knowledge in relation to the learning environment and the different learning tools. It molds us more into a better educator someday. We are thankful to our FS instructor Mr. Jason Dela Fuente for sharing his knowledge to ourselves and to our classmates in FIELD STUDY 3. Thank you so much sir, may God bless you always.
  • 38. 38 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I _________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________ MR. JEZER MANGUILIMOTAN Cooperating Teacher
  • 39. 39 | F i e l d S t u d y I I I Criteria Description 5 4 3 2 1 1.Contents of the Portfolio Has 100 % of the needed content Has 95 % of the needed content Has 90 % of the needed content Has less than 85 % of the needed content Has less than 80 % of the needed content 2.Objectives of the Portfolio Objectives are SMART and cover the whole course Objectives are SMART but cover only a minimum of 80 % of the course Objectives are SMART but cover only less than 80 % of the course Some objectives are not SMART and do not cover the whole course Most objectives are not SMART cover only a minimum of the course 3.Quality of Entries Entries are of best quality, well selected and very substantial Entries are of better quality, many are well selected and substantial Entries are of acceptable quality, some are sell selected and substantial Some entries are of acceptable quality, limited selection and substantial Few entries are of acceptable quality, not well selected, and very minimal substance 4.Presentation of Entries Creative, neat and has a very strong impact/ appeal Creative, neat and has strong impact/ appeal Creative, neat and an average impact/ appeal Minimal creativity, neat with minimal impact/ appeal No creativity, in disarray, no impact/ appeal 5.Promptness in the submission Submitted ahead of schedule Submitted on schedule Submitted 10 days after schedule Submitted 11-30 days after schedule Submitted 31 or more days after schedule