Field Study 3
SEE AND SAY (Utilization of Teaching Aids)
Ellvine Pia Bonocan
Annie Rose Calumpang
Roxanne dela Cruz
Ms. Ivy Claire V. Mordeno
UTILIZATION OF TEACHING AIDS FORM
Grade or Year Level of Class Observed:
Date of Observation:
Subject Matter: The Components of Physical Fitness
Brief Description of Teaching Approach Used by the Teacher: Direct instruction- a lecturing method of teaching because it can cover large amount of materials in a short period of time. Teaching Aids used
Comments on Appropriateness of the Teaching Aids used
Used as a medium for verbal communication
It is economical and reusable
Aid learning and increase attention and motivation and help students to follow the development of idea.
Could be react for instruction, recreation or entertainment
Easier to hold and does not generate dust
It does not provide a permanent record
This is a role of no confidence in students note taking, some of them may feel cheated because they took notes unnecessarily.
Dependent about the ideas that is written in the book
The white board background can cause problems to those with vision impairment The chalk board is often neglected and it does not get the proper care it deserves.
Using handouts or not is an act management not simply
books are effective to use as an instructional tool because it makes students to think and understand clearly about the lesson
is effective to use because it does not generate dust that comes from using and erasing chalks
1. What do you think prompted the teacher to choose the materials/learning resources that she/he used? 2. What difficulties, if any, did the teacher experience? How can this be managed? 3. Over-all, were the learning resources /materials used effectively? Why ? Why not? Charlene Atig
Technology is a tool for a meaningful learning. During our observation in a particular class a teacher used chalk board during her presentation of lessons. I think teacher prompted to choose the materials/learning resources that she used was it’s because she conceived that those aids was effective and suit to her students’ needs of learning. And in other cares, maybe a teacher can’t use a power point presentation it’s because there is no availability or lack of computers those instructional materials that can be used in teaching. A teacher should facilitate evaluative process by focusing students’ attention in the effectiveness, efficiency of instructional materials. Teacher experienced the difficulty especially students showing restlessness or boredom to the presentation. So, it is often helpful for a teacher to shoe genuine interest to the students. Or if not, she need to change her strategies in teaching, aside from using visual aid, it’s better to use power point presentation because it attracts students look and attention. I can’t say that all those learning resources/materials were effective in used to the students. Teacher was still need to adjust her plans to match the changing interest and needs of the learners. During the discussion, students show boredom about the presentation of the lesson because visual aid for me describe as a dry tool to be used to the learners. Maybe, until now, that aid is effective to some but using technology can create a meaningful learning that transmits students effectively. It is much better to use power point to present well the lessons clearly including some examples especially pictures.
Ellvine Pia Bonocan
During our observation, the instructional materials that were used by the teacher were chalkboard, whiteboard, handouts, and books. The very common teaching aids used in classroom. I think the teacher used those...
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