Rationale, Treatment, Objectives

Topics: Digestion, Learning, Google Chrome Pages: 2 (640 words) Published: October 13, 2012
Beltran, Nina
Briones, Alyssa Marie
Camigla, Kris Joy
Na, Minji
Razon, Cassandra Lou

Exercise 2: E-MODULE
Topic: Digestive system
Audience: Grade 4-6 students

The study of human organ system is very interesting, especially to the curious mind of a growing child. The wonder of something like food and water to energy and nutrients it gives to the waste product of our body can be very hard to comprehend, especially to 9-12 year old. That is why this group has decided to teach the topic “Digestive System” to Grade 4-6 students via E-Module. The group has decided to teach this age group because the group believes that in this age group, the minds of the children are still very curious and retention can be increased because of their curious nature.

The group has seen this topic as an important lesson to tech to children because we are human being and we need to know what is going on in our body. So we can understand what we need to eat and what is harmful to our body. We also need to know the process and we need to know how can we keep our body healthy.

The group has also decided that the medium to be used for this project will be the E-Module, because it has the capacity of stimulating more than one sense of the body (hearing and sight). As discussed in previous lessons in DEVC 40, the more senses we stimulate, the more information is retained.

Also, the E-Module format is more participatory, making the learner a part of the learning process. It is an interactive format, meaning learner participation is a must to proceed. It also makes learning more fun for the learner, therefore encouraging the participants to learn and get more out of the module. So this module can be very useful especially to the slow learners. They can learn while enjoying and as we all know, kids like colorful things and interactive type of learning rather than mere lecture.

Finally, given the right hardware, the E-Module is accessible any since it can be...
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