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Vote for the “Most Outstanding Visual Aids”

Visual Aids

Mythology

Choose the number and press the vote button to cast your votes.

1. Roxanne’s VA

2. Lucil’s VA

3. Argene’s VA

4. Jeff’s VA

5. Sydney’s VA

6. Ramilyn’s VA

7. Camille’s VA

8. Hela’s VA

9. Lendy’s VA

10. Wanda’s VA

11. Janet’s VA

12. Ceasar’s VA

13. Peter’s VA

 

14. Grace’s VA

ONLINE VOTATION FOR THE “MOST OUTSTANDING VISUAL AIDS”

by Rogelio B. Lasconia Jr.

Mechanics:

1. Post this link: http://mythologysksu.wordpress.com/

to your wall.

2. Invite your friends to vote you for the “The Most Outstanding Visual Aids”.

3. Send emails to your prospect voters.

4. Use twitter, yahoo messenger and other search engines you know.

5. Promote your own VA by giving this link http://mythologysksu.wordpress.com/

6. Encourage users of FB and other Social Networks to cast their votes.

7. Verbally, invite students in and out of the school campus to vote your VA.

8. Encourage professionals…

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Lesson Plan in English

Lesson Plan in English I

(A demonstration lesson in JENYSYS Screening Committee SOKSARGEN Chapter)

Holy Trinity College

General Santos City Philippines

April 14, 2011

I- OBJECTIVE

1. Demonstrate the different values reflected in the selection.

II – MATERIALS

New Horizons in Learning English I

III- METHODOLOGY

A. Preparatory Activities

1.Prayer

2.Attendance

B. Motivation How to show that we are Filipino?

(Distribute the metadata to the students)

C. Lesson Proper

1.Reading of the text “I am a Filipino” by Carlos P. Romulo

2.Group Reading

3.Comprehension Questions

a. What are the characteristics of a true Filipino?

b. What are the contributions of heroes reflected in the text?

c. How to show that we are true Filipino?

IV – ASSESSMENT “Dive or Survive”

The students will perform varied task.

Group 1 – Dramatize the selection

Group 2 – Recite the “I am a Filipino” with actions

Rubrics for Presentation

Criteria

1

2

3

4

5

TOTAL

Organization of Ideas

Unity

Discipline

V- ASSIGNMENT

Write a reflection based on the experience upon doing your group task.

Is your performance portrayed the essence of a true Filipino? Why?

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E-Learning Strategies

e-Classroom Strategies”

by Rogelio B. Lasconia Jr.

Many students nowadays are used to go in internet cafe for gaming, video conferencing, researching, blogging and engaging in social networks. Having these enormous net activities, a new breed of people who uses technology coined as “netizens”. Most of netizens spend their precious time in the net, bringing their laptops anywhere, browsing their wap configured mobile phones, tapping their ipods and ticking their netbooks.

To address this “netizens” phenomenon, Universities throughout the Philippines are now installing wifi zones and maintaining its public domain to have open-universities which offer distant and modular learning. Learning from the internet becomes everbody’s business. Students and teachers are bringing their gadgets to get wireless connections for e-classrooms.

In the foundations of education, There are lot of strategies listed to make classroom learning productive. To cope with this so called “netizens”, below are some suggestive e-classroom strategies to be used both teachers and students in maximizing the used of technology.

Online Teaching as Strategy

Classroom teaching is now more on the digital age. The teachers are being transform into online teachers with 24/7 schedule. The teachers design lesson plans digitally and interactively using websites that offers free blog content such as wordpress.com.

Online teaching is an emerging strategy in showcasing the lessons to students beyond the four walls of the classroom. The teaching process is now done in the internet by posting students answers and comments online. These online responses are being moderated by the teacher.

Another great innovations in online teaching is conducting of the examinations and quizzes which are paperless. By keying in the questions and answers to http://www.thatquiz.com, the students are notified through emails having their test codes in order to take the test.

Also, the pictures of students outputs in classroom demonstrations are posted and be voted upon if viewers like it by clicking vote button. One of the examples to this online survey is on http://mythologysksu.wordpress.com/pictures.

Mobile Phones with bluetooth as Strategy

Inside the classroom, by sending e-books to be read and pictures to be viewed in the cellphones can be an strategy. Some of the lessons are needed to be copied and be read but doing tiresome job is time consuming. The students spend their time in copying the lesson which is a tedious work.

Reading e-books makes students easy to comprehend the lesson presented or viewing pictures like greek gods and goddesses lets students visualize the characters presented in e-books.

Laptop as Strategy

Though it is expensive to buy laptop but both teachers and students should consider its advantage for today’s technology driven society.

Lessons of the day is best presented if laptop is used. The teacher uses PowerPoint presentations in imparting important class generalizations of a particular topic like “Mythology and Folklore”.

Similarly, using laptops, the students are viewing the video on “Percy Jacksons” and “The Clash of Titans”. After viewing, a learning log is being answered as an assessment.

Hence, beyond these strategies, both teachers and students shall set ground rules to enjoy the benefits of technology in and out of the classroom. Setting the ground rules like : 1)cellphones are off during class discussions but cellphones are allowed to be on after the class or transferring of data, 2) do not reveal your password to your classmates and 3) always acknowledge your sources.”

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Lesson Plan in English I

Lesson Plan in English I

 (A demonstration lesson in JENYSYS Screening Committee SOKSARGEN Chapter)

 Holy Trinity College

General Santos City Philippines

 April 14, 2011

 I- OBJECTIVE

 1. Demonstrate the different values reflected in the selection.

 II – MATERIALS

New Horizons in Learning English I

 III- METHODOLOGY

A. Preparatory Activities

 1.Prayer

 2.Attendance

 B. Motivation How to show that we are Filipino?

 (Distribute the metadata to the students)

 C. Lesson Proper

 1.Reading of the text “I am a Filipino” by Carlos P. Romulo

 2.Group Reading

 3.Comprehension Questions

a. What are the characteristics of a true Filipino?

b. What are the contributions of heroes reflected in the text?

c. How to show that we are true Filipino?

 IV – ASSESSMENT “Dive or Survive”

 The students will perform varied task.

Group 1 – Dramatize the selection

 Group 2 – Recite the “I am a Filipino” with actions

                                            Rubrics for Presentation

Criteria

1

2

3

4

5

TOTAL

Organization of Ideas

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unity

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discipline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 V- ASSIGNMENT

Write a reflection based on the experience upon doing your group task.

Is your performance portrayed the essence of a true Filipino? Why?

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Lesson Plan: Acknowledging Resources Lesson 2

Lesson Plan using the Digital BEAM learning Guides

Year Level: First Year Subject: English Date:___________

How many lessons will be in this learning guide?
What number of lesson is this?__
Length of Lesson (number of minutes):
No. of Students: 64

I. OBJECTIVES OF THE LESSON
Read and analyze the selection

II . SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: “Acknowledging Resources”
Reference: Year 1 English
Acknowledging Resources
Home, Family & You, The Teener
Produced by the Materials Development Center
Materials: multimedia, computers, pens, colors, manila paper
Strategy: Short Reading Strategy
BEAM Stages of Learning to be used in this lesson: Stage 2 Setting the Context

III – METHODOLOGY

1. The students will read on their computer screen about Activity 2 “Short Reading”. In the groups, define roles such as discussion director, recorder, illustrator, reporter and members. Group 1 will read the selection “The Family: Its Meaning” page 10. Group 2 will read the selection “Early Marriage: Yes or No” page 29 and Group 3 will read “The Meaning of Home” page 20.
2. Refer to the reading tasks below. Explain these roles before the reading activity.
3. Hand out Activity Sheets 2 (reading selections) pp. 18-20 to the groups.
4. Group 1 will read the selection “The Family: Its Meaning” p.10, group 2 will read the selection “Early Marriage: Yes or No” p.29, and group 3 will read “The Meaning of a Home”p.20.
5. Tell the students to take note of their stand and responses to the selections read.

Reading Tasks:(Remind the students of their tasks for every activity)

1. Discussion Director – Your job is to develop a list of questions that your group might want to discuss about this part of the selection. Don’t worry about the small details, your task is to help your group talk over the big ideas in the reading and share their reactions. Usually, the best discussion questions come from your own thoughts, feelings, and concerns as you read. List those questions during or after your reading.
2. Group Recorder – Your job is to record all important details, that transpired from your group discussions. Be aware of your classmates’ reactions and be sure to write down the facts. Your notes shall be important for the reporting.
3. Illustrator – Your job is to think and draw some kind of picture related to the reading. It can be a sketch, diagram, cartoon, flow-chart or stick-figure scene. Your work might be needed during your group’s presentation.
4. Group Summarizer/Reporter – Your job is to prepare a brief summary of your group’s reading. The other member of your group will be counting on you to give a quick statement (one-to-two minutes) that conveys the gist, the key points, the main highlights, the essence of your group’s reading. It is also your task to give the report of your work when you are asked.

IV – FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT

After doing their task, a presentation of their outputs follows.

V- ASSIGNMENT
Bring dictionary and thesaurus.

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