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Episode 6 SLIDESHOW BIZ ( Slide Presentations) Name of FS Student: Sarah Jane B. Cabilino Course Bachelor of Elementary Education Year Third Resource Teacher 1: Mrs. Felicisima N. Morales Signatur e: Date: 03-07-13 Cooperating School: Tanauan North Central School My Target At the end of this activity, I will be competent in developing and utilizing materials (slide presentations) which involve students in meaningful learning. My Performance (How I will Be Rated) Field Study 3, Episode 6 – Slideshow Biz (Slide Presentations) Focused on: Developing and utilizing materials (slide presentations) which involve students in meaningful learning. Tasks Exemplary 4 Superior 3 Satisfactory 2 Unsatisfact ory 1 FS 3 Technology in the Learning FIELD STUDY

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  • 1. FS 3FIELD STUDYEpisode 6Technology in the LearningEnvironment SLIDESHOW BIZ ( Slide Presentations)Name of FS Student: Sarah Jane B. CabilinoCourseBachelor of Elementary Education Year ThirdResource Teacher 1: Mrs. Felicisima N. Morales Signature:Date:03-07-13Cooperating School: Tanauan North Central SchoolMy Target At the end of this activity, I will be competent in developing and utilizing materials (slide presentations) which involve students in meaningful learning.My Performance (How I will Be Rated) Field Study 3, Episode 6 Slideshow Biz (Slide Presentations) Focused on: Developing and utilizing materials (slide presentations) which involve students in meaningful learning.ExemplarySuperior Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Tasks4321All tasks were doneAll or nearly allNearly all tasks Fewer thanwith outstanding tasks were donewere done with half of tasksquality; workwith high qualityacceptable quality were done; or Observation/ exceedsmost Documentationexpectations.objectives met432but with poor quality 1Analysis questionAnalysis questions Analysis questions Analysiswere answeredwere answeredwere not answeredquestions werecompletely; in depth completely completely.not answered.answers; thoroughlygrounded onClear connection Vaguely related to Grammar and My Analysistheories with theoriesthe theories spellingExemplary grammarUnsatisfactoryand spelling Grammar andGrammar and spelling are spelling superior.acceptable.4321

2. Reflection ReflectionReflection Reflectionstatements are statements arestatements are statements areprofound and clear,clear, but notShallow; supported unclear andsupported by clearly supported by experiences shallow andexperiences from the by experiencesfrom the episode.are notMy Reflectionepisode. from the episode.supported byexperiencesfrom theepisode.43 21Portfolio is complete, Portfolio isPortfolio is Portfolio hasclear well-organized complete, clear incomplete;many lackingand all supporting well-organizedsupporting components; isdocumentation areand mostdocumentation is unorganizedlocated in sectionssupportingorganized but is and unclear.clearly designated documentation lacking.My Portfolio are available and/or in logical and clearly marked locations.43 21Before deadlineOn the deadline A day after theTwo days or deadline more after theSubmissiondeadline43 21Sub Totals Rating :Over-all Score (Based on Transmutation)Mr. RICHARD M. BAEZ 03-14-13 Signature of the FS TeacherDate Above Printed NameTransmutation of Score to Grade or RatingScore GradeScoreGrade201.00 (99)12 132.50 (81)18 - 19 1.25 (96)11 2.75 (78)171.50 (93)10 3.00 (75)161.75 (90)894.00 (72)152.00 (87)75.00 (71 and below)142.25 (84) 3. MY TOOLSTitle of My Presentation: Telling TimeObjectives:At the end of sixty-minute period, the students will be able to:A. Identify the parts of a clock and their functionsB. Write the correct timeC. Participate actively during the group activities and class discussionSubject Matter/Topic: Mathematics: Telling TimeEnhancements (Check Appropriate Box):GraphicsMusicHyperlinkAnimation Voice NarrationSound Effects Stylish FontsDescription of Appropriate Use:The slide presentation was being prepared for the grade II students for them to have theknowledge on what clock is, its part and function. It was also been created for them to learnhow to tell time. The font style, font size and the theme of the presentation was being chosenthrough considering its appropriateness to the learners. It was being foresee that the slidepresentation will sustain the students interest and attention in acquiring quality learning.Presentation Story Board:Slide 1Slide2Slide 3Slide 4 The first 12 h are Clockwritten with AM andParts of a clock It is an instrument the next 12 h areused to indicate time.written with PM.Telling TimeHow to tell time There are 24 h in 1 It is a device forday.Kinds of a clockmeasuringanddisplaying time.Slide 5Slide 6Slide 7Slide 8 Clocks hasThe short The long hand numbers 1 to 12called minute How to tellhand called hand, tells the time? evenly spaced around its face. hour hand, minutes. tells the hour.Slide 9Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12Directions: Draw the clock thatshows the following activities: Standard Clock 1. Waking up in the morning2. Eating breakfastDigital ClockIt is the clock that display 3. Going to school numerical hour. The number on4. Doing assignmentIt is the clock that used handsthe left of the : is hours, and the5. Sleeping time to show hours and minutes.number on the right is minutes. 4. MY ANALYSIS1. What are the good features of a slide presentation? Slide presentation should possess varied of good features. First, it should have the theme which is appropriate to the topic and the learners as well. The animated clip arts and graphics that will be including in the presentation should also relate to the topic itself. Design of the presentation should avoid those shows violence. Secondly, the slide should begin with the topic itself. The flow of the presentation should be in sequence on how the teacher will be going to deliver the topic in a way that students will not be confused. Then, the presentation should only highlight those important points of the topics. Furthermore, the presenter should not write too much on the slide to avoid cluttering. And lastly, if possible, the teacher may provide pictures and photographs to let the students picture out the knowledge wanted to be impart.2.Which of these features are present in the slide presentation you made? The stated good features above was tried to comply by the group to at least produce awonderful outcome. Everything in the slide was being utilize to meet the students need tolearn. The information presented, and the theme considered the nature of the students andthe topic.3. Which features are not present in the slide presentation you made? With the sense of unity and cooperation of every each member of the group, everythingwas being abided. All the features were being utilized to produce slide presentation which willhelp students to meet all the expected learning objectives. 5. MY REFLECTIONS1. What difficulties, if any, did you encounter in making the slide presentation? How did youovercome them? The group decided to search the theme of the presentation that is accurate andapplicable to the learners as well as the topic. The font style and size was still considering thevisual ability of the learners. The prior knowledge in putting animation and hyperlink to theslide was also being incorporated. In preparing the slide presentation, we found very minimal hardship due to having ourown knowledge and skill in creating it. Our group also reflected with the saying, Two headsare better than one. Upon having our sense of unity and cooperation, everything was beingsettled down.