Educational Television Program
To gain audience patronage for a specified time allocated for thebroadcast.
The audience will be educated on various science concepts andprinciples which a supplementary on their academic performance.
The audience will have changed attitude towards understanding of lessons in science.
To learn the basic concepts of processes involved in water cycle.
To be able to relate physical changes in water to process of watercycle.
Introduction of the Science concept –
the program will introduce alesson by having a short “skit” or “scenario which is related to explaina scientific phenomena.
Discussion of the Lesson –
using the guidelines from a lesson planand module, the host will further explain the scientific conceptsthrough illustrations, model and other visual materials.
for supporting and in-depth discussion, theprogram will have an experiment for the audience to furtherunderstand the lesson by showing a hands-on recreational experiment.
Musical Break –
The program will have a “musical break”, the hostwill sing and dance with music accompaniment. The lyrics were “lessonoriented”, so it means it will be an executional and mnemonic deviceto recall and remember scientific terms and concepts.
As an assessment of the learning, the host will givefive questions to be answered. It encourages non-real timeparticipation of the audience.
Two hosts, each must aware and be able to deliver the lesson that cancommunicate to the target audience. Can explain concise and clear yetcomprehensive.