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COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIAL

Sector:

TVET
Qualification:

Trainers Qualification 1
Unit of Competency:

Utilize Electronic Media in Facilitating Training
Module Title:

Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training
National TVET Trainers Academy

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HOW TO USE THIS COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIAL ................... 4 Learning Outcome Summary ............................................................................ 8 LEARNING EXPERIENCES ............................................................................. 10 Information Sheet No. 6.1-1- Safety Handling of Electronic Equipment........... 12 Self-Check No. 6.1-1................................................................................. 15 Answer Key No. 6.1-1 ................................................................................ 16 Information Sheet No. 6.1-2- The Video Camera Recorder .............................. 17 Self-Check 6.1.2 ........................................................................................ 21 Task Sheet 6.2.1 - Operating A Video Camera Recorder .................................. 22 Procedural Checklist 6.2.1......................................................................... 29 Information Sheet 6.1.3 - Tips and Tricks in Video Shooting........................... 31 Information Sheet No.. 6.1-4 - The LCD Projector ........................................... 36 Self-Check No. 6.1-3.................................................................................. 44 Answer Key No. 6.1-3 ................................................................................ 44 Information Sheet No. 6.1-5 - The Mixer Amplifier .......................................... 45 Self-Check No. 6.1-5.................................................................................. 49 Task Sheet No. 6.2-5 - Connecting and Operating the Microphone and Mixer Amplifier ........................................................................................................ 50 Procedural Checklist ................................................................................. 52 Information Sheet No. 6.1-6 - The Microphone ............................................... 53 Self-Check No. 6.1-6.................................................................................. 58 Answer Key No. 6.1-6 ................................................................................ 59 Task Sheet No. 6.1-2 - Procedure in Interconnecting a Video Camera Recorder to an LCD Projector and Public Address System ................................................. 60 Information Sheet No. 6.1-7 - Techniques in Demonstrating in Front of the Video Camera ................................................................................................ 62
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Job Sheet No. 6.1-1 - Present a Demonstration in Front of a Video Camera .... 64 Performance Checklist No. 6.1-1................................................................ 65 Learning Outcome Summary No. 2 ................................................................. 66 LEARNING EXPERIENCES ............................................................................. 68 Information Sheet No. 6.2-1 - The VCD/DVD Player ....................................... 69 Task Sheet No. 6.2-1 - Connecting LCD Projector to VCD/DVD Player............ 71 Information Sheet No. 6.2-2 - Techniques in Effective Utilization of Videos ..... 73 Self-Check No. 6.2-2.................................................................................. 75 Answer Key No. 6.2-2 ................................................................................ 76 Job Sheet No. 6.2-2 - Facilitating Training Using VCD/DVD and LCD/DLP Projector ........................................................................................................ 77 Performance Checklist No. 6.2-2................................................................ 78 Learning Outcome Summary No. 3 ................................................................. 79 LEARNING EXPERIENCES ............................................................................. 81 Information Sheet 6.3-1 - The Personal Computer .......................................... 83 Self-Check No. 6.3-1.................................................................................. 87 Task Sheet No. 6.3-1- Connecting the LCD Projector to Personal Computer .... 90 Procedural Checklist No. 6.2-1 .................................................................. 93 Information Sheet No. 6.3-2 - LCD Projector Presentation Skills ..................... 94 Information Sheet No. 6.3-3 - Maintenance Activity for a Personal Computer.. 97 Job Sheet No. 6.3-1 - Facilitating Training Using Personal Computer and LCD/DLP Projector .......................................................................................102 Performance Checklist No. 6.3-1 - Utilizing Computer and Multimedia Technology to Present a Lesson ................................................................103

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If you have questions. they may become part of the evidence you can present for RPL. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # July 2010 4 . If you are not sure about the currency of your skills. talk to him about having them formally recognized so you don't have to do the same training again. If the skills you acquired are still current and relevant to the unit/s of competency/ies. You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to complete each learning outcome of the module. is one of the competencies of TRAINING METHODOLOGY (TM) 1. Read through the module carefully. The module. a course which comprises the knowledge. This will be the source of information for you to acquire knowledge and skills in this particular trade independently and at your own pace. If you have a qualification or Certificate of Competency from previous trainings. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) You may already have some or most of the knowledge and skills covered in this trainees‘ guide because you:   have been working for some time and/or have already completed training in this area. show it to your trainer. In each learning outcome are Information Sheets and Resources Sheets that you may use as reference materials for further reading to help you better understand the required activities. If you can demonstrate to your trainer that you are competent in a particular skill or skills. don‘t hesitate to ask your facilitator for assistance. It is divided into Code No.HOW TO USE THIS COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING MATERIAL Welcome! The unit of competency. skills and attitudes required for a TVET trainer to possess. contains training materials and activities for you to complete. with minimum supervision or help from your instructor. Follow these activities on your own and answer the Self-Check at the end of each learning outcome. Remember to:  Talk to your trainer and agree on how you will both organize the training. discuss this with your trainer. Utilize Electronic Media in Facilitating Training. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training. You may remove a blank answer sheet at the end of each module or get one from your facilitator/trainer to write your answers on for each Self-Check.

 Work through all the information and complete the activities in each section. your confidence. which cover all the skills. This way. The results of your assessment will be recorded in your competency Achievement Record. Your trainer will tell you about the important things you need to consider when you are completing activities and it is important that you listen and take down notes. When you are ready. He will arrange an appointment with a registered assessor to assess you. Make sure you practice your new skills during regular work shifts. Suggested references are included to supplement the materials provided in this module. You will be given plenty of opportunity to ask questions and practice on the job. ask for written feedback on your progress. As you work through the activities.         Code No. Talk to more experienced workmates and ask for their guidance. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # July 2010 5 . tell your trainer that you are ready for assessment.sections. Use the Self-Check questions at the end of each section to test your own progress. Read information sheets and complete the Self-Check. Most probably your trainer will also be your supervisor or manager. you will improve both your speed and memory and. and knowledge you need to successfully complete this module. Your trainer keeps feedback/ pre-assessment reports. When you have completed this module and feel confident that you have had sufficient practice. ask your trainer to watch you perform the activities outlined in this module. also. He is there to support you and show you the correct way to do things.

Present a lesson through direct video footage/capture 2. 5. Strategies to ensure that the learner will learn important information from the movie are implemented in-line with session plan. LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this module you must be able to: 1. Presentation of lesson is executed through footage/capture and in-line with session plan. Present lesson via film viewing method Utilize computer and multimedia technology to present a lesson ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: 1. including operation and maintenance of the equipment. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual. 3. safety practices and presentation requirements. 4. Equipment procedure. is stored in accordance with direct video standard operating Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. 6. 8. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual. 2. safety practices and presentation requirements. 3. Code No. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # July 2010 6 . 7. Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. 9.PROGRAM/COURSE UNIT OF COMPETENCY MODULE : : : TRAINING METHODOLOGY 1 UTILIZE ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN FACILITATING TRAINING UTILIZING ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN FACILITATING TRAINING INTRODUCTION: This module covers the skills and knowledge and attitude required in advance training environment using electronic media in facilitating training. Learners are oriented prior to film viewing in-line with the expected outcome of the lesson. 10. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide.

Equipment procedure. 14. 16. Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. Learner-centered presentation of a lesson is executed using a computer and in-line with session plan. Teacher-centered presentation of a lesson is executed using a computer and in-line with session plan. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide. safety practices and presentation requirements. Equipment procedure. 17. is stored in accordance with standard operating 12. 18. 15. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # July 2010 7 . 13. is stored in accordance with standard operating PREREQUISITES None Code No. Strategies to ensure that the learner will learn important information from the movie are implemented in-line with session plan.11.

safety practices and presentation requirements. 5. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide. Presentation of lesson is executed through footage/capture and in-line with session plan. 4. 2. Assessment Criteria: 1. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual.LEARNING OUTCOME SUMMARY Learning Outcome 1 Present a lesson through direct video footage/capture Contents:        Safety Handling of Electronic Equipment Basic Maintenance of Electronic Equipment Procedure in Interconnecting Video Camera. 3. Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. direct video Equipment is stored in accordance with standard operating procedure Code No. P/A system and Video Monitor/LCD Projector Tips and Tricks in Video Shooting Procedures in Operating Video Camera Procedure in Operating P/A system Techniques in demonstrating a performance in front of a camera. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 8 of 103 .

Conditions: Trainees must be provided with following:  Electronic Media Equipment o Video Camera and recording media (i. disc) o Video Monitor/LCD Projector o P/A Systems (including Audio Mixers/ Audio Amplifies/ Microphones/ Speaker System)      Equipment guide and user manuals Interconnection guide Connection cables Lighting equipment Modules Assessment Method:  Demonstration   Oral Questioning Written examination Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 9 of 103 .e tape.

1.1-1: Safety Handling of Electronics Equipment Answer Self-Check 6.1-1: Operating a Video Camera Read Information Sheet 6. 1. 6. Read Information Sheet No.6-5 Read Information Sheet 1. 6.4 Read Information Sheet No.1-3. 6.1-1 Perform Task Sheet 6. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Present a lesson through direct video footage/capture Special Instructions Ask your trainer for you to have an access to a video camera recorder Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 10 of 103 .1-1 Read Information Sheet No.1-2 Check your answer using the Answer Key No.1-4: LCD Projector Answer Self-Check 6. 6.1-3 Check your answer using the Answer Key No.6-6 Code No. 6. 6.1-3 Check your answer using the Answer Key 6.1-4 Check your answer using the Answer Key No.1-1 Check your answer using the Answer Key No.1-2: The Video Camera Recorder Answer Self-Check 6.LEARNING EXPERIENCES Learning Outcome 1 Learning Activities Read Information Sheet No.1-3: Tips and Tricks in Video Shooting Answer Self-Check 6.1.1-5: Check your answer using the Answer Key No. 6. 6.5: The Mixer Amplifier Answer Self-Check 6.

The Microphone Answer Self-Check 6.1.6 Check your answer using Answer Key No. 6.1.6 Perform Task Sheet No. 6.1-2 Procedure in Interconnecting a Video Camera Recorder to an LCD Projector and Public Address System Perform Job Sheet 6.1.1 Ask your trainer for you to have an access to a video camera recorder, LCD projector, public address system.

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INFORMATION SHEET NO. 6.1-1 SAFETY HANDLING OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Objective: After reading this information sheet, you must be able to explain the safety handling procedure of electronic equipment.

General Safety Procedure All electronic products are considered to have risks of electric shock. To avoid these risks do the following: 1. Read user‘s manual before using the equipment. 2. Keep the user‘s manual for future reference 3. Follow all instructions as stated in the manual. 4. Install all equipment in accordance to manufacturer‘s manual. 5. Clean all equipment with dry cloth. 6. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 7. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 8. Do not let object or liquids enter to the equipment. 9. See equipment enclosure for safety related markings. Safety Handling of Electronic Equipments Following proper safety practices are a must when working with electronic equipment. Not only is there the danger of electrical shock, equipment can explode if not connected properly. Many of today‘s electronic equipments are easily damaged by improper handling. These equipments are expensive and easily damaged if proper operating procedures are not followed.

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Handling Video Camera Recorders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Do not expose video camera recorders to rain, water nor moisture. Do not expose video camera recorders to temperature more than 60 degrees centigrade. Do not carry the video camera by its microphone, LCD, viewfinder, battery pack or by its cable. Do not directly expose lens and viewfinder directly to strong light or sunlight. Handle it with care. Do not subject the video camera recorder to shocks or vibrations as this will cause damage. Do not disassemble the camcorder. If it does not function properly, consult qualified service personnel.

Handling Battery Packs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Keep it away from fire or it might explode Do not expose the battery pack to temperature higher than 60 degrees centigrade. Do not leave it near stove or inside the car in hot weather. Do not try to disassemble or modify it. Do not drop or knock it. Do not get it wet.

Handling LCD Projectors 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Place the LCD projector in a sturdy flat surface Do not block opening (ventilation) of the projector Do not drop liquid or object to projectors. Do not install projectors near the source of heat. Do not unplug projectors after turning it OFF. LCD projectors are equipped with cooling fans that automatically turn OFF after meeting the projectors cooling temperature; this will prolong the life of the expensive powerful lamp of your projector. Do not look into the projector‘s lens when the lamp is on. The bright light may hurt or damage your eyes. Do not use lens cap when projector is in operation. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.

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Place your computer in a flat. Code No. Avoid eating and drinking beside your computer. Video Players 1. Always perform virus scan to your computer at least once a week. allow about 10 cm (4 inch) of free space all around the player for adequate ventilation. 6. 2. Make it sure that the speakers are properly connected to the mixeramplifier (correct polarization). thinner. Do not use a solution containing alcohol. 3. 3. 5. Have the unit cleaned twice a year to remove internal dust. discs to humidity. 2. rain. 2. Do not block ventilation opening of the mixer-amplifier. Always perform disk cleanup to remove unwanted files. Properly shutdown your computer and make it sure that you have closed all open applications before shutting down. Do not operate the player in an enclosed cabinet. Personal Computers 1. sturdy and clean surface. 4. ammonia or abrasives. sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight). make it sure that the master output control is set to its lowest setting or to zero(0) and the equalization controls are set to 12 o‘clock. Before turning it ON.Handling Mixer/Amplifiers 1. When cleaning the casing of the video player use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 14 of 103 . Do not expose the player. 3.

______4. Unplug immediately the projector after turning it OFF. ______1.SELF-CHECK NO. water nor moisture. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 15 of 103 . 6. Place your computer on a flat and sturdy table. ______7. Carry a video camera by its built-in microphone and by the handle. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. Code No. ______6. ______5. ______2. ______3. Allow an inch distance around the video player for adequate ventilation. All repair or servicing work of electronic equipment must be done only by a qualified service technician. Make it sure that the speakers are properly connected to the mixeramplifier. The lens of a video camera can be exposed to strong light or sunlight. Do not expose video camera recorders to rain.1-1 SAFETY HANDLING OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT True or False Direction: Write T if the state is correct and F if the statement is false. Always perform disk clean-up to remove internal dust. ______9. ______10. ______8.Cover lens with lens cap when the LCD projector is in operation.

4.ANSWER KEY NO. 6. 8. 6.1-1 TRUE OR FALSE 1. T F F F F F T T T 10. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 16 of 103 . 3. 2. F Code No. 7. 9. 5.

A video camera recorder contain 3 major components: Lens.1-2 THE VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER Objectives: After reading this information sheet. converts incident light into an electrical signal. imager. The imager. The lens gathers and focuses light on the imager.INFORMATION SHEET NO. More commonly. Finally. The camcorder's optics generally have one or more of the following adjustments:    Code No. the recorder converts the electric signal into digital video and encodes it into a storable form. usually a charge-coupled device (CCD) or complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) sensor on modern camcorders. you must be able to: 1. describe a video camera recorder. 6. 2. and recorder. identify the different types of video camera recorder A video camera recorder also known as camcorder is an electronic device that combines a digital camera and a video recorder into one unit. Imager Lens Recorder Lens The lens is the first component in the light path. the optics and imager are referred to as the camera section. Aperture or iris to regulate the exposure and to control depth of field Zoom to control the focal length and angle of view shutter speed to regulate the exposure and to maintain desired motion portrayal Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 17 of 103 .

After scan-out is complete. With the first (digital) camcorders. on the other hand Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Code No. but will severely lack in the human visibility spectrum. an analog-to-digital (ADC) converter digitized the imager (analog) waveform output into a discrete digital-video signal. The light exposure is converted into electrical charge. but can be adjusted manually if desired. The camera lens projects an image onto the imager surface. Modern cameras will generally have a CMOS chip in place of a CCD as a CMOS is completely digital in nature and there is no analogue voltage signal to digitize because the light is sampled directly by each pixel and converted to a binary digital signal per each pixel. At the end of the timed exposure.  Gain to amplify signal strength in low-light conditions Neutral density filter to regulate the exposure Neutral Density (ND) Filter Zoom Ring Focus Ring Iris Ring Gain Shutter Dial In consumer units. Imager The imager converts light into electric signal. the photosites are reset to start the exposure-process for the next video frame. exposing the photosensitive array to light. thus sacrificing color. the imager converts the accumulated charge into a continuous analog voltage at the imager's output terminals. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 18 of 103 . The imager in these cameras was a CCD which was analogue by nature. Professional units offer direct user control of all major optical functions. the above adjustments are often automatically controlled by the camcorder's electronics. CCD chips will generally see better in low light conditions because of the CCD's nature of capturing more light in the infrared range.

and historically.CMOS imagers do not have great low light capability but will capture the visible spectrum better and thus displaying color properly. Generally. our digital image capture devices are equipped with CCD or CMOS sensor that helps convert light into electrical signals that represents the image and can be digitally stored. Video Camera Format Camcorders are often classified by their storage device: VHS. is responsible for writing the video-signal onto a recording medium (such as magnetic videotape.) The record function involves many signal-processing steps. MiniDV. Since most devices use CCD rather than CMOS. such that playback of the stored-signal may not retain the same characteristics/detail as the live video feed. Types of Video Camera Recorder In order to differentiate a camcorder from other devices that are capable of recording video. All but the most primitive camcorders imaginable also need to have a recorder-controlling section which allows the user to control the camcorder. Recorder The third section. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 19 of 103 . the recording-process introduced some distortion and noise into the stored video. Newer digital video camcorder formats include Digital8. Currently the are two most widely used systems are Single CCD and 3-CCD system. focus and white-balance. we'll focus on CCD technology.digital cameras and camcorders. a camcorder is generally identified as a portable. switch the recorder into playback mode for reviewing the recorded footage and an image control section which controls exposure. like mobile phones and digital compact cameras. self-contained device having video capture and recording as its primary function. Video8 are examples of 20th videotape-based camcorders which record video in analog form. and flash semiconductor memory. Betamax. DVD. the recorder. Single CCD and 3-CCD Sensor is the heart of digital imaging devices . Code No. The captured image quality vary by the CCD size and also the CCD system.

A Canon digital video camera with 3-CCD Code No.Single CCD system This system is commonly used in consumer level camcorders and has been widely in used on digital cameras. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 20 of 103 . Normally 3-CCD system is used in professional range products but now you can find even it on some consumer level DV camcorders. A Sony Handycam single CCD 3-CCD System with a 3-CCD system uses a beam splitting prism to separate light passing through the lens into 3 individual components and each is sent to its own CCD. This technology reproduces color in great fidelity and high accuracy but slightly reduced light sensitivity.

VHS ______4. zoom ______2. Betamax B. Imager C. Single CCD B. What is the lens adjustment control that regulates exposure and depth of field? A.1. A video camera recorder component that converts light into electrical signal. A lens adjustment control that regulates focal length. A. shutter speed D. MiniDV D. aperture B. gain C. Sensor ______3. zoom ______5. A. select the correct answer and write it on the space provided before each number. Lens B. A. ______1. aperture B.SELF-CHECK 6. Recorder D. Video8 C. gain C. An example of a digital video format. A. 3-CCD Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 21 of 103 .2 Multiple Choice: Read the statement or questions carefully. A CCD system that uses a beam splitting prism to separate light passing through the lens into 3 individual components and each is sent to its own CCD. shutter speed D.

b. remove the battery pack from the adapter. Code No.2. Be careful not to get your fingers caught in the cassette compartment. Battery Pack Charger Supply: 1.1 OPERATING A VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER Objectives: After performing this task sheet you must be able to: 1. The charge indicator starts flashing.TASK SHEET 6. 6. Connect the power chord to the adapter. When the charging is completed. 2. Press lightly and slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it clicks. 2. load/remove videocassette into a video camera. The indicator will stay on when the charging is completed. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 22 of 103 . Charging Battery Pack Procedure 1. charge the battery pack of a video camera. 4. play recorded video Equipments: 1. 5. Plug the power cord into a power outlet. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and disconnect it from the adapter. Do not interfere with the cassette compartment while it is opening or closing automatically. Loading/Removing Cassette Note: 1. 3. Video Camera recorder 2. 3. 7. Attach the battery pack to the adapter. MiniDV Cassette a. 2. record video with audio 4.

Procedure: 1. Close the cassette compartment cover. fully into the compartment with the window facing out. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 23 of 103 . Slide the OPEN/EJECT switch to open the cassette compartment cover. Code No. Close the cassette compartment by pressing on the PUSH mark on the cover. Cassette can be loaded/removed even if the POWER dial is set to OFF.3. The cassette compartment will retract automatically. 4. Insert cassette straight. 2. Load/remove the cassette. The cassette compartment opens automatically. Remove the cassette by pulling it straight out. 3.

Shutter-Priority.c. The symbol of the selected modes appears. and Night modes are all-automatic modes. In the Auto. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 24 of 103 . Programmed auto exposure modes provides advance recording techniques ensuring professional results in various shooting conditions. Selecting the Programmed AE Modes Press the lock button and turn the POWER dial. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Code No. Spotlight. The Easy Recording. Aperture-Priority and Manual modes you can manually change some setting to match the recording conditions. Note: Do not change the mode while recording as the brightness of the image may change abruptly. Recording Before doing your recording you must know first how to use the Programmed AE Modes of this video camera.

    Moving subjects may leave a trailing afterimage. adjust the focus manually. aperture. Spotlight The Spotlight mode automatically adjusts the exposure to effectively record images and/or subjects lit by a spotlight or other concentrated light source. Auto Like the Easy Recording mode. The camcorder uses lower shutter speeds (60i. White points may appear on the screen. shutter speed. Autofocus may not work as well as in other modes. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 25 of 103 .6 to f/9. in the Auto mode you have the option of adjusting the settings manually.5 (or to full iris close). Code No. white balance. In such case. However.and the camcorder automatically sets a matching shutter speed. This mode allows for the best control of depth of field. In the Manual mode you have the option to set the exposure at any combination of shutter speed and aperture levels. Manual This mode offers the creative freedom of a complete range of manual controls. the camcorder automatically controls camera adjustments allowing you to simply point and film. Picture quality may not be as good as in other modes. The camcorder automatically sets a matching aperture setting. Night This mode allows you to continue recording even when light levels begin to fall. Shutter-Priority Use this mode to select the shutter speed. 24F: 1 /3-1 /500) to deliver proper exposure. making them fixed and unadjustable. gain. and AE Shift allowing you to simply point and film. 30F: 1 /4-1 /500. This mode locks all of these features and options. Aperture-Priority Use this mode to select between 7 aperture settings -from F/1.Easy Recording The camcorder automatically controls the focus.

Press the lock button and set the POWER dial to Easy Recording Mode. Remove the lens cap 2. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 26 of 103 . Press the start/stop button to begin recording The tally lamp lights up and the recording indicator appear on LCD screen. Press start/stop again to recording     the button pause When you have finished recording Set the POWER dial to OFF Replace the lens cap Remove the cassette. Code No. Automatic Audio Adjustment Set the AUDIO LEVEL switch to A 4. 3.Recording Procedure: 1.

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 27 of 103 . Code No. Open the menu and select [SIGNAL SETUP]. 2. Close the menu. 3. [HDV] or [DV] to match the tape you wish to playback. 4.Playing Back a Tape 1. Select [PLAYBACK STD] and set it to [AUTO]. Set the POWER dial to VCR/PLAY. Open the LCD display.

Press down playback and hold the rewind or fast forward button on the camcorder.Playback Modes To pause playback press pause button of the camcorder during normal playback. Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 28 of 103 .

1 OPERATING A DIGITAL VIDEO CAMERA Trainees Name: ______________________________________________ During the performance of the above mentioned task. 4. Charging battery pack 1. Plug the power cord into a power outlet. 3. Slide the OPEN/EJECT switch to open the cassette compartment cover. Loading and removing video cassette 1. did you follow the step by step procedure? Procedures A. 3. Insert cassette straight. Connect the power chord to the adapter. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 29 of 103 . 2.2. Recording Video 1. Remove the battery pack from the adapter. 4. 5. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet and disconnect it from the adapter B. 6. C. Attach the battery pack to the adapter. 2. Set the AUDIO LEVEL switch to A YES NO Code No. Press lightly and slide the battery pack in the direction of the arrow until it clicks. 5. fully into the compartment with the window facing out. Close the cassette compartment by pressing on the PUSH mark on the cover. Close the cassette compartment cover. Press the start/stop button to begin recording 3.PROCEDURAL CHECKLIST 6. Remove the cassette by pulling it straight out. Press the lock button and set the POWER dial to Easy Recording Mode 2.

Open the menu and select [SIGNAL SETUP]. Comment: Trainer‘s Name and Signature: ____________________________________ Code No. Set the POWER dial to VCR/PLAY. Playing Back a Tape 1. 5. Play the recorded video For satisfactory achievement. Press the start/stop button again to pause recording D. 3. all items should receive a YES response.4. Select [PLAYBACK STD] and set it to [AUTO]. Open the LCD display. [HDV] or [DV] to match the tape you wish to playback. Close the menu. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 30 of 103 . 4. 2.

At times. Code No. Here are some basic camcorder shooting tips that can help you shoot fantastic videos. you must be able to: 1. For example. if you mount a camera on your shoulder and nod it up and down. If you've never shot video on a camcorder shooting your first video can be a little intimidating. 2.1. Many first time camcorder users make mistakes that make their video for the most part unwatchable. Tilting is less common than panning because that's the way humans work — we look left and right more often than we look up and down. Shifting this button slowly allows for a gradual zoom. Zooming is effectively magnifying a part of the image. zooming in while recording video can make the production more interesting. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 31 of 103 . Identify video camera recorder shooting tips and tricks. The effect is not quite the same though. Zooming is an easy-to-use but hard-to-get-right feature of most cameras. There is a zoom control on the camera above the ―record‖ button. Be careful though.3 TIPS AND TRICKS IN VIDEO SHOOTING After reading this information sheet. Zooming means altering the focal length of the lens to give the illusion of moving closer to or further away from the action. Zooming can make a certain part of a video carry more importance or have more impact. you may want to show a detail such as a handshake between two people. if you zoom too rapidly. your audience will feel jarred by the sudden motion! Camera Tilt A tilt is a vertical camera movement in which the camera points up or down from a stationary location. Zooming in on a handshake draws attention to it and stresses the importance of this handshake. Zooming is easy.INFORMATION SHEET 6. Identify the basic types of video camera recorder shot. while moving the camera creates a difference in perspective — background objects appear to change in relation to foreground objects. you are tilting the camera. Basic Video Camera Movement Zooming A zoom is technically not a camera move as it does not require the camera itself to move at all. It is arguably the most misused of all camera functions. Identify the basic camcorder video camera recorder movement. 3. For example.

It also works well when the intent is to deliver information. This is a swiveling movement. In fact. this is an approximation of how you would see a person "in the flesh" if you were having a casual conversation. so that part of the picture is unnecessary. the subject takes up the full frame. The MS is appropriate when the subject is speaking without too much emotion or intense concentration. The small amount of room above and below the subject can be thought of as safety room — you don't want to be cutting the top of the head off. whilst still showing enough for the audience to feel as if they were looking at the whole subject.Camera Pan A pan is a horizontal camera movement in which the camera moves left and right about a central axis. You wouldn't be paying any attention to their lower body. In this case. Mid Shot (MS) The mid shot shows some part of the subject in more detail. Types of Video Camera Shot Wide Shot (WS) In the wide shot. i. which is why it is frequently used by television news presenters. since this is as close as we can get without losing any part of him. You will often see a story begin with a MS of the Code No. the boy's feet are almost at the bottom of frame and his head is almost at the top. Obviously the subject doesn't take up the whole width and height of the frame. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 32 of 103 .e. It would also look uncomfortable if his feet and head were exactly at the top and bottom of frame. mounted in a fixed location on a tripod or shoulder.

etc. a certain feature or part of the subject takes up most of the frame. Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 33 of 103 . etc.reporter (providing information). A close-up of a person emphasizes their emotional state. nervousness. The viewer is drawn into the subject's personal space and shares their feelings. or to emphasise emotion and action of the hands. hand movements performing a task. Cut-in Shot (CI) This shot specifically refers to showing some part of the subject in detail. can also show enthusiasm. Close Up Shot (CU) In the closeup shot. a close-up exaggerates facial expressions which convey emotion. Can be used purely as an edit point. Close-ups are obviously useful for showing detail and can also be used as a cut-in. agitation. Whereas a mid-shot or wide-shot is more appropriate for delivering facts and general information. A close up of a person usually means a close up of their face (unless specified otherwise). followed by closer shots of interview subjects (providing reactions and emotion). For example.

if your holding a camcorder then that motion is exaggerated on video and can make it look like you were jumping up and down while holding your camcorder. Along those same lines. Before you hit the record button. You naturally move up and down slightly when you breathe. then as the person recording the video gets tired the video starts to look worse. When framing a person.' not after. do it. Many new camcorder users will zoom in and out constantly with their camcorder.Video Camera Tips and Tricks Watch the Zoom In general when you shoot a video you want to limit the amount of time you zoom in and out. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 34 of 103 . Camcorders will typically make video shot in dim areas look as though it was shot in complete darkness. Handheld video usually looks great for the first few minutes. Turn On the Lights Camcorders typically have a difficult time recording video in darker areas. Do this as you would if you were taking a still picture. prior to pressing 'record. A good slow steady zoom into a subject is also usually much nicer to watch than a quick zoom in to a subject. If you have the ability to turn on more lights where you are. Do a Little Shot Composition The purpose of taping something is so you will be able to remember and enjoy it later. Using the zoom on your camcorder is a good idea. but try to only use the feature when you need it. Good shot composition uses the 'Rule of Thirds.' This is where you treat the screen as being divided into a tic-tac-toe pattern. if you are shooting a video handheld then you want to make sure the image stabilization on your camcorder in enabled. look at your shot and see if you have everything in it that you want and that it is framed nicely. Video shot in this manner usually ends up making viewers nauseous with the constant movement. Bring a Tripod Chances are you have seen video recorded by someone who did not have a tripod. The brighter the area you are recording the better. you Code No. Image stabilization will help even out the movements your camcorder makes and minimize shaking in your finished video.

it will provide the proper balance and really make your shot look professional. Code No. facing inward). Although this may cut off the top of the subject's head.want their eyes on the top line and the center of their head on the left or the right line (i. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 35 of 103 . Let Your Camera Follow the Action This may seem obvious.. so give them what they want. Your viewers' eyes will want to follow the action. but keep your viewfinder on the ball.e.

remember there are three of them. describe keystone effect. you must be able to: 1. Polarizing works by accepting light that is traveling on the same plane. 2. the green LCD would block the light from passing to the dichroic prism and out the lens. and blue. Each LCD is only capable of controlling one color. a prism. From the polarizing filter. explain the advantages and limitation of an LCD. describe an LCD/DLP projector. Code No. a lamp. So.INFORMATION SHEET NO. 4. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 36 of 103 .1-4 THE LCD PROJECTOR Objectives: After reading this Information Sheet. The LCD Projector LCD projector (Liquid Crystal Display) refers to a kind of video projector that is used to display or ―project‖ an image. red. From there. and computer data on a flat exterior or simply a screen. the LCD panels send the light through the dichroic prism which recombines the light and sends it out through the main lens in the LCD projector to the surface against which it is projected. The lamp provides white light that passes through a polarizing filter. video. and filters to create the image on the screen. All other light will be blocked. These three colors are then sent to a separate LCD panel. 3. if you were to see a picture of a red plane against a blue sky. Dichroic mirrors work by only allowing certain colors in the light spectrum to be reflected. identify the different features of an LCD projector. The dichroic mirrors in LCD projectors separate the light into the three primary colors . while others pass through. LCD projectors work by using three liquid crystal panels. 6.green. the light is then passed through a series of dichroic mirrors.

Then. The chip in a DLP projector is referred to as a DMD (Digital Micro mirror Device). If you add a second polarizing filter at the other end of the liquid crystal. the chip used in a DLP projector is different. As the amplified light bounces off the micro mirrors. In essence. the actual image is displayed on a chip. every pixel on a DMD chip is a reflective mirror. however. The liquid crystals bend the light which is traveling on a different plane when it enters through the polarizing filter. you can then effectively block all light from passing through.LCD panels in LCD projectors work by allowing the polarized light to travel through a pane of glass into the liquid crystal inside the display. color is added as light passes through a high-speed color wheel and is reflected off of the micro mirrors on the DLP chip as they rapidly tilt towards or away from the light source. allowing each to be controlled individually. If you apply an electrical current to the liquid crystal they will align. DLP (Digital Light Processing) Projector Like LCD. it is sent through the lens and can be projected on a large screen. The degree of tilt of each micro mirror coupled with the rapidly spinning color wheel determines the color structure of the projected image. The video image is displayed on the DMD chip. Each LCD panel has a separate system to control the electrical current that passes through the liquid crystal. The micro mirrors on the chip (remember: each micro mirror represents one pixel) then tilt very rapidly as the image changes. Code No. allowing the light to pass through on the same plane as when it entered. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 37 of 103 . This process produces the grayscale foundation for the image.

400 x 1. such as SXGA (1. Matching an XGA projector to your computer ensures you won't lose any detail. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 38 of 103 . *XGA 1. To get the best image.024). SXGA+ projectors are becoming more popular and there are several offerings available in both budget and high-end configurations.024 SXGA+ 1. Most computers still output in native XGA. These are good general purpose projectors.600 x 1.280 x 1.280 x 1. The most common resolution today is XGA (1.050 UXGA 1. They're good for black and white.200 * The most popular projector resolution NOTE: For best results. SXGA projectors are of high resolution and are more expensive than XGA.Features of an LCD Projector Projector Resolution Resolution refers to the number of dots of light that appears on a screen or a projected image. would mean you'll have to pay a higher price for the projector. Projector Resolution Options Resolution SVGA 800 x 600 Description SVGA projectors are great for those on a tight budget. These are expensive projectors that support a broad range of computer equipment. Code No. Most new projectors have higher resolutions to match most current laptop computers. Even though some projectors may be able to work with several resolutions. These are very good for detailed photography and graphics. match the resolution of your projector with the resolution of your computer.024 x 768 SXGA 1. They are not good for presentations that require a lot of detail.024 x 768). They are good for Power Point presentations or those that include clip art or line drawings. match the resolution of your computer with the native resolution of the projector. etc. UXGA is for very high-end high resolution workstation applications that require exacting detail. Higher resolutions. These products are targeted for highend personal computer users and low-end workstation users. showing documents. there is one "native" resolution at which it works best.

Image Quality There are four factors that affect the quality of image. computers are sold with higher and higher resolutions with the XGA 1024 x 768 sold at 4:3 aspect ratio as the most popular today. A higher uniformity rating means more uniform image brightness across your screen. Every year. you should have at least 1. Illumination uniformity refers to the percentage of brightness that is carried across your screen from edge to edge and top to bottom. for example.000 lumens to project effectively in a lighted room. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 39 of 103 . Typically. If you want uniformity. Projectors should display 16 million colors or more which is adequate for computer screens and video. brightness. Contrast Ratio Contrast is the difference between the brightest (white) and darkest (black) parts of the screen. For very large installations. a conference room. notice how the projector fills the screen. the better the projected image with the best quality projectors having a contrast ratio of 2. They are contrast. the better it will be able to project high quality images and video. Will you be in a small classroom. 10. Color The more colors you projector can support. Brightness The bigger the audience or room. The higher the contrast ratio. The best way to get the highest quality image is to match the resolution of your projector with that of your computer. while darkened rooms need less brightness. or a large lecture hall or auditorium? Will the room be lit or darkened? These are some of the factors you must consider when purchasing an LCD projector. Is it even from side to side and top to bottom? Avoid dark corners of the image and bright centers.000:1.000 lumens are required. Code No. it must be at a level of 85% or higher. and other lighted environments require brighter images. Trade show floors. Color helps to define the depth of an image. Illumination Uniformity As you compare projectors. Contrast helps to define the depth of an image. The brightness level of a projector depends on the kind of environment you will be using with it. the bigger and brighter the image must be. A good projector will have a contrast ratio of at least 250:1 or more. by adding shades to the objects displayed. and evenness of the illumination across the picture. color. and is important when projecting video images.

Wireless mouse control for freedom to move around while you are presenting. sharper image.000 hours and depending on how much the projector is used. Lamp life is rated in hours.000 to P 30. They are plug-n-play and require only a few minutes to set up. can add to the total cost of operating a projector over a given period of time. It's like toner cartridges for printers. also. Some projectors come with additional features that can be very convenient and it is suggested that they are the ones you should consider in your purchase decision. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 40 of 103 .  Some LCD projectors are wireless for easy set-up and no cables to mess with. available with interchangeable lenses. Replacement bulbs run anywhere from P 15. The typical lamp life for a projector is between 1. Glass will give you a clearer.Ultra High Performance UHE . A lower watt lamp will stay cooler and last longer than a higher watt bulb. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page #   Code No. This is the preferred input for projecting video. The f-number of the lens is a measure of how much light gets through the lens to the screen. The same is true for projectors.000 and 4.000. The lamp type is related to the image brightness. Projector Lamps Projector lamps are one of the hidden costs of a projector. Since it uses less power. The lamp is the most expensive part of the projector.Ultra High Efficiency Some projectors also use metal halide lamps. Digital Keystone Correction for adjusting the rectangular shape on the screen when the projector cannot be positioned perpendicular to the screen. Other Features of a Projector Today's LCD projectors are very easy to use. you'll probably pay more for the toner cartridges than you originally paid for the printer. Over the life of the printer. it will also cost less to operate. The most common types of projector lamps are the following: UHP .    Network connections so that projector can be controlled from a remote location Component video inputs for higher quality video. The zoom lens lets you project a larger or smaller image on your screen depending on the distance between your projector and the screen.Projector Lenses Zoom lenses are almost standard on today's projectors. Dual computer inputs for hooking up to more than one computer. The best lenses are manufactured with glass. Some projectors are. but some models are using plastic lenses to cut down on weight.

the new option is 16 x 9. and looking upwards to the screen. but with the popularity of wide screens. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 41 of 103 . Screen/Display Aspect Ratios Wide Screen 16 x 9 Standard Screen 4 x 3 Keystone Effect The keystone effect is caused by attempting to project an image onto a surface at an angle. It is a distortion of the image dimensions. the image is larger at the top than on the bottom. making it look like a trapezoid. as with a projector not quite centered onto the screen it is projecting on. Code No. Horizontal keystone effects – This happens when the projector is to the left or right of the screen. A 4 x 3 display is squarer than the rectangular-shaped 16 x 9. hence the name of the feature. Some areas of the screen may not be focused correctly as the projector lens is focused at the average distance only. the shape of an architectural keystone.Projector Aspect Ratios Aspect ratios refer to the number of units wide to the number of units high of your LCD projector display. For years. In the typical case of a projector sitting on a table. Two types of keystone effects   Vertical keystone effects – This usually occurs when the projector is above or below the centerline of the screen. the standard was 4:3.

Horizontal keystone effects VERTICAL KEYSTONE EFFECTS Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 42 of 103 .

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 43 of 103 . SVGA (800x600) B. On your answer sheet. Dichroic panel B. Green. A. Green. Red. SXGA+ (1. Projection lamp D. LCD Panel C. SXGA (1. 6. Dichroic panel B.400x1. A projector resolution that fits to a 4X3 projection screen. Green and Yellow B. LCD Panel C. write the correct answer. The dichroic mirrors in LCD projectors separate the light into the three primary colors.280x1. A very expensive replaceable part of the LCD projector.050) ______2. ______1. What are these? A. A. Red and Yellow C. Projection lens Code No. What LCD projector feature lets you project a larger or smaller image on your screen depending on the distance between your projector and the screen? A.1-4 Directions: Read each statement or question carefully. Projection lamp D. Blue.024x768) C. XGA (1.024) D. Projection lens ______4. Red and Blue D. Yellow and Blue ______3.SELF-CHECK NO.

B 2. C 3.1-3 Multiple Choice 1. 6. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 44 of 103 . C 4. D Code No.ANSWER KEY NO.

But they are equally useful in any building where a sound system might be temporarily set up in different rooms (or outdoors) on different days. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 45 of 103 . signal processing. In some cases. equalizer. and even school-multipurpose rooms. and up to 1. Mixer/amps are most commonly used for smaller venues such as clubs. there's nothing more convenient than combining some of these tasks into a single component. Advantages    Mixer/amplifiers usually combine a mixer. there is only one box to carry instead of three. and amplification before the loudspeaker can do its job.INFORMATION SHEET NO. and that's where the mixer/amplifier (or powered mixer) really shines. portable mixer/amps are even permanently installed. since you don't need to interconnect the components. they think of the visible endpoints: microphone or the loudspeaker. coffee houses. despite their ultra-portable nature. But neither of these passive components can create any sound without active components between them. Microphone signals require a preamp. and amplifier all into one unit. For small sound system requirements.1-5 THE MIXER AMPLIFIER When most users think of a sound system. Since all three components are included. For portable applications. There is also less set up required. 6. the advantages are obvious. They typically range from six to 20 inputs.200 watts total power output. Code No. Most manufacturers provide units with built-in carrying handles to take full advantage of the compact size and feature combination.

Input Level Control Input Toggle Selector Input Jack (6. it is susceptible to tampering by unqualified (or curious) hands. Some of the more sophisticated features that are available on separate mixers may not be available on mixer/amps (such as mute. you need to replace the entire unit in order to get your sound system up and running. audio players and instruments which is present in every channel.5 mm Jack) Code No.Disadvantages    High-quality mixer/amp can cost as much or more than its separate components. more than two or three auxiliary sends). Since the equalizer is always exposed (as opposed to being in a separately located rack somewhere). If one part of the mixer/amp fails. Common features of a Mixer Amplifier Microphone/Line/Instrument Input This feature lets you connect different inputs such as microphones. subgroups. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 46 of 103 .

echo effects. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 47 of 103 . as well as. Onboard Effects Some small mixer/amps include impressive built in digital effects like delay and reverb. Code No. medium and high frequency of an audio input in each channel.Equalization The equalization feature can control the low.

Master Output Control Another feature of this mixer amp is the master output control that lets you control all channel output.Monitor outs An essential feature of this mixer amp is the separate monitor outputs for each channel. volume and effects. It's also useful for sending signal to outboard amplifiers for control over multiple loudspeaker zones. Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 48 of 103 .

It is a feature of a mixer amplifier that controls the high and low frequencies. etc. C. mic volume master output control input level control echo volume ______3. A. It is a selector that connects a specific audio program source such as microphone. input control output control output selector input selector Code No. What do you call the control that adjusts individual input such as microphone. 6. B. B. D. A control that adjusts all the channels output volume and effects.1-5 Directions: Read each statement or question carefully. C. D. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 49 of 103 . C. 3. B. ______1.SELF-CHECK NO.5 mm jack RCA XLR ______2. D. input level control output level control equalization input gain ______5. B. D.25 jack 6. B. audio players and other instruments? A. C. A. Auxiliary input gain equalization on board effects _____4. A. An input connector usually used for microphones. C. A. D. audio players. Select the correct letter of the answer and write it on your answer sheet.

operate the mixer amplifier with microphone and speaker. Connect the microphone to the mixer amplifier. 4. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 50 of 103 . 6. Mixer Amplifier 3. 3. Power ON the mixer amplifier. you must be able to: 1. Speaker system 2.TASK SHEET NO. Be sure to connect the speakers properly to the mixer amplifier.2-5 CONNECTING AND OPERATING THE MICROPHONE AND MIXER AMPLIFIER Objectives: Given the necessary equipment. All controls of the mixer amplifier must be set into minimum positions before switching on the mixer amplifier. 3. 2. Procedures: (Refer to pictorial diagram) 1. Switch ON the microphone and adjust the volume control. 5. Adjust the other controls to suit the pitch. to avoid feedback. 2. 2. Do not point the microphone directly to the speakers. Connect the speaker to the mixer amplifier. Materials. Microphone CAUTION: 1. Code No. Tools and Equipment: 1. connect speaker system and microphone to the mixer amplifier.

Pictorial Wiring Diagram of Speaker from the Mixer Amplifier Left Speaker Right Speaker Speaker Speaker terminal from speaker box + + _ _ Speaker terminal from mixer amplifier Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 51 of 103 .

5. Power ON the mixer amplifier. all items should receive a YES response. YES NO For satisfactory achievement. Switch ON the microphone and adjust the volume control. Adjust the other controls to suit the pitch. 2. 4. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 52 of 103 . Comment: Trainer‘s Name and Signature: ____________________________________ Code No.PROCEDURAL CHECKLIST CONNECTING AND OPERATING THE MICROPHONE AND MIXER AMPLIFIER Trainees Name: ______________________________________________ During the performance of the above mentioned task. did you follow the step by step procedure? Procedures 1. 3. Connect the microphone to the mixer amplifier. Connect the speaker to the mixer amplifier.

similarly to a loudspeaker cone. 6.1-6 THE MICROPHONE Objectives: After going through this Information Sheet. explain the directional properties of a microphone. or requiring the ability to handle high volumes and/or particular frequency bands Small. Common uses : Microphones for live performance. which is usually an air pressure wave. does not require a power source. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 53 of 103 . caused by sound pressure waves. Microphone A microphone is an electromechanical device that uses vibration to create an electrical signal proportional to the vibration. but in reverse. 2. you must be able to 1. 3.INFORMATION SHEET NO. describe a microphone. identify the different types of microphones and explain their advantages and disadvantages. in turn moves the coil relative to the magnet and produces an electrical signal. Vibration of the diaphragm. and therefore. resistant rugged and relatively moisture- Advantages : Disadvantages : Uneven frequency response Shure SM58 dynamic microphone Code No. The dynamic microphone produces current mechanically. Dynamic microphone Dynamic microphones are one of the simplest and most rugged of microphone designs. The pickup diaphragm is connected to a coil/magnet assembly . inexpensive.

and their signal-to-noise ratio is generally somewhat lower. They use a small sealed capsule . where absolute sound quality is not a priority. is output as a continuous signal. Their small size allows them to be clipped to clothing or worn on a lanyard. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 54 of 103 . Their cost. all sources where subjective sound quality and musicality are paramount. Combined with radio belt pack give complete freedom of movement Limited frequency response. Common uses : Advantages : Television interviews. they are an ideal choice. However. and indeed. lectures. delicacy and sensitivity. acoustic instruments. seminars etc Small size.Condenser microphone Condensers are generally acknowledged to be the best microphones for recording speech. Lavaliers can be of condenser or dynamic types. in an environment where a mobile speaker requires a discrete microphone with good clarity. caused by sound waves. and in combination with a radio system give the speaker complete freedom of movement. Though many provide excellent sound quality. however. make them unsuitable for some acoustic environments. self-noise Disadvantages : Code No. Lavaliere microphone The term ―lavalier‖ refers to a miniature and usually body-worn microphone. and often come paired with a belt pack to transmit the signal wirelessly [see wireless systems]. so use caution in positioning and storage. the variation in distance between the two. clip-on. Using either an external current (phantom power) or an electrostatic magnet to provide a difference in electrical charge between the two sides of the capsule. their size and design mean that they do not equal larger microphones in quality of output and frequency response. Moisture or condensation trapped in the capsule of a condenser microphone can permanently damage it.usually up to one inch in diameter one side of which is a very thin membrane pickup.

also. It can. incorporating a radio transmitter and batteries into its body. be used in combination with a microphone boom. then they must all be set to different frequencies. the belt pack transmitter is worn by the person and is attached by a short cable to the microphone itself. It contains batteries and a radio transmitter. This allows a degree of freedom to the subject which is not available with a conventional wired microphone. Fixed frequency microphones can usually be ordered in a range of different frequencies. Wireless microphones fall into two broad categories: Handheld transmitter This is the familiar handheld radio microphone. or fixed by the manufacturers. Code No. attached to the camera/recorder/laptop etc. to avoid interference.Lavalier microphone Radio microphone Wireless radio microphones transmit the microphone signal from a battery powered mobile transmitter to a matching receiver. If multiple microphones are to be used in the same venue. Belt pack transmitter Used in combination with a miniature clip-on lavalier (see above) or a headband worn microphone. Radio microphones will use one of a set of allowed frequencies either a switchable-on microphone receiver. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 55 of 103 .

broadcast. so can be used in extreme conditions where a conventional microphone is unsuitable (underwater. In a piezo-electric microphone. drums and acoustic instruments No exposed moving parts. unobtrusive More complex set-up.It is advisable to use fresh batteries in the radio microphone transmitter for each event. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 56 of 103 . lower signal-to-noise ratio Radio system components (clockwise from top left): clip-on Lavalier microphone. sound waves apply varying pressure to the pickup. belt pack transmitter. handheld transmitters. Common uses: Advantages: Contact microphones/pickups for guitars. for example) : Limited frequency response Disadvantages Code No. live performance No wires! Freedom of movement. diversity receiver Piezoelectric microphone Certain chemical compounds will (when pressure is applied to them) generate an electrical impulse. which contains this type of substance (often a crystalline material) and produce the output signal. Common uses : Advantages : Disadvantages : Lectures. head worn microphone. reliance on batteries.

This includes cardioid and hypercardioid microphones.Picks up sound from two opposite directions. Omnidirectional . The types of directionality are divided into three main categories: 1. Bidirectional . others pick up sound only from one direction or a particular combination of directions. Some microphones pick up sound equally from all directions. Code No. 3. 2.Picks up sound predominantly from one direction.Picks up sound evenly from all directions (omni means "all" or "every"). Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 57 of 103 .Directional Properties Every microphone has a property known as directionality. This describes the microphone's sensitivity to sound from various directions. Unidirectional .

1-6 Directions: Read each statement or question carefully. USB microphone ______2. but in reverse. USB microphone ______3. A. Lavalier D. Radio Microphone C. A. What is a directional property of a microphone that enables it to pick up sound evenly from all directions? A. A microphone that comes in small size. Select the letter of the correct answer and write it on the space provided in each number. Omnidirectional D. Radio Microphone C. 6. Dynamic microphone B. clip-on and is combined with radio belt pack that gives the user a complete freedom to move. A microphone that has its pickup diaphragm connected to a coil/magnet assembly . ______1. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 58 of 103 . Omnidirectional C.Self-Check NO. A. Bidirectional B. Lavalier D. Bidirectional B. Unidirectional Code No. Hypercardiod C.similar to a loudspeaker cone. Hypercardioid D. Unidirectional ______4. Microphone directional properties that pick up sound from two opposite directions. Dynamic microphone B.

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2. Locate the video/audio out port on the side or back of the video camera.1-2 PROCEDURE IN INTERCONNECTING A VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER TO AN LCD PROJECTOR AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM Objectives: After reading this task sheet. while older analog cameras that record to videotape use a composite connection. 1. Equipment: 1. A high-definition digital camera uses a high-definition media interface (HDMI) jack. so choosing the right cable depends primarily on the camera. 6. Video Camera Recorder 2. HDMI to RCA Procedure: RCA (Composite) USB 1. Code No. Video/Audio Connectors 5. depending on the camera model and technology used to capture images on the equipment. Many digital cameras transfer video with a USB cable. you must be able to. 2. Connect the video camera to a sound system. Public Address System/Speaker system 4.TASK SHEET NO. LCD monitors are typically equipped with all three types of connections. Microphone Connecting Video Camera to an LCD Projector There are three main ways to connect a video camera to an LCD projector. Power OFF the video camera and the LCD Projector. LCD/DLP Projector 3. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 60 of 103 . Connect the video camera to an LCD Projector.

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 61 of 103 . 2. Code No. Turn on the camera and the LCD projector.connect the appropriate video cable to the input port on the back of the LCD projector. Make necessary audio adjustments. 3. Proccedure: 1. Turn the power OFF of your video camera and mixer amplifier. Connecting Video Camera to Public Address System/Speaker System Your video will be greatly enhanced if you have your demonstration picked up by an audio feed from or to the camera. 3. please adjust all setting to 0 (zero) to avoid damaging your speaker system. Note: You are about to turn the power ON of your mixer/amplifier. Press the projector "Source/input" button until the image from the camera appears on the projector's display. Turn the power ON of your video camera and amplifier/mixer. Connect the audio out cables from your video camera to the RCA audio input jack at the back of the mixer amplifier.

as with many cameras. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 62 of 103 . and the students. Before filming the training. Digital video cameras that record onto mini-DV cassettes now offer quality equal to that of more traditional cameras. they both speed the transfer of footage to a computer for editing and eliminate quality loss due to format conversions. thus. Smooth zooms and pans are more difficult than they might seem. this represents a viable option. 6. use professional equipment. This is particularly true if. Though suitable for home movies. the quality will be noticeably amateurish and you'll have little room for error when it comes time to correct problems with the video or sound. vigorous interactions. the three-CCD cameras provide more realistic color. carefully consider the equipment. and more often has obstacles or Code No. the trainer. and require considerable practice. The videocameras should be of at least "prosumer" quality (intermediate between professional and consumer quality). Better cameras typically have three CCD sensors versus the one sensor on typical consumer cameras. this microphone provides noticeably lower quality than a standalone prosumer-quality model. panning and tilting the video camera. Equipment Although you can record video with inexpensive equipment. Techniques in Demonstrating in Front of the Video Camera. Preparing to film The opportunity to film a trainer before a live audience provides a natural setting and spontaneous. but eliminate the conversion from analog (film) to digital. Although the resolution is similar.1-7 TECHNIQUES IN DEMONSTRATING IN FRONT OF THE VIDEO CAMERA Objectives: After reading this information sheet you must be able to: 1. Identify the techniques in demonstrating in front of the video camera.INFORMATION SHEET NO. Never rely on the camera's built-in microphone. the location for the training. 2. the manual zoom and pan are too fast. Explain the things to prepared before demonstrating in front of a video camera. The camera operator should be very well versed in zooming. ideally. Particularly where you lack the budget to film in a dedicated studio.

Natural lighting provides more natural colors. make sure that the room doesn't create excessive echo. They should avoid pinstripes and other geometrical patterns that can cause moirés. Introduce one by one the equipment. After presenting the procedure present a summary of the demonstration. Sometimes you can hang blankets outside the frame or rent large potted plants to diminish echoes. echoes can be very difficult to remove during editing.participants between it and the speaker. To facilitate this approach. it may be possible to install daylight-balanced ("full spectrum") bulbs. use a lapel microphone. With some cameras. and may even force you to re-record segments of the speech. Wide Shot (WS) or Mid-Shot Code No. it's much more likely to produce inadequate recordings of the speaker and distracting background noise. since a mix of lighting leads to unpredictable variations in brightness during a long session. Thus. but may present an unprofessional image. sonically. 3. Use Cut-in shot. headgear microphones also work. Use wide shot (WS) or Mid shot (MS). Speakers should wear solid-colored clothing or an understated pattern that stands out from their background. but light intensities can vary excessively. so understated matte colors are preferable. Start the demonstration by explaning what the trainees/student will learn in the demonstration. Location Choose a suitable location for filming. but it's better to avoid them in the first place. Whichever light you choose. the location should be visually. In terms of sound. In some cases. Breaking the presentation into clear modules lets you design the video around the modules rather than creating artificial breaks that leave "visible seams". tools and materials to be used. Artificial lighting is preferable because it remains constant. create a test film before the actual training session and change the speaker's wardrobe if necessary. consult your camera manual to see whether there's an optimal setting for that type of light. bright colors may also "bleed" (create visible fringes) or reflect too much light. To spot any problems before they're preserved forever on film. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 63 of 103 . 1. An ideal location provides a single type of ambient light. 4. plan the video as a series of modules that can be viewed sequentially. in short sessions tailored to the student's schedule. If you aren't using a studio. Make a close up shot of the demostration to show the detailed video of the procedure. 2. To capture the speaker's voice. ask the speaker to structure the presentation somewhat more than might otherwise be the case. The presenter and presentation Because videos should support self-learning. Perform your demonstration making sure that the step-by-step procedure can be captured by the camera. and logistically suitable.

RCA Cables Note: Prepare the needed tools. 3. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 64 of 103 . Procedure: 1. 6. Video Camera Recorder Mixer/Amplifier LCD Projector Microphone Supplies: 1. Shoot/record video of the demonstration. 4. 2. equipment and supplies that you will use for the demonstration.JOB SHEET NO. Prepare the needed tools.1-1 PRESENT A DEMONSTRATION IN FRONT OF A VIDEO CAMERA Objectives: At the end of this task sheet. Equipment: 1. Store the equipment. Present a demonstration in front of a video camera. equipment and consumables to be used for demonstration 3. you must be able to: 1. mixer amplifier and LCD projector. Set-up the video camera recorder. Video Cassette 2. 4. Code No. 2. tools and supplies.

PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST NO. Performed set-up of equipment in accordance with the connection guide and presentation requirements Operated equipment based on presentation requirements and operation manual. Yes No N/A Code No.1-1 PRESENTING A DEMONSTRATION LESSON THROUGH DIRECT VIDEO FOOTAGE/CAPTURE Trainee‘s Name: ________________________________ Date: ___________________ During the performance of the activity did the trainee perform according to the required criteria? Criteria Inspected equipment for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturers users guide. 6. Executed presentation of lesson through direct video footage/capture and in-line with the session plan Stored Equipment through in accordance with standard operating procedure. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 65 of 103 .

LEARNING OUTCOME SUMMARY Learning Outcome 2: Present lesson via film viewing method Contents: 1. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 66 of 103 . 7. 3. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual. 4. Learners are oriented prior to video viewing in-line with the expected outcome of the lesson 6. Learners are oriented prior to film viewing in-line with the expected outcome of the lesson. Techniques in effective utilization of film viewing method in teaching. Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. 5. Procedure in operating player(VHS/VCD/DVD) 3. Electronic Media Equipment    Player (VHS/VCD/DVD) Video Monitor/LCD Projector P/A Systems (including Audio Microphones/ Speaker System) Mixers/ Audio Amplifies/ 2. safety practices and presentation requirements. Equipment guide and user manuals Code No. P/A system and Video Monitor/LCD Projector 2. 2. 5. Strategies to ensure that the learner will learn important information from the movie are implemented in-line with session plan. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide. Pros and cons of presenting lesson via film viewing method 4. Equipment is stored in accordance with standard operating procedure. Conditions: Trainees must be provided with following: 1. Basic maintenance of video players Assessment Criteria: 1. Procedure in interconnecting Player(VHS/VCD/DVD).

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 67 of 103 . Training materials: Information Sheet Self-Checks Model answers Task Sheets Inspection Checklist Assessment Method: 1. Demonstration/Questioning Code No. Written Test 2.3. Connection cables 5. Interconnection guide 4.

2-1: The DVD/VCD Player Special Instructions Answer Self-Check 6.2-1: Presenting a Lesson Via film Viewing Method (Video) To check your skills.2-1: Techniques in Effective Utilization of Videos Answer Self-Check 6. 6. Code No. Ask you trainer for the AV equipment that you will use for this activity.2-1: Connecting LCD Projector to VCD/DVD Player Read Information Sheet No. you will present a 15-minute lesson using the above mentioned AV equipment. 6. Arrange with your trainer for the schedule and ask for a VCD/LCD and LCD/DLP projector for this activity.6.2-1 Check your answer to Answer Key 6.2-1 Check your answer to Answer Key 6.2-1 Perform Job Sheet 6. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 68 of 103 . knowledge and attitude in facilitating training using VCD/DVD and LCD/DLP projector.LEARNING EXPERIENCES Learning Outcome 2: Present lesson via film viewing method (video) Learning Activities Read Information Sheet No.2-1 Perform Task Sheet No.

identify the different component parts of a VCD/DVD player. Code No. describe a VCD/DVD player. Components of a CD/DVD Player The components of a DVD machine are typically manufactured by separate companies and then assembled by the DVD manufacturer. A CD/DVD player is a device that plays discs produced under both the DVD-Video and DVD-Audio technical standards. 6. The production of the component parts is a highly specialized process. and only a few companies are equipped to supply the entire industry. internal electronic circuit board and the disk drive mechanism. two different and incompatible standards. most DVD players allow users to play audio CDs and Video CDs (VCD). you must be able to: 1. The main components include the optical system assembly. Some newer devices also play videos in the MPEG-4 ASP video compression format (such as DivX) popular in the Internet.INFORMATION SHEET NO. Additionally. 2.2-1 THE VCD/DVD PLAYER Objectives: Given the necessary equipment.e. Dolby Digital. Digital Theater Systems (DTS)). A few include a home cinema decoder (i. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 69 of 103 .

It consists of a spindle that holds the disc and. The circuit board is produced much like that of other electronic equipment. The laser and photo detector are installed on a plastic housing. This in turn is connected to the other principal parts of the disc drive including the loading tray (if present) and the spindle motor. and lenses. Great care is taken in the positioning of each of these pieces because without proper alignment. a printed circuit board. Code No. The optical system assembly is the part of the DVD that reads the data from the disc and transmits it to be converted into binary code. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 70 of 103 . photo detector. the system will not perform properly. prism. Electrical connections are attached and the optical system is then ready to be attached to the disc drive mechanism. Internal electronics The electronic components of the DVD machine are sophisticated and use the latest in electronic processing technology. which help convert the data being read into a usable format. Optical system The optical system is made up of a laser. Disk drive mechanism The optical system is attached to the motor that will drive it. mirrors. and an optical system assembly.A DVD player is composed of sophisticated electronics. and the other components are placed in specific places. including a disc drive mechanism. a motor that spins it. Other gears and belts are attached and the entire assembly is placed in the main body. The circuit board contains all of the electronic components.

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 71 of 103 .2-1 CONNECTING LCD PROJECTOR TO VCD/DVD PLAYER Objectives: Given the necessary equipment. Place the LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player on a stable flat surface at about 5 feet away from the projection screen. Equipment: LCD/DLP projectors CD/DVD Player RCA Cable Procedure: 1. and the ―Video In‖ RCA connector of the LCD/DLP projector VCD Video Out DLP Video In Code No. 2 Locate the ―Video Out RCA‖ connector. 2. 6. display video images from LCD projectors. connect LCD projector to VCD/DVD player. 8.TASK SHEET NO. you must be able to: 1.

6. you can press the SOURCE button of the LCD/DLP projector and select video as source.5 mm mini jack connected to speaker IN 5. LCD projector can automatically detect VCD/DVD player. eject VCD from the VCD player.3. and then turn it off. Connect one end of the RCA cable to the video out of the VCD/DVD player and the other end to the LCD/DLP Video In cable. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 72 of 103 .5 mm stereo audio cable‘s 3. If in case the projector cannot display video. 3. After the video presentation. RCA Cable RCA Cable to VCD/DVD Video OUT RCA Cable to LCD/DLP Video IN 4. Switch ON the VCD/DVD player and the LCD/DLP Projector. To include audio on your video connect an RCA-to-3. wait for the projector to cool down before unplugging. Code No.5 mm stereo miniplug into the VCD/DVD audio jack. Connect the RCA plugs to the input jacks of the speaker or PA system. Switch OFF LCD/DLP projector.5 mm stereo mini plug to RCA RCA audio connector to VCD audio out 3.

you must be able to: 1. What‘s new to this research is that.   When possible. We know from research ―that people tend to remember:‖ 10% 20% 30% 50% of of of of what what what what they they they they read hear see hear and see.2-2 TECHNIQUES IN EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF VIDEOS Objectives: After going through this Information Sheet. The experience element does not always mean hands-on because today‘s visual learner gets almost the same experience from a well-done training or demonstration video as they do from hands-on work. the video and the trainees. identify the disadvantages of using videos in training. How and When to Use Video Video can be used in a variety of ways to enhance any training topic. identify the practices in training using videos. Here are some examples of best practices for training use. classroom and hands on training. identify the advantages of using videos in training. In the absence of field. 2. hear and experience. show short clips from longer programs to either introduce or reinforce discussion. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 73 of 103 .  Always preview video in advance to make it easier to connect to training objectives. we will remember 70%-90% of what we see. Use the pause button to promote interactivity between yourself.INFORMATION SHEET NO. 3. Set the learning condition for attentive viewing by giving trainees active assignments before a clip to encourage their attention and post discussion.  Code No. video becomes an important learning tool. 6.

    It is reusable and portable.. Disadvantages of Video  Information may not be specific to the training but it must appeal to large audience.. It can bring productivity savings. evaluating learning becomes very important when this type of training technique is used. It can save the travel expenses and time. use the pause button to freeze on specific frame of video to encourage the trainees to search for more details. which in turn. time.‖ ―List the things in this video that …. etc…‖ Advantages of Videos  It can easily be duplicated. Trainee may also fast-forward many parts. ―What did you see.  Trainees control the process of learning.   Therefore. Code No. may result to the trainee‘s stopping the video anytime to give way to his personal work. which can sometimes lead to leniency on the part of trainees causing waste of resources. Lead-ins to video segments could include:     ―Listen to this term……‖ ―Think of similar examples…. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 74 of 103 .‖ ―Watch for…. Learning at home can bring many distractions. if he finds the video boring.Where appropriate.‖ After the video:  Check for understanding    Reinforce a point Connect to real examples Ask. and money. It can be used by the trainees at their convenience.

2-2 Using Videos in Training A. List down the advantages in using videos in training. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 75 of 103 .Self-Check NO. 6. B. Identify the practices in training using video. C. Code No. List down the disadvantages of videos in training.

Learning at homes can bring many distractions. show short clips from longer programs to either introduce or reinforce discussion.   When possible.  Always preview video in advance to make it easier to connect to training objectives. and money. List down the disadvantages of videos in training  Information may not be specific to the training but it must appeal to large audience. It can save the travel expenses and time. Identify the practices in training using video.     It is reusable and portable. which in turn may result to the trainee stopping the video anytime in favour of his personal work.   2. List down the advantages of using videos in training. which can sometimes lead to leniency on the part of trainees causing waste of resources.Answer Key NO.  It can easily be duplicated. Trainee may also fast-forward many parts.   Code No. if he finds the video boring. Use the pause button to promote interactivity between yourself.  Trainees control the process of learning. 3. Set the learning condition for attentive viewing by giving trainees active assignments before a clip to encourage their attention and post discussion.2-2 1. time. It can be used by the trainees at their convenience. It can bring productivity savings. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 76 of 103 . 6. the video and the trainees Check trainees understanding of the video presented.

Job Sheet NO. 6.2-2 FACILITATING TRAINING USING VCD/DVD AND LCD/DLP PROJECTOR
Objectives: Given the needed equipment, you must be able to: 1. setup LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player; 2. present a video using VCD/DVD and LCD/DLP projector in 15 minutes following the practices in training. Equipment: LCD/DLP Projector VCD/DVD Player Procedure: 1. Set up LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player. 2. Present an information lesson using the LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player. Evaluation: The trainer‘s observation must be based on the following criteria: 1. All steps in connecting LCD/DLP projector and video player were completed in correct sequence. 2. All safety precautions in operating LCD/DLP projector were followed. 3. Training practices in using video were followed.

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Trainee‘s Name: ________________________________ Date: ___________________ During the performance of the activity did the trainee perform according to the required criteria? Criteria Placed LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player on a stable flat surface Located RCA video OUT of VCD/DVD projector Located RCA video IN of LCD/DVD projector Connected RCA Video cable to VCD/DVD video OUT and LCD/DVD video IN. Switched ON the LCD/DLP projector and VCD/DVD player Selected source from LCD/DLP projector Displayed the video from LCD/DLP projector Adjusted focus and keystone of projector Used PAUSE button for interactivity. Checked trainees understanding of the video Yes No N/A

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Learning Outcome 3: Utilize computer and multimedia technology to present a lesson

Contents: 1. Equipments are inspected for safe working condition and normal operation in-line with manufacturer‘s user guide. 2. Set-up of equipment is performed in accordance with connection guide, safety practices and presentation requirements. 3. Equipment is operated based on presentation requirements and operation manual. 4. Teacher-centered presentation of a lesson is executed using a computer and in-line with session plan. 5. Learner-centered presentation of a lesson is executed using a computer and in-line with session plan. 6. Strategies to ensure that the learner will learn important information from the movie are implemented in-line with session plan. 7. Equipment is stored in accordance with standard operating procedure. Assessment Criteria: 1. Procedure in interconnecting Player(VHS/VCD/DVD), P/A system and Video Monitor/LCD Projector 2. Basic maintenance of personal computer 3. Psychological perception in learning 4. Techniques in effective presentation using digital slides 5. Techniques in effective utilization of computer aided learning resources 6. Techniques in utilizing world wide web in teaching Conditions: Trainees must be provided with following: 1. Electronic Media Equipment    Personal Computer Video Monitor/LCD Projector P/A Systems (including Audio Microphones/ Speaker System) Mixers/ Audio Amplifies/

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Connection cables 5. Training materials:      Information Sheet Self-Checks Model answers Task Sheets Inspection Checklist Assessment Method: 1. Demonstration/Questioning Code No. Equipment guide and user manuals 3. Interconnection guide 4.2. Written Test 2. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 80 of 103 .

6.2-2: Connecting LCD/DVD Projector and VCD/DVD Player Read Information Sheet No. knowledge and attitude in facilitating training using personal computer and LCD/DLP projector.3-1 Perform Task Sheet No. Ask you trainer for the AV equipment that you will use for this activity. Special Instructions Ask you trainer for the AV equipment that you will use for this activity.3-2 Check your answer to Answer Key 6.2-2: Video Presentation Skills Arrange with your trainer for the schedule and ask for a personal computer and LCD/DLP projector for this activity. you will present a 10minute information lesson using the above mentioned AV equipment.LEARNING EXPERIENCES Learning Outcome 3: Utilize computer and multimedia technology to present a lesson Learning Activities Read Information Sheet No.3-1: The Personal Computer Answer Self Check 6. Code No.3-2 Perform Job Sheet 6. 6.3-1: Connecting LCD Projector to Personal Computer Read Information Sheet No.2-1: Facilitating Training Using Personal Computer and LCD/DLP Projector To check your skills.3-2: LCD Projector Presentation Skills Answer Self Check 6.3-1 Check your answer to Answer Key 6. 6. Perform Task Sheet 6. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 81 of 103 . 6.

ask for a VCD/DVD and LCD/DLP projector for this activity. knowledge and attitude in facilitating training using VCD/DVD player and LCD/DLP projector.Perform Job Sheet 6. you will present a 10minute information lesson using the above mentioned AV equipment. and at the same time. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 82 of 103 . Arrange with your trainer for the schedule. Code No.2-2: Facilitating Training Using VCD/DVD and LCD/DLP Projector To check your skills.

a tablet PC. with no intervening computer operator. output and storage devices. Desktop PC Laptop Tablet PC Handheld PC (PDA) A PC may be used at home. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 83 of 103 . identify the input. 6. A personal computer (PC) is any general-purpose computer whose size. Personal computers can be connected to a local area network (LAN) either by a cable or a wireless connection. you must be able to: 5. capabilities.3-1 THE PERSONAL COMPUTER Objectives: After reading this information sheet. a laptop. identify the different types of personal computer. or may be found in an office. describe a personal computer. or a handheld PC (also called a palmtop). Types of Personal Computer A personal computer may be a desktop computer. 7. and which is intended to be operated directly by an end user. and original sales price make it useful for individuals.INFORMATION SHEET 6. Code No.

or can be used to record a short video.A drawing tablet is similar to a white board.     Output Devices A display device is an output equipment that visually conveys texts. By information we mean text. numbers. Some digital cameras hold a floppy disk which can be taken out of the camera and can be put directly into the computer.Most cameras are used during live conversations.  A monitor is an example of an output device that can be used to display text. A Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) projector uses its own light source to project what is displayed on the computer on a wall or projection screen. A digital light processing (DLP) projector uses tiny mirrors to reflect light which can be seen clearly in a well-lit room. Once connected.A digital camera can be used to take pictures. store information and send out information. special keys that help operate the computer. It can also display graphics and video. pictures. It is the combination of these four tasks with the aid of programs which allow computers to be so versatile. sounds.The mouse is used to open and close files. It is considered as a pointing device. It can be hooked up to a computer so that pictures from the camera can be transferred to the computer. The camera transmits a picture from one computer to another. Input Devices Input devices are any electronic equipment connected to a computer that produce input signals. and click on a lot of commands (to tell the computer what to do) when using different applications. Drawing Tablet . Camera . process information. also. graphics and video information. navigate web sites. Digital Camera . except that you use a special pen to write on it and is connected to the computer.The Components of a Personal Computer The four basic tasks of a computer are to: receive information.The keyboard is a way to input letters or numbers into different applications or programs. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 84 of 103 . A keyboard has. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page #  Code No. even electrical voltages. Mouse . the word or image you draw can be saved on the computer.  Keyboard . It is similar to a television set that accepts video signals from a computer and displays information on its screen.

An audio output device produces music. Computer storage is the storing of data in an electromagnetic form to be accessed to by a computer processor. RAM stores data during and after ROM is another type of memory processing. or other sounds. Storage devices Information and documents are stored in computer storage so that it can be retrieved whenever they are needed later on. A woofer or subwoofer is used to boost the low bass sound and is connected to the port on the sound card.  A printer is an output device that prints text and graphics on a physical medium. The headphone is a pair of small speakers placed over the ears and plugged into a port on the sound card. The data in the RAM can be read All the contents in the ROM can Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 85 of 103 . RAM ROM RAM is an acronym for RandomAccess Memory which means that the data and program can be read and written. Types of Computer Storage Primary storage Secondary storage Primary Storage Primary storage is the main memory in a computer. It stores data and programs that can be accessed to directly by the processor. computer. such as paper or transparency film. A pair of speakers is an audio output device that generates sound. speech. Types of Primary Storage There are two types of primary storage: the RAM and the ROM. RAM is also known permanently stored inside the as a working memory. ROM is an acronym for ReadOnly Memory. The data or program in ROM can only be read but cannot be written at all.

Types of Secondary Storage Magnetic such as floppy disk Optical such as CD-ROM Flash memory such as pen drive. Floppy disk CD – ROM Memory Stick Hard Disk Drive (Local Drive) Code No. It can only be stored by the manufacturer once and it cannot be changed. A computer uses RAM to hold temporary instructions and data needed to complete tasks. It holds the the programs and data in the programs and data when the RAM are lost when the computer computer is powered off. This enables the CPU (Central Processing Unit) to access instructions and data stored in the memory very quickly Secondary Storage Secondary storage is another alternative storage to save your work and documents.(retrieved) or written (stored). is powered off. RAM is volatile which means that ROM is non-volatile. which means that it does not need power to maintain the information stored in it. be accessed to and read but cannot be changed. It is very useful to store programs and data for future use. It is non-volatile. memory card and memory stick Programs in ROM have been pre-recorded. It will store the information until it is erased. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 86 of 103 .

Printer H. camera B. What do you call the primary storage that stores data during and after processing? It is also known as a working memory. 6. RAM D. Monitor G. Keyboard D. Mouse ______2. Keyboard D.SELF-CHECK NO. CD-ROM B. An input device used to input letters or numbers into different applications or programs. A. E. Liquid crystal display F. It can also display graphics and video. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 87 of 103 . navigate web sites. ROM Code No. Speaker ______4. Drawing tablet C. and click on a lot of commands (to tell the computer what to do) when using different applications. A. An output device that can be used to display text. Memory stick C. Write your answer on the space provider before each number. choose the correct answer listed below. ______1. Drawing tablet C.3-1 Directions: Read carefully the statements or questions. Mouse ______3. An input device used to open and close files. camera B. A.

ROM Code No. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 88 of 103 . A. An optical secondary storage.______5. RAM D. CD-ROM B. Memory stick C.

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Materials. display computer images from LCD projectors. LCD Projector 3. Personal Computer(Laptop) 2. 2. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 90 of 103 . Tools and Equipment 1. Code No. Place the LCD/DVD Projector and Laptop on a stable flat surface. connect the LCD projector to personal computer. you must be able to: 1.TASK SHEET NO. This is the same port which allows you to connect an external monitor/projector to the Computer (CPU). 2.3-1 CONNECTING THE LCD PROJECTOR TO PERSONAL COMPUTER Objectives: Given the necessary equipment. VGA Cable Procedure: 1. The VGA output connector/port is usually located at the back or side of the laptop. Locate the VGA connector on the Laptop. 6.

choose the one that says something like "line in" or "in from the computer." This combination of keys sends your computer's display to the LCD projector. press "Function" (Fn) plus "F4. When you are ready to project your image. 5. 4. Turn on the LCD projector. Code No. Use a VGA cable (usually a 15-pin male to male) to connect your computer to the LCD projector. If the LCD projector has more than one VGA connectors. It may take a couple of minutes to warm up. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 91 of 103 . Insert one end of the cable into the VGA connector (sometimes this connector is blue) at the back of your computer and do the same at the back of your LCD projector.3. Open the computer file or document you wish to display. Power on your laptop. Locate the VGA connector on the LCD projector.

try pressing the source button on your LCD projector. Be careful when disconnecting VGA cables from the back of the projector and laptop. If your image appears distorted (wider on one side than the other or small at the top. big at the bottom). Most have a focus knob to make the picture clearer. or correct it using the menu command and accessing keystone. Code No. turn off your LCD projector properly. Leave the machine plugged in until the cooling fan stops. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 92 of 103 .If the above step doesn‘t work. as the pins at the end of the cable are delicate. Select RGB source to activate the projector. and a dialog box pops up asking if you are sure you want to turn it off. and the machine powers down. Press the "off" button again. Once finished with your presentation. Know some other features of your LCD projector. adjust the keystone setting which helps to project a rectangular image. Press the "off" button once. You can fix keystone distortion manually by moving the LCD projector to position it near the center of the screen at which it is aiming.

Open computer file.2-1 CONNECTING PERSONAL COMPUTER AND LCD/DLP PROJECTOR Trainee‘s Name: ________________________________ Date: ___________________ During the performance of the activity did the trainee follow the step by step procedure? Procedure Place LCD/DLP projector on a stable flat surface. Unplug VGA cable carefully. 6. Comment: Trainer‘s Name and Signature: ____________________________________ DATE: ______________________ Code No. Yes No For satisfactory achievement. Adjust keystone setting to avoid keystone distortion. Power ON laptop. Use VGA cable to connect computer to LCD/DLP projector. Press computer combination keys to send display to projector. Adjust focus knob to make the picture clearer. all items should receive a YES response. Unplug power cable after used. Locate VGA port of the LCD/DLP projector. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 93 of 103 .PROCEDURAL CHECKLIST NO. Power ON LCD/DLP projector. Locate VGA port of the personal computer. Switch OFF both equipments after use.

3. Become very familiar with the projector BEFORE using it during your actual presentation. Read the LCD projector manual on its proper operation. In the ever growing world of technology. 2. explain the guidelines in giving presentations. Make sure your computer can be properly interfaced with the LCD projector. 4. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Code No. Practice setting the equipment up several times. 2. if possible. Check and make sure the bulb you will be using is not close to the end of its life. the popularity of computers to generate presentations is growing. Some bulbs have shorter lives than others. explain the guidelines in using LCD projectors. Bring a spare bulb and cables. LCD projector bulbs do have limited life. A professional looking presentation can be prepared ahead of time and displayed using this exciting technology. Not all LCD projectors work the same way and each has its own unique operating requirements. 5.3-2 LCD PROJECTOR PRESENTATION SKILLS Objectives: After going through this information sheet. 6. Set up well in advance. Allow yourself plenty of time to set up your computer and the LCD projector.Information Sheet NO. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 94 of 103 . Set up the LCD projector in the actual presentation environment you will be using. Today‘s laptop computers coupled with many of the common software packages offer flexibility to the presenter. Check any last minute details. Spend some time making sure you know how to properly set up the LCD projector with your computer and other computers. Check the LCD projector bulb life. Here are some guidelines when using LCD projectors: 1. you must be able to: 1.

try to make eye contact with each person in the audience. "Hot" glass looks like "Cold" glass. Eye contact Make eye contact with people in your audience in a friendly way. Also. be careful and bring a towel or glove to use when changing the bulb. As with any sophisticated piece of equipment. Remember to breathe slowly and deeply. make a conscious effort to stand tall. Move Code No. the more technology you bring to your presentation. Voice Speak slowly and clearly. Remember. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 95 of 103 . Check your presentation color combinations. Take some time to check out the actual presentation for the color combinations you will be using. take a deep breath and look as if you're going to enjoy being there. it is critical that you familiarize yourself with the proper set-up and operation of the equipment well.Always carry spare bulbs with you and make sure your know how to properly change the bulb. in a larger hall. make eye contact with different groups in the audience. Some colors and color combinations do not project well. Guidelines in giving presentations There are four things to remember during your presentation. Check the font size you are using. in advance of your actual presentation. Nothing is more frustrating to an audience than texts that cannot be easily seen or read. so everyone can hear. 7. If everything is well-planned. 6. People respond much better when they think you are talking to them. it can add a lot of excitement and life to your presentations. Make sure you are using the proper text size for the distance you will be projecting your slides. In a small room. Practice changing the bulb during one of your practice sessions. remember. Presence As you get up to give your presentation. the more care and time you need to include during your preparation stage. Speak loudly enough. properly checked out and properly rehearsed with this new equipment.

Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 96 of 103 . Keep your hands out of your pockets and away from your face. but avoid pacing up and down or fiddling with your hands. Code No. spectacles or pen.You are allowed to move as you give your presentation.

Here you can press check now to scan your hard disc for errors. If there is a problem with your hard drive. When it has finished scanning. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 97 of 103 . 9. Code No. 5. A box will appear with some choices. This is why everyone needs to follow a computer maintenance checklist that will hopefully cover all the maintenance jobs that you need to keep your computer running smoothly.INFORMATION SHEET NO. Here’s how to maintain your hard drive and check for bad sectors and errors: 1. I always check C: drive as it is my main drive. 7. Isn‘t it just great when you get your new computer in your training room and it is running like clockwork? However.3-3 MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY FOR A PERSONAL COMPUTER Objective: After going through this Information Sheet. It is the main component in your computer and stores all of your precious data and files. 6. Choose to let Windows fix errors automatically. It is always best to perform this check before using the disk defragmenter as the disk defragmenter will not work when there are file errors or hard disk errors. Then press start. a report will appear. Right click on the drive you want to check. Click on the Tools tab. 3. after a few weeks of use. 6. 4. Choose Properties from the drop down menu. you are in trouble. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Go to the Start Menu and choose My Computer. 2. 8. it can become slower due to the build-up of data unnecessarily stored on the computer. Check your hard disk for bad sectors and errors This is probably the most important job on the maintenance checklist because Scandisk checks your hard drive for errors. you must be able to identify the different maintenance procedures for a personal computer. then.

14. You should defrag your computer every 10-15 days. history. Here you can click on Defragmentation to defrag your hard disc. How to Defragment your computer: 9. If you are a person that likes the computer filling in your passwords you should. It also gathers fragmented files and groups them back together. Disk Cleanup: This will remove such files as temporary files. 10. This will take you to a menu like the screenshot below. Then press defragment now. To get there you can go to my computer>right click on the drive you want to clean>choose properties>then choose disk cleanup. the recycle bin. There are two main ways to delete files safely with the help of Windows. Choose Properties from the drop down menu. the opposite. Temporary internet files. and downloaded program files. 12. 13. Right click on the drive you want to check. leave the cookies and the passwords. you must regularly delete all of this junk.Defragment your computer The Windows Disk defragmenter organizes files and data into areas that help the computer run smoothly. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 98 of 103 . Remove unwanted and junk files Windows helps you get through your maintenance checklist by providing system tools that help you clean your computer and keep it running smoothly. To keep your computer running smoothly. It moves the frequently used files to an easy access area and the least used files. probably. form data. compressed old files. cookies. Go to the Start Menu and choose My Computer. You can choose to delete all at the bottom or you can delete them individually. Delete browsing history: You will be amazed at how many files you collect when you browse the internet. offline WebPages. Click on the Tools tab. To get there go to Control Panel and open Internet Options> On the General tab>next to the heading browsing history>click on the delete button. I always check C: drive as it is my main drive. and passwords. Code No. 11.

There are two options here. Some programs then take that email to the recycle bin. but it does happen. You are wasting your computer time and energy. Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 99 of 103 . It sounds crazy. however. Then you have to delete it from there. where it has to be deleted again. Register your programs: Either register your programs or tick the box that says never show this window again. If you leave this unfinished it will be another process that is running in the background. if you delete an email in Outlook express. Date: Developed Date: Revised Page #  Code No. slowing your computer down.Clean out your email This may be over done.  Keep up to date with Windows updates: Let Windows updates do its thing because it usually keeps your computer up to date with security breaches and bug fixes. There is nothing worse than having a nagging message come up saying that your trial period is over. Keep your programs under control  Remove any program that you do not use or have a trial period that has expired. it then goes to the deleted folder. delete the program or buy the full version.

a re-writeable DVD disc. The less your computer has on it. your files will be safe. they both have an inbuilt backup feature. Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 100 of 103 . This way you know where everything is and you can copy it easily. Keeping your computer neat and tidy helps you with the backup process. Being organized helps you keep track of files and folders. If you instantly backup you files with another device. it could also be a USB flash drive. it can be very important. or even another computer altogether. you will have less maintenance to do on your computer. Windows Vista and Windows Seven still have files that you need to backup. This way you will know if you need a particular file on your computer or not? You can backup or delete un-wanted files and just store the ones you really need. this is where you will find the Documents folder. The path to this folder is C:\users\mitz. the better it will run. For example in Windows Vista and Seven you have a username where all your files are stored under. and so on. the pictures. You should not be having three different photo editing programs or 2 different video editing programs. Don’t install too many programs: You only need one program to perform a certain task. however. however. Have an external drive for instant backup It doesn‘t just have to be an external hard drive. for example. If you are backing up manually then the files are just stored in different areas. Keep your computer organized You are probably wondering why this is on a computer maintenance checklist. music. You will not be clogging your computer up with files and data and if your computer crashes. Date: Developed Date: Revised Code No. a spare hard drive installed in your computer.

Date: Developed Date: Revised Code No. It is a very common cause of hardware failure. Suspicious emails: If you are not sure who has sent an email and it has an attachment. This software can. also. it is best to make sure it comes from a reputable software manufacturer. however.Guard your computer from viruses  Anti virus software: Always have good antivirus software installed. Bad websites: Websites that offer things that are too good to be true or have XXXX content usually can give you a virus or a tracking cookie. Power supplies often blow up from being clogged with dust and processors usually overheat and die. Do your research and you will save your computer some stress. They automatically fix registry problems and prevent your computer from crashing or freezing due to hidden errors.    Check and clean your registry from errors You will probably have to buy a program for this. do not open it.  Limit Downloading: Downloading from unknown sources is dangerous because it is highly likely that you will end up with a virus. The free ones do work occasionally. If it really is important. The best way is to stay away from these sites. the instant you visit this site. you are better off paying for an antivirus that has backup support and regular updates. prevention is better than cure. If you are downloading a program. therefore. People have tampered and altered this software to make it work illegally and who knows what they have added to it. you want to clean inside your computer to remove dust and dirt from the components in. delete it. Illegal software: If you don‘t have the real deal software you are putting your computer at risk. One of the top programs that are Vista certified is Errorsmart or RegistrySmart. the person will resend it to you. Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 101 of 103 . very easily do weird things to your computer. Clean inside your computer case You are probably thinking ‗why do I have to do that?‘ Well.

JOB SHEET NO. present an information lesson using LCD/DLP projector in 15 minutes following the guidelines in using LCD/DLP projector and guidelines in giving presentations. Date: Developed Date: Revised Code No. Present an information lesson using the LCD/DLP projector Evaluation: The trainer‘s observation must be based on the following criteria: 1. 2.3-1 FACILITATING TRAINING USING PERSONAL COMPUTER AND LCD/DLP PROJECTOR Objectives: Given the necessary equipment as teaching aid. setup LCD/DLP projector and personal computer. LCD/DLP projector 2. Set-up LCD/DLP projector and personal computer 2. Guidelines in using LCD/DLP projector were followed. Personal computer (Laptop) Procedure: 1. 3. All safety precautions in operating LCD/DLP projector were followed. 2. you must be able to: 1. Guidelines in giving presentations were followed. Equipment: 1. Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 102 of 103 . 4. All steps in connecting LCD/DLP projector were completed in the correct sequence. 6.

all items should receive a YES response.PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST NO. Page # Utilizing Electronic Media in Facilitating Training July 2010 103 of 103 . 6.eye contact with trainees Modulated voice Yes No N/A For satisfactory achievement.3-1 UTILIZING COMPUTER AND MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY TO PRESENT A LESSON Trainee‘s Name: ________________________________ Date: ___________________ During the performance of the activity did the trainee perform according to the required criteria? Criteria Located VGA ports of LCD/DLP projector Located VGA port of the personal computer Switched ON the LCD/DLP projector and personal computer Opened files for presentation Displayed the presentation from LCD/DLP projector Adjusted focus of LCD projector Adjusted keystone effect Checked color combination of presentation Checked font size of the presentation Maintained presence during the presentation Mastered the content of the presentation Maintained eye. Comment: Trainer‘s Name and Signature: ____________________________________ Date: ______________________ Date: Developed Date: Revised Code No.to.