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Educational Technology

Lesson 4

Teaching with Dramatized Experiences;

Demonstrations in Teaching;

Making the Most of Community Resources.
Teaching with Dramatized Experiences
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Dramatic experiences come next to contrived
experiences in the cone of experience.
Do these dramatic experiences require us to be
dramatic in our entrance and in our lesson
presentations?
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Dramatic is something that is stirring, affecting
or moving.
Dramatic Entrance is something that catches
and holds attention, and has emotional impacts.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Dramatized Experiences can range from:
Formal Plays
Pageants
Tableau
Pantomime
Puppets
Role-playing
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Plays depict life, character, culture, or a
combination of the three.
They offer excellent opportunities to portray
vividly important ideas about life.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Pageants are usually community dramas that
are based on local history.
An example is a historical pageant that traces
the growth of a school.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Pantomime is an art of conveying a story
through bodily movements.
The effects of pantomime to the audience
depends on the movements of the actors.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Tableau is a picture-like scene composed of
people against a background.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Puppets - A puppet is an inanimate object or
representational figure animated or manipulated
by an entertainer, who is called a puppeteer.
Puppets can present ideas with extreme
simplicity.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Types of Puppets
Shadow puppets flat, black silhouette
made from lightweight cardboard shown
behind a screen.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Types of Puppets
Rod puppets flat, cut-out figures tacked to
a stick with one or more movable parts, and
are operated below the stage through wires
or rods.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Types of Puppets
Glove-and-finger puppets make use of
gloves which small costumed figures are
attached.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Types of Puppets
Marionettes flexible, jointed puppets
operated by strings or wires attached to a
cross bar and maneuvered from directly
above the stage.
Teaching with Dramatized
Experiences
Role-Playing is an unrehearsed, unprepared
and spontaneous dramatization of a situation
where assigned participants are absorbed by
their own roles.
Demonstrations in Teaching
Demonstrations in Teaching
Demonstration is a public showing and
emphasizing of the salient merits, utility,
efficiency, etc. of an article or product.
Demonstrations in Teaching
Components of a Demonstration
Audience
Speaker
Method, Product, Proof
Demonstrations in Teaching
Using demonstration in classroom:
Establish rapport.
Avoid COIK fallacy (Clear Only If Known)
Watch for key points
Demonstrations in Teaching
Point to Remember
A good demonstration is an audio-visual
demonstration.
Before demonstration: set objectives, prepare
materials, plan the steps, and rehearse.
During demonstration: sustain the interest of
the audience, keep it simple, check for
understanding, have a summary, and provide
hand-outs (if possible).
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Field Trip - A field trip or excursion, is a journey
by a group of people to a place away from their
normal environment.
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Field Trips must be planned precisely.
Preliminary planning (teacher)
Secondary planning (teacher and other
people)
Taking the field trip
Post-field trip follow-up.
Making the Most of Community
Resources
During planning:
Plan the entire lesson (of the field trip).
Arrange with school heads the details of the
trip.
Plan then contact the places to visit.
Provide a route plan.
Discuss objectives, procedure, and other
things concerning the lesson with the
students.
Communicate with the parents.
Discuss safety measures, and safety
guidelines.
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Advantages
Opportunities for rich and memorable
experiences which are fundamental to
learning.
Brings learners to the world beyond the
classroom.
Have wide range of applications.
Brings plenty of realizations.
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Disadvantages
It is costly.
It involves logistics.
It is extravagant with time.
Has elements of uncertainty.
Making the Most of Community
Resources
Other Community Resources
Community Resource Speaker
Public and Private Libraries
Botanical Gardens
Historical Places
Scenic Spots
Summary
Summary
When applying other bands of the cone of
experience:
Satisfy the needs of the students.
Satisfy the lesson objectives.
Know the pros and cons of the instructional
material or educational technology to be used.
Prepare the material/technology ahead of time.
Follow other guidelines.
DAGHANG SALAMAT!
Thank you!