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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALSInstructional Materials..Educational resources used to improve students knowledge, abilities, and skills, to monitor their assimilation of information, and to contribute to their overall development and upbringing.Values and Importance of Instructional Materials..Increases the effectiveness of the teacherClarity of subject matterStimulate interest, motivate the learner to learnTools of the teacherTo give all the students in a class the opportunity to share experiences necessary for new learningTo help make learning more permanentCriteria for Selection of Instructional Materials..Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials..Selecting the materials:SIZEIs the material (text or picture) big enough to be seen by the farthest pupil?Is relativity of size of pictures observed when it is viewed with other materials or pictures?COLORIs the material colorful?Does the color facilitate understanding?Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials..DURABILITYCan the material stand for several uses?Can it be used over and over again?ECONOMYIs the material worth its cost?Or can a cheaper material in terms of time spent in preparing it and in terms of the cash value be used?Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials..EASY TO HANDLEIs the material light and easy to manipulate?Is it easy to put up and then store for future use?RELEVANCEIs the material up to date?Is it related to the lesson in particular and to the specific needs, problems, and experiences of the target clientele?Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials..NOVELTYDoes the material possess an element of newness?Can it arouse the curiosity and a sense of discovery in the learners?Basic Guidelines in the Use of Instructional Materials..Kinds of Instructional Materials..Printed Materialsa. Textbooksb. Supplemental materials1. Workbooks2. Duplicated Outlines3. Teacher-prepared study guides4. Reference Books5. Pamphlets6. Magazine Articles7. Newspapers

Audio Aids1. Radio

2. Phonograph

3. Tape RecordersKinds of Instructional Materials..Visual Aids A. Chalkboard B. Still Pictures1. Non-projecteda. photographsb. illustrations2. Projecteda. Slidesb. Filmstripsc. Opaque projectionsd. Overhead Projectionse. LCD projectionsC. Graphic Materials1. Charts 2. Graphs3. Maps and Globes 4. PostersD. Exhibits 1. School-made displays 2. Bulletin boards 3. Museums E. Flannel board and Felt board. F. Objects 1. Specimens 2. Realias 3. ModelsKinds of Instructional Materials.. IV. Audiovisual Aids1. Motion pictures2. Television3. VideotapeV. DemonstrationsVI. Community Resources1. Field trips2. Resource PersonVII. Language laboratoryVIII. Programmed InstructionRosalie pestijomildred molinamarlyn tuldacmarc vien kaye triaEND