Presentation on theme: "What is 2-D? 2 dimensional (2D) instructional materials consist only of legnth and width. They are paper based, opoque materials that are commonly found."— Presentation transcript:
42-D Instructional materials Boards Chalk Boards-this are the most common instructional media found in the classrooms, rural and urban alike.-chalk boardsd are once called blackboards comes in a variety of colors.
52-D Instructional materials Boards White boards and magnetic boardsAlso called as multipurpose boardsAre those with glossy surface, commonly white in color.This kind of board have been used not only in classrooms but also in computer rooms.
62-D Instructional materials Boards Cloth boards(felt, flannel, and carpet)-This is a piece of plywood or heavy cardboard covered with either felt, flannel or carpet.-This board are portable, simple to use and best use for drills, positioning exercise, etc.
72-D Instructional materials Boards Hook- and loop boards(velcro boards)-it is made of plywood or heavy cardboard is covered with nylon loop material and nylon hook-these board are used in a similar fashion with cloth boards.
82-D Instructional materials Boards Peg boards- Are made of tempered masonite with 1/8- inch holes drilled 1 inch apart. This boards are used in displaying three- dimensional objects or heavy materials w/ the used of hooks.
92-D Instructional materials Boards Bulletin board-These boards are usually designed as an instructional device that can carry a message without the presence of a teacher.
112-D Instructional materials Graphics Drawing and SketchThey may not be the real thing but they may represent persons, place, things, and concepts.If there is a need to illustrate something on the board sketch and drawing is an important skill.
122-D Instructional materials Grphics CartoonsCan be used as a spring board for a lesson, for a follow-up activity, or for evaluation purposes
132-D Instructional materials Graphics Strip Drawings- It is a form of cartooning in which a cast of characters enacts a story in a sequence of closely related drawings.
142-D Instructional materials Graphics Posters- Are combination of lines, images, colors and words. They are intended to catch attention and communicate a message quickly.
152-D Instructional materials Graphics ChartsGraphic representation of abstract relationship such as chronologies, quantities, and hierchies.
16Types of Charts a.Organizational chart - Shows organization’s structure or chain of command.
17Types of Charts b.Classification charts - They are similar to organizational chart but it’s purpose is to show the classification or organization of object, events or species.
18Types of Charts c.Time line -shows sequence in different events or the relationship of people and events.
19Types of Charts d.Tabular charts or Table - They contain numerical information or data in a table or columns
20Types of Charts e.Flowcharts or Process Charts - Shows a process, sequence, or procedure
21Types of Charts f.Tree or stream charts -shows changes of growth or development and illustrates our ancestors.
22Types of Charts g.Gannt Charts - Is an activity time chart that illustrates the start an finish dates of a certain activity or project.
232-D Instructional materials Graphics GraphsShows quantitative data.Makes analysis and interpretation of numerical information easier.
24Types of Graphs a.Bar Graphs The simplest and easiest to read. Represented in horizontal or vertical bars.
25Types of Graphs b.Pie Graph or Circle Graph These graphs always presents whole amounts and it’s parts are circulated in percentage or in fractional parts.
26Types of Graphs c.Area or solid graphs - They are used to compare several related totals thru the use of geometric shapes.
27Types of Graphs d.Pictorial Graphs Utilize related pictures or drawings to show numerical data.It is an adaptation of the bar graph.
282-D Industrial materials Graphics Diagram-intended to show relationships or to help explain a process, how something works or how something is constructed.
29Types of Diagram a.Cluster or Cloud Diagram - Is used in a nonlinear activity wherein ideas, images, and feelings are generated around stimulus word.
30Types of Diagram b.Chain of events - It illustrates the stages of an event, the actions of a character or the steps in a procedure.
31Types of Diagram c.Fishbone Mapping - Is used to show causal interaction of a complex event like (nuclear explosion) or a complex phenomenon.
32Types of Diagram d.Cycle - Illustrates how series of events interact to produce a set of results such as the life cycle.
33Types of Diagram e.Compare/Contrast - A diagram that is used to show similarities and differences
34Types of Diagram f. Venn Diagram - Is used to show relationships between sets, similarities and difference between characters, storiees or poem.
352-D Instructional materials Graphics Maps(flat maps)-representation of the earth’s surface or part of it.ff. types of map:a.Political mapb.Physical mapc.Commercial or economic maps
362-D Instructional materials Graphics Flip Charts- A small white board, this stationary item is supported by four-legged easel or tripod and several sheet of paper are hinged at the upper edge of the chart.