Martes, Agosto 12, 2014

Uri ng mga Pangungusap Reviewer

Answer Key: 1. Pautos/Pakiusap, 2. Pananong, 3. Padamdam, 4. Pasalaysay, 5. Pautos/Pakiusap, 6. Pananong 7. Pasalaysay

Ang reviewer na ito ay para sa Grade 3 Mother Tongue Based Learning. Ang apat na uri ng mga pangungusap ay:

  1. Pasalaysay - nagtatapos sa tuldok (.) at nagsasaad ng isang kaalaman tungkol sa isang bagay, lugar o pangyayari.
  2. Padamdam - nagtatapos sa tandang padamdam (!) at nagsasaad ng matinding damdamin.
  3. Pananong - nagtatapos sa tandang pananong (?) at humihingi ng kasagutan.
  4. Pautos/Pakiusap - nagtatapos sa tuldok (.) at nagsasaad ng gawain.

Biyernes, Agosto 8, 2014

Bugtong Reviewer Grade 3

Answer key: Ahas, Aso, Saranggola, Sibuyas


Ang mga bugtong ay maikling tulang nagtataglay ng katuwaan, hiwaga at katalinuhan ng may akda. Nakalilibang na pagisipan at hulaan ang nakatagong kahuluhan sa mga bugtong, o riddles sa Ingles.

Ang reviewer na ito ay ginawa para sa Grade 3.

Huwebes, Agosto 7, 2014

How to remember what you learn, Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience

The TV game show Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader is fun and embarrassing at the same time. What I get out of watching this show is the understanding that we don't need much of what we learn from elementary to high school. I am not anti-schooling or formal education. People may be successful with or without formal education, however, going the non-diploma way is more difficult and less traveled.

What will it take to achieve learning for all? Source: World Bank



Why we forget what we learn

Reading Edgar Dale's 1946 book titled Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching taught me these lessons on why we retain so less of what we learn in the classroom:
  1. We forget when what we are to learn does not seem important to us
  2. We forget when we do not see clearly what it is that we are supposed to be learning or we are not properly shown how to use this new item
  3. We forget when we do not make use of what we have been asked to learn in our daily living
An illustration are my kids. Filipino is their primary language before attending school. Since what they watch and read are in English, and English is the language they speak at school, Filipino took a back seat. They reply in English even when I talk with them in Filipino.

How to achieve effective learning

Dale suggests that children see, hear, touch, taste, plan, make, do and try. Experiencing is a great method of learning. Rich experiences

Ebola Virus Primer: INFOGRAPH

Source: ABS-CBN

Ano ang Habagat? AN INFOGRAPH

I commend the Gov.ph design and communications team for coming up with informative and timely infographs like this.
From Gov.ph

Lunes, Agosto 4, 2014

Grade 1 Reviewer Elements of the Computer Free Printables

Elements of the Computer

Parts of the Computer Free Printable

A computer has three important parts. They work together to do what you need. They are:

  1. Hardware
  2. Software
  3. Peopleware
Desktop computer

Hardware
Parts of the computer that you can touch. They are:
  • Keyboard
  • Monitor
  • System Unit
  • Mouse
Software


Photo credits:
Keyboard by David Jones
Afternoon desk by Stephanie Vacher
My new keyboard in aluminum by Jimmy Flink
Tv by Rantes
Mouse by Masashi Tanaka