1. FS 3
Technology in the Learning
SEE AND SAY (Utilization of Teaching Aids)
Name of FS Student: Sarah Jane B. Cabilino
Course Bachelor of Elementary Education Year Third
Resource Teacher 1: Mrs. Elenita V. Dizon Signature: Date: 03-01-13
Cooperating School: Tanauan North Central School
At the end of this activity, you will gain competence in determining the
appropriateness of teaching aids to learning tasks.
My Performance (How I will Be Rated)
Field Study 3 Episode 3- See and Say (Utilization of Teaching Aids)
Focused on: The appropriateness of teaching aids to learning tasks.
Exemplary Superior Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
4 3 2 1
All tasks were done All or nearly all Nearly all tasks Fewer than
with outstanding tasks were done were done with half of tasks
quality; work with high quality acceptable quality were done; or
Observation/ exceeds most
Documentation expectations. objectives met
4 3 2 but with poor
Analysis question Analysis questions Analysis questions Analysis
were answered were answered were not answered questions were
completely; in depth completely completely. not answered.
grounded on Clear connection Vaguely related to Grammar and
My Analysis theories with theories the theories spelling
Exemplary grammar Unsatisfactory
and spelling Grammar and Grammar and
spelling are spelling
4 3 2 1
2. Reflection Reflection Reflection Reflection
statements are statements are statements are statements are
profound and clear, clear, but not Shallow; supported unclear and
supported by clearly supported by experiences shallow and
experiences from the by experiences from the episode. are not
episode. from the episode. supported by
4 3 2 1
Portfolio is complete, Portfolio is Portfolio is Portfolio has
clear well-organized complete, clear incomplete; many lacking
and all supporting well-organized supporting components; is
documentation are and most documentation is unorganized
located in sections supporting organized but is and unclear.
clearly designated documentation lacking.
and/or in logical
4 3 2 1
Before deadline On the deadline A day after the Two days or
deadline more after the
4 3 2 1
Over-all Score (Based on Transmutation)
Mr. RICHARD M. BAÑEZ March 01, 2013
Signature of the FS Teacher Date
Above Printed Name
Transmutation of Score to Grade or Rating
Score Grade Score Grade
20 1.00 (99) 12 – 13 2.50 (81)
18 - 19 1.25 (96) 11 2.75 (78)
17 1.50 (93) 10 3.00 (75)
16 1.75 (90) 8–9 4.00 (72)
15 2.00 (87) 7 5.00 (71 and below)
14 2.25 (84)
3. MY ANALYSIS
UTILIZATION OF TEACHING AIDS FORM
Grade or Year of Class Observed: Grade V- A
Date of Observation: February 15-17, 2013
Subject Matter: “Water Cycle”
Science and Health V
Brief Description of Teaching Approach Used by the Teacher:
Mrs. Dizon taught the lesson in a constructivist way because she lets the students to actively
involve into the discussion. She used both traditional and electronic instructional materials through
believing that it is the best medium in acquiring learning. She utilized learning by doing and
dynamic presentation of lesson. Though the preparation of the materials is just a day before the
presentation of lesson, the outcome of the strategies used is still excellent and awesome.
Teaching Aids used Strengths Weaknesses Appropriateness of the
Teaching Aids used
Chalk and board easy to access and not much arouse the It still important aid
already provided at interest of the students because there are
the classroom maybe because that’s part of the discussion
the usual materials that students need to
used write their own ideas
at board and that is
the most inexpensive
materials that can be
used in teaching.
Pictures of water cope attention of the the size of the picture The illustration of water
cycle students by arousing is not that suitable for cycle really played
their curiosity big classes great role in teaching
the topic. The picture
guides the students’
imagination on how
the cycle goes.
Video clips about stimulate the interest too expensive and not It is relying suitable in
the process of of the students that accessible the discussion
water cycle because as the
students saw the
video, they will be
4. able to familiarize
themselves on how the
process goes. Much of
the retention is being
attained by the
students rather than
just hearing the
concept from the
Nursery music makes the class could lessen the focus Nursery music sustains
about the activities lively and to the topic and just the interest and
processes in water enthusiasm being enjoyed eagerness of the
cycle listening to the song students to learn more
about the topic. It
should always be
connected with the
Cut paper puzzle let the students think time consuming It provides the
of pictures of logically and critically application of the
water cycle lesson as on how they
complete the puzzle.
Visual aids serves as printed sometimes makes the It provides the student
message of the lesson student felt bored and printed important
seldom especially information needed by
when they are not them to perceive.
attractive with the
5. My Analysis
1. What do you think prompted the teacher to choose the materials/learning resources that
I think the teacher encouraged to use both traditional and modern technology
instructional materials was that she generalized its nature and importance of both materials.
Traditional instructional materials, which are the chalk-and-board method and the visual
aid, were used to give the information needed by the students. It still plays an important role
in teaching and learning process because it is the common and most available materials
that can be found in every classroom. On the other hand, she utilized modern technology
instructional materials because she expected that it sustain the children’s interest and
motivates them to learn. Aside from that, integrating technology in the discussion made the
class interactive, lively and enthusiasm.
2. What difficulties, if any, did the teacher experience? How can this be managed?
She experienced hardship in operating the dvd player to play video clips about
water cycle which was her motivation. And to accomplish everything, she searched for
help from her intern-student. Overall, everything was fixed and the outcome of the
presentation was a job-well done. During presentation of values integration of the lesson,
she provided jumbled word which will come up with the values, “We are thirsty, I give you
water because you care and love me”. And she found difficulty in providing complete
words and to sustain what is missing, she wrote it down immediately on a piece of paper
then instructed students to complete the values being assimilated.
3. Over – all, were the learning resources/materials used effectively? Why? Why not?
As the discussion was done, I concluded and generalized that both learning
instructional materials, the traditional and modern one, were used effectively because it
both sustained and supplied the necessary information and experiences needed by the
students to understand how the cycle goes. In addition to that, the discussion let the
students learn-by-seeing and be an active learners rather than being passive. In the
assessment of their learning, it is proven that their proficiency in that lesson was very high.
6. My Reflection
1. Put yourself in the place of the teacher. What would you do similarly and what would you
do differently if you teach the same lesson to the same group of students? Why?
How Mrs. Dizon presented the lesson was already been excellent for me. In my future
teaching, I will also integrate technology in my discussion. With the same topic to be teach,
I will do similar to her way of presenting a movie clips to motivate the students interest in the
new topic. Furthermore, it will give students an idea on the new topic presented by the
teacher. There will be similarity on us in providing lots and varied of group activities which
still considered the students; differences and multiple intelligences. Like her, values
integration will also be highlighted in my future teaching in such a way that students will not
just understand the topic but will also appreciate the essence and importance of the topic
in their lives.
During the assessment, the proficiency level of the students was hundred percent.
Maybe, there will be minimal difference in my examination for evaluation. Instead of
focusing on their knowledge skills, it will be better to, if possible to used the comprehension
and analysis in the given examination. This may probably determine their deeper
understanding about the topic itself.
In general, the instructional materials, the group activities provided and her way of
delivering the lesson really engaged students to actively participate in the discussion.
7. My Portfolio
Include here pictures/illustration of the materials used by the teacher. Put your
comments/annotations about what you observed.
Television and dvd player was used to Illustration of water cycle was being used
present movie clips which is related to by the teacher to show the students how
their topics. It served as a useful aid in the cycle goes. It helps a lot for the
arousing the interest of the students and students to understand the lesson,
stepping stone to open new lessons in to though, the illustration is not that
the discussion. applicable for big classes.
Most probably, she used the common and most
accessible materials which are the chalk and
board. Important information was being
broadened using this material.
8. She used MP3 music which made the
selection of group mates be lively
and enthusiasm. It sustained
students’ interest and besides, it still
The visual aid used was with proper connected with the topic itself.
visible for the class and appropriate
color of the materials were used. The
sequence of the cycle was being
presented through this material.