Systemic way of using instructional media.

6 Systemic ways of using instructional media for homeschool teachers.

Systemic way of using instructional media for homeschool teachers.

Systemic way of using instructional media.

 

Let’s talk about how we as teachers supposed to use instructional media when teaching our pupils.

There are certain steps (which we are going to discuss in a minute) which a teacher needs to follow for effective use of these instructional media. But before we list and discuss these instructional media, let’s look at the meaning of instructional media.

Instructional media: instructional media is an instructional material that a teacher uses in teaching his or her students or pupils in explaining the concept, topic, ideas, or message for easy understanding.

These media can be audio media, visual media, or audiovisual media.

Audio media

Audio media is a media in which students or pupils can only hear the sound that is it appeals to the sense of hearing only.

This audio media helps the students or pupils to learn while listening to audio. These media are very useful when teaching Exceptional students (blind) or pupils as well.

Examples of audio media are tape, radio broadcasts, compact discs, tape recorders, mobile phones, computers.

Visual media

Visual media is another instructional media which students or pupils learn by seeing but can’t hear the sound, and it appeals to the sense of seeing.

This visual media helps the students or pupils to learn while seeing the pictures. These media are very useful when teaching Exceptional students (deaf) or pupils as well.

Examples are Flashcards, posters, charts, maps

Audio-visual

Audio-visual media is a media that is useful in the teaching and learning process. It helps learners to learn by seeing and listen. These media appeals to the sense of seeing and hearing.

Pupils quickly remember what they learned from audiovisual. Examples include television, slides, video clips, motion video, etc.

If we observed our children when they watched cartoons, they hardly forget.

Now, since we know the meaning of instructional media, let’s look at the Systemic way of using these instructional media.

Systemic way of using instructional media is as follows

1. Analyze learners characteristics

This is the first step for using instructional media. Know your child’s present level of knowledge so that you can decide to start where he/she is, to where you as a teacher want him) her to be.

2. Stated aim:

Before the selection of Educational media, you as a teacher need to consider the stated objectives of the lesson so that the media will serve its purpose. Remember, you are to use instructional media in the lesson for easy understanding.

3. Select, modify or design media.

This is the third step in the systematic use of Media after identification of learners characteristics, identification of stated objectives of the lesson. The next thing to do is to select the media, in case if the materials are unavailable, the teacher can modify the materials they have, for example, a teacher can use an old calendar to teach counting numbers from 1-30.

When it becomes necessary for a teacher to design new materials with no other option, at this point a teacher should use his ability and creativity to design new materials. But she or she should make sure the materials he is to design should not be expensive. The teacher also has to consider the stated objectives, characteristics of the learner, technical expertise to design and produce the materials, time, and facilities required to produce materials.

4. Utilizes the materials.

This is a fourth way of using instructional media for Homeschool teachers. The teacher is expected to plan how to use these instructional media because instructional media cannot be used blindly, the Homeschool teachers need to prepare fully so they don’t fumble during the presentation of the lesson.

The following are the utilization procedure, which a teacher needs to follow.

a) The Homeschool teacher needs to go through the materials to make sure the materials meet the needs.
b) The teacher needs to practice the materials before a real presentation, this will help the teacher to know where to highlight during the lesson.
c) The Homeschool teacher needs to prepare the environment where he or she will use the materials eg lesson room.
d) The Homeschool teacher needs to introduce the materials to the learners and tell them what they are expected to learn during the lesson.
e) The Homeschool teacher needs to capture the attention of the learners during the lesson.

5. Requires learners response

This is most important in the teaching and learning process. The learners are required to participate in the lesson example by answering questions or taking notes.

6. Evaluation

It is necessary for Homeschool teachers to evaluate the lesson to see if the use of media lesson method is effective.


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List of words related to body.

WORDS RELATED TO BODY

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palm
dna
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heart
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uvula
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tibia
nerve
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sound of animals

sound of animals lesson plan

 

Sound of an animals lesson plan

sound of animals

 

SUBJECT English
TOPIC Sound of animals
AVERAGE AGE 8-9 Years
CLASS Grade 1
NO. OF CHILDREN 15
SEX MIXED
DURATION 45 Minutes
TIME  8:45-9:30
DATE 17/2/2021
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Chart and video clip showed sound of animals

 

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE The students have already been taught Domestic Animals
OBJECTIVES

 

 

 

At the end of the lesson, the students would be able to know the Sound of Animals.
INTRODUCTION The teacher asks the students question, Mention 5 domestic Animals.
PRESENTATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The teacher explains the what sound of animals means, then the teacher play the video clip for the students to hear the sound.
SUMMERY

 

The teacher summarizes the lesson by re-explaining the key points of the topic.

 

 

 

EVALUATION

 

 The teacher evaluates the lesson by asking the students to make the sound of the following animals.

  1. cat
  2. dog
  3. horse
  4. elephant.

 

 

 

CONCLUSION

 

 

The teacher concludes by giving the students Homework.

Write the sound of the following animals

  1. fish
  2. dolphin
  3. cow
  4. lion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get the list of sounds of animals HERE

sound of animals

List of animals and their sounds for kids

Sounds of animals

Today, in this post, we are going to write about the sounds of animals. Sounds of animals for kids.

The benefits of teaching the sound of animals to children are:

1. It helps kids to know the unfamiliar sounds of animals
2. It helps kids to identify different animals
3. It helps kids to differentiate between animals at home and at school.
4. It helps kids to be familiar with the surrounding animals.

Get Sound of an animals lesson plan HERE

sound of animals

Now let’s list the animals and their sounds.

1. Cat. Meow
2. Cow Moo
3. Frog. Croak.
4. Bear. Growl.
5. Elephant Trumpet
6. Donkey. Haw.
7. Dog. Woof.
8. Mouse. Squeak.

9. Lion. Roar.
10. Fish. Splosh.
11. Sheep. Baaaah.
12. Pig. Oink.
13. Bee. Buzz.
14. Tiger.
15. Rabbit. Herr.
16. Bat. Screech.
17. Camel. Grunt.
18. Bull. Bellow.
19. Donkey. Bray.
20. Lamb. Bleat.
21. Chicken. Cluck.
22. Cock. Crow.
23. Cricket. Chirp.
24. Crow. Caw.
25. Dolphin. Click.
26. Dove. Coo.
27. Goat. Bleat.
28. Duck. Quack.
29. Fox. Yelp.
30. Goose. Cackle.
31. Hippopotamus. Growl.
32. Horse. Whinny.
33. Bird. Whistle.
34. Kangaroo. Chortle.
35. Monkey. Chatter.
36. Mosquito. Whine.
37. Wolf. Howl.
38. Owl. Hoot.

 

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Verb words

Verb words

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food thesaurus

Food Related Words

food-relatedfood thesaurus words

 

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mayonnaise

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cashews
peaches
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mince
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snails
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cranberries
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char
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biscuits
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pickled
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collards
canola
chips
papaya
pies
milkshakes
frybread
cake
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artichokes
toast
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lard
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pepperoni
greens
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yams
roasted
pulses
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fennel
oiled

boiled
sandwich
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saveloy
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leeks
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cannelloni
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rolls
cheeseburger
brownies
strawberries
frankfurter
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pizza
dough
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cookies
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granola
treacle
abalone
avocados
radish
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salt
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oats
salsa
samphire
buttermilkmarmite
mash
cannelloni
celeriac
relish
rosemary

artichokes
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beets
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peaches
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goujon
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tomatoes
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char
flatbread
cookies
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jelly
cherries
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mayonnaise
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eggs
bagels
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canola
samphire
shallots
pepper
rissoles
chowder
horseradish
steak
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pistachio
tortilla
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rapeseed
broth
pastry
tomatoes
burger
apricots
toast
escargot
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catfish
sardines
tacos
curd
grits
greens
strawberries
butternut
nutmeg
treaclecatfish
rice
watercress
cheese
canola
peaches
sausages
pumpkins
seaweed
frittata

 

adjective list

The Adjective words for students and teachers

Plant physiology 2 Plant physiology 1The adjective word for students and teachers

 

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fussy
amiable
genuine
bitesized
measly
gamy
ablaze
dear
harsh
swanky
aboard
near
wholesale
queasy
putrid
sulky
impeccable
breakable