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WRITTEN REPORT

IN
EDTC21
Teaching with Visual
Symbol

Submitted by:
Aguirre, Aries J.
Bernal, Chlarisse Anne M.
Cruz, Lorraine Rose A.
Melgar, Isabelina
Samala, Joverlyn A.
EE-2A

Submitted to:
Mrs. Estrellita P. Cruz



I. Learning Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:
a. Determine and identify the
b. Learn the importance of
c. Use it as strategies in teaching learning process.

II. Learning Content:
a. Topic:
b. Reference: book
c. Materials: visual panel
d. Values Integration: To learn the importance of

III. Learning Procedure:
a. Motivation
Mrs. Cruz organized a game before the reporting start.

b. Discussion
Drawing may not be the real thing but better to have a
concrete visual aid than nothing.
Cartoon- a first rate cartoon tells its story metaphorically.
Sources of Cartoon:
They appear often in the newspaper and
magazines.
You can give individual study or project it by an
opaque.
Depending on the themes of the week or of the
month, you can display these cartoons on the
bulletin board.
Sketching Cartoon:
Start with simple shapes and add details. Not
changes in expression.
Side view starts with same basic shapes.
Most cartoon figures are about four head tail.
Keep them simple.
Where to use cartoon in instruction?
You can also use this as a springboard for a
lesson or a concluding activity. It depends on
your purpose.


Strip Drawings- Also called as comics or comic strip.
- Dale (1969) the more accurate term is
strip drawings.
- Make use of strips that are educational
and entertaining at the same time.
Where to used Strip Drawing in instruction
- Motivation and starter of your lesson.
- Can be a given activity for students to
express insights gained at the
conclusion of a lesson.
Source of Strip Drawing
- Newspaper
- Magazines
- Books
Diagrams
- Dale (1969) Any line drawing that
shows arrangement and relations as of
parts to the whole, relative values,
origins and development, chronological
fluctuations, distribution, etc.
Types of Diagram
Affinity Diagram- used to cluster complex apparently
unrelated data into natural and meaningful groups.
Tree Diagram- used to chart out, in increasing detail,
the various task that must be accomplished to
complete a project or achieve specific objective


Fishbone Diagram - also called cause and effect diagram.
- It is structured form of brainstorming that
graphically shows the relationship of
possible causes and sub causes directly
related to an identified effect/ problem.
- It most commonly used in to analyze
work related problems.
Charts - a chart is a diagrammatic representation of relationship
among individuals within an organization.
Types of Charts:
1. Time Chart- is a tabular time chart that presents
data in ordinal sequence.
2. Tree or stream Chart- depicts development,
growth and change by beginning with a single
course (the trunk) which spreads out into many
branches; or by beginning with the many
tributaries which then converge into a single
channel.
3. Flow Chart- is a visual way of charting or showing
a process from the beginning to end. It is a means
of analyzing a process.
4. Organizational Chart - shows how one part of the
organization relates to other parts of the
organization.
5. Comparison and Contrast Chart used to show
similarities between two things.
6. Pareto Chart is a type of bar chart, prioritized in
descending order of magnitude or importance from
left to right. It shows at a glance which factors are
occurring most.
7. Run Chart or Trend Chart is an activity time
chart.
RBEC Competency find out which of these charts are
appropriate for any lesson in the RBEC or for any teaching
related task.

Graphs
Types of Graphs:
Circle or Pie Graph
Bar Graph
Pictorial Graph
Line Graph
Bar Graph- used in comparing the magnitude of similar
items at different ties on seeing relative sizes of the
parts of a whole.
Pictorial Graph- make used of symbols.




Map- representation of surface of the earth of some part of it.
Kinds of Map:
1. Physical Map- combination in a single projection data
like altitude, soil etc.
2. Relief Map- has three dimensional part representations
and show contours of physical data or part of the earth.
3. Commercial or Economical Map- also called product or
industrial map since they show land treats relation
4. Political Map- gives detailed information about the
country, provinces etc.

Map Language
1. Scale - show actual earths surface given by measurement on
a map.
2. Symbols map legend that explains what symbols means.
3. Color- different color of map represented on parts on map.
4. Geographic Grid entire system called gridlines also called
Median- north- south pole line and
Parallel - drawn around globe with all points as equal distance
from the pole
Longitude- degree from east to west of any place.
Latitude- north and south distance of the equator

c. Generalization