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Selection and Use of Instructional Materials

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Patrick Windell Orion Buitre

on 11 February 2015

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Transcript of Selection and Use of Instructional Materials

Introduction
There is no drab lesson if appropriate media is used in its presentation. Properly selected and used, its impact on the attention, sustained interest, participation of students has long been recognized to a point that his wide collection of teaching tools earned the title “sub-strategies”.



Principles in Selecting Instructional Media

1. Principle of Appropriateness
Instructional materials must promote the general and specific goals of the class.
Instructional material must appropriate to the level intended in terms of vocabulary level, difficulty of concepts, methods of development, and interest appeal.
Instructional material must be either basic or supplementary to the curriculum.


2. Principle of Authenticity
Instructional materials must present accurate, up-to-date, dependable information.

3. Principle of Interest
Instructional material must catch the interest of the learners. It must stimulate curiosity or satisfy the learner’s need to know. It must have the power to motivate, encourage creativity, and imaginative response among users.


4. Principle of Organization and Balance
Instructional material must be well organized and well balanced in content.
Purpose of the material must be clearly stated or perceived.
There should be logical organization, clarity, and accordance with the principles of learning such as reinforcement, transfer, and application in the materials.


5. Principle of Cost
If there are available substitutes for costly materials, these substitutes maybe considered first.


GOAL!
Selection and Use of Instructional Materials
Principles of Teaching
By: Patrick Windell Orion C. Buitre
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