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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PART OF READING PROCESS (VISUAL ASPECT)
Transcript of THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PART OF READING PROCESS (VISUAL ASPECT)
HUMAN EYE MOTIVATION
1.The teacher divides the class into four competing groups.
2.The groups depict in a perfect picture the scene announces. They are strictly given 15 seconds to accomplish the task using only their bodies.
3.But here is the twist. All students must be blindfolded. Yes, they must not see anything. The group that have a quick response with the given scene and have a beautiful and right depiction will win.
4.The teacher shouts the word “freeze” and everybody stands motionless.
5.Judges may be assigned to select the best group in every scene.
6.The group that gains the highest total of points is declared the winner. THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PART OF READING PROCESS
(Visual Aspect) PRAYER PICTURE PERFECT WITH
A TWIST! To identify...
To discover... To Appreciate...
To relate ... To asses ... OBJECTIVES THE PHYSIOLOGICAL PART OF READING PROCESS
(Visual Aspect) *Reading is a very stressful task. *Louis Emile Javal Saccade
fast movement of an eye, head or other part of animal’s body or device. Fixation
maintaining of the visual gaze on a single location. THE HUMAN EYE *Our eyes are at work from the moment we wake up to the moment we close them to go to sleep. *They take in tons of information about the world around us---- shapes, colors, movement and more. *Then they send the information to the brain for processing *The eye is about as big as a ping pong ball and sits in a little hollow in the skull. *Sclera white part of the eyeball *Cornea transparent dome *Iris colorful part of the eye *Pupil black circle in the center of the iris *Anterior Chamber space between the cornea and iris *Lens after light enters the pupil, it hits the lens *Retina very back of the eye *Ciliary muscle bunch of fibers where lens suspended *Vitreous Body forms two third of the eye’s volume *Rods and Cones special cells that process light PARTS Process to the brain... The rods and cones of the retina change the colors and shapes you see into millions of nerve messages Then, the optic nerve carries those messages from the eye to the brain. Please take care of our eyes. Reported By :
Mark John Anthony C. Revadulla