A. I and II only
B. I and III only
C. II and IV only
D. III and IV only
A. repetition and active learning
B. repetition and information delivery
C. information processing and active learning
D. construction of knowledge and information exchange
A. real objects, print, audio-visual materials, and visual materials
B. visual materials, audio visual materials, print and computers
C. visual materials, print, audio-visual materials and regalia
D. print, audio, visual materials, and computers
A. provide written or verbal cues to highlight important aspect of visuals.
B. allow the students to pass the materials from one person to another.
C. use materials that everyone can see.
D. present the material one at time.
A. in developing listening skills
B. in teaching creative writing
C. in composing poems
D. in building concepts
A. have a viewing activity about the lesson.
B. have them read their EPP book.
C. give them a collaborative work.
D. let them listen to a gardener.
A. giving due consideration to lettering.
B. presenting materials with accurate facts.
C. giving more importance to austerity over legibility.
D. focusing on the main idea of the lesson presented.
A. consider technical quality
B. apply different computer effects per slide.
C. present information through graphic organizers.
D. use contrasting colors for text and background.