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Name of FS Students:

Agudong, Leizel
Bacnat, Cherrie Ann A.
Balais, Hiediebel C.
Baltazar, Leah Ruth
Calma, CharlayneChelo

Limbauan, Emy Grace M.


Jacinto, Kristine Joy M.
Ortal, Revelyn
Pornela, Jay Mark

Course: Bachelor of Elementary Education

Ramos, XandrelleYeunice
Rasalan, Elizabeth Jane
Sacayanan, Grace
Tagala, Ethel Joy

Year and Section: III-A

Professor: Johnson Modesto Blanco


School: Balatong Integrated School

School Principal: Mr. Arnel S. Bandiola

Date of Observation: January 29, 2015

Teacher: Mrs. Eloisa Joy J. Lorenzo

Time of Observation: 9:30-10:30

Grade/Year Level/ Section: Grade IV

At the end of this observation, we should be able to:


1. Make an ocular visit to the ICT and learning resource of the school (computer laboratory,
audio-video/ media center, internet room, library and resource center)
2. Make an inventory of the resources and classify them according to their functions and
characteristics
3. Examine how the materials are arranged and how they are classified
4. Be familiarized with the guidelines/procedures on the use of learning resources
5. State the benefits of conducting survey of available materials in a particular school.

1.
2.
3.
4.

What learning resources are present?


How are the materials arranged and how are they classified?
Are the materials arranged for easy access?
Are the learning resources/materials arranged properly according to their functions and
characteristics?
5. Do the guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access to the materials by the
teachers/user? Why?/ Why not?
6. What are the strengths of the schools ICT and Learning Resource Center?

1. What learning resources are present?


Available Learning Resources

1. Printed Materials
Activity Sheets
Flash Cards
Books
Charts
2. ICT Materials
LCD Projector
Toy Clock
Lapel
Laptop
Pointer (Laser)

Characteristics and
Unique Capabilities

The books age


appropriate and use by a
good number of students.

Teaching Approaches
when the Resource Most
Useful
Use mainly for research
purposes for the
students.

The ICT resources of


their school are relatively
new.

The over-head projector


is used to transparency
slide presentation.

2. How are the materials arranged and how are they classified?
The materials in the classroom are well organized and the equipments used are
influenced by these modernize generation such as laptop and projector in which lessons
andrelated pictures are presented in moreinteresting and clearer way to the pupils. Also laser
is used as a stick to point out/emphasize ideas in the presentation.

Wealso observed several materials in the walls and ceiling. They are pleasing to the
eyes, organized and classified according to their functions. The walls at the upper right side
are poems and sayings written in English language, on its bottom of these right wall we can
see the different concepts on health such the different parts of the body and its functions,
nutritious food that can help our body to be well regulated and also these corner is where we
can find the concept of Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao. Moreover the words such as verbs and
adjectives were hanged on the ceiling. On the wall at upper left corner, we saw the different
numbers and on its bottomare the concepts of Araling Panlipunan and poems and sayings
where written hand fully and effortless in mother tongue language. Moreover, at the side of
the door, we can find an attached box where words are presented and changed everyday, its
so called the word of the day. In front is the blackboard and its upper part is where we can
see the alphabets and their examples. And at the back of the classroom is where we can find
their functioning and reflective bulletin board

it is where we can see different words

referring to English language andtheir profile which each achievement or activities of the
children are presented.
We can make different instructional materials both it is neither traditional nor modern
and yes its a part of effective learning process to widen knowledge and conceptualize thing
beyond imaginations. But we need materials which are well organized and classified without
neglecting its current, function and appeal or attraction yet simple to the pupils, because
materials are having great influence to the learners.
3. Are the materials arranged for easy access?
Yes! The teacher organized her instructional materials well and neatly. The
accessibility of the instructional materials allows her to avoid disturbances during the class
discussion, she used different cards and pockets chart wherein the materials are placed. The
teacher used a separate table for her materials. The instructional materials are arranged
accordingly.
4. Are the learning resources/materials arranged properly according to their functions and
characteristics?
Yes, as we observed, the teacher used a separate table wherein the materials are
placed. She arranged the materials according to its function and sequence of usage.

5. Do the guidelines and procedures facilitate easy access to the materials by the
teachers/user? Why? Why not?
The teacher had used several ICT materials both traditional and modern such as toy
clock, flashcards, LCD projector and whiteboard. She has not been particular of the
guidelines or procedures in using such materials to the pupils, however there is an easy
access of materials for the students to use. The instruction for the activities gets along with
the proper usage of the materials; hence there is orderliness during discussion of the lesson.
Moreover, there are also books, charts and hanging instructional materials available in the
room which is accessible for the students.
6. What are the strengths of the schools ICT and Learning Resource Center?
List of Available Learning Resources
Learning Resources

Strengths

1. Printed Materials

Textbooks

Reference books

Organized and maintained wide range


of updated reference books; update
important information for subject
matter.
Capable in providing guidance and idea
to pupils who were not familiar with it
and it makes them aware about the
whole concept.

2. Audio Resources

Lapel

Capable in upgrading the vocabulary


and listening skill of the learners and
this was highly effective for all the
auditory learners.

Use
to
have
clearer/better
understanding of the topic.

3. Non-Electronic Visual Resources

Flashcards

Charts

Mock-ups

Displays

It brings out information and reality


experience for the learners who may
not be familiar with what it looks like.
Non-electronic visual resources such as
displays can be kept for a long time.

4. ICT Resources

Computer

Power point

Projector

Gives the pupils a global way of


learning experiences.
Can be used for a larger and quality
presentation of reports and other related
paper works.
Use as a means of learning new
concepts and new ideas to the learners.
Brings convenience to the part of
teacher.

INVENTORY OF THE AVAILABLE LEARNING MATERIALS


Available Resources

Description

8 Personal Computers

Found in the computer laboratory but it is


functioning so they werent able to use.

1 Printer

Found in the computer laboratory and it is use


only by the teachers.

1 Amplifier and 2 Speakers

Use only during school programs and flag


ceremony. It is found also in the computer
laboratory.

1 Overhead Projector/ white screen

It was already installed in the room where we


had observed, it was used in presenting their
lessons.