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Module 2
Boards
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Chalk Boards
White Boards and Magnetic Boards
Cloth Boards (Felt, Flannel, and Carpet)
Hook-and Loop Boards (Velcro Boards)
Pegboards
Bulletin Boards
GRAPHIC MATERIALS
Are the materials translate abstract
ideas and relationship into a
concrete form.
 They are non-photographic, twodimentional materials designed to
communicate a message to the
viewer.

GRAPHIC MATERIALS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Drawing and 5.
Sketches
6.
Cartoons
7.
Strip Drawings 8.
Posters
9.
Charts
Graphs
Diagram
Maps
Flip Charts
5. CHARTS
Organization e) Flowcharts or
Charts
Process Charts
b) Classification
f) Tree or Stream
Charts
Charts
c) Time Line
g) Gannt Chart
d) Tabular Charts
or Tables
a)
6. GRAPHS
Line Graphs
b) Bar Graphs
c) Pie Graph or Circle Graph
d) Area or Solid Graphs
e) Pictorial Graphs or
Pictographs
a)
7. DIAGRAMS
Cluster or
e) Compare /
Cloud Diagram Contrast
b) Chain of Events f) Venn Diagram
c) Fishbone
Mapping
d) Cycle
a)
8. MAPS
a)
Political Maps
 Shows territories and boundaries.
b)
Physical Maps
 Shows data like altitude, temperature, rainfall,
precipitation, vegetation, and soil.
c)
Commercial or Economic Maps
 Shows variety of information like the economic
produce of the different regions.
PICTURES
AND
PHOTOGRAPHS
POST
CARDS
FLASH
CARDS
Chalk
Boards
 Are the common
instructional media
found in classroom,
rural and urban
alike.
 A chalk is used to
write on its surface.
http://www.gtemplates.org/downloads/chalkboard.jpg
White Board and
Magnetic Board
 are those with
glossy surface,
commonly white
in color, where
non-permannet
markings are
made with the use
of special felt
pens.
http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSqYV3jQZKuVombY0K
XeM9uWjBH5Q5Zz6wfgkHCjLcx3W6XwAC4
Cloth Boards
(Felt, Flannel,
and Carpet)
 a piece of plywood or
heavy cardboard covered
with either felt, flannel or
carpet.
 portable , simple to use,
durable, colorful and
attractive.
http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSt4U_0Idlr0CBmnRuhC
HfEGFJSOqlYmDev2Y1u_q17_8nv6P7D
Hook-and Loop
Boards (Velcro
Boards)

A plywood or heavy
cardboard is covered
with nylon hooks are
adhered on the back of
the instructional
materials to be displyed
on the board.
http://www.turningpointtechnology.com/img/Comm/AR/03202502
.jpg
Pegboard
 are made of tempered
masonite with 1/8-inch
holes drilled 1 inch
apart. These boards are
used in displaying threedimensional objects or
heavy materials with the
use of hooks inserted
into the board.
http://www.hometips.com/articleimages/peg_board_garage_storage_leh1.jp
Bulletin Board
are generally not
used directly in
instruction but tend
to be a
supplement”. They
are used to
introduce or follow
up lessons
presented.

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_RaF_DOsg8PQ/R2R3TBZKsI/AAAAAAAAAAU/ijBAdTHUObo/S760/Vocabulary+Bulletin+Board.jpg
1.Drawing
and Sketches
it employs the use of
lines, either simple or
crude. They may not be
real thing but they may
represent persons,
places, things, and
concepts. In general
drawings are more
finished and
representational
compared to sketches.
http://artbyvanessa.net/blog/wpcontent/images/2008/02/sample_sketches.jpg
2.Cartoons
use symbolism and
oftentimes bold
exaggeration to
present at a glance a
message or point
concerning news
events, people or
situations.

http://www.weblogcartoons.com/cartoons/o-window.gif
3.Strip
Drawings
 is a form of
cartooning in which a
cast of characters
enacts a story in a
sequence of closely
related drawings.
 Can be used for
motivation or a lesson
starter.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3246/2952424210_ea89b5b1ab_o.jpg
4.Posters
 are combination
of lines, images,
colors, and words. It
can be used to
stimulate interest in
a new topic, a
special class, or a
new event.
http://www.allproducts.com/manufacture100/eande/product1.jpg
5.Charts
 are graphic
representations
of relationships
such as
chronologies,
quantities, and
hierarchies.
http://www.stat.columbia.edu/~cook/movabletype/mlm/charts.png
6.Graphs
 show quantitative
data.
make analysis and
interpretation of
numerical information
easier.
http://www.genlogic.com/graphs2D_pal.jpg
7.Diagrams
 a diagram is any line
drawing that shows
arrangement and relations
as of parts of the whole,
relative values, origins and
development,
chronological fluctuation,
distribution, etc. (Dale,
1969)
http://www.edrawsoft.com/images/shapes/businesslib
rary-1.png
8.Maps
are
representation of
the earth surface
or a part of it.

http://www.worldpress.org/images/maps/world_600w.jpg
9.Flip Charts
 is supported
by a four-legged
easel or tripod
and several
sheets of paper
are hinged at the
upper edge of
the chart.
http://dentistcom.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/chart-flip.gif?w=460
Pictures and
Photographs
 includes any kind of
opaque representation
of visual images which
includes drawings,
photographs, pictures
in books and
magazines, etc.
http://www.arab-album.net/d/440-2/wonderful+pictures+22.jpg
http://www.digital.mississippi-photo-gallery.com/pics/shots/warmth.jpg
Postcards
 commercially
printed with space
on one side for an
address and postage
stamp used for
sending a short
message through
mail.
http://joshp.typepad.com/photos/postcards/postcard2001.jpg
Flash Cards
 are used for drill
activities in
teaching certain
topic. May contain
words, phrases,
sentences, Math
combinations, etc.
http://www.brainchildpress.com/flash_card_array.jpg
Organization
Charts
 These show an
organization’s
structure or chain of
command. It
illustrates the
interrelationships
between the
different parts of an
organization.
http://openaccess.baltimorecityschools.org/Departments/Internal_Aud
its/_images/Organizational_Chart.jpg
Classification
Charts
 They are similar to
organization charts
but its purpose is to
show the
classification or
categorization of
objects, events or
species.
http://www.williamsclass.com/SixthScienceWork/Classificatio
n/ImageMoneraProtista/classificationChart.JPG
Time Line
Shows a
sequence of
different events
or the
relationship of
people and
events.
http://www.dur.ac.uk/4schools/History/Images/Timeline.gif
Tabular Charts
or Tables
 Contain
numerical
information or
data in a table or
columns.
http://www.ks.nrcs.usda.gov/news/images/success_stories/grp10_cha
rt.jpg
Flowcharts or
Process Charts
 Shows a
process,
sequence, or
procedure.
http://www.bboinstitute.com/library/salesletter/images/flowChart.
jpg
Tree or
Stream Charts
 Shows change, growth
or development by
beginning with a single
course and then spreads
out into many branches
which then come together
into a single channel.
http://home.comcast.net/~kenconway/images/t
ree_chart.jpg
Gantt Chart
 Is an activity time
chart that illustrate
the start and finish
dates of a certain
activity or project.
http://www.me.utexas.edu/~me302/Project/Pencil/GanttChart.gif
Line Graphs
 Shows
aquantitative data.
Makes analysis and
interpretation of
numerical
information easier.
http://www.awe.asn.au/branches/sunshinecoast/images/commom_line_graph.jpg
Bar Graph
 Is the simpliest and
easiest to read.
Presented in
horizontal or vertical
bars.With the same
widths.
 The length represents
the amount or
percentage data.
http://northshorejournal.org/LinkedImages//2009/01/un
empl-rates-bar-graph-for-1992-2000-2008.jpg
Pie Graph
 Represent the
part of a whole.
 These garphs
always present
whole amounts and
its parts are
calculated in
percentage or
fractional parts.
http://image.wistatutor.com/content/feed/tvcs/circle20graph.gif
Area or Solid
Graphs
 Are used to
compare several
related totals
thru the use of
geometric
shapes.
http://www.inforse.org/europe/images/Vision_LA_RE.gif
Pictorial
Graphs or
Pictograph
 These graphs utilize
related pictures or
drawings to show
numerical data.
 It is an adaptation of
the bar graph.
http://image.tutorvista.com/Qimages/QD/42920.gif
Cluster or
Cloud Diagram
 Used in a
nonlinear activity
wherein ideas,
images, and feelings
are generated around
a stimulus word.
https://files.pbworks.com/download/SclOA7MRfF/mrbakinse
sl/26505738/Maribel%20Pedraza%20diabetes_opt.jpg
Chain of Events
These
diagram
illustrates the
stages of an
event, the
actions of a
character or the
step in a
procedure.
http://www.glencoe.com/sec/science/glencoescience/skill_hand
book/imgs/fig5.gif
Fishbone Mapping
 Is used to
show casual
interaction of a
complex event
 Or a complex
phenomenon.
http://www.geekpreneur.com/wpcontent/uploads/2008/07/fishbone.jpg
Cycle
 Illustrates
how series of
events interact
to produce a set
of results such
as the life cycle.
http://www.infovisual.info/02/029_en.html
Compare /
Contrast
 A diagram
that is used to
show similarities
and differences.
http://www.ereadingworksheets.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/compare-and-contrasttext-structure-graphic-organizer1.jpg
Venn Diagram
 Used to show
relationship
between sets,
similarities and
differences
between
characters, stories
or poem.
http://internationaledwa.org/images/venn_diagram_new.jpg
Political Maps
 Shows
territories and
boundaries.
http://www.bestcountryreports.com/media/D_Images/Phili
p_Pol2.jpg
Physical Maps
 Shows data
like altitude,
temperature,
rainfall,
precipitation,
vegetation, and
soil.
http://www.fao.org/wairdocs/ad695e/ad695e02.jpg
Commercial or
Economic
Maps
 Shows variety of
information like the
economic
procedure of the
different regions.
http://www.iapad.org/images/map_soc_sicot.gif
By: ERNIEROSE V. GARCIA

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