Q1 •Easy Q2 •Average Q3 •Difficult Call a friend 15 sec. to ask a member Give me my notes 20 sec. reviewing the notes This is a type of reproduction which requires two special sex cells. a. Sexual Reproduction b. Asexual Reproduction c. Bisexual Reproduction This is a type of reproduction which requires two special sex cells. a. Sexual Reproduction Which Reproduction of Animals where in their testicles and ovaries are present from birth and will develop after 6 months? a. Reproductive system of reptiles b. Reproductive system of birds c. Reproductive system of dogs and cats Which Reproduction of Animal where in their testicles and ovaries are present from birth and will develop after 6 months? c. Reproductive system of dogs and cats Who among of these animals is a Hermaphrodite. a. frogs b. starfish c. earthworms Who among these animals have both sets of sexual organs, or Hermaphrodite. c. earthworms What type of reproduction do not need seeds, it can be done through stems, roots or leaves? a. Sexual Reproduction b. Asexual Reproduction c. Bisexual Reproduction What type of reproduction do not need seeds it can be done through stems, roots or leaves? b. Asexual Reproduction What is the process where in the pollen is transferred from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower of the same kind? a. Double fertilization b. Self-pollination c. Cross pollination What is the process where in the pollen is transferred from the anther of one flower to the stigma of another flower of the same kind? c. Cross pollination What is the process of plant reproduction, that removes a portion of the bark of a healthy stem to be covered by coconut husk and soil then the roots will grow after. a. Marcotting b. Grafting c. Layering What is the process of plant reproduction, that removes a portion of the bark of a healthy stem to be covered by coconut husk and soil then the roots will grow after. a. Marcotting Identify the main topics of the subtopics given. Setting Characters Conflict Plot Theme Spaniards Americans Japanese Facebook Twitter Instagram Expository Descriptive Persuasive Narrative Shopee Lazada Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Verb Preposition Conjunction interjection Simile Metaphor Hyperbole Personification Synecdoche Onomatopoeia Alliteration Document Powerpoint Excel Publisher Abs-cbn Gma Tv5 News TV Emilio Aguinaldo Manuel L. Aguinaldo Jose P. Laurel Sergio Osmena Manuel Roxas Elpidio Quirino Ramon Magsaysay Carlos P. Garcia Diosdado Macapagal Ferdinand Marcos Corazon Aquino Fidel V. Ramos Joseph Estrada Gloria Arroyo Benigno Aquino III Rodrigo Duterte Caselyn G. Alcantara MAED-English Is the practice of writing down pieces of information in a systematic way. Taking notes is about summarising core concepts as precisely as possible in your own words. -Note taking to the rescue!! This takes understanding of what you're doing It takes practice, which involves effort. Will help you recall information that would otherwise be lost. Note taking helps students to focus on and better remember what is said in class. • Test students on how well they captured information from lectures and texts. Reading for pleasure or as a way to relax, such as reading a novel, newspaper or magazine, is usually a ‘passive’ exercise. When you are studying, reading should be seen as an ‘active’ exercise. In other words, you engage with your reading to maximise your learning. • • Recall Stay Organize Engage with your reading Why take notes? Focus Remem ber Professor Walter Pauk of the Study Center at Cornell University describes five essential elements to note taking. He calls these elements the five R’s of note taking. 1. Recording: Writing down key words, phrases, facts, main ideas, and key concepts. 2. Reducing: This step reduces the learner’s notes into summary form for quick studying and preparation for a test. 3. Reciting: Learners should review and rephrase their notes as soon as possible after class, putting the notes into their own words. This step makes notes easier to understand their own thoughts and meaning. 4. Reflecting: The key is to think about the concepts, their meaning, and implications. Through this thoughtful process, learners are getting the most of out of note taking and classes. 5. Reviewing: Learners should periodically review to keep the information fresh in your mind. One real secret of successful studying is to know when, how, and what to review According to Walter Pauk in How to Study in College (1997) students who do NOT take notes in lecture will lose information as follows: The Outline method is one of the best and most popular. It lets you organize your notes in a structured form, helping you save a lot of time for further reviewing and editing. Requires you to structure your notes in form of an outline by using bullet points to represent different topics and their subtopics. Start writing main topics on the far left of the page and add related subtopic in bullet points below using indents. I. First main topic A. Subtopic B. Subtopic II. Second main topic A. Subtopic B. Subtopic 1. Detail 2. Detail 3. Detail 1. Detail 2. Detail 3. Detail 1. Detail 2. Detail 3. Detail 1.Detail 2.Detail 3.Detail Highlights the key points of the lecture in a logical way Ease of use allows the students to focus Reduces the reviewing and editing time Gives a proper and clean structure to your notes Not suitable for subjects like chemistry and math that comprise of formulas and charts Doesn’t work well if the attended lecture doesn’t follow a certain structure Employs geographic organizers and diagrams to assemble information. Mind maps- as brain-storming are commonly drawn from a central point, purpose or goal in the center of the page and then branching outward to identify all the ideas connected to that goal. Use the mind map to get a handle on how certain topics relate, or to go in depth with one particular idea. It helps organize your notes by dividing them into branches, enabling you to establish relationships between the topics. Visually appealing Can be used for noting down detailed information but in a concise form Allows easy editing of the notes While mapping your notes, you might run out of space on a single page Can be confusing if the information is wrongly placed while taking notes The Cornell Method is a pretty good way of dividing up your notes if you’re looking to get the most out of your review time. In this method, you divide your paper into three sections: notes, cues, and summary. Note Taking Area make sure to leave large spaces in your notes to add information later! Summaries Area Write a brief summary of that day's notes. Cue or Question Column write questions in the margins Questions in the Margins: Cornell works best by creating potential test questions in the margins. Important! Always use complete Recall Clue Column Record Column Propaganda Techniques in Advertising Define "Propaganda" List 4 common tech. used by advertisers Define & explain "testimonial" technique Define & explain "bandwagon" technique Define & explain "plain folks" technique Define & explain "transfer" technique Intro Propaganda used by politicians, writers. Also by advertisers. Def: Messages intended to persuade audiences to adopt a certain opinion. Advertisers use propaganda. 4 techniques common. 1. Testimonial Def: Celebrities used to pitch idea, sell product; Audience associate star qualities of celebrity w/ product. Ex. Michael Jordan sells Nike shoes 2. Bandwagon Def: Encourages people to buy b/c e'one is doing it. Ads urge you to get on board; don't get left out. Ex. "All over America, people are switching to...." 3. Plain Folks Def: Product associated with ordinary folks like you & me. Ads use "regular", next-door-neighbor types to sell product. Ex. New mother in hospital uses Tylenol. 4. Transfer Product associated with s'thing that is attractive or respectable. Car ads show gorgeous model - audience transfer feelings about model to car. Ads use patriotic symbols like bald eagle - audience transfers patriotic feelings to product, company. Ex. Wal-Mart claims to sell only made-in-USA products. SUMMARY: Advertisers use propaganda. Propaganda = Messages intended to persuade audiences to adopt a certain opinion. 4 common propaganda techniques used by advertisers: 1. Testimonial: celebrity endorses product. 2. Bandwagon: everybody is buying product. 3. Plain Folks: ordinary, non-glamorous people like us use it. 4. Transfer: transfer feelings of admiration to product. A quicker way to take, review, and organize your notes Summarizes all the information in a systematic manner Helps in effective learning as it enables to absorb information in a shorter time Helps you to extract main ideas Cuts down time for reviewing Pages need to be prepared before a lecture Requires some time for reviewing and summarising the key concepts the box and bullet method is one of the easiest to use. This note taking strategy requires students and researchers to extract the main ideas (in the box) and supporting details (bullets) from sources. Each main idea is placed in a box and the supporting details are written directly below, next to bullet points. Segregates and organizes your notes in the form of boxes Let’s you focus on one box at a time while reading Help you memorize the relation between notes in a visual way Not suitable for every lecture type Doesn’t work well if no overall topics can be assigned to a group of notes Requires additional time to group the notes in the end or during the lecture It is an ideal method for notes that involve a lot of information in the form of facts and statistics, that need to be learned by heart. The information will be organized in several columns, similar to a table or spreadsheet. Each column represents a unique category which makes the rows easily comparable. Jotting down heavy content which includes stats and other information Works great when you want to cut down on the amount of time When you need to memorize a lot of information but don’t recommend to apply it during classes or lectures. information is clearly structured fantastic for reviewing notes are easily comparable a lot of information can be memorized quickly Very time-consuming method Barely makes sense to apply this method in a lecture/class where the content isn’t clear beforehand doesn’t work for information that can’t easily be categorized The Physical Sciences if composed of three, (1) Physics: it is the study of matter and energy and the interaction between them. An expert in this study such as gravity, light, and time is a physicist. Albert Einstein, a famous physicist, developed the Theory of Relativity. (2) Chemistry: It is a science that deals with the composition, properties, reactions, and the structure of matter. The chemist Louis Pasteur, for example, discovered pasteurization which is the process of heating liquids such as milk and orange juice to kill germs. Lastly (3) Astronomy: It is the study of universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. I. Physical Sciences a) Physics- The study of matter and energy i. ii. Physicist- experts in studying gravity, light, and time Albert Einstein- developed the Theory Relativity b) Chemistry- science deals with the composition, properties, reactions, and the structure of matter. i. ii. Louis Pasteur- discovered pasteurization Pasteurization- the process of heating liquids to kill germs. ▪ Milk and orange juice c) Astronomy- is the study of universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. planets Compositions Reactions Astronomy stars Chemistry Matter pasteurization Louis Pasteur Process of Heating To kill germs in liquids universe Physical Sciences Albert Einstein Theory Of Relativi ty gravity Physics Energy time Matter light What are the sciences under Physical Science? (1) Physics: it is the study of matter and energy and the interaction between them. An expert in this study such as gravity, light, and time is a physicist. Albert Einstein-Theory of Relativity. (2) Chemistry: composition, properties, reactions, and the structure of matter. Louis Pasteur-pasteurization is the process of heating liquids such as milk and orange juice to kill germs. (3) Astronomy: It is the study of universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. Physical sciences involves Physics (Matter and Energy), Chemistry (composition, properties, reactions, structure of matter), and Astronomy (study of universe). Physical Sciences Physics The study of matter and energy Physicist- experts in studying gravity, light, and time Albert Einsteindeveloped the Theory Relativity Chemistry science deals with the composition, properties, reactions, and the structure of matter. Louis Pasteur- discovered pasteurization Pasteurization- the process of heating liquids to kill germs. Milk and orange juice Astronomy the study of universe beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. Planets stars Physical Sciences Things to study Famous Person Contribution/ Examples Physics Matter, energy, gravity, light, time Albert Einstein Theory of Relativity Chemistry Composition, properties, reactions, structure of matter Louis Pasture Pasteurization (process of liquid to kill germs) Astronomy Universe , beyond the Earth’s atmosphere Changes in Puberty I. A. Male 1. Size and Virility 2. Male musculature and body shape 3. Foreskin retraction 4. Pubic hair 5. Body and Facial Hair 6. Voice Change B. Female 1. Breast Development 2. Pubic hair 3. Vagina, uterus, ovaries 4. Menstruation and fertility 5. Body odor and Acne 6. Body shaped, fat distribution, Body Composition Body shape Size and Virility Skin retractio n Male Pubic Hair Body and Facial Hair Breast Develop ment Voice Change Changes in Puberty Pubic Hair Female Body Compositi on Body odor and acne Vagina, uterus, ovaries Menstruati on and Fertility What are the changes might happen to a male adolescent? What are the changes might happen to a female adolescent? • • • • • • Size and Virility-testicular enlargement is the first physical manifestation of puberty Male musculature and body shape-Some of the bone growth (e.g. shoulder width and jaw) Erections- a boy reaches his teenage years, erections occur much more frequently due to puberty Foreskin retraction- the tip and opening of a boy's foreskin becomes wider Pubic hair- appears on a boy shortly after the genitalia begin to grow. Body and Facial Hair Voice Change- The usual sequence is: underarm (axillary) hair, perianal hair, upper lip hair, sideburn (preauricular) hair, periareolar hair, and the beard area • Voice Change and Adam’s Apple- This growth is far more prominent in boys, causing the male voice to drop and deepen • Breast Development- usually a firm, tender lump under the center of the areola of one or both breasts • Pubic hair- usually visible first along the labia. • Vagina, uterus, ovaries- increasing levels of estrogen, becoming thicker and duller pink in color • Menstruation and fertility- first menstrual bleeding is referred to as menarche, and typically occurs about two years after thelarche • Body odor and Acne• Body shaped, fat distribution, Body Composition- Rising levels of androgens can change the fatty acid composition of perspiration, resulting in a more "adult" body odor Male might change in ff. during their puberty size and virility, male musculature and body shape, foreskin retraction, pubic hair, body and facial hair, voice change. Female might change in ff. during their puberty Breast Development, Pubic hair, Vagina, uterus, ovaries, Menstruation and fertility, Body odor and Acne, Body shaped, fat distribution, Body Changes in Puberty Changes in Male • Size and Virility • Male musculature and body shape • Foreskin retraction • Pubic hair • Body and Facial Hair • Voice Change Changes in Female • • • • • • Breast Development Pubic hair Vagina, uterus, ovaries Menstruation and fertility Body odor and Acne Body shaped, fat distribution, Body Composition CHANGES Pubic hair Facial Hair Sex Organ Male √ √ √ Female √ √ Breast develop ment Voice Chang e Menstr Body uation Chang e √ √ √ Acne √ √ √ √ Do note taking on the reading text (Science) given, use the Mapping Method. Do note taking on the reading text (Science) given, use Cornell’s Method.