1st Quarter Powerpoint Presentations Compilation | DepEd Club

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In this article, you will find our compiled 1st Quarter Powerpoint Presentations. We aim to complete all the K-12 Powerpoint Presentations to make them available to our fellow teachers and help them complete their resources.

We are always on the process of uploading new files. For additional updates and unannounced uploads, please visit this section from time to time.
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We at DepEd Teachers Club are always grateful to all our File Authors and File Contributors. Credit goes to all of them. Let us all give them thanks and show our support for all their works. We are also thankful for all our File Editors, Sharers, Tech Volunteers and fellow Teachers for helping us and making this kind of service possible.

>>> The instructional delivery mode employed by the teacher plays an important role in skills acquisition and meaningful learning. Huge and giant strides have been made in countries such as Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and others achieved in technology, economic empowerment and self reliance can be attributed to among others, effective teaching and learning. The importance of education and mode of instruction cannot be over stressed in this era of Science, Technology and Mathematics, driven by ICT.

PowerPoint is part of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) program developed by Microsoft in 1987. It is an application program of presentation bundled in Microsoft office. It consists of slides allowing the user to present messages. Information prepared on a computer could be better projected for larger audience using a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) or DLP projector.
PowerPoint presentation could be used in the classroom for supporting student learning by combining computer and projector to display slides for illustrating a lesson.

Cognitive theory suggests that learning is optimized when learners’ preferred representation styles are congruent with the attributes of educational technology. While offering guidelines for educators in using technology for instruction, individual characteristics (cognitive differences) should be taken into account in instructional design. Dual coding theory suggests that learners have preferred representation styles. Some individuals learn and recall well from visually presented information while others learn and recall well from verbally presented information. To understand the relationship between media and learning, we need to consider the interaction between the attributes of the medium and the cognitive processes of students.

1st Quarter Powerpoint Presentations Compilation

GRADE 1 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

GRADE 2 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

GRADE 3 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

GRADE 4 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

GRADE 5 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

GRADE 6 Powerpoint Presentations – 1st Quarter

IMPORTANT: HOW TO DOWLOAD FILES IN GOOGLE DRIVE

FOR MS OFFICE FILES:

1. Click on the file link in our website.

2. You will be redirected to the file location via Google Drive.

3. On the upper left side of your screen,  Go to FILE menu. Click DOWNLOAD, then Select Microsoft Word for  the editable file format.

FOR OTHER FILES:

1.    On the upper right hand corner of your screen, look for this button to Download the file —> google drive download button

If you encounter an Error while downloading the files, please Log-in to your Gmail account (Here – mail.google.com) , then try again to click the Download Link in Google Drive. Thank you.

Additional files to be uploaded soon.

We are always on the process of uploading new files.
For additional updates and unannounced uploads, please visit this section from time to time.
Like us on Facebook to get INSTANT UPDATES. CLICK HERE
You can also BOOKMARK this page in your web browser by clicking Ctrl+D in your keyboard for faster access in the future. Thank you fellow Teachers. 

We at DepEd Teachers Club are always grateful to all our File Authors and File Contributors. Credit goes to all of them. Let us all give them thanks and show our support for all their works.
We are also thankful for all our File Editors, Sharers, Tech Volunteers and fellow Teachers for helping us and making this kind of service possible.

Thank you!

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