Enhancing Learning of Literature and Science

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Enhancing Learning of Literature and Science


The first segment of each lesson is intended for students and focuses on the literary text, while the second segment is meant for teachers and focuses on the methods of teaching the text. The series has been aired over the Knowledge Channel since June this year, with one lesson being telecast per week. Apart from literature, it has began airing FUSE's telecourses in physics, chemistry and science.

Recognizing that the television has become a powerful and handy tool for the transmission of knowledge and values right in the living room, FUSE embarked on the project to provide universal access to education, especially in impoverished rural areas, through television. It has partnered with the DepEd and concerned organizations and foundations to fulfill its mission of reaching millions of students through instructive programming and audio-visual transmission technology to bring about a community of educated and responsible citizens working for a better Philippines.

Teachers handling high school literature and science classes are urged to utilize the first segment of the telelessons in their classrooms and to watch the second segment to gain insights in the different pedagogical methods in teaching the subjects. Education supervisors are enjoined to watch the telelessons and undertake group discussions on the lessons with the teachers. Both groups may well provide their own insights on the series with the end in view of further enriching the telelessons and exploring the possibility of producing similar series for other groups of learners.

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