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  1. 1. Cartoon: Sound of animals COGNITIVE LEARNING THEORY By: Purtaub Avinash ID: 1247166
  2. 2. Scene 1 Teacher Mr. Sam finds it confusing to make his students learn about the different sounds made by animals. The school textbook has an activity whereby there is a matching exercise on the sounds made by seven animals.
  3. 3. Scene 2 Mr. Sam decides to put all animals together on a PowerPoint as slideshow to display on the desktop projector and a set of speakers, as an aid for the students to recognize the animals as well as their corresponding sounds they make.
  4. 4. Scene 3 Mr. Sam then closes the PowerPoint and starts a brainstorming activity about the animals they have seen and ask them to imitate the sound they make as shown through the projector and heard through the speakers.
  5. 5. Scene 4 Mr. Sam discovers that the children are led to confusion due to cognitive overload and unable to recall the animals name as well as their sounds corresponding to them. !?
  6. 6. Scene 5 Mr. Sam plans another way to better allow his students to recall the animals and their corresponding sounds individually without exerting too much cognitive effort.
  7. 7. Scene 6-1 Mr. Sam decides to adopt a strategy. So he introduces each animal first and ask students questions
  8. 8. Scene 6-2 The students don’t have any cognitive overload or confusion and able to recognise one animal at a time and associate to its sound also This is a Dog
  9. 9. Scene 6-3 Mr. Sam clicks on the animal picture as an action button to allow it to make the corresponding animals sound and asks the students the following question: What sound does it make?
  10. 10. Scene 7-1 The students don’t have any cognitive overload or confusion and able to recognise one animal at a time and associate to its sound also. The dog does. – waow wwaooh waoh waoow!
  11. 11. Scene 7-2 Mr. Sam clicks on the animal picture as an action button to allow it to make the corresponding animals sound and asks the students the following question: Very good, the dog is barking
  12. 12. Scene 8 Mr. Sam continues with the exercise till all the animals have been tackled
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