The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'

Zahara Aziz, Zakiah Mohd Yusof, Kamaruzaman Jusoff, Sharifah Faizah Syed Husin

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    'Sense of Sight' and 'Light and Sight' are the topics in the chapter 'Sensory' for Form 2 Science. An interactive teaching aid call the Eyeball was designed to depict the actual human eye. This article discusses the action research project carried out at Sultan Aladdin Secondary School, Melaka. A total of 21 students from a Form 2 class participated in the research study which was carried out over 8 weeks. The study aims at evaluating the usage of the Eyeball. The data were collected through pre-tests, post-tests, interviews, observations and surveys. Findings indicated that using interactive teaching aids, such as The Eyeball' can increase active learning and improve student understanding of the topic. Teachers should diversify their teaching methods to increase learning effectiveness overall.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1-7
    Number of pages7
    JournalWorld Applied Sciences Journal
    Volume14
    Issue numberSPL ISS 4
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    Keywords

    • Action research on interactive teaching aid
    • Education
    • The Eyeball model

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    Aziz, Z., Yusof, Z. M., Jusoff, K., & Husin, S. F. S. (2011). The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'. World Applied Sciences Journal, 14(SPL ISS 4), 1-7.

    The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'. / Aziz, Zahara; Yusof, Zakiah Mohd; Jusoff, Kamaruzaman; Husin, Sharifah Faizah Syed.

    In: World Applied Sciences Journal, Vol. 14, No. SPL ISS 4, 2011, p. 1-7.

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    Aziz, Z, Yusof, ZM, Jusoff, K & Husin, SFS 2011, 'The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'', World Applied Sciences Journal, vol. 14, no. SPL ISS 4, pp. 1-7.
    Aziz Z, Yusof ZM, Jusoff K, Husin SFS. The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'. World Applied Sciences Journal. 2011;14(SPL ISS 4):1-7.
    Aziz, Zahara ; Yusof, Zakiah Mohd ; Jusoff, Kamaruzaman ; Husin, Sharifah Faizah Syed. / The use of 'The Eyeball' for topic 'Sight'. In: World Applied Sciences Journal. 2011 ; Vol. 14, No. SPL ISS 4. pp. 1-7.
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