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EDQUILAG, EULYSSES NEIL PATRICK B.

MARCH
07, 2020

2D MATERIALS

2D MATERIALS DESCRIPTION CLASSROOM USE


PHOTOGRAPHS - a picture made
using a camera, in
which an image is
focused onto film or Photographs on bulletin boards and collage
other light-sensitive projects.
material and then
made visible and
permanent by
chemical treatment,
or stored digitally.

FLASHCARDS - a card bearing


information on both
sides, which is
intended to be used Use of flashcards to show concepts.
as an aid in
memorization.

- each flashcard
bears a question on
one side and an
answer on the
other.

CHARTS AND GRAPHS - chart: a drawing


that shows
information in a
simple way, often
using lines and
curves to show
amounts

- graphs: a picture
that shows how two
sets of information
or variables (=
amounts that can
change) are related,
usually by lines or
curves.

DIAGRAMS - a symbolic
representation of
information using
visualization
techniques.
-used since ancient
times, but became
more prevalent
during the
Enlightenment

- the technique uses


a three-dimensional
visualization which
is then projected
onto a two-
dimensional surface
sometimes.

CARTOONS - a simple drawing


showing the
features of its
subjects in a
humorously
exaggerated way.

- it is a satirical one
in a newspaper or
magazine.

POSTERS -The modern poster,


as we know it,
however, dates back
to the 1840s and
1850s when the
printing industry
perfected colour
lithography and
made mass
production possible.

- a temporary
promotion of an
idea, product, or
event put up in a
public space for
mass consumption.

-includes both
textual and graphic
elements, although
a poster may be
either wholly
graphical or wholly
text.

-designed to be
both eye-catching
and informative.

-may be used for


many purposes.

- a frequent tool of
advertisers
(particularly of
events, musicians,
and films),
propagandists,
protestors, and
other groups trying
to communicate a
message.

-used for
reproductions of
artwork, particularly
famous works, and
are generally low-
cost compared to
the original artwork.