RT 317 English for Radio & Television
Aj. Sakulsri Srisaracam / Aj. Apisit Supakitcharoen
www.themegallery.
Contents
What is about?
Course outline – week by week
Grading system
Rules
Contact
www.themegallery.
What is it about?
 English in Radio & Television
 Listening to programme
 Reading to get information
...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
1/1 Course Orientation
-Course Introduction
-Explain the conc...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
2/1
Reading Comprehension
-Reading comprehension technique
an...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
3/1
News Lead/Cue – What is
broadcast news?
- understand stru...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
4/1 News Lead/Cue – Giving
information in Lead
5w1H and write...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
5/1 News Body – from Lead to Body
Broadcast news body structu...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
6/1 News Body – Writing to picture
How to describe picture
- ...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
7/1 News programme and
Presenting
-How to present news
-Prese...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
8/1 Interview – ‘Asking Question’
-how to ask question
-quest...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
9/1 Interview – ‘Interview
practice’
-Practice asking and
ans...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
10/1
Interview – ‘Report
information with reported
speech’
-H...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
11/1 Interview – Present ‘Role
Play interview’
- Students pre...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
12/1
Television Programme –
Pitching
How to present idea of
p...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
13/1
Television Programme –
‘Cooking & how-to programme’
Lang...
Course Outline
Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities
Week
15/1
Television Programme –
Final Project
Produce television
...
Grading system
100 points
are from
Exam:
-Midterm: 20 points
-Final: 30 points
Final Project: Television Programme
15 poin...
Grading system
 Class effort, Attendance, Assignments & Class Activities
 Dictation and Quiz 15
 Homework / handout 10
...
Role
 Meet deadline for every assignment
 Attend class and participate in activities
 Must ‘print handout’ and bring to...
Contact
Lecturer
Aj. Sakulsri Srisaracam
office 6th floor Building 8
Tel: 454 E-mail: ajarnice@gmail.com
FB: www.facebook....
Contact
Course Facebook:
go there very often!
There will be handout / powerpoint / clip video and more
can get information...
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Introduction to RT317

  1. 1. RT 317 English for Radio & Television Aj. Sakulsri Srisaracam / Aj. Apisit Supakitcharoen
  2. 2. www.themegallery. Contents What is about? Course outline – week by week Grading system Rules Contact
  3. 3. www.themegallery. What is it about?  English in Radio & Television  Listening to programme  Reading to get information  Understanding the script  Plan, pitch and present your programme  Programmes include: news / documentary / factual / series / entertainment programmes  You will be able to ‘listen, read, write and speak’
  4. 4. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 1/1 Course Orientation -Course Introduction -Explain the concept of educational quality assurance -DPU LSS -Self-introduction activity - Lecture by using PowerPoint presentation - Class discussion - Game - Listen & Watch example of radio & television programme Week 1/2 Brush up and break the ice -Break the ice activity -Example of things they will learn in class -Brush up basic English -Speaking and discussion - Class discussion - Game - Listen & Watch example of radio & television programme
  5. 5. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 2/1 Reading Comprehension -Reading comprehension technique and practice -Break down sentences in the story -Brush up some basic grammar - Lecture - Reading handouts - Reading comprehension exercise - Game Week 2/2 Sentence Structure - Reading comprehension -Sentence structure, type and element to form sentence -Practice writing basic sentence - Teacher-student discussion - In –class practice - Individual writing tasks: sentence - Exercise: reading - Group-work: translation game
  6. 6. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 3/1 News Lead/Cue – What is broadcast news? - understand structure and element of broadcast news -Reading Comprehension of news story - Lecture - Individual task – exercise - Listen to extract of radio news / watch television news Week 3/2 News Lead/Cue – Headline to Lead - information from Headline to Lead/Cue - 5w1H in Lead/Cue - listen / watch broadcast news - Lecture - Study broadcast news script - 5W1H Game - Listen to extract of radio news / watch television news *** Dictation 1 ***
  7. 7. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 4/1 News Lead/Cue – Giving information in Lead 5w1H and write lead from information given Vocabulary and grammar - Individual task – practice writing lead Week 4/2 News Lead/Cue – Giving information in Lead 5w1H and write lead from information given Vocabulary and grammar - Individual task – practice writing lead
  8. 8. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 5/1 News Body – from Lead to Body Broadcast news body structure Reading comprehension – get idea from news - Lecture - Studying broadcast news script - Group discussion / Group work Week 5/2 News Body – How to add detail How to give different kinds of information in news body - Lecture - Studying broadcast news script - Matching Game *** Dictation 2 ***
  9. 9. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 6/1 News Body – Writing to picture How to describe picture - Lecture - Watch television news clip - Group work practice - Describe picture Game Week 6/2 News Body (continue) Writing to footage - Lecture - Group work practice - Game
  10. 10. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 7/1 News programme and Presenting -How to present news -Presenting programme for radio and television - Study example from television programme - Practice presenting in class - Speaking Game Week 7/2 News programme and Presenting -A piece to camera -Writing 40 sec script of ‘a piece to camera’ - Lecture - Watch television news clip - Presenting practice Assignment: ‘A piece to camera 40 sec: 5 points *** Dictation 3 ***
  11. 11. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 8/1 Interview – ‘Asking Question’ -how to ask question -question form -type of questions - Lecture - Pair work asking question - Find the right person game or 20 Questions game Week 8/2 Interview – ‘Journalistic Interview’ -Journalistic interview -Technique to conduct the interview -learn various type of questions - Lecture - Study from interview script - Watch and listen to interview programme - Q&A Game
  12. 12. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 9/1 Interview – ‘Interview practice’ -Practice asking and answering questions - Role Play interview practice Week 9/2 Interview – ‘Talk Show Programme’ -study how to conduct talk show -writing talk show script - Lecture - Study example of television talk show - Pair work – writing role play script Explain assignment: Interview Role Play
  13. 13. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 10/1 Interview – ‘Report information with reported speech’ -How to write Attribution in story -How to write reported speech when quoting someone statement - Lecture - Pair work: writing summary from interview script using reported speech Week 10/2 Interview – ‘Report information with reported speech’ -Applying interviewing information to write radio and television script (practice writing reported speech) - Pair work: writing task
  14. 14. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 11/1 Interview – Present ‘Role Play interview’ - Students present ‘Role Play Interview’ in class 10 points (must also submit: script, summary of the topic in reported speech form) Week 11/2 Television Programme Type and style of television programme to get idea for final project Language usage, vocabulary, scripting - Watch extract of programme - Studying the script - Review type of television programme - Discuss the idea of the script Explain ‘Final Project’ assignment 15 points - *** Dictation 4 ***
  15. 15. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 12/1 Television Programme – Pitching How to present idea of programme in English Planning and writing programme pitch Group work: Discuss idea of programme / plan and writing a pitch draft. Week 12/2 Pitch final project idea Television Programme – ‘Reality Show’ Language usage, vocabulary, scripting - Watch extract of programme - Studying the script - Discuss the idea of the script Pitch idea of television programme: 5 points
  16. 16. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 13/1 Television Programme – ‘Cooking & how-to programme’ Language usage, vocabulary, scripting - Watch extract of programme - Studying the script - Discuss the idea of the script Week 13/2 Television Programme – ‘Sport and Leisure programme’ Language usage, vocabulary, scripting - Group-work: plan final project - Write summary of idea to ‘pitch’ the programme **Update ‘Final Project’ process to teacher** Week 14/1 Television Programme – Final Project Produce television programme in English - Group-work: produce television programme in English *** Quiz *** Week 14/2 Television Programme – Final Project Produce television programme in English - Group-work: produce television programme in English - **Update ‘Final Project’ process to teacher** **** Every class you need to update ‘Final Progress’. If you have nothing to present or show teacher, final point will be deducted.
  17. 17. Course Outline Week Topic Teaching Methods & Activities Week 15/1 Television Programme – Final Project Produce television programme in English - Submit ‘VCD/DVD of Final project by 6pm Week 15/2 Review all lesson and discuss important topics - Class discussion **** Those who don’t meet deadline of final project will automatically get ‘0’ for the project
  18. 18. Grading system 100 points are from Exam: -Midterm: 20 points -Final: 30 points Final Project: Television Programme 15 points Class effort, Attendance, Assignments & Class Activities 35 points
  19. 19. Grading system  Class effort, Attendance, Assignments & Class Activities  Dictation and Quiz 15  Homework / handout 10  A piece to camera 5  Role Play interview 10  Participation and class activities 10  Vocabulary book 5 » Total 55 = 35 points
  20. 20. Role  Meet deadline for every assignment  Attend class and participate in activities  Must ‘print handout’ and bring to every class (if not, participating point will be deducted)  80% class attendant is required  No ‘COPY’ / no translating for ‘google translator’. If you do, you won’t get points.
  21. 21. Contact Lecturer Aj. Sakulsri Srisaracam office 6th floor Building 8 Tel: 454 E-mail: ajarnice@gmail.com FB: www.facebook.com/ajarnice Office hour: Tuesday - Saturday Lecturer Aj. Apisit Supakitcharoen E-mail: apisit_il@hotmail.com office 6th floor Building 8 only on Tuesday & Saturday
  22. 22. Contact Course Facebook: go there very often! There will be handout / powerpoint / clip video and more can get information and leave message to your lecturer For now, please log on to your facebook and search ‘rt317’ and you will see the page or you can scan this code
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