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Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2
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Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching -2

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Learning through video resources was a project assigned to a team of students of Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University during DELL Workshop in H. M. Patel Institute of Language Learning.

Learning through video resources was a project assigned to a team of students of Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University during DELL Workshop in H. M. Patel Institute of Language Learning.

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  • @poojajumani Thanks Pooja, for gearing me up for my upcoming presentations. The better is yet to come.
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  • @joshitoral77 Hello Toral, thanks for raising an interesting topic for discussion. It is easy to embed a video from youtube compared to creating one. Creating a video is not an easy task. It starts with the selection of target audience, scripting, editing, rewriting, selection of characters in the video, direction, timing, location, lighting, camera, noise reduction, subtitling. And I’m fortunate enough to have a Team of students of Department of English (Bhagirath, Siddharth, Yashpal, Mahesh, some of my Classmates and Semester Two Students), Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University. And I particularly thank Prof. Dr. Dilip Barad, Head of the Department, Department of English, Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University, for idea generation, proof reading of scripts, invaluable guidance, and consistent support from the beginning till the end. Hope it helps. Thanking you...
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  • Hi, Parth U choose good topic and you cover all points in your topic or presentation.
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  • Hello Parth..
    you mention in your presentation that it is easy to choose video from anywhere and make a test on it.
    is it really so?
    please explain..
    Thank you...
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  • 1. LEARNING THROUGH VIDEO RESOURCES Prepared and Presented by Parth Bhatt Roll No. 15 Semester IV Paper-XVI – A: English Language Teaching – 2 eng_dept_bu@googlegroups.com
  • 2. CONTENT• Changing Paradigms and emerging Trends• Developing pedagogy using student generated digital video• Methods and Techniques• Importance of Content validity• Tools we can use• Popular Platforms• Practical Demonstration
  • 3. CHANGING PARADIGMS AND EMERGINGTRENDS• Limitations of Traditional Teaching Methodology • Time • Place • Expenditure• Possibilities of Using Video Resources • Multiple Learning • Transparency of evaluation • International Reach • Instant Feedback
  • 4. DEVELOPING PEDAGOGY USING STUDENTGENERATED DIGITAL VIDEO• „Recent developments in information and communication technologies have led to expectations by policy makers, educators and students that new ways of learning will develop and that computer technologies have untapped potential for changing the nature of school education. ~ Matthew Kearney & Sandy Schuck Faculty of Education, University of Technology, Sydney• Implementing innovative and exciting approaches using student-generated digital video
  • 5. METHODS AND TECHNIQUES• Participants• Data Collection • Script Writing • Script Evaluation • Modification • Expert‟s Advice • Finalizing Script
  • 6. IMPORTANCE OF CONTENT VALIDITY• Involvement and necessity of a teacher• Immediate Feedback • “How am I doing it?” • Other student‟s feedback • Teacher‟s involvement and Feedback• Finally the importance of audience, the comments of students at a number of institutions. It appears that knowledge of audience was central in choice of themes, language, props and ways of presenting information in the videos and also motivated the students to present high-quality, humorous and realistic work.
  • 7. TOOLS WE CAN USE• Operating Systems • Windows • A smart phone Device / Digital Camera• Google Docs and Drive• Google Sites• Google Forms• Flubaroo• Hot Potatoes• Moodle• Video Editing Tools• A platform to upload
  • 8. POPULAR PLATFORMS• Youtube Channels • Google Groups• Projects • eng_dept_bu@googlegroups.com • eContent Generation Workshop • BISAG • NME ICT Sãkshãt • Online Streaming, Experts on your screen, Live interaction • Mobigam ~ Language on the Move in Rural Areas of Gujarat • Academic Websites • DELL (Digital Education and • pbl.dilipbarad.com Learning Lab) • SNS• Online courses • Shirley Taylor
  • 9. HOW TO TALK WITH STRANGERS• Learning Through Video Resources
  • 10. ERRORS YOU MAY MEET WITH
  • 11. THANK YOU

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