Course Outline - Technology in ELT 1/14/34

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Course Outline - Technology in ELT 1/14/34

  1. 1. Department: English Faculty of Education and Social Sciences CPD 2113 TECHNOLOGY IN ELT Course Outline Semester 1/14/34 Study period: Year / Semester ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION Credit Value Pre-requisites Co-requisite units Significance Method of Delivery 3 credits : 2 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial Nil. Nil Core subject √ Tutorial √ Group work √ Project Course Co-ordinator Contact Details Administrative Contact Website for Unit Materials Students’ Consultation Lecture √ Murni Salina binti Saharudin Email: salina@unisel.edu.my Pn. Zila Tel. 03-3280 5126, Location BJ www.slideshare.net; search : unisel Wednesday, 9.00am – 12.00pm LEARNING INFORMATION Aim This course aims to: • provide basic knowledge on the use of technology in education. • select and evaluate the medium of teaching. • plan lessons with the use of current technology as teaching. Course Learning Outcomes Successful students in this course can: • understand basic knowledge on the use of computer in education. • identify issues related to the use of computers in schools. • obtain skills in designing effective Power Point Presentation for the use of teaching. • produce a project work related to education. Essential texts Roblyer. M. D. (2010). Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching. United States : Pearson. Baharuddin Aris. (2004). Reka Bentuk Perisian Multimedia. Johor Bahru : Penerbit UTM. Fook C.Y., et. al. (2007). Computer Education for Classroom Teaching. Kuala Lumpur : McGraw Hill. Recommended texts Noriati A. Rashid, et. al. (2012). Teknologi dalam Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran Edisi Kemas Kini. Malaysia: Oxford Fajar Sdn Bhd. Dudeney G. & Hockly N. (2007). How to… teach English with Technology. Malaysia : Pearson Education Limited. Ibrahim Ahmad, et. al. (2007). Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Selangor : Venton Publishing (M) Sdn Bhd.
  2. 2. COURSE PROGRAM OVERVIEW Week Begin Date Lecture/Seminar 1. 13 Jan Introduction to course content and assignments 2. 20 Jan Concept, Role and Involvement of Technology in Education 3. 27 Jan 4. 3 Feb 5. 10 Feb 6. 17 Feb 7. 24 Feb Teaching and Learning Theories Types of technology in education Preparation, Usage, Selection and Evaluation of the Medium of Teaching Non-computer teaching aids Introduction to information technology Teaching lesson planning with technology in education The use of language lab The role of multimedia in education The use of internet in education The use of software for teaching Project 1 Teaching and Learning Software Evaluation Presentation The Use of computer and software to process words, publications, graphics, communication & data analysis • CALT • Types of software and equipment • Communication technology • The power and potential of internet in education 3 Mar – 7 Mar 8. 10 Mar Mid Sem Break The Growth of Information Technology in Education • Software system & application system • Types of software and equipment • Software for education Tutorial/Other Lecture Discussion Lecture Briefing on Project 1 Lecture Tutorial Lecture Assessment Class activity : Drawing Lecture Presentation Due Project 1 Lecture Briefing on the Final Project Lecture Discussion Group work Lesson plan 9. 17 Mar PowerPoint in the Classroom • PowerPoint for teachers • PowerPoint activities for learners Tutorial Class activity: Powerpoint 10. 11. 24 Mar 31 Mar Technology Integrated Lesson Development ADDIE Model Storyboard Flowchart 12. 7 Apr 13. 14 Apr Current Issues of Technology in Education Types of technology in e-learning management education Management education in the era of information Integration of ICT in education Preparation for Final Project Tutorial Lecture Tutorial Lecture Discussion 14. 21 Apr Final Project Presentation 28 Apr – 11 May Tutorial Presentation Final Exam Weeks ASSESSMENT INFORMATION Assessment summary Project 1 Test Final Project Final exam Total 20% 20% 40% 20% 100% Test (20%) Due Final Project
  3. 3. Assessment tasks 1.Project 1 (Group work) Teaching and Learning Software Evaluation Presentation. Prepare a presentation for duration of 15 minutes. The presentation should be on evaluation of English educational CD software. 2. Final Project (Group work) Multimedia software development. Develop a software accompanied by a presentation and a report of the software developed. Value (%) Date due 20% 17th February 2014 40% 25th April 2014 Detailed information on each assessment task. Project 1 Teaching and Learning Software Evaluation Presentation. The presentation will be based on the content gathered and information conveyed. Marks will be awarded based on the presentation skills and the content. The report should be handed-in on the presentation day. The duration is 15 minutes per group. Font and spacing : Arial (12) and double-spacing. The Cover Page should include: University’s Logo, Name of the university, followed by the faculty. Subject Code and Name, followed by semester. Lecturer’s Name, followed by group’s name, matric no. Due date. Project 1 Presentation + final report Penalties of 5 marks for late submission. : 17th February 2014 Final Project 1. Software Development Students were asked to develop educational software for respective forms based on a lesson plan planned by them. A presentation will be based on the content and fluency of the software developed free from errors. Marks will be awarded based on the software and presentation skill. The duration is 20 minutes per group. 2. Project Report This report is basically related to the preparation of the development of the multimedia software or program. It must be based on these 7 items as listed below: 1. Introduction – state how the program could help the audiences improve themselves after using the program. 2. State the objectives (at least 3) of the program developed. 3. Include the subject content of the program. 4. Develop and include the flowchart of the program. 5. Include the blueprint of the program (initial sketches of the program). 6. Include the story board of the program (the main menu, the content screen and 2 activity screens). - The story boards must be in handwritten. 7. Conclusion – state your hope and the advantages or disadvantages of the program The report should be handed-in on the presentation day. Font and spacing : Arial (12) and double-spacing. The Cover Page should include: University’s Logo, Name of the university, followed by the faculty. Subject Code and Name, followed by semester. Lecturer’s Name, followed by group’s name, matric no. Due date. Final Project Presentation : 21st April 2014
  4. 4. Due date for the final CD + report : Penalties of 5 marks for late submission. 25th April 2014

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