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Using Video In The Classroom

  1. 1. Sultan Qaboos University College of Education Department of Instructional & Learning Technologies Tech 3001 Done by: Bayan Al-Rawas 68712 Ekhlas Al-Saadi 68704 Abeer Al-Mawali 82910 Khulood Al-Hoqani 82924 Ameera Ba-Omar 82925 Nawal Al-Gafri 82932
  2. 2. Definition Instructional video a recording of both the visual and audible components (especially one containing a recording of a movie or television program) video - broadcasting visual images of stationary or moving objects using for educational needs. Video allows teachers to not only tell students what they need to learn from a specific lesson, but illustrate examples to help develop understanding. Questioners We made a Questioners about using video in classrooms and we distributed it to teachers and students to measure how them adapt the using of video in education. The Questioners include many questions and we divided in two parts on for teachers and another for students. The teachers questions 1- I think that using video in teaching enhance my students achievement? 2- I have tried to make an instructional video in my classes.
  3. 3. 3- I see that the number and quality of videos that ministry of education provide are enough to me as a teacher. The students questions 1- I think that using video in teaching enhance my students achievement? q3 yes no not ssure 2- I see that the video is related to our lessons’ goals?
  4. 4. 3- I prefer to participate in making videos for our lessons. 4- what is the rate of showing you videos during the year ? q4 always moderate rarely Studies Study (1) A study by Rockman et al. (1996) of the academic impact of home and school: - Students who watched the program were able to provide more complete and complex explanations of scientific concepts after viewing the show. - The gaps in knowledge base between boys and girls and between minority and majority students were smaller and closer to parity after viewing the program.
  5. 5. Study (2) A study of the children’s problem-solving skills (Fisch, 2003).: Viewers out performed nonveiwers in solving problems and produced more sophisticated solutions. Study (3) A study on the use of instructional television with eighth grade students (Barnes, 1997).: Students in the classes which included the television programming outperformed the control groups in test scores, writing assignments, in variety and creativity of problem-solving skills, and in their engagement in class discussion. Advantages • Video can be utilized to illustrate how something works . • Video provides information in detail that text and graphic cannot. • Video can grab student’s attention. • Video can show real life examples. • Video stimulates discussions. • Video can appeal to the learning styles of visual learners. • Video could enhance problem-based learning.
  6. 6. challenges • Lake of resources. • Lake of equipment. • Lake of required software. • Technical problems. • Lake of legibility of audio and visuals. strategies Strategies that enhance the use of video in your classroom there are: Predicting • With picture and audio on: – Use the pause control to stop a scene and have students predict what will happen next. • With audio off: – Have students predict the situation and characterizations based on viewing an entire scene without the sound. • With picture off: – Have students predict the situation and characterizations by listening to the soundtrack without watching the picture. Speaking Practice • Role Plays: Have students role play a scene, practicing the lines of dialogue for correct intonation and emphasis. • On-Location Interviews: Have students circulate around the classroom and interview each other using questions contained in the video segment. Students can then report to the class about their interviews.
  7. 7. • Information Gap: Have half the class see a segment without audio and the other half hear it without the picture. Students from each half of the class then pair up, talk about the situation and characters, and act out the scene. Discussion • Have students discuss the scene, plot and characters' actions, thoughts, and feelings. • Have students think about what the characters in the scene are thinking but not saying. Students can create these interior monologues, present them to the class, and discuss any varying opinions about characters' inner thoughts during the scene. • Have students tell which characters they identify with and explain why. Using video Recourses : • Ready for him • Shooting new one • Student participation ( assignment , report , project …) • Record from TV directly • From Internet • About .com • TeacherTube TeacherTube, is a site where you can host, tag and share instructional videos. If you like a video you see you can link to it on the TeacherTube site or embed it into a web page or blog. It is also a valuable resource of instructional videos.
  8. 8. • National Geographic Video National Geographic is the section of the National Geographic website devoted to online videos about animals, people and places, the environment and more. National Geographic Video features short educational movies about everything from sharks to Guinness World Record Holders . classroom video blog Who It's For: Teachers and schools will find many beneficial ways to use a vlog. You need : • basic consumer camcorder • computer with free editing software • internet connection are all you need. Video Ideas: School events: guest speakers, school plays and sports -these events that would make great videos for a classroom vlog. Student projects: Let students create videos as special projects or to demonstrate their mastery of a concept, then post the videos on the vlog to show off the learning that’s going on in your classroom. Important lessons: If you’re teaching a key concept that students may not grasp immediately, consider recording the lesson and posting it on the vlog. This way, students can go back and re-watch it later on to clarify anything they missed. Teaching videos: There are many educational videos available online, which can be used to supplement lesson plans. Add the videos to the blog so students can easily find them and watch them.
  9. 9. Resources