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Instructional Game

  1. 1. ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  2. 2. InstructionalInstructional GameGame Done by: Aida AlSalmi ID: 83267 ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  3. 3. - Definition ofDefinition of instructional game.instructional game. - Components ofComponents of instructional game.instructional game. - The use of instructionalThe use of instructional game.game. - Examples ofExamples of instructional game.instructional game. ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  4. 4. Definition of instructional game: Basically it is activities that designed to motivate, engage, involve learners with the course content by addition some techniques and rules to those activities. Instructional games focus on 2 main purposes in the learning process: • Understanding ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  5. 5. Components of instructional game: General: Goals, rules, competition, challenge, fantasy, safety, entertainment. The introduction of the game: Goals, rules, players, equipment, directions, constraints, penalties, choices. In the body of the game: Scenario, level of reality, cast, role pf players, presence of uncertainty and curiosity, nature of competition, relationship of learning to the educational objectives, skills vs chance, wins and loses, choices, the information flow, turns, types of action, modes of interaction. The conclusion of the game: Recognizing the winner, the reward, providing information, the final message. ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  6. 6. The use of instructional game: - Powerful educational tools. - Strong motivating influence. - Good for integrating learning across the subjects. - Can contribute to the learning objectives related to competition, cooperation, and teamwork. - Make learning fun - Provide different levels of complexity that match player’s ability. - Engage the learner in a situation where the learner is competing for a high score. ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  7. 7. Examples of instructional game: -Adventure and Role-Playing games. -Business games. -board games. -combat games. -logic games and puzzles. -word games. ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  8. 8. Advantages and Disadvantages of Tutorials Advantages - Capitalize on the competitiveness of students. - High in entertainment value. - Varied methods of learning. - Unique formats. Disadvantages - Entertaining consequences for incorrect responses. - Unwittingly incorrect answers can sometimes be more entertaining than correct ones. - Vision and sound effects often become the focal point. - Indiscriminate use of computer capabilities can distract from the purpose ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  9. 9. The EndThe End…… Thanks for your attention ReferencesReferences:: www.alaasadik.net/courses/tech2111/TECH2111_4.ppt http://hagar.up.ac.za/catts/learner/smarks/Drills.html#games Multimedia for learning book (methods and development( Done byDone by:: Aida AlSalmi 83267 ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end
  10. 10. The EndThe End…… Thanks for your attention ReferencesReferences:: www.alaasadik.net/courses/tech2111/TECH2111_4.ppt http://hagar.up.ac.za/catts/learner/smarks/Drills.html#games Multimedia for learning book (methods and development( Done byDone by:: Aida AlSalmi 83267 ContentContent DefinitionDefinition ComponentsComponents The useThe use ExamplesExamples The introductionThe introduction Advantages andAdvantages and disadvantagesdisadvantages The endThe end

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