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Arabic Unit Project 2015

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Jumaesah Jamaludin

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Arabic Unit Project 2015
Video package for
Arabic lessons
OBJECTIVES
to provide students with videos that support the learning and teaching of Arabic language
to introduce Arab culture, useful expressions in various situations and also the social norms
to expand students’ vocabulary
TARGET
Sec 1 level is chosen for this pilot project.
THEMES/TOPICS
The topics will be aligned to Arabic 1 SOW

Family & Family names
Days & Months
Shopping
Greetings
PROCESS
The process to produce a video will be in the following order:
1. Brainstorming ideas (1-2 days)
2. Draft of storyboard ( 1 week)
3. Discussion of storyboard (1-2 days)
4. Writing of script (1-2 days)
5. Vetting the script (1-2 days
6. Filming (1 day)
7. Editing (1 week)
8. Lesson planning based on video (3-4 days)
http://ed.ted.com/on/eA78l0zd
Why TED.ED?
This presentation will unwrap the following objectives:

designing lessons using TED.Ed
ways of using the website for lessons
1. Practical
TED.Ed is practical for teachers because it hosts several features within a window.
2. Easy to use
It is straightforward and does not require long time to know how to use it.
4. Exercises
Teachers can include exercises right after the video. There are two options for the exercises: one is MCQ and the other is open-ended. And teachers can also post questions to be discussed in the classroom.
5. Cultural notes
Under "Dig Deeper", teachers can use this section to post additional information (e.g. cultural, linguistic) with regards to the video.
Sec 3 lessons:

http://ed.ted.com/on/gn7WVXBt

http://ed.ted.com/on/kKhBub8S
3. Flipped lessons
Teachers can use this website as a hook to get students intrigued for the upcoming lesson before they even enter the class.
4. Exercises
Teachers can include exercises right after the video. There are two options for the exercises: one is MCQ and the other is open-ended. And teachers can also post questions to be discussed in the classroom.
5. Additional notes
Under "Dig Deeper", teachers can use this section to post additional information (e.g. cultural, linguistic) with regards to the video.
Sec 3 lessons
http://ed.ted.com/on/gn7WVXBt
http://ed.ted.com/on/kKhBub8S
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