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Copy of Sample Designs of Technology-Inspired Instructional Plan
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Process: Teacher and students cooperatively identify problems to be answered
Sample Designs of Technology-Inspired Instructional Plan
Designing a Web Quest:
To ensure the full participation of the members of the group, a tool for rating them must be developed and made known to them prior to embarking on the activity. Below is a sample rating sheet for the purpose.
Tasks: Students are grouped in teams and each group works on either of the following projects:
* Write a newspaper article that could appear in a local newspaper. The purpose of this article is to educate coastal residents about the causes and characteristics of tsunami, their devastating potential to destroy human life and property, and what individuals can do to stay alive if a killer wave strikes in their area.
* Prepare a PowerPoint presentation of a minimum of five slides that you will present to the class. The purpose of this PowerPoint is to educate coastal residents about the causes and characteristics of tsunamis, their devastating potential to destroy human life and property, and what individuals can do to stay alive if a killer wave strikes in their area. Your peers will grade your presentation. Each person must present and build slides ( put your names on the slide you design!) and present information.
Designing a Multimedia Presentation
The end result of a project can be more engaging if it is organized and presented to class using technology. The PowerPoint is one computer application, which can be utilized for multimedia presentation. It is appropriate in adding animation, motion, clip art and audio and even stills and other visual symbols to enhance a presentation. It is presented using the LCD or the computer projector on a screen for group viewing.
For those who are trained by INTEL, it is very easy for them to follow the procedure of preparing multimedia presentation. This is found in the INTEL Module and its accompanying CD. For those who are not trained, the following procedure is suggested.
A. Preparing a unit plan
- A web quest must be interesting and challenging enough to propel students to undergo inquiry or exploration on the possible solutions to problems. Web quest also incorporate inquiry, constructivism, cooperative and collaborative learning It must require a student to come out with projects or tangible results on the inquiry using the web. Below is a sample template which is found in the Web Quest Page. This template contains suggested parts for the students to fill in with the guidance of the teacher.
Sample Designs of Technology-Inspired Instructional Plan.
Rating Scale for Evaluating Peer Contribution in the Activity
Name: ____________ Teacher: ________________
Please check the box that shows the extent of participation your peer had exhibited.
Below is another example of a web quest, which was downloaded from the Internet on January 10, 2005 by Marilyn M. Yere, a student of the MMSU College of Teacher Education, under the Teacher Certificate Program. This was one of the experiences the group had when they integrated the Intel Teach Essentials in their course, Educational Technology. They use the information in accomplishing their unit portfolios.
Tsunami Web quest
Title: Killer Waves Strikes the Coast
Tsunamis are the most powerful and destructive
waves generated in the ocean. They can cross great distances at
spends of 650 to 800 kilometers per hour.,losing very little energy as
they move. While they maybe only a meter high as they travel across the open
ocean, tsunamis can become terrifyingly tall as they approach the coast. If the
trough of a tsunami hits land first, the water is sucked away from harbors and
beaches so rapidly that it leaves flopping fish and boats behind. The crest of the
wave, which eventually slams into the coast, usually within about fifteen minutes,
can be between 10 to 30 meters tall, and can move much faster than can a person run. Water moving inland has the ability to uproot everything in its path. The retreating wave drags people, buildings, boats,vegetation, and even the sand from the beach out to sea.
Researchers' best estimates suggest that more than 50,000
people were killed by tsunamis in the last century. Prior to the development of
tsunami warning systems, these killer waves devastated unaware coastal
populations, killing thousands who are oblivious to impending danger until it was
too late to flee. Even the ability to warn coastal residents provided by current
technology does not guarantee safety. Many world areas are not covered by
tsunami warning systems. Even in covered areas, the ocean's power can be
unleashed so quickly that there is simply no time to escape.
Gather data using the internet then prepare a PowerPoint presentation of a minimum of five slides that you will present to the class. The purpose of this PowerPoint is to educate coastal residents about the causes and characteristics of tsunamis, their devastating potential to destroy human life and property, and what individuals can do to stay alive if a killer wave strikes in their area. Your peers will grade your presentation. Each person must present and build slides (put your names on the slide you design!) and present information.
* Define the word tsunami and give some of its characteristics. In what ways do tsunamis differ from other water waves?
* What are some natural events that can generate a tsunami?
* The term tsunami is a Japanese word whose English translation is "harbor wave". Tsunamis are often inaccurately referred to as "tidal waves" or "seismic sea waves." Explain why neither of these terms describes a tsunami.
* Roughly four out of five tsunamis happen in an area called the "Ring of Fire," which roughly encompasses the Pacific Ocean. Why are tsunamis most common in coastal areas bordering the Pacific Ocean?
Create a chart, which shows approximately ten of the most destructive tsunamis of the past and the current century. Include as much of the following information as possible; date and time the tsunami occurred, world locations most affected, cause, number of people killed, and the amount of property damaged incurred.
Using a pre-designed rubric or a rating scale assess your web quest. Be sure that all the questions are addressed and that on the whole it must be rich in content. Provisions for interaction among students must be evident.
Presentation or Sharing of Outputs:
Review the tasks. The students are supposed to write a news item about tsunami and or prepare a power point presentation about it. In here the students and the teacher should come up with viewing guidelines so that students can be better guided on what issues to particularly pay attention to in the web quest. Students can be asked to give their own ratings to the presentation and to the group.
This part requires the students to summarize their learning insights particularly on the use of technology. What skills did they learn as fast and as interesting as can be in the web quest which might not be possible in using the traditional approach of answering the problems. Did they find the experiences valuable?
This is a listing of websites visited and authors of articles of literature's used in seeking solutions to the problems which were identified for proper acknowledgment.
Sample Project Design for a Multimedia Presentation on Erosion with INTEL Integration for Grade IV-Science
a. Observe how water, wind, people bring about soil erosion
b. Infer how erosion affects land, people, plants and animals
b.1. Demonstrate how erosion changes the shape of the land.
B. Student Learning
a. Define erosion and give its causes.
b. Explain the effects of erosion to man and animals.
c. Discuss why erosion must be prevented.
d. Prepare a multimedia presentation on concepts related to erosion and present
it to class.
e. Use ICT's to enrich learning
f. Construct a rubric to evaluate the multimedia presentation.
After quite sometime, do you think a place will still be the same?
1. How can a place be changed?
* What is erosion?
* What are the kins of erosion?
* What are the causes of erosion
* What are the effects of erosion to man?
* How can we prevent erosion?
* Why should we prevent erosion?
B. Locating Resources to include Internet surfing, book reading, interview, conducting a field trip and picture studying among others.
C. Gathering pertinent information, classifying and organize them.
D. Looking into a rubric for evaluating multimedia presentation. Pre-plan your criteria which you will adopt to evaluate your presentation.
E. Preparing a story board.