Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

The Power of Film, Video and TV in the Classroom

No description
by

maricris tabanera

on 26 September 2013

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of The Power of Film, Video and TV in the Classroom

Summing up
The film, video and TV are powerful instructional tools.
When they are used appropriately and moderately, they can make the teaching-learning process more concrete, lively, colorful and interactive.
The Power of Film, Video and TV in the Classroom
Why are film, video and TV powerful in the classroom?
according to Dale (1969), films, videos, and TV are very powerful because they can:
What are the benefits of the use of film, video and TV in the classroom?
Find the answers for the following:
1.
Why are film, video and TV powerful in the classroom?
2.
What are the benefits of the use of film, video and TV in the classroom?
3.
What are some disadvantages or limitations of the use of TV?
4.
What basic procedures ought to be followed for effective use of TV as a form of lesson enrichment?
transmit a wide range of audio-visual materials, including still pictures, film, objects, specimens and drama
bring the world of reality to the home and to the classroom through a "live" broadcast or as mediated through film or video tape
make use see and hear for ourselves world events as they happen
be the most reliable news source
make some programs understandable and appealing to the wide variety of age and educational levels
become a great equalizer of educational opportunity because programs can be presented over national and regional networks
provide us with sounds and sights not easily available even to the viewer of a real event through long shots, close ups, zoom shots, magnification and split screen made possible by the TV camera
can give opportunity to teachers to view themselves while they teach for purposes of self-improvement
can be both instructive and enjoyable

(With sights and sounds and motion, TV is much more enjoyable)

For younger children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
literacy skills
– for example, learning letters of the alphabet through programs such as Play School and Sesame Street, or through educational computer games
For younger children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
numeracy skills
– for example, learning to count through programs including Sesame Street and Play School
For younger children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
social skills
– for example, learning cooperation by watching TV programs and using computer games and websites, such as ABC for Kids, that show cooperative and helping behaviour.
For older children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
intellectual benefits
– for example, developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills by playing computer games, or developing morals by comparing family values with those found in fiction and documentary content
For older children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
educational benefits
– for example, encouraging reading, particularly after watching a program or movie based on a book
For older children, the developmental benefits of media include developing:
creative benefits
– for example, developing skills in imagination, art and modelling, music and media, through using software to create a picture, or being inspired to make something by a TV show.
Teenagers can develop their:
reading, writing and critical thinking skills through using blogs, chat rooms and becoming involved in message boards, such as on movie or news sites
Teenagers can develop their:
political and social awareness by watching news, current affairs and documentaries
What are some limitations or disadvantages of the use of TV?
please see video
Children can be exposed to programming that is not appropriate for their age. Adult themes of sex and violence are far too easily accessed and they destroy the innocence of children.
Adults frequently spend many hours each day watching television to the detriment of work or family life.
Family discussion and conversation can be reduced or eliminated with by the television being the focus of attention.
Television is often the main or only source of information about current events and biased or inadequate reporting can deliver inaccurate or misleading information and opinion.
The more that television is watched, the less exercise people tend to get. Television is often blamed for the rise in obesity in the Western world.
Basic Procedures in the Use of TV, Film, Video as supplementary enrichment
Prepare the classroom
darken the room (avoid total darkness)
the students should not be seated too near nor too far from the TV. (a 24-inch set means no students should sit farther from the set)
Previewing activities
Set goals and expectations and state it clearly.
(Why are you viewing the TV? What is expected of your students?)
Link the TV lesson with the past lesson
and/or with the students' experiences for integration and relevance.
Put the film in context.
Give a brief background, if necessary.
Point out the key points
they need to focus on. Give guide questions.
Viewing
Don't interrupt viewing by inserting cautions and announcements you forgot to give during the previewing stage. it disrupts and dampens interest.
make sure sight and sounds are clear. (check this before playing the video/film)
Post-viewing
Make the students feel at ease by asking these questions:
what do you like best in the film?
what part of the film makes you wonder? doubt?
does the film remind you of something or someone?
what questions are you asking about the film?

Post-viewing
Go to the questions you raised at the pre-viewing stage.
Engage the students in the discussion of answers.
Check for understanding

Post-viewing
Ask what the students learned.
Find out how they can apply what they learned.
(From this film I learned that
_____________. I can apply the lesson I learned in/by _________________________.)
Post-viewing
Summarize what was learned.
You can include whatever transpired in the class discussions but don't forget to base your summary on the objectives of the lesson.
Full transcript