Open www.canva.com 1 Hallo lovely students, welcome to our new course in this semester "Digital Teaching Media". Digital Teaching Media course aims to provide students with the ability to produce ICT-based learning media and resources for teaching English skills. In this course, it is discussed comprehensively about the concept of media and learning resources, variety and classification of media. Students are expected to master the aspects of media development such as the understanding or limitation of certain media, its variety, functions and benefits as well as development steps for creating teaching media, consist of video, multimedia, and network-based media. As a peak ability, students are required to be able to develop media with certain procedures. Students are able to choose specific media for developed according to needs and affordability, in groups. LESSON PLAN, viewing the Lesson Plan for this course, click the start button in the image above, or click this link RPS - Google Drive LEARNING OBJECTIVES, The Learning Objectives of this course are as follow: Students are able to understand and explain the concepts and techniques of developing ICT-based teaching media in language learning. Students are able to understand and study the benefits of using ICT-based learning media in English learning based on national and international journal articles. Students are able to categorize and analyze the types of ICT-based teaching media in English (according to the type of genre at the senior high school level). Students are able to access and operate tools/digital media for teaching English Skills Students are able to produce ICT-based English teaching media in essential Genre material at the Senior High School Level collaboratively. Students are able to provide feedback or assessment of the quality of ICT-based English teaching media and presentthe results are in a mini workshop. Students are able to reflect on learning processes and products. LEARNING STAGES In addition, here is the brief instructions to explore the Digital Teaching Media course in SPADA. The course content will be provided in 16 Meetings. The learning materials are provided in the form of modules, videos, and others references. Explore the Four English Skills:In this section, you will find information about the four English skills: describing the skills, functions of the skills, and digital media for teaching those skills. Review the provided materials, which may include guidelines, examples, or assignments related to digital media for teaching English Skills. Follow "The Learning Cycle" Section:The course content is focused on the Digital Media for Teaching English Skills (listening, instructing, speaking, reading, and writing). Within the course content, you will find specific "Learning Cycle". Click on this section to access the specific information related to the course structure. Learn about the Learning Cycle:Understand the learning cycle of the course, which includes the following phases: I Know and I Don't Know:This phase likely involves self-assessment, goal setting, new information about the English Skills. The Skills:Explore information of digital media for teaching English Skills (provide modules, videos and other references). Let's Collaborate:Participate in collaborative activities, discussions, or group work to find digital media for teaching English Skills. What I Have Learned:Reflect on your learning experiences, the feedback received, and your progress in the course. Participate Actively:Engage actively in each phase of the learning cycle and complete assignments, discussions, and activities as instructed by your course instructor. Seek Help and Clarification:If you have questions or need clarification at any point, reach out to your course instructor or use WAG. Check for Updates:Regularly check the course content for updates, announcements, and assignment due dates to stay on track with your learning. Remember that the specific layout and features of SPADA to your university's LMS may vary, so if you encounter any difficulties, consult with your university's IT support or check the LMS's help resources for additional guidance.
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