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=== '''Name of Activity:'''- ===
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Watching a story without audio and retelling the story (bilingually)
  
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=== '''Objectives:-''' ===
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1.To build students background knowledge and develop thinking skills that use detail to enhance understanding.
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2.To make students understand that a story can be interpreted in multiple ways and that each individual will have their own perception.
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3.To encourage students to share their thoughts or interpretation of the story.
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4.To create a stress free environment for students to have an uninhibited discussion.
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=== '''Estimated Time:-''' ===
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Approximately 30 minutes for a class consisting of 8 groups with 5-6 students in each group(Time may vary depending upon the class strength)
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=== Materials/ Resources needed:- ===
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* The video story of ‘The Brinjal king’( other such stories can be used which are age appropriate and has lots of elements.
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* Projector and screen et
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=== Prerequisites/Instructions, if any :- ===
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* Ask students to watch the video attentively.
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=== Multimedia resources:- ===
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None
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=== Website inter-actives/ links/ simulations:- ===
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8y_uNnaKpQ The Brinjal King]
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=== Process (How to do the activity) ===
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# Divide the students into groups of 5 or 6 based on the language they speak at home(this way students will find it easier to work in their respective groups and also easily articulate their thoughts)
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# Play the video story on the screen for the whole class muting the audio sound.
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# Give 5-10 minutes for students to discuss with group members about their interpretation of the story.
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# Ask each group to share their interpretation of the story.
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# When all the groups have shared their interpretation or story-line play the video story once again with its audio.
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# Allow students to discuss how their interpretation of the story was different from that of the actual story.
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# The story narrated by each team can be audio-recorded
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=== Developmental Questions (What discussion questions) ===
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A brief discussion was held after each group presented their interpretation of the story. The focus was mainly on creating pegs for conversation and in the process some new words along with its meaning and usage were introduced. Also, students were encouraged to share their thoughts and views.
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=== Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child) ===
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The principle essence of any language learning class is the need for continuous formative assessment. Hence, the students are assessed in each class taking in to account their level of participation/ their involvement in various activities conducted in the class and helping them build their language skills by creating a stree-free and input rich environment.
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[[Category:Watching a story without  audio and retelling the story (bilingually)]]

Latest revision as of 17:46, 10 October 2019

Name of Activity:-

Watching a story without audio and retelling the story (bilingually)

Objectives:-

1.To build students background knowledge and develop thinking skills that use detail to enhance understanding.

2.To make students understand that a story can be interpreted in multiple ways and that each individual will have their own perception.

3.To encourage students to share their thoughts or interpretation of the story.

4.To create a stress free environment for students to have an uninhibited discussion.

Estimated Time:-

Approximately 30 minutes for a class consisting of 8 groups with 5-6 students in each group(Time may vary depending upon the class strength)

Materials/ Resources needed:-

  • The video story of ‘The Brinjal king’( other such stories can be used which are age appropriate and has lots of elements.
  • Projector and screen et

Prerequisites/Instructions, if any :-

  • Ask students to watch the video attentively.

Multimedia resources:-

None

Website inter-actives/ links/ simulations:-

The Brinjal King

Process (How to do the activity)

  1. Divide the students into groups of 5 or 6 based on the language they speak at home(this way students will find it easier to work in their respective groups and also easily articulate their thoughts)
  2. Play the video story on the screen for the whole class muting the audio sound.
  3. Give 5-10 minutes for students to discuss with group members about their interpretation of the story.
  4. Ask each group to share their interpretation of the story.
  5. When all the groups have shared their interpretation or story-line play the video story once again with its audio.
  6. Allow students to discuss how their interpretation of the story was different from that of the actual story.
  7. The story narrated by each team can be audio-recorded

Developmental Questions (What discussion questions)

A brief discussion was held after each group presented their interpretation of the story. The focus was mainly on creating pegs for conversation and in the process some new words along with its meaning and usage were introduced. Also, students were encouraged to share their thoughts and views.

Evaluation (Questions for assessment of the child)

The principle essence of any language learning class is the need for continuous formative assessment. Hence, the students are assessed in each class taking in to account their level of participation/ their involvement in various activities conducted in the class and helping them build their language skills by creating a stree-free and input rich environment.