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A Presentation by : Ms Aysha Yasir. The City School Gulshan Junior F Topic : ICT Curriculum for Grade IV. To work on the development of a whole child through imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills.

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A presentation by ms aysha yasir
A Presentation by :Ms Aysha Yasir

The City School

Gulshan Junior F

Topic :

ICT Curriculum for Grade IV


Long term goal

To work on the development of a whole child through imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills

Long Term Goal


A presentation by ms aysha yasir

Short Term Goals: imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills

To make sure each student is confident enough to handle the PC and commands Black Cat logo and Information workshop 2000.

To give patronage to students in cultivating the sense of use of technology.

To make sure students are present through out the term by creating interest through activities and teaching methodologies.

To make sure students are well aware of ABCD of behavior.


Which skills can help us go with the new technology
Which skills can help us go with the new technology? imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills


The answer is revealed
The Answer is revealed: imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills

The 21st CENTURY SKILLS


The 21 st century skills means
The 21 imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skillsst Century Skills means:


Bloom s application
Bloom’s Application: imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills

When we start a chapter students need to have prior information for which we brainstorm them. That is Remembering. Then we make them understand the new chapter that is understanding. We discuss how can it be applied in daily life that is applying the newly learned concept. Then different questioning is done from their side to analyze are they getting what we basically want from them. Then we evaluate them by testing them. Now we ask questions. Then they put into practice what they have learnt in their daily life. A sample is placed in my instructional lesson plan.


Time duration six months
Time Duration: Six Months imparting relevant knowledge, using 21st century skills

December to May ‘ 2011


Time division

To make sure students are present through out the term and don’t get absent.

December

Collecting and Presenting Information.

January

February

March

To make sure students are well aware of ABCD of behavior.

Modelling Effects on Screen.

April

May

Time Division:


Topic 1
Topic 1 : don’t get absent.

Collecting and Presenting Information


21st century skills
21st Century Skills don’t get absent.

Problem identification, formulation and solution.

Information and literacy media rate scale skills.

Critical thinking and system thinking.

ICT Skills Developed:

Loading the software

Changing the Level

Data base File addition and Editing

Sorting and search data.


Approaches
Approaches: don’t get absent.

Observing and Monitoring skills

Questioning Skills

Listening and speaking skills( sound reasoning)

Suggested Teaching Activities:

Collect example of different graphs

Consider how to frame question.

Discuss with them how different graphs differentiate data

Listening and speaking skills( sound reasoning)


Techniques
Techniques don’t get absent.

Distinguish, investigate, separate, compare research, analyze, arrange and diagram.

Question, inquire, experiment , research, inspect, examine.

Separate, distinguish, compare and analyze.


Topic 11
Topic 1 : don’t get absent.


Topic 2
Topic 2: don’t get absent.

Graphical Modelling on Screen


21st century skills1
21st Century Skills don’t get absent.

Problem identification, formulation and solution.

Creativity and intellectual curiosity.

Critical thinking and system thinking.

ICT Skills Developed:

Loading BlackCat Logo.

Giving instructions using FD, BK, RT, LT,ST Repeat, HOME, PU, PD CS, LABEL[ ], HT, Changing Pen color, width and style.

Undo and Redo.


Approaches1
Approaches: don’t get absent.

Giving Directions.

Questioning Skills

Giving Direction skills (using commands)

Suggested Teaching Activities:

By drawing the corners by working with angles and turns.

Ask 2 or 3 students to draw in front of class. Throw the Pen using Net-OP software.

Make children the turtle and take turns.


Techniques1
Techniques don’t get absent.

Design, Compose, Assemble, Imagine, Diagram.

Categorize, Determine and Evaluate

Design, Plan, Distinguish, Separate and Diagram.


Topic 21
Topic 2 : don’t get absent.


Res our ces
Res don’t get absent.ources

Book

PC’s

Net-OP Software

Black Cat LOGO Software ( Level Blue)

Black Cat Information Workshop’2000 Software (Level Red)

Evaluation sheet Skill Assessment sheets.

Rim

White board and Markers

Easy Teach CD ( Interesting additional activities like angles selection, relating things with climate in different area. A very helpful tool.)


A presentation by ms aysha yasir

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT don’t get absent.

In the beginning I would thanks and acknowledge very helping Head Ms Soofia Shezad, very dedicated Tutor, Ms Sadaf and very bold and smart Tutor, Ms Marium for their continuous support and countless effort during the course. They really provided us a very good learning environment, where we were very comfortable. I would also like to thanks all my colleagues who were really very cooperative during the course. Last but not the least the domestic staff who provided us very good services during lunch break.

My whole hearted thanks to INTEL, for providing me a platform where I can prepare my own Action Plan for ICT curriculum of the 2nd Term, which will really help me become better teacher inshaAllah.


Ability is nothing without opportunity
don’t get absent.Ability is nothing without opportunity.”

Napoleon I, French Emperor


A presentation by ms aysha yasir

Conclusion: don’t get absent.As teachers we have to give our time and lot of burning effort to all our students. When we keep on doing things then it becomes our routine not a work or extra effort.


Feel the beauty in the sentence
Feel the beauty in the sentence: don’t get absent.

Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.


In the end you re measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish
In the end, you don’t get absent.’re measured not by how much you undertake but by what you finally accomplish.”

Donald Trump


Bibliography
Bibliography: don’t get absent.

* INTERNET

* COURSE BOOK IC TECH WIZARD

* TEACHERS GUIDE

* PGCC ASSIGNMENT

* INTEL TRAINING MANNUAL

*http://tcsgulshanjuniorf.pbworks.com/w/file/38758034/aysha%20certificate.doc


Appendices
APPENDICES don’t get absent.


Appendix 1
Appendix 1: don’t get absent.


Appendix 2
Appendix 2: don’t get absent.

Visit this link and view the ICT CURRICULUM:

http://tcsgulshanjuniorf.pbworks.com/w/browse/#view=ViewFolder&param=aysha%20yasir


Appendix 3
Appendix 3: don’t get absent.


Appendix 4
Appendix 4: don’t get absent.

ABCD of behavior

Level A: A for Anarchy

Anarchy is the lowest level of behavior. The word comes from Greek and literally means “without rule”. This level refers to absence of government, aimlessness and chaos.

e.g fighting in the class, not raising hand while answering, etc.

Level B: B for Bullying

Bullying is the level after anarchy. A student behaving at this level violates the courtesies of class operations and accepted standards. The bully attempts to become the ruler by making rules. We make our biggest mistake in not understanding the nature of the bully. If bullying prevails, irresponsible and provocative (aggressive) behavior will be repeated. e.g to boss or tease others, throwing rubber on each other, etc

Level C: C for Conformity

Conformity is the next level of behavior and is as essential for classroom decorum as it is for a civil society. No society can exists without some measure of conformity. The term means complying

(obeying) to cooperate with expected standards.

The key concept of Level C is that the motivation is external. The motivation comes because someone is monitoring, not on their own.

e.g class is quiet due to the teacher’s presence.

Level D: D for Democracy

Democracy is the highest level of behavior development, at this level motivation to be responsible is internal.

e.g class is quiet even in the teacher’s absence knowing the classroom norms.


Appendix 5
Appendix 5: don’t get absent.


Thank you for your patience
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE!! don’t get absent.


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