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ANNUAL TEACHER
S
REFRESHER TRAINING
SUMMER
-
2011


ACTION PLAN



BY



MRS. GHAZALA FARHEEN

DMHS.7


TOPIC

)
VIII
-
CLASS
(
L STUDIES
SOCIA

COMMUNICATION

OF

MEANS


(LONG TERM)

EARNING OBECTIVES
L

.To inculcate 21
st

century skills in students

such as active learning, 4
c’s,

social media

and ICT.



.To

enable students to acquire skills in
analysing and resolving problems
.





(SHORT TERM)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

.To develop a better understanding
among students
about the importance
and necessity
of modern means of
communication .

.To enhance the communication skills of
students to enable them
to use these skills
for the exchange of information and
effective communication with the world.

.To encourage collaboration among
students by assigning group

activities such
as

discussions,research work,preparing
analytical reports and projects.






SYNOPSIS

.
Modern means of communication

.
Telephone

.
Fax



.
C
omputer

.
R
adio

.
Television








CNROAEIOCTNST ROASOUTCUR SNI

OSRAR



Subject topic

21
ST

CENTURY
APPROCHES

MODES
/STRATEGY


21
st

CENTURY
SKILLS

Day One

1.

Evolution of Means of
Communication

2.

Telephone, Fax


Activity based
learning

Pair and Share (
Discussion ) Strategy
to foster for c’ s skills

Critical Thinking ,
Collaboration,
Problems Solving

Day Two

3.


Computer, Internet,
Email



inquiry based
Learning

A video about means
of communication
will be shown



Directing Skills,
Collaborative
Skills, Critical
Thinking

Day Three


4.

Radio ,TV

Active
Learning

Group Discussion

Directing Skills,
Intervening Skills,
Developing higher
order thinking

Day Four


5.

Worksheets

Snitr T evctcA

Worksheets will be
given to evaluate
students Learning

Critical Thinking
and Creativity

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COVERAGE OF THE TO
PIC

(DAY
-
1)


SUB . TOPIC : EVOLU
TION OF MEANS OF COMMUNICATION


TELEPHONE , FAX


MEANS OF COMMUNICATIONS



The resources used for transfer of information and exchange of
messages are called means of communication. The
important means of
communication are telephone,computer,T.V,radio,internet, email, fax
etc.


TELEPHONE

The
telephone

(from the Greek: τ

λε,
tēle
,"far" and φωνή,
phōnē
, "voice"),
often colloquially referred to as a
phone
, is telecommunications device that
t
ransmits and receives sound, most commonly the human voice. Telephones
are a point
-
to
-
point communication system whose most basic function is to
allow two people separated by large distances to talk to each other. It is one
of the most common appliances i
n the developed world, and has long been


Indispensible to businesses, households and Governments.

IMPACT OF TELEPHONE

The telephone has made communication more efficient and faster since it
was first developed. There is no doubt that it has made a
dramatic impact on
writing and teaching.

The telephone has transformed societies social behavior by changing the way
we communicate with each other. The telephone has fostered a whole host
of new inventions, both the cellular phone and the internet are a r
esult of
the telephone system

"The human voice carries too far as it is.. and now you fellows come along
and seek to complicate matters...” “MARK TWAIN “


FAX

Facsimile comes from the Latin word Fac simile, which translates to make
similar. Traditional

Facsimile systems are unique as They communicate image
Information, rather than audio or data.

Edward Davy invented the first practical facsimile machine in 1837, but
abandoned the invention shortly thereafter. Alexander Bain, a Scottish
clockmaker, reviv
ed the concept in 1846.


FAX APPLICATIONS

Facsimile technology has been designed to transmit documents like letter, an
invoice, a blue print, a photograph.

*

Numerous sales oriented enterprises now rely heavily on fax broad cast
systems, in place of more

traditional direct mail or other forms of mail.

*

Fax Over IP(FOIP) can transmit and receive pre digitized documents at
near real time speed using TTU.T.recommendations T.38 to send digitized
images over an IP network.








MOTIVATIONAL QUESTIONS

Following questions will be asked To check the previous knowledge
of the students

Q1 what is communication ? (remembering)

Q2 List the old means of communication . ( remembering)

Q3 How do you communicate with your friends ? explain that

way of communication (understanding)


CLASS ACTIVITY

After explanation of the topic class will be divided in to groups to
discuss the old and modern means of communication
and share their
ideas and analysis

HOME WORK ASSIGNMENT

Students will

write down a note explaining the working of telephone
and fax (understanding)

LEARNING OUTCOME

Students will develop skills like critical thinking, collaboration and
communication
through group discussions .

DAY TWO

SUB. TOPIC: COMPUTER, INTERNET, EMAIL

MOTIVATIONAL QUESTIONS

Q1
Define computer ( remembering)

Q2 what does internet stand for ? ( remembering)


COMPUTER

A
computer

is a programmable machine designed to
sequentia
lly and automatically carry out a sequence of
arithmetic or logical operations. The particular sequence of
operations can be changed readily, allowing the computer to
solve more than one kind of problem.


INTERNET

The
Internet

is a global system of interconnected
computer networks that use the standard Internet
Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users
worldwide. It is a
network of networks

that consists of
millions of private, public, academic, business, and
governmen
t networks, of local to global scope, that are
linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless and optical
networking technologies.


INTERNET APPLICATIONS


Most traditional communications media including telephone,
music, film, and television are reshaped
or redefined by the
Internet, giving birth to new services such as Voice over
Internet Protocol (VoIP) and IPTV.

*

Newspaper, book and other print publishing are adapting
to Web site technology, or are reshaped into blogging and
web feeds

*
The Internet has

enabled or accelerated new forms of
human interactions through instant messaging, Internet
forums, and social networking.

EMAIL

Electronic mail
, commonly called
email

or
e
-
mail
, is a
method of exchanging digital messages from an author to
one o
r more recipients. Modern email operates across the
Internet or other
computer

networks. Today's email
systems are based on a store
-
and
-

forward model. Email
servers accept, forward, deliver and store messages. Neither
the users nor their computers a
re required to be online
simultaneously; they need connect only briefly, typically to
an email server, for as long as it takes to send or receive
messages.

EMAIL APPLICATIONS



*
E
-
mail traditionally has been text oriented, but


now it is often appended with

binary ,audio, video


and image files.

* E
-
mail has become essential for the conduct of


business.

*

It is virtually universal, having found its way in to wide
spread consumer use through on line information service,
connected via the internet and mail gate ways, which serve
as protocol converters.

CLASS ACTIVITY


A Video will be shown abou
t the evolution of means of
communication to the class and students will be asked such
questions which require higher order thinking


HOME WORK ASSIGNMENT

Q1 Calculate the advantages of internet (application)

Q2 Choose any one of the means of communi
cation shown
in the video and write down three positive and three
negative impacts of that on humans (analysis). Use internet
to provide accurate information

Q3

How might our lives be different if that mean of
communication never existed (evaluation)

LEARNING OUTCOME

Students will develop higher order thinking and ICT skills

DAY THREE

SUB . TOPIC: RADIO TV

MOTIVATIONAL QUESTION

Q1 Who invented radio ? ( remembering)


RADIO

Radio

is the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic
waves

with frequencies below those of visible light. Electromagnetic
radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that
pass through the air and the vacuum of space. Information is carried
by systematically changing (modulating) some property

of the
radiated waves, such as amplitude, frequency, phase, or pulse width.


USES OF RADIO

Today, radio takes many forms, including wireless networks and
mobile communications of all types, as well as radio broadcasting

*

Commercial radio broadcasts incl
ude not only news and music, but
dramas, comedies, variety shows, and many other forms of
Entertainment


*

TETRA, Terrestrial Trunked Radio is a digital cell phone system
for military, police and ambulances. Commercial services such as
XM, World Spa
ce and Sirius offer encrypted digital Satellite radio.




TV

Television

(
TV
) is a telecommunication medium for transmitting and
receiving moving images that can be monochromatic (shades of grey)
or multicolored. Images are usually accompanied by sound.
"
Television" may also refer specifically to a television set, television
programming, television transmission.





USES OF TELEVISON

It makes it possible for us to see what is happening far away. In our
homes we watch on television, films or events taking
place in
other cities, countries and other continents.


*

Television can be used to teach uneducated people. we can
present on TV educational programmers of different categories.


*

Television motivates the learners by attracting him/her an
d
increases the interest in the learning process


CLASS ACTIVITY

Class discussions will be held about tv and radio and following
questions will be asked to assess students knowledge

Q1 What is teleconferencing ? ( remembering)

Q2 explain the radio t
ransmission (understanding)

Q3 How can we use telecommunication technology effectively for
the medical field ? (application)


Learning outcome

Students will be able to apply the acquired knowledge in their daily
life






W
ORK
S
HEET
N
O
.

1



Q1.

Fill
in the blanks: 2
nd

Level (Comprehension)


1.

The old source of different signs through which the message is sent is called
__________________.


2.

Alexander Graham bell invented the telephone in _______________.


3.

The key attraction of internet is _____________.


4.

The cheaper and easier way to transmit text and graphics our long distance
is __________________.


5.

__________________ invented a system with the help of which electrical
waves could be sent in the air.


Q2.

Answer the following question.


QI.

Define facsimile transmission ? 2
nd

Level (Comprehension).


QII.

Which is the most speedy way of sending text messages to far flung areas ?
2
nd

Level (Comprehension).


QIII.

Explain the technology used by computers

to provide a transmission link
for the delivery of multimedia services ? (Comprehension).


QIV.

What are the advantages of using computer? (Application)


QV.

Draw a series of diagrams illustrating telephone networking (Application)


QVI.

Interpret the i
nternet and its uses. (Application)


W
ORK
S
HEET
N
O
.

2

H
OME
W
ORK
A
SSIGNMENT



Q1.

Answer the following questions.


QI.

Compare the old means of communication with the present one and write
down the differences between the two (Analyzing)


QII.

The modern means of communication have turned the world into a global
village. Analyze this statement (Analyzing)


QIII.

Analyze the system of internet (Analyzing)


QIV.

Which modern mean of communication do you think is the most effective
way of communi
cation? Support you answer with reasons. (Evaluating)


QV.

No country can make progress until and unless its means of communication
are fully developed. Justify this verdict. (Evaluating)


QVI.

Give your opinion about the growing use of telecommunication

technology
in our lives (Evaluating)


QVII.

Prepare a research report about the growing use of internet by the children
and teenagers (Creating).


QVIII. Design a telecommunicational device which can help you in your home
work (Creating)


QIX.

Make an album showing pictures of means of communication of future age
downloaded from internet (Creating).


HOW WOULD I FACE THE POSSIBLE CHALLENGES?



CHALLENGES

SOLUTIONS

1. Due to unforeseen holidays I may not
be able to complete my scheduled lesson
plan.

I will arrange extra classes to complete
my action plan.

Research work might be a problem for
those students who don’t have computer
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CONCLUSION


1.

Postal service, telephone, facsimile or fax, radio, television, satellite and
internet are important means of communication.


2.

Internet is a giant network of thousands of regional computer or networks
spread out around the globe and interconnected with one another.


3.

Modern means of communication have united all the countries of the world
into one whole and all the nations into

one community.


4.

The modern means of communication play a dominant role in political and
social life of the citizens and trade, commerce and economy of the country.