Wednesday 11 October 2023

SSS - Session for Teachers - Language and Social Science

IITE organised - Training Session for Sainik School Teachers [Language and Social Science]

The steps for your project work

 1. Topic Selection:

   - Identify the subject or area for which you want to create a lesson plan and educational content.

 2. Content Creation:

   - Prompt ChatGPT to generate content for the selected topic. This content can include text, explanations, examples, and illustrations.

3. Worksheet Preparation:

   - Prompt ChatGPT to create a worksheet with a variety of question types, such as Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs), Cloze tests, Assertion-Reason questions, and reading comprehension exercises related to the chosen topic.

 4. Video Lesson Script:

   - Instruct ChatGPT to draft a script for your video lesson. This script should outline the content that will be covered in the video, including any visuals or demonstrations.

 5. Video Production:

   - Shoot the video based on the script. Ensure that you have appropriate equipment, lighting, and sound quality.

   - Edit the video to enhance its quality, add graphics, and make any necessary corrections.

 6. YouTube Upload:

   - Create a YouTube channel if you do not already have one.

   - Upload the edited video to your YouTube channel with an engaging title, description, and relevant tags.

 7. Lesson Plan Completion (Option 1):

   - Visit the website

   - Sign up for an account if you do not have one.

   - Find your uploaded video on

   - Use the platform's tools to create a comprehensive lesson plan around your video, including learning objectives, discussion questions, and additional resources.

 8. Online Test/Quiz Creation (Option 2):

   - Create a Google Form for conducting an online test or quiz related to the topic.

   - Add questions from the worksheet created earlier to the Google Form.

   - Set up the form to collect responses and automatically grade the quiz.

 9. Share the lesson plan through blog

- Prepare a blog

- Give link of the lesson plan/s

 By following these steps, you will have successfully created educational content, a video lesson, and the option to engage learners either through a comprehensive lesson plan on or an online quiz using Google Forms.

Creating a video lesson based on the provided grammar worksheet can be a great way to engage your students. Here's a script that you can use to shoot your video lesson:


Title: Mastering English Grammar - Video Lesson

Opening Shot: Introduction

[You on camera, welcoming the viewers with enthusiasm]

Host: "Hello, everyone! Welcome to today's video lesson, where we're going to dive into the fascinating world of English grammar. Whether you're a student, a teacher, or just someone looking to brush up on their grammar skills, this video is for you."

[Transition to Part A: Multiple Choice Questions]

Part A: Multiple Choice Questions

[On-screen text displays the question with options]

Host: "Let's start with some Multiple Choice Questions to test your knowledge of the different parts of speech. Feel free to pause the video and think about your answers before we reveal the correct choices."

[As each question is displayed, the host reads it aloud]

Q1: "Which of the following is a pronoun?"
   A. Run
   B. Cat
   C. He
   D. Quickly

Q2: "What is the verb in the sentence: 'She sang a beautiful song'?"
   A. She
   B. Sang
   C. Beautiful
   D. Song

Q3: "Identify the adverb in the sentence: 'He spoke softly.'"
   A. He
   B. Spoke
   C. Softly
   D. Spoke softly

Q4: "Which word is an adjective in the sentence: 'The tall, green tree swayed in the wind'?"
   A. The
   B. Tall
   C. Tree
   D. Swayed

Q5: "In the sentence, 'John and Jane went to the market,' what part of speech is 'and'?"
   A. Noun
   B. Verb
   C. Pronoun
   D. Conjunction

[Transition to Part B: Assert-Reason Questions]

Part B: Assert-Reason Questions

[On-screen text displays the assert-reason questions]

Host: "Now, let's move on to some Assert-Reason questions. For each of these, I'll present you with an assertion and a reason. You need to determine whether the reason correctly explains the assertion or not."

[As each question is displayed, the host reads it aloud]

Q6: "Assertion: An adverb describes how an action is performed.
   Reason: Adverbs modify nouns and pronouns."

Q7: "Assertion: A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
   Reason: Nouns are always followed by adjectives."

[Transition to Part C: Close Test]

Part C: Close Test

[On-screen text displays the sentences with blanks]

Host: "Lastly, we'll wrap up with a Close Test. You'll need to fill in the blanks with the appropriate words to complete the sentences. Don't worry; we'll go over the correct answers together."

[As each sentence is displayed, the host reads it aloud]

Q8: "I enjoy _______ books in my free time."

Q9: "The _______ dog barked loudly at the mailman."

Q10: "She sings _______ in the school choir."

Q11: "The teacher _______ explained the complex math problem."

Q12: "He was _______ excited to receive the award."

[Closing Segment]

Host: "That concludes our video lesson on English grammar. I hope you found it helpful in understanding the various parts of speech, testing your knowledge, and practicing with the Close Test. If you have any questions or want to discuss any of the answers, please feel free to leave a comment below. And don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more educational content."

[Closing shot of the host, waving goodbye]

Host: "Thank you for joining us today. Happy learning!"


Feel free to customize and elaborate on the script as needed. Adding visuals, explanations, and examples can make the video lesson even more engaging and informative for your students.

Aligning the sample worksheet and video script with Bloom's Taxonomy will help ensure that your lesson addresses various cognitive skills. Here are the objectives and learning outcomes based on Bloom's Taxonomy:

Worksheet and Video Lesson Objectives:

1. Knowledge (Remembering):
   - Recognize and identify the different parts of speech.
   - Recall the definitions and roles of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and conjunctions.

2. Comprehension (Understanding):
   - Understand the function of adverbs and adjectives in sentences.
   - Interpret and differentiate between various parts of speech.
   - Explain the role of conjunctions in connecting words, phrases, and clauses.

3. Application (Applying):
   - Apply knowledge of grammar rules to solve multiple-choice questions.
   - Utilize assert-reason questions to demonstrate a deeper understanding of grammar concepts.
   - Complete the Close Test with appropriate words to construct grammatically correct sentences.

4. Analysis (Analyzing):
   - Analyze sentences to determine the correct part of speech for individual words.
   - Evaluate whether the provided reasons in assert-reason questions correctly explain the assertions.

5. Synthesis (Creating):
   - Construct well-formed sentences that incorporate different parts of speech.
   - Combine grammar knowledge to express ideas clearly and effectively in both multiple-choice and Close Test questions.

6. Evaluation (Evaluating):
   - Assess your own understanding of English grammar by checking your answers against the correct solutions.
   - Review and critique your performance on assert-reason questions.

Learning Outcome:

Upon completing this worksheet and video lesson, students will be able to:

- Recognize and correctly identify the different parts of speech in sentences.
- Understand the roles and functions of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and conjunctions in context.
- Apply their grammar knowledge to solve multiple-choice questions, assert-reason questions, and complete close test exercises accurately.
- Analyze sentences to determine the appropriate part of speech for each word.
- Construct grammatically sound sentences and articulate explanations for their choices.
- Evaluate their own grammar comprehension and make improvements based on self-assessment.

By aligning your objectives and learning outcomes with Bloom's Taxonomy, you ensure that your worksheet and video lesson cover a range of cognitive skills, promoting a deeper understanding of English grammar among your students.