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 ed.ted.com.
- Sign up for an account if you do not have one.
- Find your uploaded video on ed.ted.com.
- 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 ed.ted.com or an online quiz using Google Forms.