How to Run Class Discussion in Thailand during COVID-19 outbreak?
Cite this article as: Arunrangsiwed, P. (2020). How to Run Class Discussion in Thailand during COVID-19 outbreak? Retrieved from https://sw-eden.net/2020/04/08/class-discussion-thailand-covid-19/
The major instructor of this course, Animation, wrote in his teaching plan that in previous education year, the previous instructor suggested the next instructors to include the case studies into the lesson on class activities.
In this semester, I taught 4 Animation classes, 2 on Tuesday and 2 on Thursday. I gave 6 case studies for each two. This is because this could prevent students form Thursday classes to copy the analysis and case summary from students on Tuesday classes. This means they got 12 cases in total.
I recorded my voice to describe the given assignment. Students from both Tuesday and Thursday classes were asked to listen to all 12 cases. During the class, the task of my students is to analyze and summary the case, and ask five open-ended questions to their friends. This activity allowed students to express their opinions. They could both agree or disagree. Their answers would be correct as long as the students could give the supporting reasons.
Between the middle of March until the end of April 2020, all classes need to be done online due to COVID-19 crisis. I did not do the video conference for the case study assignment.
I asked my students to post their case summary on Facebook events I created. They also needed to post 5 open-ended questions and other friends from other groups would come to see and post the answers in comment part.
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