The improvement of teaching and learning in the course “Da’wah roduction in electronic media” through scripts and hosting

Muhamad Faisal Ashaari, Rosmawati Mohd Rasit, Mohd Irdha Mokhtar, Razaleigh Muhamad Kawangit, Badlihisham Mohd Nasir

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“Da’wah Production in the Electronic Media” is a course taught to the second year student at the Department of Da’wah and Leadership, The National University of Malaysia. This course concerns mainly with the production on the television related to da’wah. Reflecting to the rapid development of new media, since the second semester of the year 2010, this course has shifted its focus to the production in the YouTube. It covers the production of a documentary of the real issues in the society related to the interests of Islam. This new focus of teaching and learning (T&L) nurtures students with four skills, namely video recording, using software for editing footage, choosing the relevant issues, script writing and lastly the hosting. Indeed, the effort to nurture all these skills in a semester and within a subject is truly challenging. Thus, this course has focused extensively on learning by doing for three skills; video recording, software editing and choosing issues. Meanwhile, for two other skills, namely script writing and hosting, the T&L is by giving examples and guidelines at the beginning of the semester. Based on the study of the students of the second semester, year 2012/2013, it is found that 72% of students are satisfied with the current approach while the 28% have a view that a close attention and guide is more needed including for script writing and hosting. Indeed, the skill is a tacit knowledge that is hard to be nurtured only through reading and listening, but it needs a good understanding and continuous practice. This finding indirectly indicates inability of one-third student to nurture those skills by themselves.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)666-672
Number of pages7
JournalTurkish Online Journal of Educational Technology
Volume2015
StatePublished - 2015

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