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تاذ بكتابة بحث من 750 – 1000 كلمة في موضوع من موضوعات المساق مع مراعاة التوثيق والأمانة العلمية، وتكون درجته الكلية عشر درجات. | حلقة النقاش – آلية التنفيذ | | - يقسم الأستاذ الصف إلي أربع مجموعات ويوزع حلقات النقاش علي المجموعات. - يجتمع الأستاذ مع كل مجموعة قبل موعد الحلقة بفترة كافية بحيث يتم الاتفاق علي الإطار العام للحلقة وعناصرها.- يتم توزيع عناصر الحلقة علي الطالبات بحيث تغطي كل منهن عنصراً.- يقوم طالبات كل مجموعة باختيار منسقة من بينهن بحيث تكون حلقة الوصل بين الأستاذ والطالبات، وتدير الحلقة النقاشية في الصف. - تحصل المنسقة علي علامة واحدة إضافية مقابل قيامها بمجهود أكبر . | المشاركة الصفية | 15 | - تتضمن أشكالاً متعددة منها: توجيه أسئلة للأستاذ أو لطلاب يعرضون تقاريرهم في الصف، الرد علي أسئلة يطرحها الأستاذ أو طلاب آخرون، طرح أفكار تثري النقاشات والحوارات داخل الصف (ست درجات)- الالتزام بآداب الصف : ويتضمن الحرص علي الحضور في الموعد - عدم استخدام الهاتف أو اللاب توب داخل الصف – عدم الانخراط في أحاديث جانبية ...إلخ (أربع درجات) | عرض كتاب عن دولة الإمارات – معايير التقييم | 10 | - منذ بداية الفصل الدراسي ، يكلف الأستاذ الطالبات بأن تقوم كل منهن باختيار كتاب يتناول موضوعاً أو قضية تتعلق بدولة الإمارات.- تحضر الطالبة الكتاب للأستاذ أو صورة من الغلاف والفهرس.- تقوم الطالبة بكتابة عرض نقدي للكتاب يتضمن ملخصاَ في حدود 300 كلمة، وملاحظات الطالبة وانطباعاتها عنه في حدود 200 كلمة. - تقدم الطالبة عرضاً موجزاً للكتاب في الصف في حدود خمس دقائق.- يفضل تمرير عروض الكتب أثناء شرح ومناقشة فصول الكتاب ، حيث يتم عرض الكتب ذات الصلة بموضوع الفصل.- تقدم الطالبة للأستاذ مسودة لعرض الكتاب بحيث يراجعها ويسجل عليها ملاحظاته. - تُوزع الدرجات العشر المخصصة لعرض الكتاب علي النحو التالي: 1. خمس درجات لجودة الأفكار والمعلومات والتنظيم. 2. درجتان لأسلوب الكتابة وسلامة اللغة. 3. ثلاث درجات للعرض في الصف من زاوية الكفاءة في توصيل الأفكار ، وأسلوب العرض، وسلامة اللغة. |

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