Goal-directed Instructional Design Plan - Learn about past PresidentsAuthor - Kendra Voris
A problem or a need
– there must be a problem of practice or an educational need thatshould be addressed during the lesson.The educational need that would be addressed during the lesson is the knowledge of learningabout our past presidents so that they will be more aware and better understand politics andour presidents in the present and future.
A real-world performance
– how the learning objective fit into a real-world activity orneed.When the students are in the real world and information is brought up about past presidents orpolitics they will be knowledgeable and be able to participate in the discussion. They will alsobe able to relate better when their is political discussion about past history. They will also beable to make better informed decisions when it comes to voting. The presenting of the subjectmatter will also give them public speaking skills they will come in handy later in life.
An instructional objective
– the objectives are based on the final outcome, activity ortest. These objectives will each be different for the four types of knowledge;
recalling facts, identifying examples of concepts
Students will each receive a president to research that they will then have to present to the class and teach them the information that they have learned.
They will present the subject matter by using some sort of technology that is it interesting, fun and keeps the other students attention.
A set of essential content
– the basic ideas and skills that will allow the learner tocomplete the task or understand the content.The six principles of goal-directed instructional design, additional areas: motivation,socialization, the audience and technology needs as discussed by Yelon, will be explored. Theskill that will be graded is the ability to present a memorable presentation.
An evaluation consisting of a test or observation
– an assessment, observation orproduct showing that the objectives can be accomplished in the real-world setting.The activities that will be used for evaluation are:●A student evaluations of each presentation on how well they thought the studentpresented, if the subject matter was memorable, and to list 3 things they learned.●A quiz bowl type of lesson will be given to see how much information the studentsretained from the presentations.
A method to help participants learn
– the method to deliver the content; a lesson.The method to deliver the content would be by the student presentations and then reiterated
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