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Human Factor

Learner Factor
Individual Differences

Computer Mediated
Materials
Printed and Duplicated
Materials

Textbook

Attention Span

Workbook

Number of Learners

Manual

11 Commandments of
MS Powerpoint

Moderate Animation

Dont Read Much

Acknowledgment

No Mini-Lecture

Enough Content
Right Font Size

Module
Assessment

Cost
Effectiveness

Portability

Communica
tion

Presentation

Utility

Correctness

Responsibness

Diversity

Authentic

Breadth

Development

Simplicity

Meaningful
ness

Content

Variety and
Diversity

Purpose

Reference

Instructional
Method
Practical
Constraints

Non-Projected Display
Materials
Still-Projected Display
Materials

Process

Interest

Uncomplicated Content

Worktext

Practice

Effective Background

Purpose

Physical Disabilities
Teacher Factor

Back-up

Clearly
Defined
Objective
Flexibility

Audio Materials

Availability
Objectives
Resources

Video Materials

Time

Whole Language Approach

Communicative Approach

Natural Approach

CONCEPT MAP
Guidelines for Effective
Preparation
of Instructional Materials
By Raymund C. Francia

Guidelines for
Effective
Preparation of
Instructional
Materials

Theories