Instructional Component

1. Pre-instructional activities
a. Motivating the
their attention
b. Informing the
learners of the
lesson objectives or
Informing the
learner of what
they already need
to know to be
successful in this
lesson (i.e.
prerequisite skills)

Instructional Plan

Media Choice




Flash Animation/
PowerPoint (with
screenshots of
Facebook pages and

The student will download an activity handout showing how they
can use Facebook profiles.
In the Class Lounge Discussion Forum students will comment on
what important information should be listed, and what the
unimportant and embarrassing information should be left out of
their profiles. The instructor will share a fun, relatable story about
how someone got into an embarrassing position regarding the
information on his or her profile.


In the Home Discussion Forum the instructor will  inquire why
everyone wishes to join Facebook to build rapport, and then discuss
the benefits of being part of it (networking, finding old friends,
keeping in touch), as well as the cautions (too much information
Enabling objectives:
By giving an introductory flash animation/powerpoint.

the learners will be able to generate discussion on the benefits
of using social networks and in particular Facebook in their
personal lives.
the learners will be able to understand the use of social
networks and in particular Facebook’s features.
the learners will be able to generate an object by drawing it in
flash stage using pencil tool by once.
the learners will be able to understand Facebook’s role in
initiating and maintaining contact with old and new


2. Content presentation
a. Presenting the
content to be
learned (i.e.
stimulus material)
b. Guiding the
learners as they
are presented with
the content

the learners will be able to identify any particular
requirements/needs they require to move on to the next lesson
( entry level).



Stimulus materials include: a video tutorial; a downloadable
handout/step-by-step checklist.

Flash Animation/

The student  will engage in interactive learning by following stepby-step procedures in the video tutorial and/or the handout.

Video tutorial

They will sign up, sign in and sign out of a Facebook account using
the following procedures:
1. Learning Step/Activity 1: Connect to the Facebook webpage
(Enter the following web address into the url bar:

CD-Course ROM

marshall). wall.  The learner The Instructor After the learners finish create their Facebook account they should send to the instructor and class members. notes. their facebook account name (E.facebook. newsfeed. 3. Select Logout). Assessment a.g. Visual Cue: successful log out results in the Facebook log in screen. Correct definitions expected are such as these:  profile: a Facebook page      friend: someone who can see your complete profile poke: to invite someone to become a friend wall: the profile location where visitors can leave messages newsfeed: an update of what you're doing right now notes: your thoughts and opinions.e. poke.facebook. the instructor can visit the Page and then give them constructive and corrective feedback on their work so far. Learner participation a. Sex. Learning Step/Activity 3: Click on the Sign Up button and answer the Security check question Note: These are the minimum steps necessary to establish a Facebook account. Birthdate). network. friend.g. www. This assignment not for the assessment but just for practice and to highlight any further assistance the learner will require.  Provide readymade tutorial by handout. enter Email address and Password).  Provide learners with study guide (aids) e.2. Visual Cue: Successful log in will display personal account ACTIVITY B: 3. Email address.g. Name. left click on the Account tab. Tests and other assessments to see if anything has been learned as a result of this lesson The lesson will be ended with a self-test that contains multiple choice and/or True or False and/or Matching questions. Password. In the blue Facebook menu bar. transcript of tutorial Learning Step/Activity 4: Log out successfully of Facebook (In the blue Facebook menu bar. 4. similar to a blog Self Tests are not for grading purposes per se but used to give the The instructor The learners On-line post-test Handout of Terms and Definitions .  Inform learner about the help option in Facebook. using the mouse. 4. Learners will be given the opportunity to provide definitions of Facebook terms such as: profile. Learning Step/Activity 5: Log in successfully to Facebook (Connect to http://www. Giving the learner opportunities for practice (i. ACTIVITY B When the learners send their facebook account name to ACTIVITY A The learner will given a short requirement after they finish learn steps and then send it to the instructor. eliciting the performance) b.  Answer each learner’s questions for any step as they send them via email or the Q&A Discussion section. You should now verify successful creation by attempting to log out and log back in. Learning Step/Activity 2: Create a Facebook account by entering the required information on the Facebook startup screen (e. Giving the learner feedback during practice Instructor can review each learner’s activities as he/she and provide help and feedback to them by. 5.

Follow-through activities a. That person would be joined as a Friend in the next session. Activities to help learners transfer their learning to other contexts ACTIVITY A Memory aids for retention will accessible of the accompany CDROM and will include:  Video tutorial (How to create a Facebook Account)  Video transcript (How to create a Facebook Account)  Checklist (How to create a Facebook Account)  Step-by-Step Handout (How to create a Facebook Account)  PowerPoint presentation (An Introduction to Social Networks & Facebook) ACTIVITY B The learners will assist a family member in creating a Facebook account. Memory aids for retention b. 5. CD-ROM .learner and the instructor an idea of what learning took place and what learning needs attention.