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These elements apply to most kinds of materials (see p 34 above), but you will need to adapt them to the particular kind of materials you are developing. Elements of a topic Each topic has a beginning, a middle, and an end, or • an introduction, which places the topic in its context and gives students a sense of direction; • the body of the topic, which includes information, readings and activities you provide; and • a conclusion, which helps students consolidate what they have learnt. A topic may therefore have some or all of the following elements: Part Element Introduction • Introduction • Objectives • Relating the topic to existing knowledge The body of the topic • • • • Conclusion • Summary (and if necessary a link to the next topic).
By clearly defining your goals, you will have a clearer sense of: • what you are wanting to achieve through your materials; • what students will be able to learn through them; • the teaching strategies and methods you should be employing; • the assessment tasks that should be embedded in the materials; and • the nature of the materials required. Levels of learning goals Learning goals can be described at various levels of specificity. At the level of a whole subject, it may be appropriate to define a single statement of purpose for the subject, along with a number of aims.
Types of materials Determine the kinds of materials required, for example: • a guide to existing materials (eg text books); • edited cases; • a guide for student activity and reflection. Use of materials Plan how students will use the materials, for example: • in individual study; • independent small group learning; • field work; • classroom activities. Managing the design and development process • Identify management expectations. • Identify available and required resources for the project. • Involve all appropriate people at the earliest appropriate time.