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Goal Directed Instructional Design Plan

Rating: 5 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12)), Dec 09, 2012

This goal-directed lesson plan is focused on teaching students how to determine whether or not an internet source is creditable or not. This was clearly stated under the section titled problem/need. The lesson plan walks users through specific steps on how to use the lesson plan. The plan itself provides students with several ways to access the information being taught by using different forms of teaching. The students are taught a concept, misconceptions are corrected through assessment and discussion and then a constructive on project is facilitated.

Technical Remarks:

No technical issues to report

Time spent reviewing site: Approximately 10 minutes reviewing lesson