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Goal Directed Instructional Design Plan

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This lesson plan is a goal-directed instructional design plan based on doing research in a high school English course. 
Material Type: ePortfolio
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: November 05, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: December 12, 2012
Submitter: Emily Mullins
Keywords: lesson plan, research, English, sources


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Avatar for Christopher Munn
2 years ago

Christopher Munn (Teacher (K-12))

This is an excellent lesson focusing on an essential skill in this information age. As students are inundated with information, they need to be taught how to discern and sort through all the noise. Doing online research well is crucial to their academic and career success. This lesson should be a requirement for every high school student, and could even be repeated to emphasize its importance. It is a great way to start a research project.

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Time spent reviewing site: 10 minutes
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Avatar for nichole plank
2 years ago

nichole plank (Teacher (K-12))

This lesson would be a good starter, introductory lesson to any major project.  

Avatar for S P
2 years ago

S P (Librarian)

This lesson is designed to help students develop a deeper understanding of authoritative research resources on which to base their writing.  The lesson involves quintessential bibliographic instruction activities and librarians and media specialists will be delighted to deliver and/or play a critical support role in delivering this content.  Students are challenged to make use of their media center, media specialist, and the high quality online research resources available to them.  

Avatar for Jason Simpson
2 years ago

Jason Simpson (Teacher (K-12))

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.

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Time spent reviewing site: Approximately 10 minutes reviewing lesson