Answer the following questions by Wednesday at midnight and respond to two of your peers in 150 words each by Sunday at midnight 1. How do you explain the play’s title? In what ways….
complete the Planning For Your Module sections with these subtopics: Content Description Method of Evaluation, Development Plan, and Project Standards.
Based upon the knowledge gap identified in the needs assessment and the decision to develop a stand-alone, self-contained learning module, an Instructional Design Document (IDD) is created. The purpose of the Design Document is to provide a single source repository of the module’s design and development process. It provides a comprehensive and complete presentation of all of the content to be included in the module and documents the detailed expectations to include all of the applicable instructional components. A design document typically accompanies the storyboard and includes, but is not limited to, the following items: Instructional goal; instructional objectives, instructional content, audio and/or video narration (if required to support the learning objectives), instructional strategies, learner interactivity events, learner assessment, facilitation/feedback strategies/methodologies, or technical specifications.
For this assignment, use the Instructional Design Document Worksheet here to complete the Planning For Your Module sections with these subtopics: Content Description Method of Evaluation, Development Plan, and Project Standards.
Note: The IDD worksheet is for use as an aid in creating your IDD. The deliverable should be a completed IDD done in APA format. The first half of the IDD is submitted in the Unit 2 IP. The final half of the IDD is submitted in the Unit 3 IP.
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