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  • 1. Evolution of Instructional Materials Design
    By Prof. Licda. Elizabeth Grandison
    www.egrandison57.blogspot.com
    Liceo La Alegría
  • 2. ResponsivenessThe publishers should reassure that all materials comply with the required standards.
    The Teacher´s Manual
    It should be practical and easy to use. It should also should be in alignment with the activities developed in class. Furthermore, it should have coverage, readability, the use of various methods, and the way to evaluate learning.
  • 3.
    • With the expansion of technology, even more specialization features, such as graphic design, photography and typefaces, have emerged.
    • 4. Visual Presentation: Such systems include program related add-ons, such as pre-built test and exercises, CD´s audiocassettes, and videodiscs.
    Technology Changes
  • 5. Challenges in Reviewing Content
    Are varied and numerous, including evaluating content that is controversial, inaccurate, or without scholarship, written by anonymous authors or misleading.
    Controversies:
    Controversy sometimes arises because of different beliefs about how best to approach a specific subject area.
    Inaccurate content: Materials often do not give topics the treatment they deserve, contain factual errors.
  • 6. Priority Area: Presentation
    A major part of presentation concerns how well student and teacher resources work together.
    Comprehensiveness of Student and teacher Resources
    These effective materials should be colorful, creative, understandable, easy to read, informative that will attracts the student´s attention during the teaching learning process.
  • 7. Alignment of Instructional Components
    All components of an instructional package must be align with each other, as well as with the curriculum.
  • 8. Introduction
    According to the author in the following presentation, he stated that Teacher should be practical and be in alignment with the instructional activities that they used in their classroom because this will make their lessons more meaningful. It is also important that teachers use different methods and ways to evaluate learning. Nevertheless, it is all the components mention above that makes the process a success.
  • 9. Educational Links Suggested
    www.eslcafe.com
    www.educatico.ed.cr
    www.worksheetlibrary.com
    www.templateswise.com
    www.englishteaching/forum-journal.htm