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Chapter 06

  1. 1. Basic Teaching Skills for Career Education Instructors<br />Program Review, Development, and Lesson Planning<br />
  2. 2. Planning Concepts and Preliminary Analysis<br />A properly developed program will result in an orderly and systematic process of education that ensures students progress satisfactorily and achieve program objectives<br />
  3. 3. Preliminary analysis of the programs, course objectives and goals, lesson plans, and scheduling must be done before teaching can take place<br />
  4. 4. Steps for Developing a Course of Study<br />Determine resources for course content<br />Obtain review information<br />List essential tasks and topics<br />Sort the topics and tasks<br />
  5. 5. Sequence the subject categories<br />Allocate time for each subject area<br />Identify units of instruction<br />Allocate time for each unit of instruction<br />Steps for Developing a Course of Study (cont’d)<br />
  6. 6. Develop a course outline or syllabus<br />Develop lesson plans<br />Develop method of student evaluation<br />Develop a comprehensive schedule<br />Develop an orientation program<br />Steps for Developing a Course of Study (cont’d)<br />
  7. 7. Advisory Council/Curriculum Committee<br />Comprised of school owners, directors, educators, graduates and employers of graduates, representatives of trade organizations or regulatory agencies, <br />and other industry professionals<br />
  8. 8. Purpose of the Committee<br />To identify and assign priority to subject matter and skills that need to be taught<br />To help assign relative importance to subject matter<br />To bring their own experience, education, and additional resources<br />To aid in outcomes assessment and developing plans for improvement<br />
  9. 9. Instructional Outcomes<br />Outcome: goal, aim, objective; result or consequence<br />Goals are established for various levels within the course development process<br />1. for overall course of study<br />2. for each subject or category of study<br />3. for each lesson plan found in a unit of study<br />
  10. 10. Objectives and Examples<br />Course Goal<br /><ul><li>To apply learned theory, technical information, and related matter to ensure sound judgments, decisions, and procedures</li></li></ul><li>Subject or Category Outcome - Business Management (specific to general subject matter)<br /><ul><li>Enable the student to apply the fundamentals of business management, operations, and laws and regulations governing the business</li></ul>Objectives and Examples (cont’d)<br />
  11. 11. Instructional Objective (specific to daily lesson)<br /><ul><li>Instructional Objective (specific to daily lesson)
  12. 12. Enable the student to:</li></ul>1. Identify financial considerations of operating a business<br />2. Explain the importance of maintaining accurate business records<br />3. Describe the importance of laws and regulations governing the business<br />Objectives and Examples (cont’d)<br />
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  14. 14. The Three Domains<br />Cognitive domain - acquisition of knowledge<br />Affective domain - the development of an attitude or value as it relates to the subject matter<br />Psychomotor domain – skilldevelopment as it relates to the performance of a specific task or activity<br />

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