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Course design

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DEVI S G 15220121
FILLY ARFLIDA 15220191
RENI MULYANI 15220208

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Is the process an instructor must go through
at the start of any course to plan for
successful student outcomes

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1. Student
2. Context
3. Objective
4. Material
5. Evaluation
STEP OF COUSE DESIGN ?
1. Planning
2. Teaching
3. Modifing
4....

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  1. 1. DEVI S G 15220121 FILLY ARFLIDA 15220191 RENI MULYANI 15220208
  2. 2. Is the process an instructor must go through at the start of any course to plan for successful student outcomes
  3. 3. 1. Student 2. Context 3. Objective 4. Material 5. Evaluation STEP OF COUSE DESIGN ? 1. Planning 2. Teaching 3. Modifing 4. Re-teaching
  4. 4. Course rationale is a brief explanation or description about general objectives designing the course in one program. The course is called correct if it can answer the questions below : 1. Who is this course for? 2. What is the course for? 3. What is the course about? 4. What kind of teaching and learning will take place in the course?
  5. 5. Objective Possible Teaching Methods Recalling, recognizing facts Lecture Applying facts Active learning techniques Lecture with case study Lecture with lab Laecture with discussions Creating new information from old Evaluating someone else's information Active learning techniques
  6. 6. 1.Guiding the planning of the various components of the course 2.Emphasizing the kinds of teaching and learning the course should exemplify 3.Providing a check on the consistency of various course components in term of the course values and goals
  7. 7. To design an effective course, it is necessary to know the level at which the program will start and thelevel learners may be expected to reach at the end of the course. entry/exit level descriptors. 1. Beginers 2. post Beginers 3. intermediate 4. upper intermediate 5. advanced

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