Conducting a task analysis worked example

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Conducting a task analysis worked example

  1. 1. Conducting a Task Analysis Presented by: Leesha Roberts, Instructor II, Valsayn Campus, Center for Education Programmes, UTT
  2. 2. PREPARING A TASK ANALYSIS O Depending on your instructional problem you have defined you may need to conduct one or more of the following: O Topic Analysis – this is suited for defining cognitive knowledge
  3. 3. PREPARING A TASK ANALYSIS O Procedural Analysis – this is suited for use with psychomotor tasks, job tasks or cognitive sequences involving a series of steps. O Critical Incident Method – this is used for analyzing interpersonal skills (i.e. verbal and nonverbal such as body language)
  4. 4. STEP 1: O Define the instructional goal. O Instructional Goals usually express observable actions that we accept as evidence that learners have indeed acquired new knowledge, understanding and appreciation. O Goals can be a single sentence or a statement.
  5. 5. STEP 2: O List the key steps involved in completing or acquiring the required knowledge. Instructional Goal Subordinate Skill/Knowledge Subordinate Skill/Knowledge Subordinate Skill/Knowledge Subordinate Skill/Knowledge Subordinate Skill/Knowledge Subordinate Skill/Knowledge
  6. 6. WORKING EXAMPLE O Instructional Goal: At the end of this instruction, the students will be able to create a grow box system for the competition, produce their own crops and explain the grow box system to others. O Create a Grow Box System: 1. Explain a grow box system 2. Define a grow box system 3. Look for the materials to be used in a grow box system 4. How to assemble the grow box system
  7. 7. WORKING EXAMPLE 5. The importance of a grow box 6. Why is a grow box necessary 7. What can we grow in a grow box 8. Dress code when in the garden 9. Where should the grow box be placed and why 10. Tools to be used in the garden and to create a grow box.
  8. 8. RE-RANKED LIST & DEFINED CONTENT TYPES O Create a Grow Box System: 1. Define a grow box system (FACT) 2. Explain a grow box system(CONCEPT) 3. The importance of a grow box (CONCEPT, ATTITUDE) 4. Why is a grow box necessary (CONCEPT, ATTITUDE) 5. Where should the grow box be placed and why (CONCEPT) 6. What can we grow in a grow box (FACT) 7. Tools to be used in the garden and to create a grow box.(FACT, PROCEDURE) 8. Dress code when in the garden (PRINCIPLE/RULE) 9. Look for the materials to be used in a grow box system (CONCEPT) 10. How to assemble the grow box system (PROCEDURE)
  9. 9. References: O Zook, K. B. (2001). Instructional design for classroom teaching and learning. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. O Morrison, G. R. (2011). Designing effective instruction. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. O Rothwell, W. J., & Kazanas, H. C. (2004). Mastering the instructional design process: A systematic approach. San Francisco, Calif: Jossey-Bass.

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