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Project Report ToRPiLLiLeR Bilal KABAKLI  [email protected] G ö kay BATMAZ & [email protected] Ozan Ra ş it Y Ü R Ü M& [email protected] Yasin TA ŞÇ I & [email protected] Executive Summary This project aims to develop an instructional material with  procedure learning. To prepare this instructional material, we  have passed three phases which are analysis, design and  evaluation. First of all, we define our objectives and target group  in analysis stage. Then, we analyze learning material according to  Reigeluth’s perspective and Keller’s ARCS method. Furthermore,  we define our needs and content by interviewing subject matter  experts from FSK. Secondly, in the light of analysis report, we  rearrange our instructional material in terms of instructional  design rules. Lastly, we evaluate our instructional material by  testing its problematic directions. Therefore, we have defined our  target group as university students almost between 20 and 23  years old. Then, we define objectives to design instructional  material in proper format for the target group. In design phase  we have used combination of Reigeluth’s perpective and Gagne’s  nine event method. In evaluation phase, we have used  observation and questionnaires to monitor learner improvement  progress in photography. Especially, to diagnose of students is  important and give feedback them so. Therefore, we have given  the feedback our learner within video.
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Analysis Objectives for the instruction Our goal is to teach the basic steps of taking photo to the university students who  take photography lesson. In addition, our instructional material was prepared to  be a guide for people who just start photography.  We aimed to make people  enjoy from taking a photo by presenting our instructional material. By doing so,  we wanted to help them to be a good photographer. Therefore, we gave  importance to encourage people to do researches and practice about photography.  Our instructional material guided them by giving little basic information within  very limited time.  Our instructional objective is explained in detailed below. The objectives were  prepared according to Bloom’s taxonomy. Especially, these objectives are  prepared according to Knowledge, Comprehension Application Level of the  taxonomy. At the end of the instruction, students will be able to; Describe what the ‘exposure’ and ‘aperture’ are.
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  • Spring '10
  • ossmajani
  • instructional material, Ozan Raşit Yürüm Bilal Kabaklı Gökay Batmaz Yasin Taşçı Bilal Kabaklı Bilal Kabaklı Gökay Batmaz

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