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CEIT 207 Design and Use of Instructional Material Fall 2008 Term Project-Analysis Report Grup Members’ Names Halil GÜLLÜ [email protected] Cihan ÇOBAN [email protected] Sezgin BOZU [email protected] Gökay BATMAZ [email protected] Summary Firstly, we analized our topic and contents, then we analized students’ opportunities and cababilities. So we prepared suitable instructional Material. Topic of the insruction The Puzzle of Human Body The definition of skeleton system The function of skeleton system The parts of skeleton system The kinds of bone Joints Types of Instructional Material A model of skeleton system Flash applications ( drag-drop of the parts ) Computer, Projector Using of this Materials and student centetred learning.
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Unformatted text preview: The reason why we chose this topic is that the Puzzle of human bodybis more attractive fob students. In addition, this topic is more proper to use instructional materials. Learner Analysis Between 10-11 ages (fourth grade) Collegies and public schools Students may not have instructional materials mentioned above and they may not know how to use them. They may not have any idea about skeleton system. Learning style: Visual and spatial Students at fourth grade have visual skills more than verbal skills. Task/Content Analysis To teach both function, parts, and kinds of skeleton system and how to use the technology effectively....
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  • Spring '10
  • ossmajani
  • instructional material, Use of Instructional Material, Instructional Material A, suitable instructional Material

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