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General Planning & Analysis Section of Document Packet Unless otherwise specified you should use the ADDIE model of instructional design to complete your ID projects. If you are unfamiliar with the model, see “ADDIE” in the “Resources” Section of the Content Module. The planning and analysis section of the “Planning/Design Document Packet” should include the following subheadings: a. Analysis of the intended audience b. Specific performance objectives c. Rationale for choice of media d. Description of how the instructional product will be used, and e. Description of how the instructional product will be evaluated. Be sure and support your statements with APA style referencing. 3 Samples of work that was good for different reasons follow. Notice why each was considered quality work.
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3 Samples of Planning and Analysis Section Sample 1 : Organization and writing in this example are excellent. Introduction The Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) has been a required instructional component of the K-12 curriculum in the McIntosh County School System for the past four years. Prior to Internet use on school property, students are required to complete the AUP and return it to school with signatures provided (both student and parent are required to sign to indicate agreement). Parental agreement is not required if the student is 18 or older. The policy also requires a signature from a sponsoring teacher who agrees to promote and explain the policy to students. The instructional goal is stated as such: Given the McIntosh County Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), and an online Web Based instructional (WBI) unit on the AUP, McIntosh County students in grades six through twelve will demonstrate competency in applying the principles of the AUP by scoring at least an 80% on an online quiz containing twenty multiple-choice questions. For the past two years, first block teachers have been responsible for distributing and explaining the policy to students. This occurs at the beginning of the school year. The policies are completed by student and parent (unless the student is 18 or older) and returned to the teacher for a teacher signature. The teacher is responsible for returning the forms to the library media center. Because of the demands of the new school year, the Internet AUP content is often not covered in depth. Another consideration is consistency in teaching the AUP content. At the present time students do not have to demonstrate competency in AUP content prior to Internet use. Instruction on the Internet AUP would enhance student understanding and promote compliance with the policy. This in turn could lessen the chances of student consequences of misuse such as temporary or permanent loss of Internet privilege. Sound instructional design begins with identifying the instructional need (Overbaugh, 94). The Internet AUP is a policy that students have not fully embraced instructionally. Analysis of the intended audience
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