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ERIC Number: ED032212
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First Steps in Applying Instructional Design to a Reading Methods Course.
Powell, William R.
The interrelationships between course rationale, objectives, and outcomes in a first course in reading are discussed. The rationale is seen as influencing the selection of the objectives, which in turn influence the operations, transactions, and outcomes of the instruction. A step-wise process of identification, frequency determination, priority listing, and segment analysis is suggested before framing the objectives. Behavioral terminology is advised for obtaining a degree of specificity with the focus on the problems a beginning teacher has to solve in teaching reading. An example of a rationale and a set of objectives for a first course in reading are included. (RT)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois Univ., Champaign.
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