Curriculum development for Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
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We are developing a curriculum for MS PowerPoint 2010 to facilitate the learning process for kids aged 7 to 17 years old. We need a teacher manual, student book that includes a variety of exercises.
As you know targeting such age requires simplified material with pictures and different exercises to make learning as much fun and easy for them as possible.
We need someone to put the methodology for teaching for this age criteria of how to teach them
Attached to this summary there is a file that explains in details every single point that we need to be done in this curriculum for kids
Also we need a Track record and proof of experience in similar topics that you have done before so we can decide
In the attachment you will find detailed items and main points including lesson objective and lessons needed in the curriculum
Here below you will find the required guideline for this curriculum:
A Table of Contents
To allow the students to quickly find desired concepts
Discussion of manual components, course requirements, course-ware philosophy and curriculum sequence.
The manual is to be broken down into lessons not chapters, each of which is composed of several sections relating to the lesson topic or skill.
Each section begins with a brief introduction to the section topic and is followed by step-by-step instructions on how the student is to accomplish a particular task. The students then perform the task with the instructor in a “Let’s Do It!” exercise.
Each step in the Let’s Do It exercise provides the How (step-by-step) and Why (the reason for performing the step) of each phase necessary to accomplish the task.
The sections concepts are summarized in sequential order in the Lesson Summary section, allowing for quick review.
Labs Each section concludes with an independent “On Your Own” exercise called a Lab.
The Lab gives the opportunity for the student to practice what he/she has learned and to discover any problem areas with the topic in the section. Each lab covers the skills taught in that particular lesson.
Each lesson concludes with a “Lesson Summary” which briefly reviews all of the sections discussed in the lesson.
Each lesson concludes with an independent “Chapter Quiz” to test the level of learning that has taken place. The quiz is in multiple choice and short answer format and can be done in class together or as an end of chapter test.
Index Allows students to quickly find desired concepts.
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