Definitions and Issues
|Drill and practice
|Usually require Level-2 Flowchart.||Provides the opportunity for repetitive work on skills or concepts that have been previously introduced.||concept/rule learning|
|Tutorials (±Ð¾Ç¦¡)||Require Level-1 or Level-2 Flowchart.||Provides information, generally new information, to the learner in much the same manner that a human teacher or tutor might.||verbal learning|
|Simulations (¼ÒÀÀ¦¡)||Usually require Level-3 flowchart.||Imitations of real of in some cases imaginary systems or phenomena. In most cases, they are simplified representations of the real things.||skills and attitudes
enhancing transfer of learning
|Instructional games (¹CÀ¸¦¡)||Level-2 or Level-3 flowchart.||Usually employed to increase learners' motivation.||verbal learning
enhancing student motivation
|Usually require Level-2 or Level-3 flowchart.||Designed to give students experience with a variety of problem and solution approaches.|
1. Level-1 Flowchart---One stage
overview of lesson
3. Level-3 Flowchart---Adds all
storyboard references, calculations,
information management, learner control, etc.
1. Write and revise primary text.
4. Check the fit of vierlaying displays.
5. Draw the revise graphic displays and plan other output.
6. Check graphics and simultaneous text for fit.
7. Review the flowcharts and storyboards.