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									                      Instructional Design Plan Template

Start a draft course script. The tables below will guide you through this process. This is not a
final script, but a draft that will help you synthesize the material and identify any content gaps.
You will use this draft script as the basis for the storyboard or final script. In this step, you will
also identify the activities to include for each topic and ensure you have all of the content
required. In the next step, storyboards, you will create the actual layout of the page and include
specific instructions to the course developer. You may want your SMEs to review this document
and sign-off before proceeding to the storyboards.

The italicized text in the tables contains instructions on what to include for that specific page or
topic.

Lesson 1: About this Course
The purpose of this lesson is to welcome the learner to the course and convey course objectives,
navigation, credit requirements and other tools of the course.
1.1: Course         Welcome statement, paragraphs, to the learners. Why are they taking this
Introduction and    course?
Objectives          Include course objectives.


1.2: How to         Standard tutorial of template layout explaining how to move through the
Navigate            course. This can be reused for other courses. Designer will create for the
                    MI course.
1.3: Getting        Text explaining the requirements to complete the course.
Credit for the      For example:
Course
                    This course will assist employees in recognizing ways to XXXX into day-to-
                    day work activities. To ensure you understand this information, you are
                    required to complete a final test at the end of the course. You must
                    answer all 10 questions and receive a score of 80% or better to
                    receive credit. Please complete all sections of the course before
                    taking the final test.
1.4: Glossary       Designer will create a standard glossary layout.
                    The glossary is usually the last thing we visit during scripting, but we do tag
                    terms along the way so that we don’t have to go back and try to figure out
                    what terms we want to include. You can include the terms and definitions in
                    this document or in a separate glossary document. Make sure to include
                    both the term and definition.




Glenda S. Russell, MHR                                                                                Page 1
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Lesson 2: Overview

2.1: Introduction   This page tells what the lesson is about, and makes clear why the learner
                    should take it. It also includes any required background information and
                    sets the context for the lesson.

                    Write your introduction and bullet point the objectives.
Presentation        Text page with bullet objectives and stock graphic.
Method
Content Source      Note, if necessary.


2.2: Topic          Explain in a sentence or two what you intend to teach in this topic. This is
                    not the full script but just a time to get your thoughts in order before you
                    begin scripting.
Presentation        Spoke/Wheel Rollover (example)
Method
Content Source      Note if necessary.


2.3: Topic          Explain in a sentence or two what you intend to teach in this topic. This is
                    not the full script but just a time to get your thoughts in order before you
                    begin scripting.
Presentation        Flipbook (example)
Method
Content Source      Note, if necessary.


2.4: Activity       Explain the purpose and end result of the activity. For activities to be
                    successful, they must have clear instructions so that the learner knows
                    exactly what they should do and what the outcome will be.
Presentation        Matching Activity (example)
Method
Content Source      Note, if necessary.


2.5: Summary        Recaps the important ideas of the entire lesson.

                    Summarize Lesson 1 and restate what they have learned.
Presentation        Example:
Method              In this lesson you have learned: (These should be somewhat narrative for
                    conceptual purposes)
                        A
                        B
                        C
Transition          How does this material tie to the next lesson?


Glenda S. Russell, MHR                                                                             Page 2
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Lesson 3: Topic Title

3.1: Introduction
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.2: Topic
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.3: Topic
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.4: Topic
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.5: Topic
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.6: Activity
Presentation        Matching principle and steps used.
Method
Content Source


3.7: Summary
Presentation
Method
Transition




Glenda S. Russell, MHR                                    Page 3
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Lesson 3: Summary and Test

3.1: Introduction
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.2: Summary        Includes info on:
                       Topic 1
                       Topic 2
                       Topic 3
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.3: More           Where to find more information about what this MI?
Information
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.4: Test Intro     Instructions and passing criteria.
Presentation
Method
Content Source


3.5: Question       Place a sample of questions template here.
Example




Glenda S. Russell, MHR                                                   Page 4

								
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