Module C Assignment Start Assignment Due Tuesday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submittin

Module C Assignment
Start Assignment
Due Tuesday by 11:59pm Points 100 Submitting a file upload Attempts 0 Allowed Attempts 1 Available May 9 at 11:59pm – Jul 11 at 11:59pm 2 months
Choose a learner (lay or professional). (instructor approval not required)
Develop a Teaching Plan as a Power Point Presentation for your learner based on findings from Module A and Module B and textbook chapters 10-13.
Review Module C Grading Rubric for specific criterion to prepare your individual assignment.
Review Module C Grading Rubric before submission for successful achievement of Module C objective.
All papers will be automatically scanned for evidence of plagiarism. A paper containing any plagiarism will receive a grade of zero and a complaint for academic misconduct may be submitted to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs. Other reporting requirements may also apply.
Submit your PowerPoint here. Early submission is encouraged. Late submission will result in points deducted per policy.
Module C Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Overview
Overview is informative, relevant to the assignment with evidence-based practice cited (min. 3 references) reflective of Power Point Slide requirements (statements concise, readable to learner and succinct),
Maximum 1 slide.
5 pts
Exemplary
Introduction of relevant information with literature citations pertinent to learner & presentation. Content specific, precise, and succinct.
4 pts
Proficient
Content meets stated criteria requirements with relevant information pertinent to learner.
3 pts
Competent
Content is minimally relevant information. Minimal information pertinent to learner.
1 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
Content does not provide minimum information. Information does not introduce subject relevant to assignment.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Overview not submitted. Information does not introduce subject relevant to assignment.
5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Purpose
Written purpose reflects textbook example of the psychomotor domain (why, who, what you are teaching). Succinct one statement reflecting your purpose.
Maximum 1 slide.
10 pts
Exemplary
Statement reflects the textbook example of the psychomotor domain (why, who, what you are teaching). Meets module objectives and demonstrates scholarly knowledge of learner needs.
9 pts
Proficient
Statement reflects the textbook example of the psychomotor domain (why, who, what you are teaching). Meets module criteria and demonstrates beginning awareness of learner needs.
8 pts
Competent
Statement reflects a general statement, meets module criteria and demonstrates limited awareness of learner needs.
7 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
Statement not reflective of an achievable purpose with module criteria not met. Awareness of learner needs not evident.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Purpose not submitted. Statement of Purpose incorrectly written.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Goal
Written goal describes the final outcome of what is achieved at the end of the teaching-learning process. Succinct one statement reflecting the achievement & reflects textbook examples.
Maximum 1 slide.
10 pts
Exemplary
Statement reflects the final outcome that is realistically achievable, meets learning objectives and demonstrates advanced student learning.
9 pts
Proficient
Statement reflects the final outcome that is realistically achievable, meets learning objectives and demonstrates student learning.
8 pts
Competent
Statement reflects a general outcome, meets learning objectives and demonstrates limited student learning.
7 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
Statement not reflective of an achievable learning outcome. Awareness of learner needs not evident.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Goal not submitted. Written goal does not reflect textbook example.
10 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Behavioral Objectives
Behavioral objectives written with one lead statement (condition & learner) with a list of 3 performances & criterion (Review Example).
(Review textbook p.429)
 4-part method (condition, learner, performance, and criterion)
Maximum 1 slide.
25 pts
Exemplary
Lead statement written with no errors with the required number of objectives listed in bullet form with each reflecting the 4-part method and demonstrates scholarly knowledge of learner needs.
22 pts
Proficient
Lead statement written with no errors with the required number of objectives listed in bullet form with each reflecting the 4-part method and demonstrates limited knowledge of learner needs.
18 pts
Competent
Lead statement written with one error with the required number of objectives listed in bullet form with at least two reflecting the 4-part method and demonstrates limited knowledge of learner needs.
14 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
Required number of objectives not met. Two objectives not written in the 4-part method. Lead statement written with more than one error. Objective/s written with more than one error.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Behavioral Objectives not submitted. Objective/s not reflective of learner needs. Objectives submitted not reflective of the 4 part-method. Lead statement missing.
25 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Instructional Methods
List in outline form methods appropriate to learner and reflected by specific numbered objective/s that is met.
Maximum 2 slides.
20 pts
Exemplary
Each method is specific to an objective and appropriate to learner. Specific objective referred to by number.
17 pts
Proficient
Each method is specific to at least 2 objectives and appropriate to learner. Specific objective referred to by number.
13 pts
Competent
Methods do not list objective met. Method applied to objective that was written incorrectly.
9 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
Incorrect method/s. Method not specific to an objective. Objective could not be met by method.
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
Instructional Methods slide not submitted.
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
Scholarly Presentation
Writing style allows for clear communication of thoughts through logical presentation of ideas:
 Correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation
 Maximum of 10 slides
Examples of Writing Errors
Organization
• Random order of content
Sentence Structure Errors
• Missing word
Word Choice Errors
• Use incorrect word or acronym
• Use of words that are informal or unprofessional
Spelling/Grammar/Punctuation Errors
• Misspelled words
• Wrong tense
• Incorrect pronouns
• Lack of subject/verb agreement
• Incorrect or missing punctuation
15 pts
Exemplary
No errors noted.
12 pts
Proficient
3 or less errors noted:
10 pts
Competent
4, 5, or 6 errors noted:
8 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
7, 8, or 9 errors noted:
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
10 or more errors noted:
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
APA Format
 Times New Roman 12 font
 Double spaced
# 1 Slide
 Title
 Student Name
 TTUHSC (spelled out)
 Heading for reference page (centered, bold)
Reference List Format
 Author (Last name/first initial)
 Date (Year only)
 Title (First word capitalized)
 Publication information italicized
 Hanging indent second line and after
 Double-spaced
Examples of Reference List Format Errors
• Missing author/citation
• Extra author information
• Missing date
• Extra date information
• Incorrect font
• All words of title capitalized
• Capitalize “of†and similar words in publication title
• Abbreviate publication title
• Indent first line
• Fail to indent second line and after
• Single spaced
15 pts
Exemplary
No errors noted.
12 pts
Proficient
2 or less errors noted:
10 pts
Competent
3 or 4 errors noted:
8 pts
Substantial Areas for Improvement
5 or 6 errors noted:
0 pts
Unsatisfactory
7 or more errors noted:
15 pts
Total Points:
100