Saturday, May 17, 2008


Type text introducing your topic. Add images, embed video, add audio, insert files (powerpoints), etc. This should be the main part of your instruction. Link to powerpoints, websites, videos, etc. that are a part of your instructional lesson plan.


  • text

  • links (insert links)

  • powerpoint (would have to link to file on website or create an image slideshow by saving powerpoint slides as graphic files and storing on photo website). See an example of a powerpoint turned into graphic gif files and uploaded into Picasa as a web album - (Picasa - Don't forget about Google pages as an easy way to submit files and make webpages -

  • audio (link to web resource)

  • graphics (insert graphic)

  • video (embed YouTube html code)

Main Index

Name of Course:

Course Module Topic:

Content Area and Grade Level:

Description of Unit of Study:

Overall Goals:

Standards Met:

Communication: Discussion, Chat, Journal

Write a threaded discussion prompt that your students will respond to for this unit of study. If you are using a journal reflection, include that prompt. If you are planning on synchronous chat, include your topic of discussion.

Discussion Topic/Questions:

Describe asynchronous and synchronous activities/Chat/Group Projects:

Journal Response/Prompt:


List exactly what assignments the students will complete for this unit of study.
1. Assignments to be turned in as files in a dropbox.
2. Discussion prompts.
3. Quizzes/tests


You will want to include your criteria for grading, whether it be checklist, rubric, exam, etc. You may wish to use other website resources to create your assessments and then just insert a link to the assessment.

Student Assessment:

A variety of online quiz generators are available online. You can try a google search and come up with many programs. In addition, here are some useful sites:
Discovery Quiz Center -
Quiz Star -

Assignment/Project Rubric:
Try creating a rubric on Rubistar and then linking to your rubric -

Reflection/Journal Rubric:

Discussion Rubric:

Rubistar and Quiz Star YouTube Tutorials

Lesson Outline: Tasks and Procedures

Lesson/Module Outline and List of Tasks/Procedures:
(You can type your basic lesson plan in here and actually post your resource files, web resource links, images, etc. in the actual lecture).

Online Teaching Strategies:


Tasks and activities:

Software used:

Multimedia/Video/Audio/Powerpoint used:

Web Links, Resources, and References:

Materials and Readings

You may include textbook readings, online articles, and other materials that students should read for this unit of study.


Required Readings:

Lesson Objectives

Three Lesson Objectives for Course Module (See requirements for writing course objectives in lecture):

The learners:
Identify who it is that will be doing the performance (not the instructor).

Behavior (Performance):

  • What the learner will be able to do?
  • Make sure it is something that can be seen or heard.
The conditions under which the learners must demonstrate their mastery of the objective:

  • What will the learners be allowed to use?
  • What won't the learners be allowed to use?
Degree (or criterion)
  • HOW WELL the behavior must be done:
    Common degrees include: Speed, Accuracy, Quality