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  1 EDU3105   T4 - ASSURE MODEL   TOPIC 4   PLANNING, SELECTIION, PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION OF TEACHING MEDIA : ASSURE MODEL SYNOPSIS   This topic focuses on the use of the ASSURE model in planning lessons and classroom learning.   LEARNING OUTCOMES   By going through the learning activities this topic, hopefully the teacher will be able to:  i. D escribe the ASSURE Model ii.  Apply the ASSURE model in planning,   selecting, producing and evaluating instructional media   TOPIC SUMMARY 4.1 Introduction   4.2  The  ASSURE Model 4.1 Introduction   Before starting a lesson, the teacher has to plan, select, develop and evaluate instructional media.   If teachers do not plan systematically and completely, the teaching objectives might not be achieved.   In this regard, it is very important to master the knowledge of instructional design. The ASSURE Model is a classroom-oriented design model which can be used by the teacher to plan,   select, produce and evaluate instructional media.    2 4.2 The ASSURE Model The    ASSURE model was designed by Heinich, Molenda, and Russell (1982).   It aims to provide guidance for teachers to plan and implement more effective teaching.  C arefully planned lessons, besides attracting students’ attention and making them int ersted, can forged positive thoughts in the students towards their teacher and increase their confidence in the teachers’ credibility.   The model was reorganized in 2002.   Further discussion in this module will refer to the latest ASSURE model.   Figure 1: The ASSURE Model   A ã Analyse learner S ã State the objective S ã Select methods, media and materials U ã Utilise media and materials R ã Require Learner Participation E ã Evaluate and Revise  3  A - Analyse learner    General Characteristics      Competency precondition      Learning styles   S - State the objective     ABCD concept      Classify Objectives      Individual objectives and differences   S - Select methods, media and   materials      Determine the appropriate method for the learning task      Choose the right media for the method selected      Choose the specified media      Modify the media      Design  the media U - Utilise media and materials      Preview the material      Prepare the materials      Set up the environment      Prepare the students      Provide learning experiences   R - Require Learner Participation  ( Encourage student participation)      Involve students in learning activities such as drills, discussions, quizzes, projects and so on.      Reinforcement is given after receiving responses from the students.    4 E - Evaluate and Revise       Aspects of student achievement      Learning outcomes      Evaluate media and methods      Media Quality      Teachers ’  usage      Student s’  usage   4.2.1 Analyse Learner    Media to be used in teaching and learning should be suitable for the students for it to be efficient and effective.   No doubt to identify the needs of each student is difficult, however, students can be analysed based on several criteria such as: General Characteristics   Knowing the general characteristics of students can help teachers to plan, select, develop and evaluate media more effectively.   The general characteristics include age, year/ level, class, flow, gender, background socio-economic status, culture, interests and attitudes etc.   Teachers can find out the general characteristics through interaction with students, observation or review of existing student records.   For example, if a teacher has identified that only a few students are interested in a subject, action can be taken by the teacher to stimulate learning through kinesthetic activities such as simulations, role playing and acting.   Video presentation or electronic presentation can also be used as a stimulus for group discussion activities.  

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Jul 23, 2017


Jul 23, 2017
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