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The Learning Scenario (Difficulty in learning)

The teacher-in-charge has requested for more instructional materials for

their special class (non-graded). I asked the teacher assigned in the
special class if she has textbooks. She showed me some textbooks with
pre-school content that were donated to the school. I was not even sure if
they were adequate in terms of Special Education standards. I am now
having difficulty in developing the instructional materials for the special
class (non-graded).
Cognitive Theory Analysis Plan
(Why is there a difficulty (How can I address the
Sensory in learning?) learning difficulty and
(Visual/Auditory) improve the
Short-term Memory I have limited knowledge
(Rehearsal/Chunking) about lesson planning and Search for more Special
developing instructional Education references in
Long-term Memory materials for a special the library.
class (non-graded).
Search online using the
Internet for samples of
learning materials and
instructional design
models intended for a
special class (non-graded).

Ask the teachers in NOH-

SCC and professors (which
I already started) for more
information such as
learning centers or schools
with available materials
for a special class (non-
Ausubel’s Theory of
Meaningful Learning I saw only donated Search for instructional
textbooks with pre-school design models or format in
Relating potential content and my current Special Education for a
meaningful information knowledge in lesson special class (non-graded).
to prior knowledge of planning is for the regular
learner schools (general
education). I also learned
Subsumption before that DepED has no
Superordinate prescribed learning
Combinatorial competencies for pre-
school which was
Advance Organizers confirmed by my former
Schema Theory of
Learning I have no idea how Compare and contrast the
different or similar are the different instructional
Mental Models instructional design models in general and
models or lesson plan special education. Take
Webbing formats in general note of the similarities and
education and special differences. Draw a
Assimilation/Accommod class (non-graded). concept map, web, 1 ofor
ation chart to illustrate the key
words and steps involved
in developing instructional

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