Designing a Session Plan
This module is taught largely via an attendance-based course. The following narrative-assisted material is designed to support the assignment, in particular, the requirement to design one or more session plans. The material is available in two formats: Powerpoint and Articulate.
These materials consist of 5 narrative-assisted Powerpoint presentations. There are also 2 Word documents that you will need towards the end of the 4th Powerpoint subtitled 'personal experience'. The narratives take some minutes to download in Slideshow view. They can also be saved to your PC and used in other views or printed off. In order to listen to the audio, you may need to adjust the volume on your computer to the right level.
GW Designing a session plan: introduction
GW Designing a session plan: Kolb
GW Designing a session plan: Simon et al.
GW Designing a session plan: personal experience
GW Designing a session plan: career stories
GW Designing a session plan: career stories similar but different exercise
GW Designing a session plan: summary
Please read the guidance for opening files below before proceeding (printing off may also be helpful)
*There are two Word documents you will need in this fourth Articulate presentation. They are included in the presentation, but if the link does not work, here are the two documents below.
Designing a session plan: career stories session plan
Designing a session plan: career stories exercise sheet
Guidance for opening the files
As these files are large, they have been published as zip files and there are some quick steps you will need to take prior to viewing each presentation in order to upload the files. You may want to make a quick note of the steps (below) to avoid having to go back. Guidance has been provided for Windows XP and Windows 7 users. The files can be published to the desktop for Mac users.
1/ Left click on the presentation you want to view below.
2/ Click Open.
3/ Click Extract all files under Folder tasks in the left hand menu (do not click on the files to the right at this point).
4/ In the Extraction Wizard click Next, then Next, then Finish.
5/ Click on the HTML Document entitled Player next to the large blue Explorer symbol.
1/ Right click on the link.
2/ Click Save target as.
3/ Save to a convenient folder on your computer.
4/ Click Open Folder.
5/ Right click on the Zip file.
6/ Select Extract all from the pop up menu.
7/ Choose your destination folder (easiest if the same as the one you downloaded to).
8/ Click Extract.
9/ Click player.html
Please contact the Warwick module leader firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any academic queries about this module.