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Curriculum Design
Curriculum design

The design elements for a curriculum (plot) that will best meet the learning needs of dramatic learners are not much different from those elements typically used for traditional lesson and unit planning. Teachers and administrators who have developed sound curriculum-designing skills should have no problems making the adjustments necessary to create learning experiences that are better targeted to reach their dramatic learners. In reality, we need to understand and master just a few simple keys to make the planning process more successful. Though they may seem like minor adjustments to standard lesson planning practices, these keys are essential to use when working with this particular population of learners.

It doesn't matter how we have fared with other learners. We must change what we ...

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