This is just so I can find an example of a model lesson to utilize to write e-Sword and Pocket e-Sword documentation.
How to Add e-Sword Resources
Concept / Topic To Teach:The different ways of adding resources to e-Sword.
Standards Addressed:AFAIK, there are no standards for this task, for which a certificate is obtainable.
General Goal:The reader will know how to add e-Sword resources to the collection that they use.
- Install an uncompressed resource;
- Install a compressed resource;
- Install a resource that is an executable file;
- List other software that is required;
- List each e-Sword resource that is required to successfully complete this lesson;
Pocket e-Sword Resources:
- List each Pocket e-Sword resource that is required to successfully complete this lesson;
Anticipatory Set:[Write a paragraph or two that makes the reader excited about this lesson. Something that makes them want to stop browsing, fire up e-Sword/Pocket e-Sword, and complete this lesson.]
- This is an unnumbered list;
- Each item is a link to a new page on the wiki;
- Each point is a synopsis of what the new page covers;
- Each point is one step in how to do the objective of this lesson;
Plan For Independent Practice:
- Each item on this list is an example of something the user can do;
- The aim is to provide practice items that can be easily completed;
- Put the difficult items last;
- Try to provide the degree of difficulty in doing the item;
Closure:[Cover why the reader is so excited about completing this lesson.]
Assessment Based On Objectives:
- This is list of items for self testing;
- Each item can be either a one liner, with no link, or a link to a wiki page that covers the "test item" in more detail;
- If a page is created for the "test item", also create a page for the answer, and link to it from the "test item page";
This is either a list of links to wiki pages, or a series of paragraphs that describe how to accomplish the objective, if the reader uses the following:
- Screen reading software;
- Braille Display Terminal;
- Pointing device for screen control;
- Pointing device for keyboard control;
- Virtual keyboard;
- Audio input device for screen control;
- Audio input device for keyboard control;
- Other accessibility issues;
- Learning style differences;
The working assumption with these lessons is that the reader is an inexperienced computer user, and a new Christian. (IOW, don't expect the reader to know the difference between Transubstantiation, Consubstantiation, μετουσίωσις, The Real Presence, Sacramental Communion, Pneumatic Presence, Memorialism, and Relational Presence.)
Extensions:This is either a list of links to web pages, or a paragraph that describe changes to the lesson, if the reader is either an experienced computer user, or a mature/very mature Christian.
Please label the changes to reflect the degree of computer skills, or maturity as a Christian, that are "needed".
Connections To Other Subjects:
- This is a list of links to other wiki pages that are related to this lesson;