Designing Instructional Materials Overview The design of instructional materials is a crucial determinant which dictates whether the material will provide educational efficacy. Instructional materials are perhaps the most important aspect of language reinforcement in the classroom. Roytek (2010) argued that “instructional designers are increasingly called upon to produce higher quality instructional programmes using ever more efficient methodologies” (p. 171). The materials can be textbooks, video, other electronic media, artwork, or even customised institutional materials. These materials can be particularly useful for inexperienced teachers and may be used for teacher training at all levels of experience. In an era which is increasingly...The end:
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