Introduction to Instructional Writing
Is being proficient in the English language a guarantee that you will excel as an instructional writer? What does it take to be a good one? And why is it important to be able to write instructional content appropriately? Is good instructional writing truly an indicator of how well you empathize with your learner?
This course, Introduction to Instructional Writing, has three important sections. The sections are very interactive and will give you an idea of what is an appropriate style and what is not.
Who should take this course?
This course is meant for instructional designers, content developers, and instructional writers.
How is the course designed?
The course is structured and designed in three sections along with a course-end quiz:
- Good Instructional Writing
- The Purpose and Process of Instructional Writing
- Instructional Writing Components
- Final Quiz
|Course Name||Introduction to Instructional Writing|
|Skills Addressed||Write a storyboard keeping in mind the audience requirements, challenges, editorial and client standards, and using appropriate grammar and writing style|
|Learning Seat Time – 2 hours; Course Access – 21 Days|
|Target Audience||Instructional designers and writers, content developers|
To qualify for your certificate from Purnima Valiathan, you must complete all episodes in this course and score 70% or more in the course assessment.