Programmatic Design

Step 1
Our goal with this activity is to further develop the mini-program you have been working on. Now that you have a domain with some competencies that
you derived from your SPA standards, go back and take a look at the standards document as a whole.
(SPA) English Standards – http:/
List the standards that are met next to the domain and competencies. For example, if you met the International Literacy Association (ILA) Standard 2,
competency 4 with a specific competency you’ve written, you’d write (ILA 2.4) next to the competency. Often, you will find that the competencies you
developed meet more than one standard/competency in the overall standards document.
list all of the standards you have met and refine the language of your domain/competency. You may find that if you change a word or two, you
will be able to cover more standards/competencies.
Once you have your domain and competencies aligned, describe three to four activities a faculty member could facilitate that would help students be
able to master those competencies. Make sure that at least one competency is covered with each activity. You can cover a competency more than one
time. All activities must come with handouts, templates, presentations, etc.
Part 2
write a draft of a course that will ultimately be developed into a syllabus for that course. Choose two to three competencies from your domain and
competencies document for this course to focus on. This is something you are creating and should be unique. Your draft should contain the following: