Undergraduate College Students
Throughout this unit, you will be planning the first day of lessons for 2 different courses or training sessions for different types of adult learners. You need to ensure that the lessons relate to the unique needs and characteristics of your respective audiences. Right now, you are focusing on the beginning of each of your first-day lessons and are going to create icebreakers that must be appropriate for the respective audiences.The types of adult learners in your audiences may be similar to those you have taught, currently teach, or will teach in the future; they may be your peers, or they may be types of adult learners, such as the following:Basic education or GED students incarcerated in a penal institutionBasic education or GED students in a school districtRegistered nurses who work in a county-owned hospitalQuality control personnel for a computer-chip manufacturing companyUndergraduate college studentsSocial workers employed by a stateBeginning ESL learnersDetermine your 2 different adult audiences that are appropriate for each of your classes. You are not restricted to the audiences listed above.Part 1Create and describe your first icebreaker that is appropriate for your audience and type of adult learner.Describe the needs and characteristics of the learners who will engage in the icebreaker.Some of the needs and characteristics that are described for the icebreaker must be unique to that specific type of learner.Explain thoroughly why the icebreaker is appropriate for the type of adult learners who will be in the class that you plan to use it for.Support your statements and responses with scholarly literature, using APA formatting for citations.Correctly use grammar, punctuation, spelling, and other mechanics of the English language.