Having established this important link of curriculum design with the people which it is aimed at, it is apt now that the question of how be answered and for this purpose the curriculum needs to be divided into several layers or several modes depending on whom it is directed towards.
Instructional level learning is related to giving out a set of instructions so that they are followed and this teaches children to follow simple instructions which obviously leads to a life long journey of understanding and acting when told what to do and be able to prioritize when faced with multiple tasks, priority levels should be taught by instilling in students the importance of realizing how important time really is and what needs to be done quickly because of the importance of the task that is at hand. A good example for this type of study would be to make students indulge in activities such as treasure hunting where clear cut clues could be given to them and they should be asked to follow a set of instructions, these games or activities should be conducted regularly so as to makes students realize that it is going to be a part of the whole process and also it is very important that these activities should be entertaining for the students because to make students follow a set of instructions it is important that the students do not find it limiting to say the least. Students who fail to perform on the larger scale of a treasure hunt should be worked upon in the class room where they might be given simpler tasks with a clear cut instruction set.
The most challenging tasks of all is to mould a childs brain, when the word mould is used it is used in the sense that the process of development starts from a very early level and to develop a proper personality there should be courses or programs instilled in the curriculum so as to start the process of molding and hence lay seeds to a personality of tomorrow. Having laid the foundation of the importance of development programs the next question is, as always, how. The answer to this query lays in the theory that the difference between right and wrong should be taught from the very beginning because this is what brings morality into any character and moralities is the basis of character development or any other sort of development because with out morality there can be no right or wrong. The sense of what is right and what is wrong can be instilled in people this early in life by using stories where there is a clear cut line that shows what is evil and what is good and glorifies what is good to such an extent that it becomes a character trait of the people that undertake this program. For example a story could be told to children every day where the difference between right and wrong is clearly marked and to emphasize on this a short movie could be arranged for the children once or twice a week so that they would find it amusing and would also learn using their perceptory sensation because that would leave a deep mark in the memory and would go a long way in contributing to the development of children.
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