Whereas the focus of a GBS specifies the abstract nature of students activities, the operations specify the concrete activities. Operations might include actions such as:
Since ultimately the student must learn the target skills of the GBS through these operations, a GBS designer must take care when selecting them. If the actions required on the part of the student are irrelevant, incoherent, pointless, or too complicated, the students' motivation and interest will wane, and the desired skills will not be learned.
Designing a Goal-Based Scenario
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