If you start writing manuals on any subject, above all, carefully examine the working of the educational program in which instruction. The fact that the structure of your future benefits must exactly follow the program and reveal the topics contained in it. Otherwise, students will face serious difficulties when working with the material.
Accounting for the benefit plan based on the curriculum, go to collection and preparation of theoretical material. At this stage, remember that the greatest value here is not the number of gathered facts and data, and the quality of their presentation. Don't forget that you are preparing a publication that should help students in learning the study subjects. This means that all theoretical material should be well structured, logical and clear to understand.
Special attention when you write benefits make a note of the language of presentation. Don't forget that your work is suitable for even very young people who only learn the curriculum. Try not to write complicated, long sentences and large paragraphs. Do not overuse technical terms, and if you use jargon, be sure to let in the footnotes or in parentheses, the transcript of the terms used.
For better absorption of the material will augment the text with various diagrams, graphs, figures. Graphical presentation of information facilitates its perception and makes the book less boring and monotonous. In addition, a schematic diagram is often easier to remember.
Include in each topic in addition to theoretical information, practical exercises, questions for self-control, topics for essays and presentations at seminars. Be sure to explain how you want to handle these jobs, give examples. This is especially important if the educational-methodical manual is intended for school students or Junior students.
Complete teaching manual complete list of references. Also try to give each topic a small list of available academic works, which students can use during independent preparation to practical lessons. It is preferable that this list included not only textbooks, but also the original works of researchers.