Is this a trend? Is this the latest fashion about how to do things? What are the tutorials? You probably heard of them, probably used them, but never thought of them.
Of course, exaggerating, we could say that even a food recipe is a tutorial. In common languages, a tutorial is one that teaches you how to do something and explains every step of the process. In a learning sense, the class is a class consisting of few students and where a teacher gives them special attention and information.
Do you have to remember at school that anyone who meets other colleagues is something to do? Yes, it's tutorials. These can be groups of up to 20 students who complete the information in the classroom to get better information about something.
But we can be serious, nowadays this kind of training material is quite fashionable. As we all live on the internet and in the communication age, we can easily talk about a new kind of training material. Yes, on the Internet. These are documents or software or any other media created for educational purposes for various tasks.
Tutorials have the following properties:
- This is a content content that usually contains one or more examples, divided into sections, chapters, and subsections, to better understand and organize the content.
- We can say,. Their purpose is to reinforce or facilitate the understanding of content at a particular stage.
- Then we can state that they are a transition to other modules and are based on instructions and information already provided.
It's important to know that not all of the tutorials are the same. Information can be sorted in different ways. Or linear or branched.
Now let's skip to computer education. In this area, a tutorial is a program designed to help users learn the software product or other applications, operate the system interface, learn how to use programming tools, or use the game. Yes, there are some tutorials on games that teach you how to play. These are tiny pieces of the game where someone tells you how to move, fight, drive or do anything in the game.
We can divide them into two types of tutorials: movie tutorials and interactive tutorials. The first is the currently viewed tutorials, and the second is the ones that have the on-screen instructions.
Now I know what guides are there, is not it?