Since the knowledge contained in the subtopics the lesson plan embarks to convey is decentralised and not easily available, it is of utmost importance to first create a learning resource, in the form of a reference book, which explains each subtopic in detail, as per course requirements. This reference book could be used as an exposure material guide for both students and teachers. It could also be used by the teacher to make the presentation slides to actually show to the students in class.
The contents of the exposure book can be found in the Appendix. The subtopic structuring is done exactly according to the lesson plan and the learning objectives. As can be seen in Figure 29, the book contains explanatory images and sketches, along with images showing examples from the real world, to help students grasp contents easily. All the interactive content including drive files and websites can be readily accessed via QR Codes provided within the book. Figure 30 shows the design of the cover for the exposure content book. An ornamental display font called "New Delhi" has been used for the title, with the highlight being a red spiral, a shape that holds major significance in classical Indian arts. A PDF copy can be found on this link.....>>>.