Instructions Supporting Lectures: Review the following lectures: Formative vs. Summative Evaluation Measuring Knowledge Formative Evaluation Throughout this course, we have assessed how the instructional design model ADDIE—analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation—can be applied to a real-world organizational training need or to a higher education curriculum project. Each week, we assessed each step, creating relevant documents for a specific problem of interest. To date, you have created an analysis document, design template, and a project plan/staffing budget estimate. Week 5 Instructions: This week, the deliverable will add to your Course Design Template with a specific learning assignment or activity, a corresponding evaluation rubric, and a summative evaluation plan. Tasks: Integrate work from previous weeks’ work into the Week 5 Course Planning and Budget Template, updating information to show ongoing development in your thinking. Propose a student learning assignment or activity for Week/Unit 1 of your curriculum. Propose a grading rubric and notes that the instructor can use while assessing the student learning assignment/activity. Summarize a summative evaluation plan for your curriculum with at least two different types of data or data collection methods to demonstrate how you will measure whether the course achieves its goals and objectives. Compose a 1-2 paragraph self-reflection on the most important takeaways from the INS7200 course project.