Let us consider a situation. You need to teach learners about Internet Fraud. The possible two ways of doing this are:
- You get right to the business and tell the learners about Internet Fraud. In this approach, you define the concept, then list the types of fraud, and then explain how to avoid such frauds.
- You describe a scenario with a fraudster in action. Then you show several scenarios using the fraudster to help learners understand about Internet Fraud and the types of frauds. Using similar scenarios, you also explain how learners can avoid such frauds.