Education reforms such as designing the innovation and entrepreneurship embedded golden course will eventually touch instruction design. There are two different levels of instructional design, one is the design at the course level (Syllabus design), and the other is the design at the detailed unit level (Unit design). Outcome-based education (OBE) has become an internationally recognized method for designing syllabus and curriculum accreditation. However, there are as many as 6o different unit instructional design methods such as the Five-star method, Five-step method, Effective education method, BOPPPS, EDDIE, ASSURE, O-AMAS and so on. New methods are still emerging. It is high time to conduct a comprehensive review, comparison and summary, and by the way to understand the development process and lessons from teaching method to instructional design method. This article first briefly reviews the classic teaching concepts and methods by Herbart and Dewey, and then explores the importance and inevitability of the three principles, i.e., critical thinking, adapting measures to local conditions and advancing with the times. Then, based on these three principles, a structural comparative analysis of 12 instructional design methods was carried out, and, as a result, a new instructional design method: the ELPADRe model (Entry, Learn, Practice, Apply, Exhibit, and Reflect). The ELPADRe model is based on student-centered learning while maintaining the balance between teaching and learning. Hopefully the ELPADRe method will implement and operationalize the outcome-based education, innovation and entrepreneurship education and golden course design into every unit of a lesson.
Key words： Teaching Method, Instruction Design Method, Unit Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Embedded Courses, Golden Course Design