I'm teaching a rather complicated subject which involves two main concepts... for this example, let's call them "Concept A" and "Concept B".
Rather than teaching the full depth of "Concept "A", and then the full depth of "Concept "B", I plan to interweave through these concepts at different levels of depth. Meaning, I plan to go through each concept twice, and varying levels of detail:
- Lesson 1 - "Concept A" - high-level / less detail
- Lesson 2 - "Concept B" - high-level / less detail
- Lesson 3 - "Concept A" - low-level / further detail
- Lesson 4 - "Concept B" - low-level / further detail
Here the "levels" meaning further depth into each concept.
The issue... stylistically, I simply don't really like the terms "high-level" and "low-level" and I'm hoping to find alternatives.
This Q&A is similar, but not quite applicable for my context. The concepts aren't necessarily linked to computing.
Similar options would be "abstract" vs "detailed", and while "detailed" could make sense for Lesson 3/4, "abstract" doesn't really make sense for Lessons 1/2. Neither does the term "simple" work for lesson 1/2 either. All 4 lessons will be detailed/technical, but Lesson 3/4 will just be "more" technical then lesson 1/2.
I thought about "deep dive" for Lesson 3/4, but that also doesn't fully apply (lesson 1/2 are also pretty deep)... plus that term is sort of over used.
Any help is appreciated.