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AbstractINSTRUCCTION DESIGN: METHODS FOR REPRESENTING KNOWLEDGE. This paper is a methodological proposal for instruction design presented in two levels: a macro level of analysis for the definition of educational enterprises and a micro level detailing the use of diverse strategies for the structuring of knowledge, in accordance with the nature of the contents of learning, concepts, theories or procedures involved. This. proposal stems from the human information processing model (PHI) as applied to conceptual and procedure learning, with the purpose of promoting skills for the solving of problems and for expert implementation.